NVQ 3 Adults What Methods are effective in forming, maintaining and ending relationships with individuals and key people? It is important to be aware of the individual’s level of communication and ability and to use there chosen form of communication wherever possible. As I have been keyworker for many individuals I think they need to be aware of the clear boundaries that are put in place and this also needs to be consistent within all staff that will be supporting the individual. This is very important to form positive relationships whilst still keeping professional boundaries in place. You need to be a good listener, patient and be prepared to put in the effort as it can sometimes be very frustrating especially if there are communication difficulties.
UNIT 513 POSITIVE OUTCOMES FOR INDIVIDUALS Dear shell i have thrown this together quickly so it may not be too good but hopefully will be ebough xxxx 1. As a manager it is vital that i support my staff team to achieve and demonstrate desirable outcomes with and for the people they support in whatever capacity.By outcomes I mean the specification of the differences that are intended to result from a given activity. 2. Approaches to outciome based practise should be open and transparent, it should involve all of the people supporting the person and the person should be in the centre of it all. Taking into account the opinions of others and listeneing properly to their input will encourage a healthy team and also give the person involved control of whos and what input they would like in their support.
The therapist needs an attitude of “I’ll accept you as you are.” The therapist must always maintain a positive attitude to the client at all times. Empathy: The ability to understand the other person at a deep level. It involves being able to put yourself in the other person’s position, and understanding them in their own terms, having the ability to understand sensitively and accurately but not
Having the technical knowledge and being able to answer any questions is also needed when he is conversing with customers. 2. How do you think Jim should respond to Ella’s implied pressure about the importance of the project to her? I think Jim should be proactive in his management. In doing this he needs to be completely honest and open about everything even if it’s bad.
There would defiantly be a recommendation that this individual participate in group sessions and it wouldn’t hurt to have one on one individual help. Everyone needs someone to go to no matter the person or the situation in which you are in. Getting help can only benefit you as well as others from getting hurt and keeping your mind clear of suicidal thoughts that may occur into your head. People are always going to need someone to talk with and need help at the same time while dealing with such problems that they endure
The talker-listener card (TLC) was created to be used as foldable third person who purpose is to keep us honest and remain on target without losing focus. The goals of talker-listener card is to remind each person to take turns listening and talking to one another. Taking turns talking and listening prevent arguments from taking place, but at the same time allows the person to focus the view points of the speaker. Petersen went on in further detail on to explain in a deeper aspect of the flat brain theory in a deeper perspective as well as more in depth explanation of the talker-listener card and it usefulness in communication. Touching on more listening techniques in later chapters he offer three technique to help improve are listening techniques.
2.3 Describe how own values, belief systems and experiences may affect working practice? • Everyone has different values/beliefs/preferences what you believe in, what you see as important, acceptable or desirable is an essential part of who you are. • React positively to people who share your values and less warmly to people who have different priorities. • When you develop friendships, it is natural to spend time with people who share your interests and values. • Professional relationships you develop with people you support are another matter; you are required to provide the same quality support for all, not just for those who share your views and beliefs.
Codes of practice. National occupational Standards. 1.3 Everybody is entitled to their own opinions and these come about because of their own personal experiences, it is always important to listen to other peoples opinions and be receptive to their opinions as ultimately we are all aiming for the same high standard’s but may just vary the way we work to achieve the same outcome. By being receptive and listening I am gaining more knowledge in this role not your belief’s as your belief’s are personnel to each and everyone, and this would threaten the service user’s right to fair treatment. 2.1 Being able to reflect on our actions and our own experiences allows us to learn from them and adapt our behaviour and give us a better understanding of ourselves, our knowledge and workplace practices , ultimately improving the quality service.
Group discussion is particularly appropriate when the interviewer has a series of open ended questions and wishes to encourage research participants to explore the issues of importance to them, in their own vocabulary, generating their own questions and pursuing their own priorities. When group dynamics work well the participants work alongside the researcher, taking the research in new and often unexpected directions. Group work also helps researchers tap
NHS Member Application Required Essay Everyone is a leader in their heart. Although I think a good leader goes over the limits to express what he/she believes in, sets a good example for others, and also treats everyone with equal respect- the same respect he/she expects. I believe a leader should be someone who is self-motivated and self-determined. I suppose you can say I believe it has a lot to do with "self" because without "self" how could you be a leader? You have to learn about yourself, your own choices, and beliefs to be a leader for someone.