Critiquing their short-term strategies for addressing the spg case | SOCW 6070 – Supervision, Leadership, and Administration in Social Work Organizations | Walden University
The below need to be critiqued:
The Southeast Planning Group (SPG) is an organization that was created in 2000 to facilitate the Office of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Continuum of Care planning process (Laufer, 2011). The change that took place was Stakeholders were split in their views of the changes—some agreed that they were necessary in order to advance the goals of the organization, while others felt the new leadership was “taking over” with a hidden agenda to promote its own self-interest (Laufer, 2011). It seemed at first the Southeast Planning group was effective at the beginning. What lacked was the lack of confidence in growing the organization. A strategy that might improve the organizational climate return the organization to optimal functioning is for the director to have more confidence in the program. In addition having a leadership style that is more open to change and be able to communicate without feeling afraid of what is to come next. A leader must also pay attention to recruiting and retaining employees (Northouse,2021).