'Assuming' that my presentation of the subject is as clear to others as it is to me will likely bring many conflicts as misunderstandings arise. 'Assuming' that others hold the same knowledge as I do on a subject can also create problems. If I 'assume' anything, I am likely to be constricted in my thinking process. It is quite necessary for me to avoid assumptions as I research an issue or a problem if I am to have the best possible outcome. Being close-minded in my thinking as I 'assume' certain things are truth can make or break me in presentation.
Integrity is also damaged by not being seen to have provided a voice in relation to political equality. How might HR been able to influence the situation more? By managing relationships better across hierarchies, and also by forward planning, being market savvy, and risk management. Predicting the issues before they arose and either finding ways to avoid them or developing damage limitation scenarios and plans. What other key behaviours from the CIPD’s HR professional map do you think are critical here for HR to display?
In a metaphorical term, we gain a lens, in which allows something to be more thoroughly understood. By removing ourselves from this area of our negative, quick to judge thoughts, we can perceive something through a clearer lens which reveals details which may have been previously unseen or assumed upon. We all hope though, a person is not saying persuading arguments for his own benefit. We must use our own opinions to determine our decision. Either way could make the judger or the person giving the opinion look bad, so it is almost dangerous.
Either to convince them to do something, to believe something, or to convince them of the bullshitter’s competency or knowledgeability. People may BS without intending to mislead anyone. Frankfurt asserts that bullshit is so common in the world because people are convinced that they must have an opinion about more or less anything and everything and so they speak about things that they really do not know anything about. “The lack of any significant connection between a person’s opinions and his apprehension of reality will be even more severe, needless to say, for someone who believes it his responsibility, as a conscientious moral agent, to evaluate events and conditions in all parts of the world.” (On Bullshit ) This is especially common in politics. No one person can be up to date on all current events, and yet people, especially politicians and others in positions of power, are expected to have an opinion on all of their country’s goings-on.
Poor communication will make people feel at least let down and ignored to very angry and upset. The better the communication the better people work together and the better people’s needs are recognised and taken into account. 2.2 Describe the factors to consider when promoting effective communication There are many different factors to consider for effective communication, You have to take into account peoples basic understanding of the subject, If you talk down to people they will get upset yet if you don’t explain enough they won’t be able to follow and understand. Communication is best tailored to suit each person. Other factors to consider are: Language - there is no point in talking in computer code if the other party has never used one.
separate the people from the problem Separating the people from the problem means separating relationship issues (or "people problems") from substantive issues, and dealing with them independently. People problems tend to involve problems of perception, emotion, and communication. Perceptions are important because they define the problem and the solution. While there is an "objective reality," that reality is interpreted differently by different people in different situations. When different parties have different understandings of their dispute effective negotiation may be very difficult to achieve.
Diversity and collaboration need to go hand in hand and would have a positive impact on teamwork. If the team does not collaborate appropriately, diversity can lead to challenges which would turn the advantages into a disadvantage. Perspectives and opinions can differ so much that could create barriers and hold your work back; consequently the team is no longer capable of finding and appropriate solution or to unify used
Will Carlson Politics is an extremely complicated subject to do research on because there are so many variables. Details are vague and people are either interested or not, this makes research a little bit easier. People’s views can be misconstrued and wrong but either way it’s their opinion and you have no right to change that. For that reason it’s a touchy subject for some people because they may not want to divulge any information. When researching politics I find that it’s best to be neutral to not stir up any confrontation that will hinder your research.
It is necessary when ethical problems confront social work professionals that the information they have about the dilemma is based on fact and not their own opinion or judgement (Simmons, 2003). The Code states “Ethical decision making can be complex. It requires time for critical reflection and should involve all those with an interest in the outcome of the decision” (Code of Ethics, 2010) (page #). It has been indicated by Anonymous 2015, that organisations can be to statistically driven and the time required for critical reflection as mentioned above can be limited due to the high demands from the organisation. Practitioners try to ensure best practice but due to high number of cases, investigations and assessments might not be done thoroughly.