During resident’s monthly meetings, I am able to talk within the group, whilst also ensuring that each individual can hear and understand me. I also encourage residents to speak; this in turn builds their confidence and trust towards me. My body language is very important. I use open gestures, friendly face and one to one eye contact. 1.3 My day to day routine poses various barriers and challenges with regards to communication.
I tend to have a positive attitude in my personal and work life. This has helped me work through difficult situations in both areas in my life. The text also mentions that an optimistic mind set is essential for a successful leader. 2. I’m naturally open to new experiences in all aspects of life therefore if a new procedure is asked to be followed at work I tend to look for the positive in every new experience.
The storage departments must be full of workable stock, extra blankets and sheets as well as my tools for the job. My Zoll monitor needs checking and spare, charged batteries available and I need to make sure the O2 and Entonox bottles are full. I have a responsibility to my patient, to ensure the best quality of care that I am able to provide throughout the journey, treating them with respect and keeping their dignity at all times. It is also my responsibility to ensure that all company policies and procedures are adhered to and to ensure that my training needs are kept up-to-date so that I am at the level of standards required to undertake my role. 1.2 I will always work as part of a team to provide the best possible care for my patient by working within my skill levels for my work role, set by the Ambulance Service.
She cared about him and believed of what he was capable to do in his life so much that even followed him to West Point when he was a cadet, and lived there so she could be close to him. The main influence in MacArthur’s life was the military academy West Point. He lived his life by the West Point values of duty and honor, which shaped his personality and who he became. General Douglas MacArthur was one of America’s most powerful leaders in history. His fantastic strategies combined with his skills of being a great general helped many of the outcomes of the American conflicts in his time and many of the victories may not have been received if it was for MacArthur.
All the events and obstacles that Marines go through is not done individually but with team work. They hold the same tenacity and motivation while taking on courses at a time regardless what rank they have. Stress is usually the main rason why strong connections ensue leading to strong disciplined Marines ready to give everything for this
I also take into account changes could be due to medication changes, etc. 4.3 Evaluate the extent to which an individual’s participation over time represents the balance of activity associated with a valued lifestyle; I always keep up to date with any changes in the individual’s daily activity planner. As I know the individual well this ensures that I make sure that all the activities are person centred and are what the individual chooses/wants to participate in. By looking back on activities in the 2 weekly reviews it enables me to realise if there is a balanced mix of activities. 4.4 Explain the changes required to improve the quality of an individual’s participation to promote independence, informed choice and a valued life; I always encourage the individual to do things for themselves instead of me doing it for them I find out the individuals likes and dislikes so I can encourage them to participate in activities that they enjoy.
Perseverance and adaptability are imperative traits to have and necessary to overcome obstacles that are inevitable. A true leader leads by example, compels and motivates others to action. Lastly, my previous supervisors have recognized me as someone who can lead and motivate the team with great success. My work history includes Area Supervisor, in which, I was responsible for 13 southeastern factory outlet operations with more than $20M annual sales, Education Specialist- facilitated large training groups with more than 200 in attendance, New Business Development/training which included new location setup and information technologies training all across the continental USA, as well as, in Canadian locations. The DSS Leadership program would be just one of the first steps for me to be able to build upon these past experiences and successfully pursue a higher level of clinical practice and/or management.
Community health is not just based on a certain age group or certain situations, so I feel as if my community health clinical rotation will allow me to pull all of my clinical experiences into one and apply all of those skills. This clinical rotation will definitely put my knowledge to test and I am 100% ready to test everything I have been taught. After reading about this organization, I could not be more excited to do my community health clinical rotation there. I even noticed that they offer volunteer and career opportunities, so working at a Comtrea location could always be a possibility for me. I have always enjoyed the community health aspect of nursing because the fact that you are helping your own community is very rewarding.
So don’t trouble yourself because I am very trained and protected. I am also equipped with very well made weapons. The practices we do are really meaningful to me because I get more skilled after each one. I think my muscles are gaining each day. It is a very rough journey through training and war but I feel I am strong and can make it through.
My amazing parents and I have boldly handled all of these situations well and have adjusted working with all issues tied into depression. I can now say that, even though I’m still battling, I can see the light at the end of the tunnel. The incredible story of Beowulf often reminds us that we cannot do everything on our own; we often have to rely on others for help. Just like I has had to faithfully rely on