• 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.
Also the knowledge and skills necessary to complete their job effectively. 1.2 It is important to reflect on work activities so that you are able to develop on your own knowledge and skills. Thinking things through and reflecting on a day at work will help you to pick up on things that you may be able to improve upon in future. You can also learn from any errors that you may have made. Sometimes when you remove yourself from a situation and reflect on it, you are able to find gaps and room for improvement in preparation for next time.
A = ATTAINABLE A key factor in setting goals is to ensure our goals are attainable. We want to set goals that allow us to grow in our skills and knowledge and stretch our personal boundaries, but the goal still needs to be achievable. If the goal set requires too much growth and stretching, we will soon get discouraged and stop trying to reach it. Making a goal attainable may be more about being realistic about the timeframe than changing the specifics of the goal. For instance, you may need to break the goal down into short term tasks that you can complete with a little
The Art of War Essay Test Nikki Nuutinen Pd. 4 Sun Tzu and Machiavelli both created a guide to being a successful leader, but Sun Tzu created his in 500 BC, long before The Prince was written in 1513. Both contain the basic principles for being a good ruler, with many similarities. Machiavelli and Sun Tzu believe that to win, a ruler must prepare well for the situation, make sure everyone knows the plan of action if the main one fails, have set goals, negotiate tactics, be deceitful, and allow every participant to have a role. These books were circulated around the world, shared with many leaders who used these books to help their lands.
Counselling/ counselling ideas may help to cope with the challenges of ‘change’ ‘The more I am willing to be myself in all this complexity of life […] the more I am willing to understand and accept the realities in myself and in the other person […]” Rogers (1961). In order to tackle changes in a client’s life, it is important for the counsellor themselves to be self-aware and have an understanding of others’ values, beliefs and attitudes although they may conflict with their own. The counsellor is there to help the client adapt to these changes, helping clients to push out old information and take in new- this however is also an aspect of change which the counsellor has to help the client pursue whilst keeping ethical and professional boundaries. Changes are accompanied by strong emotions, both negative and positive and counselling is able to support the transition from one state to another. When looking at coping with change it is not possible to ignore some of the events which change our development, life events which cause significant change are called transitions (Jeffery, J in Aldridge, S & Rigby, S 2004).
2.2 – There are many ways to manage risks associated with conflicts and dilemmas:- * Allowing individuals to explore with guidance, * Making individuals aware of potential hazards and dangers, * Allowing individuals to acquire life skills through learning how to cope with risky situations, * Staff ignorance, 2.3 – To get additional support and guidance on conflicts and dilemmas would be to talk to my line manager or get information from outside agencies, the intranet or the internet. 3.1 – Complaints should be responded to as soon as possible even if it is just to explain the process. Give a commitment and ensure it will be dealt with in a certain time frame and stick to it. 3.2 – The main points of agreed procedures
To achieve a personal centred way you need to understand the individual. The best way of doing this is to not just understand their current situation but understand their life. Their past will give clues into their likes, dislikes and beliefs. Understatement will be achieved, as well as a sense of trust. It is important not to presume that past preferences are related to current ones.
It is important to adopt an open minded approach and understanding to other peoples beliefs, and not expect them to conform or cooperate to your ideals as this can only cause further complications and conflicts. 2.1 Constructive feedback includes both positive feedback and opportunities for future development and people’s reactions to receiving constructive feedback can vary. Where some may agree to what is being said and show a desire to improve by asking questions or for further feedback others can become defensive or anxious and focus on what the deem to be “negative feedback”, and others may look for reassurance. 2.2 It is just as important to seek feedback when needed as this enables you to identify areas for improvement and also shows that you are able to learn and listen to others. Seeking feedback also determines what is already working well and shows that you are open to improving your own practice.
When we create our plans of care, see the person, treat the problem and plan for the future, because this will influence the outcome of any care you provide. Always think, a person centred approach to the care you give, because one day the person needing the care will be you. Aiii See poster. Aiv Do you know who you are? A daft question you might think OK, lets ask another question, do you know who your service users are?
The reasoning behind the start of WWII, Vietnam War, and the War on Terror is relevant to know so those reasons can be analyzed and bad events like that can be prevented in the future. Knowing people and places and the attitudes towards other people and places can help someone