Ensure that there is a team leader that is willing and able to lead the group to success and is willing to accept the help from other team members should they need any, the team leader should listen to the group and take their thoughts an opinions on board as with this the team will be more successful and have better outcomes. The effectiveness of the group is formed and maintained by the group working together and having an input on all tasks and goals that they are aiming for as this helps to build team work and trust within the group. 1.3 Different facilitation styles may influence the group dynamics by helping them work together harder, it may help to ease tension within the group and help tasks be completed quicker. Different facilitation styles could be to spilt the group into smaller groups, giving them each a separate task to work on to complete the task quicker, it can also influence the group lifecycle, the group lifecycle starts with brainstorming, transforming that brainstorm work onto paper, and then forming it into work ready to present. Having different facilitation styles can influence the group lifecycle by giving them different ways of brainstorming, such as a group brainstorm and individual brainstorming, and having individual formed work so
When in individuals communication being able to be organized and all of your ideas are in order will help make it easier for the receiver to understand. In a conflict disagreement you have to learn how to receive feedback and not get defensive on others views. Keeping a good tone and speaking clearing will help so that others are not frustrated because they are having a hard time
• The feedback from others has development own knowledge, skills and understanding, feedback can be positive and negative but all feedback points to new to the ways and areas of improvement. Negative feedback must not be rejected but must be taken into account and be turned into something positive, but sometimes may undermine some confidence. The feedback from others points out best ways of doing things, what should not be done and get some pointers of approaching a problem from different angle. 3. know how a personal development plan can contribute to own learning and development 3.1 define the term personal development plan A personal development plan are goals that an individual makes to achieves in doing something specific. The personal development plan includes goals, awareness of strengths and weakness.
Supervised – So again like above in the principles, but in practical terms it means, going round the room, actively listening in or looking in. Interrupting if necessary, in cases of things getting out of hand reminding them of the rules etc. 1.1 Analyse the characteristics of group environments that foster learning and development. In order to analyse these facts, I would have to think
Unit 1 – Use and Develop Systems that Promote Communication Whilst at work it’s essential that I am able to communicate successfully with a variety of groups and individuals with changing needs and agendas. It’s imperative that I am able to adjust my communication style to meet the needs of those individuals. The group of people I communicate with are varied and include the following: - Young people within the service, Staff (I.e. team leaders and residential care workers). Operations and regional managers, Human resources, commissioning / placements and finance.
In this way communication will be effective. It is also important to observe an individual’s reactions so as to spot anything that may be worrying them or upsetting them; the social care worker will then have to change their approach – this may be noticed through the service user’s change in facial expression or body language. 2.1. Find out an individual’s
This includes using words, feedback, action, body language and gestures. With effective communication service users and family will enjoy the services provided. 1.3 Explain why it is important to observe an individual reactions when communicating with them All communication has an effect on the person that you are communicating with. Interactions a two way process, it is important to watch the effects so that any problems can be identified and dealt with. In order to be effective in care and supporting service users you have to be a good communicator whether this is through speaking, body language, facial expressions or gestures.
I believe that a worthy leader is also an active team member. Leading by example is a highly effective motivational strategy. Members learn from their leader by observing the leader’s commitment and strong work ethic. Working side-by-side with team members builds trust and fosters a team work environment. A leader demonstrates her value by assisting team members in accomplishing their goals.
Communication is crucial for developing positive relationships with children, young people and their families, colleagues and other professionals. Communication allows ideas to be conveyed clearly and succinctly. It is a process by which two or more people exchange ideas, facts, feelings or impressions in ways that each gains a common understanding of the message. People communicate for numerous different reasons, to build relationships being one of them; this will enable you to work more effectively as a team with your colleagues but to also gain trust with a service user so they can talk to you if they have any problems/ concerns. Another reason is so you can share information, this is vital in my work setting because, for example, if a service user begins a new course of antibiotics then the member of staff dealing with this must pass the information on to all other staff to make sure they continue the course of medication.