Thus, better decisions will be made and implemented. The following pairings – ST, SF, NT, and NF – focus on each cognitive preference and how each person gathers information and makes decisions. Sensing/Thinking (ST) people enjoy specific details, are practical and methodical, and like using procedural and organizational skills for finding concrete solutions to immediate problems. Sensing/Feeling (SF) individuals like using facts to provide meaningful and speedy assistance to others and to produce happy and pleasant situations. The Intuition/Feeling (NF) employees are concerned with ideas, opportunities, and concepts and enjoy using their intuition to appreciate and develop
Reflecting on your practise is important as it can help you to focus on what you have done well and identify areas you may need to improve I.e. It may make you consider new approaches or make you consider learning more or beginning new courses in relevant subjects. You can use reflective practice to improve the quality of the service you provide by thinking about a task you previously completed and asking yourself: What could have been done better? & how will I do that task next time? 1.3.
To find the concerns that begin the program planning process, it is a prerequisite to do a needs or problems assessment. The assessments give human service workers good direction to what areas need the most focus and what kind of help the people need most. (2003). While planning a program, it is good to brainstorm all the possible avenues and outcomes of all situations. Human service workers need to be prepared for all situations, and have feedback on how well their programs are working.
Key terms – Showing key terms to help guide the team with focus on the main issues and help with the critical thinking process. This is a great tool for giving better definition on each important word during the simulation process. 3. Help - This did just that, it helped explain each section on the page and summarize areas that needed to be
Some of the stage one exploring skills include; Open ended questioning, silences, focusing, empathy, paraphrasing, structuring and summarising. Stage two is about Helping the client Establish Aims and Goals.The primary purpose being to facilitate the client in developing an objective understanding of their situation. Here the helper/listener assists the client/speaker explore their options and possible goals. By establishing what the client/speaker really wants and needs they are then encouraged to consider new perspectives and possibilities auctioning those that are realistic. By assisting the client/speaker to develop rational decision making process they can then go on to make decisions and deal with situations themselves as they arise.
g. Limit risks: i. CDM employees can use Technical Discipline for relative and historical knowledge/experience to influence the outcome of a situation h. Draw from various resources (guidelines, frameworks, case studies and examples of best practice) to make more appropriate and better decisions i. Shared knowledge gives employees a better idea of the potential risks j. Technical experts of their own disciplines can offer assistance and advice to employees in need k. Improves outcomes: ii. Dispatcher allows employees to communicate with
UNI 110/Critical Reading & Thinking Critical Thinking Self-Assessment (Due: _____________) READ CAREFULLY: This assignment asks you to present an arguable opinion your current development as a critical thinker. Your goal is to convince the audience that your opinion is valid and worth considering: * What has influenced your critical thinking? * Who has served as a role model for you in terms of your critical thinking? * Which of the characteristics of a skilled critical thinker do you already possess? * How did you develop those characteristics?
A goal is what a person is trying to accomplish (DuBrin, 2004). In order to direct ourselves we set goals that are clear and understandable, challenging, and achievable. Feedback is an important element in goal setting. We need feedback so we can determine whether we are succeeding or whether we need to change our goals and/or direction. We find feedback very encouraging and motivating.
1. Why is critical thinking important in your life? A: Critical thinking is important in your life because it can serve us in many areas as students and citizens in Society. As a student, critical thinking can help you focus on issues; gather relevant, accurate information; remember facts; organize thoughts logically; analyze questions and problems; manage your priorities. It can assist in your problem solving skills and help you control your emotions so that you can make rational judgments.
Effective communication skills include listening, asking questions, and role reversal. By listening carefully each person can learn what the other has to say so that an agreement can be reached to resolve the conflict. Asking questions is also crucial to effectual bargaining. Negotiators acquire helpful information about the other person’s position or needs in a situation by asking correct questions (Lewicki, Saunders, & Barry, 2006). Role reversal is also a valuable tool in negotiations.