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BUS 475 Social Performance Part 1- Second Home Educational Child Care (SHECC)

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BUS 475 Social Performance Part 1- Second Home Educational
Child Care (SHECC)
Social Performance: Part 1
BUS 475
Second Home Educational Child Care (SHECC) is a organization that
provides child care services to parents for an affordable price. This mid-
sized child care company serves children from 6 months to six years of
age. Our unique services are safe and secure, providing the parents with
an excellent place where their children can be educated and taken care
of. Second Home Educational Child Care will base our operations in
Havertown and Brookhaven, Pennsylvania. The facility will consist of two
1,500 square feet houses in quiet, residential neighborhoods. The yards
will be securely fenced to ensure safety, protection and to ensure no one
can either come in or wander away. The yards will be furnished with
safe, educational and entertaining toys, as well as a sandbox. The
houses will typically be used for rainy-day activities, naps, story-telling,
the serving and preparation of meals. The houses will also contain safe
educational toys, games, and books for the entertainment of the
children.
The roles of the stakeholders in the education and child care field range
from the owners to the children. These stakeholders will shape various
projects within the business, ensure resources are available to
contribute to our business's success, and provide insight regarding the
reaction to a project's outcome, which will create adjustments within the
our company when necessary to win organizational support. Our focus is
to provide a stimulating early care and educational experience, which
promotes each child's social/emotional, physical and cognitive
development. Our goal is to support children's desire to be life-long
learners.

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As a the CEO and owner of Second Home Educational Child Care, I am
an important stakeholder in this business as the business will affect my
earnings and wealth. As the CEO and owner, managing this educational
child care business, maintaining quality performance and conduct of the
business will affect my reputation. The important roles that will be played
as a owner and CEO will include providing timely information and
decisions, being the go to person for information, being the gateway to
funding and educating the workers of policies, ideas, rules and goals.
The child care educators are also an important stakeholder. These
individuals will represent SHECC with compassion, quality and
professionalism. Educators along with the children, plays an interactive
role in the business because one cannot function without the other.
Educators empowerment takes the form of providing them with a
significant role in decisions making, control over their work environment
and conditions, and opportunities to serve in a range of professional
roles (Schlechty, 2001). The educators' role as a stakeholder will be to
possess the professional knowledge to lead the children in instruction
with compassion. In addition to serving an instructional role, the care
providers can be a mentor, supervisor, counselor, and community
leader. They can be a mentor to parents or other teachers also. The
educator's role as counselor can be used to offer advice to students or
school advisory committees. Overall, quality performance, care and skills
is the educators' key role.
Parents play key roles as stakeholders at SHECC. Parents primary
objective is the assurance that their children will receive a quality care
and education, which will enable the children to lead productive
successful lives. Parents bring a valuable quality to the educational
experience of their children because they may better understand their
own children and can influence significantly student behaviors such as
manners, eating practices, and their personal safety and general
welfare. Parents as educational stakeholders provide additional
resources for the school to assist with children's achievement and to
enhance a sense of pride and commitment, which may be influential in
the overall success of the business. For example, parental involvement
with their children's educational process through attending functions,
participating in the decision making process, and instilling desirable
behavior for their children represent a valuable resource.

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Children are stakeholders considering they keep the business flowing.
Without them, SHECC will not be possible. The children's role is
participation. However, participation is not the only role of children. They
are used as a determining factor for some aspects of educational needs.
The student determines the care and educational services offered such
as special education for those who are gifted and learning challenged.
The number and needs of the children can be a determining factor for
resources. As a result of their participation, they gain the basic skills and
knowledge needed to be productive and viable part of our society.
Children as stakeholders possess both intrinsic factors. The intrinsic
motivation comes with understanding the value of an education.
Stakeholders can influence the density of the business through
advertisement. Advertising will help inform people about the quality care,
education and benefits of obtaining SHECC‘s services. It is also a way
for us to engage with consumers on child care and education issues that
matter to them. We will be committed to building trust through
responsible practices and through transparent communication, both
directly to consumers and indirectly through other key stakeholders. As a
result from advertising, my business will grow and expand.
Parental involvement with educators will be the coalition needed for the
children of SHECC. Our business will help families with their parenting
skills by providing information on children’s developmental stages and
offering advice on learning friendly home environments. Parental
volunteering, progress meetings, educational trips, family activities and
communicating will be essential to this coalition. Our business will be
open and be dedicated to educate families about their child’s progress.
We will also provide opportunities for parents to communicate with the
myself as the CEO/owner about any concerns and decision making, in
which schools include families as partners in school organizations,
advisory panels, and similar committees. Overall, parents have the right
and the responsibility to be involved in their children's educational
process (Department for Education and Children's Services, 1996). As a
perspective flourishing mid-sized corporation for early child care
education, we will be open to all parental ideas and assistance to reach
success.
Considering the lack of parental support, coalition with parents and
educators may hinder our mission. The primary educators of children are
their parents. Successful schools encourage significant participation by

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