• 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.
Marian Richardson Unit 4222-246 (LD 202) Support person-centred thinking and planning Understand the principles and practice of person-centred thinking, planning and reviews Outcome1.1 Identify the beliefs and values on which person-centred thinking and planning is based. Person Centred Planning puts the ‘person’ at the centre of a planning process and shifts power to them. It provides an effective way to listen and respond to people. The approach encourages us to take direction from people by identifying their gifts, interests and desires. This makes it different from traditional approaches in assessment and individual planning.
Distinctive Voices Practice Essay “Distinctive Voices enable us to think about significant issues in the world”. Do you agree? In your response refer to your prescribed text and TWO pieces of related material. Remember the BASICS. Use the terms of the question, write topic sentences and paragraphs, use quotes and explain them and most importantly, answer the question.
Analysis what sense can you make of the situation Conclusion what else could you have done? Action Plan if it arose again what would you do? 2. Why is reflective practice important? Answer Reflective practice is important as it enables you to achieve a better understanding of yourself, your skills, competencies, knowledge and professional practice.
While in the work place I often experience many challenges, by taking a step back and evaluating the situation, my actions and experience I can make informed choices that can help me to perform in a caring productive way. When taking part in reflective practice you have to be open, honest, and non defensive, you have to think that by doing something different is not the same as doing something better. You need to ask yourself questions such as, how did I work? , Did I use my knowledge of the service user in the decision-making? , Were personal values involved?
* Identify the attitudes and beliefs. * The beliefs that you hold are either empowering, or, dis-empowering. * Brainstorming all the thoughts that you feel are holding you back from achieve your goals. * Set a Goal. * Prioritize what you want to archive first.
“ What we see and report are filtered through a set of values, biases, attitudes and expectations. We tend to see or hear what we wish to see or hear, selecting and remembering those aspects of an experience that are most consistent with our prior experience or background” (Browne & Keeley). When making personal observations a checklist of questions should concerning the topic should be made. Personal observation is important to discuss because it is the basis for many everyday decisions we make. The next approach I chose was evaluation of the evidence.
When solving the crisis of time mismanagement several questions necessitate being asked, then investigated: What strategies are used for organizating time successfully? What are the rewards of managing time sensibly? How can anxiety be reduced? Some necessary strategies for managing time sensibly are having self-knowledge and goals. Possessing an alertness of my goals will help in prioritizing tasks.
); action; (what needs to be done next, how? ); seeking alternatives; keeping an open mind; viewing from different perspectives; thinking about consequences; testing ideas; seeking, identifying and resolving questions. Own values, beliefs systems and experiences may also affect working practice, reasons why could include; experiences that affect approach to working practices, for example, motivation, conformity, cooperation, consistency, respect, fairness, creativity, previous experiences of learning; self-awareness of values and beliefs; ways own
You want your audience to have a clear idea of where you stand on your topic by providing facts, charts of statistics that are colorful and interesting and relevant to your topic. Using good tone and respect for your audience will make them more open to your ideas and point of view. Incorporating good organizational flow helps your audience make connections from one point to the next, giving coherence to your argument. If information is presented in an unorganized way, using words that are inappropriate to your audience, they may lose interest or immediately criticize your argument. Finally, stating the benefits that would result if my solution was implemented or the negative consequences that may result from doing nothing.