I provide active support to individuals to enable them to express their communication needs, views and preferences by making available any equipment that is required e.g. pictures, hearing aids and devices or speaking utensils. When talking to individuals I provide active support by understanding the communication difficulties of the individuals and I am patient and allow them time to express themselves when they feel comfortable to. If a misunderstanding takes place, I work with the individual to find a set communication method which will clear up the problem. 3.
Describe why it is essential that the mentor has good communication skills Good communication is integral to the mentor-mentee relationship; therefore the ability to communicate effectively is essential. Mentoring involves a lot of discussions and open conversations between the mentor and the mentee, therefore the mentor should know how to effectively get the message across to the individual with ease. This is especially important during the giving of feedback to the mentee. The mentor must be able to relay feedback and remarks constructively and positively without demeaning the mentor’s self-esteem. Good communication skills, such as active listening and questioning skills are essential for the mentor to ensure that learner fully understand what being discussed.
I make sure that I am clear on instructions, times, dates or location and if appropriate I like to have it written down. I aim to make positive and lively conversation to promote the interest in conversation. It is important to be confident as if you are nervous you can sometimes create barriers making communication difficult. Eye contact shows that you are listening and are interested in what the person has to say. I try to be polite and friendly in order to create trust, people feel that you are approachable and tend to communicate better when they trust you.
The main purpose of stage one is to build a non-threatening counselling relationship, help the client explore their situation and then be able to focus on chose issues. At this point the helper/listener helps the client to identify problems and then assess their own resources. At this stage most people are reluctant to change and may resist. Through positive exploration of new perspectives and constructive challenges to rooted negativity the client is able to move to the next stage. Some of the stage one exploring skills include; Open ended questioning, silences, focusing, empathy, paraphrasing, structuring and summarising.
I always allow plenty of time for communication and listen to what is being communicated then repeat it back to the person so they are confident I have acknowledged and understood their message. I keep language clear and concise and adjust the length of conversations accordingly to minimise distress and ensure the individual remains attentive. 2.1 When communicating with individuals with sensory loss it is important to establish their preferred means of communication which will be detailed at the initial assessment. There are many different methods to communicate effectively with an
USE TARGETED COMMUNICATION SKILLS TO BUILD RELATIONSHIPS. CHCCOM403B. QUESTION 1. If your communication with colleagues and clients is effective, there will be an established rapport, a good exchange of information, and an ability to facilitate a healthy resolution to issues and defuse potentially difficult situations. Question 2.
I believe that listening to others and being able to put yourself in their shoes in order to understand what they might be feeling is very critical. It then becomes easier to help them manage those feelings and their experiences. It is also important to understand what is happening in that person's life, so it is good to be perceptive in order to notice patterns, dynamics, and other things that serve as clues for helping that person. I believe that I am very perceptive in my relationships with other people. In my opinion, it is also essential to have a sense of humility and I truly strive to always remain humble.
Keeping each week’s tasks and goals in mind probably improves my chances in being successful in life. Self-Assurance I rely on my drives to decide how to react appropriately to a situation, or an individual, or a crowd. Driven by my talents, I personally feel content too steady improvements I make as an individual throughout life. I have confidence in my talents and knowledge. Infrequently I trust myself enough to test my own endurance and swiftness.
Submit email progress reports 4. The kind of mentoring style that I prefer is (Highlight or check one) Directive – “tell me what to do and I will do it” o Supportive - “constant encouragement and support of my abilities and plans to succeed help me stay motivated” o
Communicate and interact with everyone. Great role models know they have to have a consistent message, and repeat it over and over again until everyone understands. 4. Show respect and concern for others. Someone who shows gratitude to others and not stepping on others to get ahead.