Mixing with different people can help us to overcome fears and prejudices having people from diverse backgrounds in the work place will bring different talents, skills and knowledge. I have to be sensitive to peoples needs and respect their abilities, background, values customs and beliefs and by considering the opinions, circumstances and feelings of my colleagues and customers without judgement of race, religion, position, circumstances, status or appearance. By trying to always listen to people and be open to other points of view and by treating everyone in the same way and don’t laugh about other religions and customs. By being polite, tolerant and patient with others and don’t use language or behaviours that could be offensive and misinterpreted. I can then learn from other just by listening and asking for help when needed, or I can observe them if they are doing a task that requires expertise or great precision.
Unit 206 1.1 In a working relationship you have a duty to follow certain rules and regulations, and are held formally accountable for your actions. In a working relationship, personal beliefs and opinions should be kept to yourself. Whereas in a personal relationship, it is more common and almost expected that you follow no formal rules and are free to voice your opinion. 1.2 There are many different relationships when working in a care setting, these may include colleagues, a service user’s advocate/family members/friends, senior members of the organisation, outside agencies/professionals including doctors and social services. 2.1 It is important to adhere to the agreed scope of the job role I am in, and only undertake tasks I am trained and competent to perform properly and safely.
You will be accountable and responsible for any mistakes or errors. You do not have to like the people you work with and you will need to keep personal opinions and feelings to yourself. Mutual respect and understanding needs to be established and is a key factor in developing a good working relationship. A personal relationship is formed through choice, with someone you share interests and feelings with and who you like. There will be no set of rules or procedures to follow and you won’t get paid.
You chose personal relationships but you don’t choose your colleagues. You share personal thoughts and feelings in a personal relationship but not a working relationship. 1.2 Working relationships will include those with colleagues, family members of service users you care for and the service users themselves. You may provide a number of services to service users such as physiotherapy, befriending and cleaning. Understand the importance of working in ways that are agreed with the employer 2.1 There are certain agreed ways in which we must work.
In apersonal relationship we choose who we want to be with and can share our own personal feelings and emotions, which would not be suitable within a working relationship as there has to be a level of security maintained at all times. 3) A working relationship is a relationship where time is spent with both colleagues and service users durning working hours. This relationship means there is little or no contact out of working hours. The relationship is strictly professional. Personal relationshops allow arguing, accepting differencs, discussing interests/eliefs and personal life problems between the participants of the relationshops.
UNIT 4222-206 The role of the Health and Social Care Worker Outcome 1 1.1 A working relationship is different from a personal relationship because of boundaries, professional codes of conduct and employer policies and procedures. In working relationships you are friendly and have a different approach, whilst treating everyone equally. You should not share personal information as you would in a personal relationship with friends. Also a working relationship should not have any emotional attachments and is primarily based on you job, where as a personal relationship has an emotional attachment due to having family and friends that are not work related. 1.2 There are many different working relationships in the Health and Social Care setting.
Unit 206 understand the role of the social care worker 1.1 Explain how a working relationship is different from a personal relationship. The difference between a working relationship and a personal relationship is that a working relationship you have boundaries, professional code of conduct and you need to follow the policies and procedures your work provide, but a personal relationship you can talk about anything you can tell your friends that you have been doing t throughout the day, which in a working relationship you can’t as you need to protect confidentiality. Also in a working relationship you can’t get emotional attached to someone as in a personal relationship you can due to relationships, friends and family. 1.2 describe different working relationships in social care setting in the health and social care setting there are a number of different working relationships you will come across such as relationships with colleagues, managers and other professional teams like doctors and nurses also the service users themselves, friends and family. Each one you will develop a different relationship with and some of these may e more formal then others due to their job role.
The reasons for this may be that people not be offended, we will not say something which may upset or provide a trigger for a vulnerable service user or put ourselves at risk. We reveal less intimate details about our personal lives in a work setting and people only know the basic facts about what our lives are like when not at work. In a personal relationship, it is acceptable to reveal details of what we do in our spare time and our relationships with others. This is in part because people we work with, such as service users, other staff or other professionals, do not need to know, talking about ourselves takes up time and makes us inefficient, if we are talking about ourselves we are not listening and are taking up time when a service user, member of staff or another professional may have something they need to share with us which is more urgent. We may also be putting ourselves and those around us at risk.
The working relationship should be more based on listening to the support workers guidance to provide that said service and not engage in any intimate or personal interaction. Where as in a personal relationship it is solely based on interactions that would go on to develop intimate and personal interactions. Another difference between a working and personal relationship would be the way in which we communicate. When communicating within the working relationship it should be more formal so as not to overstep personal boundaries. Whereas when communicating within a personal relationship it would be more chatty and open minded as you are not having to be as mindful of what you are saying to each other.
During this I meet on a one-to-one basis with my supervisor – usually a senior support worker. We use a set format supervision which has different sections, one being a section to review tragerts previosly set and one for new targets to be set. I am able to reflect and discuss where I feel my stregths and weaknesses lie and areas I feel I need to develop. Proir to my supervisions my supervisor would have gained feedback from other staff – usually other senior support staff or nurses regarding my work actuvities. As part of my framework I have to obtain witness testimonies to evidence that I have completed