Justin Gemoll – Justin’s assessment score is ENFP. The relationship theory would apply to Justin because he provides inspiration, helps others and wants everyone to reach their full potential/ My leadership plan for Justin is for him to participate in strategy development and implementation. Mai Yang – Mai’s assessment score is ISTJ. The leadership theory that would best apply to Mai is the relationship theory because she is focused on the performance of group members, and she has high ethical and moral standards. My leadership plan for Mai is that she assists in the market research, development, and implementation of strategy Leroy Washington – My personality assessment score is ISTP.
I need to be aware of the most up to date legislations and guidelines, including the EYFS and welfare requirements. As a room leader it is within my role to ensure the staff within my room are also up to date with any changes and to guide and support them. Reflective practice is effective and a huge part of professional development. It enables me to look at my practice and see what we are doing well and the changes that need to be made. Improving my own knowledge and practice is valuable not just for myself but for my staff, my setting and the children within my care.
Letting the company’s intentions known to people will allow open discussions amongst the shareholders of how to handle a situation appropriately. Thus, allowing the confidence in knowing that Riordan is functioning to a high set of standards. There is lot of competitive advantages for the Riordan, as there is lot of diversity in the sales. There are both national and international sales of the products. There is also provision for incentives for the employees for their outstanding performances.
Some of the key business processes of CDS include: * Collecting and storing all the information about potential talent from around the world * The logistics of maintaining and tracking employee deployment in various CDS tours around the world * Storing and updating personnel files for its showbiz talent to reflect records such as measurements, health, compensation etc. * The setting up of an entire village for the touring show. This set-up requires the very best technology to function smoothly in tandem with the external operations of the tour (ticket sales, payroll, phone systems etc.) * Logistics of ticket sales, seating arrangements, online bookings etc. IT’s support for selected business processes Even though it may be possible to support all business processes by IT in some capacity, it was neither smart nor easy to implement IT on such a large scale in a short period of time.
A show of this size and impact creates a buzz and hype that flows into the local culture by way of involving local business and creating a memorable experience for participants. It is something that will be talked about and becomes part of the local landscape. 4.5 Protocols Protocol would be in place for the media who play a huge part in the publicity of the musical. It would cover registrations, limitations and event policies. Briefing sheets would be mandatory to ensure the event runs smoothly and everyone is clearly informed of their duties and protocols relevant to their job description.
When communicating with service users, families and outside agency’s I use a wide range of communication methods including total communication aids to collate as much information as possible so that I can prepare the best care package for the individual and so the support team have all the information they need. This helps me keep up a good standard of communication skills and methods within my job role, this also enables me to keep up good positive rapports and relationships whilst building a trust with each individual that I work with. All though I use a range of communication methods I find that the most useful
I believe that there is always an opportunity to help an individual and to make a positive impact on their life. I am eager to pursue a career in which I am able to help and care for people, becoming an occupational therapist would allow me to fulfill this ambition. Occupational therapy is a career for dedicated, reliable, trusting people who are able to develop relationships with patients quickly. I have these skills and I genuinely want to make a difference to people, & assist them to regain their independence. This will be achieved through a standardised approach to assessment, rehabilitation, education and health promotion.
Also feedback given can be used to evaluate own performance and inform development, this can include; using the feedback to raise awareness of strengths; can identify any areas for improvement; knowing what actions can be taken to improve performance; actively seeking feedback; having sources of feedback, for example, supervisors, mentors, colleagues; effective feedback develops confidence, competence and motivation. National Occupational Standards (NOS) describe best practice by bringing together skills, knowledge and values. National Occupational Standards are valuable tools to be used as benchmarks for qualifications as well as for defining roles at work, staff recruitment, supervision and appraisal. The Health and Social Care National Occupational Standards (NOS) are jointly owned by all the alliance partners within Skills for Care and Development and Skills for Health. Any reviews of NOS are undertaken jointly by all UK alliance partners.
2. The accelerated implementation of Information Technologies. That was a crucial decision made by CEMEX’s CEO Lorenzo Zambrano. The company’s IT department was targeted at creating a mechanism of information collection and making arrangements. Due to the constant flow of operational information, CEMEX management is able to keep up with all events in any of its plants and monitor their activities.
Here I will explain the importance of employability and personal skills when recruiting new staff and attempting to retain existing staff in my selected organisation which is ‘Benefit Cosmetics’. It’s important that the organisation consider the personal skills and the employability of new staff as human resources and the company’s performance is a very important aspect in the running of the business and the overall results. It is also important that existing staff get the correct training to develop new skills needed for specific job roles or tasks, e.g. staff working behind the performing beauty counters will need to be kept up to date on new product information and how to apply the products. Employability skills: Employability skills are skills that are required for a specific job role or a task.