Discipline is a way of making people follow rules and regulations, it is not a punishment. It is also a way of ensuring that efficiency, uniformity and order is applicable to all personnel’s in the
You will gain more respect by sticking to your instincts, doing what you believe is right but not being so rigid that you can't revise your opinions. Being tidy and organized Being a good leader, must ensure tidy and organized and show others a good example and practice. I am showing
Sometimes this style is also described as autocratic. It is a common leadership style and is used when a leader needs to keep as much power as possible and keep control over the decision making. Subordinates are expected to obey orders without arguing back or in need of an explanation to do what they have been ordered to do. In the public services this leadership maybe used when you have all the information to solve the problem or you are working to a deadline. This is not an effective way to get the best result from a team, but it has some advantages in situations where there is pressure to get the task done, like in the armed forces.
Personal Grooming and Presentation In the uniformed public services, where members of the public may be looking for you to help or guidance, it is particularly important that you are of smart appearance. People for impressions and opinions about us from the way we appear to them, so if you want to create the right impression it is important that you are correctly presented. Punctuality In order to run efficiently and effectively, organisations have to keep to tight schedules and this means being governed by time. In the public services punctuality is vital so that, at any time, someone can say where, when and how many people are on duty. At the beginning of a shift, public service personnel are briefed about any major issues that may have arisen; for example, police officers would be kept updated about a missing child.
Some might need immediate feedback, such as correcting an action or giving direction Feedback can be provided to acknowledge task completion. This can be either positive or negative. When giving feedback always make sure that you are specific and make sure that it is done timely and privately. Never have the delegate feel embarrassed when giving feedback. Always use effective communication.
Organisational requirements for dealing with complaints The aim of it is to ensure that complaints procedures are properly and effectively implemented and the service user feels happy and confident that their problems are being taken care of, and acted on promptly and fairly. When handling a complaint the company must ensure that the service user and the representative of the service user, carer and any one else involved is made aware how to complain and the company provides easy solutions to make a complaint. Complaints are dealt with properly and fairly, as this may cause distress to the service user and staff. Complaints should try and be resolved between the company and the complainant but If the complainant or company feels that it
Effective communication is a two-way process - sending the right message, that is also being correctly received and understood by the other person. It is essential that there is good and effective communication taking place within the setting. Daily tasks will only be successful and with no complains with smooth transfers of information. In order for me to develop my role, there must be effective communication between me and the coordinator/manager. This will help keep positive morale and improve the quality of work.
Courage, Confidence and, Professionalism – Can accept responsibility for their own actions, they have the ability to step or think outside of the box to improve morale or practices and procedures and therefore improving results and/or performance but still keep within reasonable limitations of the company’s policies and expectations. They have courageous conversations (generally disciplinary conversations) as opposed to prolonging or dismissing incidences or situations that require appropriate actions. They are able to treat every member of their team or anyone around them equally. They are someone who can separate their personal life from their professional life, they enjoy their job/ career/ role and possess a can-do attitude, they provide encouragement and enthusiasm to those around them, they’re able to distinguish between when it is necessary to
It is important to be positioned correctly as a therapist so you prevent yourself from pain or injury if you consistently and positioned correctly this can result in repetitive strain injury. • It is important to use the correct products, tools, equipment and technique because so the client can feel the best benefit from their treatment and it will not harm the client. • It is important to complete treatment records correctly so that you have on record if the client has any contra-indications which may prevent or restrict a treatment. You will also have on record anything the client may be allergic to. • It is important to complete the treatment to the satisfaction of the client so they go away feeling happy and return to you again in the future.
Promote independence of the individual which protecting them as far as possible from danger or harm. Respect the rights of individual whilst seeking to ensure behavior does not harm themselves or others. Uphold public trust and confidence in your service. Be accountable for the quality of my work and I take responsibility for maintaining and improving my knowledge and skills. 2.1 The service we provide must reflect the needs of the people we support and by constantly improving our services we can better meet the need of the individuals and support their development.