This could be ensuring that all staff is using best practice and everyone is working in the same way. What impact would their be on the service provided by the business, with the change on working methods will the service offered to clients suffer or will it benefit the client. Failing to review the impact of change could lead to failing within a business. It is important when changes are being implemented with in a business that staff are fully trained and supported throughout. Most businesses would have a change manager who would implement the changes.
UNIT 1 Promote Communication in Health, Social Care or Children’s and Young People’s settings. * 1.1 People communicate for many reasons, effective communication ensures others are aware of what information you are trying to relay. It is also for sharing ones thoughts, feelings, needs and ideas. Communication in the workplace is very important as this allows people to pass on varied information to all staff, therefore ensuring consistency. * 1.2 Lack of communication in the workplace can result in relationships being strained and unfulfilled, it is very important that there is good communication between all members of staff as this ensures things run well and mistakes are not made and things are not overlooked.
Supervision are a great communication tool with staff. From my experience of supervising staff, I became aware that the staff tend to raise issues which are essential for the safety of the staff or the people we support. For example, one of my staff team raised some concerns around a hoist and said that the hoist was not working effectively and therefore puts at risk all staff and people we support at risk. These kinds of concerns are important for the managers to be able to act upon them swiftly. It is pivotal to develop a good rapport with the staff and build a trusting relationship otherwise the supervision is not effective.
Working on assembling product requires good communication with the people working beside you and with the supporting team members. If I am unable to tell the people what I need from them then things will not get done in the necessary time or with the quality that is needed. There are many groups within my company. There are several departments and the department I am apart of has a mounting group and an assembly group and within those groups are individual lines. Having multiple groups involves good communication skills.
Supervisors should always be aware and encourage employees to discuss any issue with them. This will make sure that and problems the employees have, they can be dealt with early instead of turning them into grievances against the company and its workers. This would be the second best practice. When problems are dealt with when they first come up and employee feels like what concerns them is also what concerns the company and is therefore dealt with then and there or the supervisor can find out ways to deal with them. When problems are not dealt with they can become conflicts against the company that can take long times to settle since they employee most likely found someone who would listen to them.
Week Three Learning Team Reflection As a team member, the lines of communication must remain open. In most corporate environments, managers often find that delegation presents as key to tackling his or her increasing responsibilities and in meeting company objectives. Effective delegation requires the delegator to identify the right person for the job. First clarifying to the associate what he or she wants the individual to do remains essential to effective delegation. Next, specify the range of employee discretion and allowing employees to become a part of the business will help the employees understand why the company has to make decisions for individual jobs.
1.3 Analyse the barriers and challenges to communication within your own job role. Workplace relationships is stronger when people can clearly and effectively communicate what they need and allow others to do the same. I understand that barriers to communication what prevent or interfere with the person’s ability to send receive or understand a ‘message’. There are many barriers to effective communication The first barriers to check out are those that I could be creating. I may think that I am doing everything possible to assist communication, but be sure that I am not making it difficult for people to understand what I have to say for instance using or avoid professional jargon and terminology.
| Communication | Clear expectations lesson the likelihood of misunderstandings. Open communication building trust and repor. | Some employees are apt to abuse an “open-door” policy. | Training and Development Programs | Gives Employees the skills and knowledge needed to do the job correctly and to act the way they are expected to in the corporate setting. | Employees may before you can take advantage of your investment in them.
The lay off process can affect a lot that has been established by the CQI. You need certain key members to have that teamwork in a company to ensure that everything is ran smoothly. You want to make sure you keep major department heads there to also make sure that you have someone with the knowledge to keep everything together. Also downsizing will affect the message the CQI is trying to set which is identifying the resources needed to begin an important and involved process of moving your workplace towards excellence. So you will need to look closely at employee skill sets and how unique are they in terms of the current and future needs at your
Communication does not only mean a manager talking to his or her employees, but also listening to their concerns and problems. For a manager, it is important to ensure their understanding of company objectives and their individual job roles, but it is equally important to show them the importance of their feedback to the achievement of targets and standards (www.careers-help.co.uk). Communication in the workplace is vital because effective motivation can’t take place without it. A manager needs to communicate with their staff on a regular basis, conduct weekly team meetings, discuss issues, and deal with grievances to remove communication hurdles. Effective communication allows employees to offer feedback and to provide creative ideas to help enhance and change business practices, policies, and procedures.