Weaknesses 1. Ethics still has some grey areas to me. In the beginning I had to verify things with my supervisor before I was sure of myself, when it came to verifying appointments over the phone or leaving messages or issuing texts to clients. 2. Love for people can also be a weakness because I have to intentionally draw boundaries to not become attached (especially with children).
Prejudging Can Lead To A Disaster In the movie Hitch, Alex Hitchens (Will Smith) makes a statement, "She may not want the whole truth, but she wants the real you, she may not want to see it all at once" (Mordaunt, 2005). Although there may be some truth to this statement, the real truth is never to mislead a person's emotions. This belief that he has, lead him to be in a conflicting situation to where his self-disclosure was prejudged by his actions without creditable evidence of the truth. Because of his non-verbal actions Sarah's feeling were hurt, the truth was misconstrued and the whole situation was blown out of proportion. The speed dating scene exhibited a few concepts of conflict regarding interpersonal communication.
He did this not because of the recognition he wanted, but because he stood up for what he believed was right. In the end, it got him nothing. He lost his job, even after his manager warned him about what he was doing, he got no recognition from the ladies, and will eventually have to face the disappointment from his family. It’s at the end where one can find the meaning of the story. Updike wrote this story to prove that doing what one believes is right won’t always end well for that person.
Wording is very important and if someone were to want to word this in a way to make it accurate he or she would say, “Power may be evil because it can corrupt some people”. Step three in the process is “Examine your argument for validity errors”, this step would be to check the argument for validity errors and considering the reasoning that links conclusions to premises to determine whether your conclusion is legitimate or illegitimate, and if the argument fails on more than one point. Even after revising the statement, there still may be some questions in regards to the message before the message can be validated. Since there is no gage that determines what point, or how much power one must have in
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?
An individual care plan must be followed, if it is in place, it is a prescription for services, and funded as such. To deviate from an individual's care plan goes against their personal objectives and therefore is not billable. Staff who support the individual have participated in proposing the plan and are invested in serving them to achieve their outcome. Person-centred approach puts the person's goals and what matters to them at the forefront and their desires, strengths and abilities are all factored in. It is the approach that service agencies are trending towards naturally and the funding agencies have followed suit and reinforced that is the way to serve an individual.
This enables others to get to know the individual and learn about them so they are less likely to stereotype or use discriminatory practice against them. You could also check that policies and procedures do not discriminate and you could bring up any poor practice in staff meetings or tell your manager. If nothing is done then make a note of every occasion you see and report it to CQC or contact the Equality Advisory Support Service to gain information on what steps you should take to report anything. Biv) Explain how working in an inclusive way which recognizes difference, can reduce the likelihood of discrimination. When working in an inclusive way you are openly communicating with any clients/patients, getting to know what the like or dislike and building trust with this person.
Singer’s second argument is a touchy subject, in which he feels the need “defend” his viewpoint. In the given text, Singer provides several counterexamples to defend his position. The main point of his second argument is that Singer does not believe that the amount of people involved in a situation should affect whether or not a person should take action to prevent something bad from happening. His critics, who may be in disagreement to the pertaining subject, would argue that the number of people involved changes whether or not a person is responsible. Singer admits that there may be a “psychological difference” among the conflicting cases, but he also believes that it provides no excuse to a human’s moral obligation.
Why is the initial consultation so important? What factors will an ethical therapist cover at this time? The underlining reasons why ethics are vitally important in therapy are not romantic benevolent ideals concerned with altruism but reasons of practicality. It would simply not be effective and sustainable for any therapeutic profession to allow unethical practices to happen, since this behaviour will damage the reputation of the profession at large. It is therefore in the interests of all practitioners to adhere to some sort of rules of conduct.
Buckley versus Barkin: A Battle of Rhetorical Strategies Both Dorothy Barkin's article "The Bystander Effect" and William Buckley's article "Why Don’t We Complain?" strive to make the same point about the complacency of human behavior when it comes to speaking out in certain situations. Buckley's article is about how people do not speak up for themselves in situations of inconvenience because they are afraid of the possible repercussions or of being viewed in a negative way by others. Buckley suggests that people care more about what other people will think of them than they do about getting their needs met or being uncomfortable. Barkin's article is about how people do not act in emergencies because they think someone else will do it, and they don't want to put themselves in danger.