The Service Provider must be committed to continuous improvement utilising the Quality Assessment Framework. The Service Provider must see complaints as a positive feedback tool where service users and carers are encouraged and empowered to use the complaints procedure. The Service Provider must keep a complete record of all complaints made. At a reasonable request, the Service Provider must supply the Supporting People team with a copy of records and responses relating to complaints and compliments made in relation to the Support Services. Staffing The service provider must operate a recruitment and selection policy that aims to eliminate discrimination in recruitment processes.
My leadership plan for Mai is that she assists in the market research, development, and implementation of strategy Leroy Washington – My personality assessment score is ISTP. The relationship theory would also apply to me because I am interested in the performance of the group and I have high ethical and moral standards. Since this project calls for to be the manager appointed leader of this project, my leadership plan for me is to participate in the research, marketing,, development, and implementation of strategies for the new department to not only reach its target market but to also be successful in its desired market for as long as
Understand how to reflect om practice in adult social care 1.1 Explain what reflective practice is Reflective practice is simply the process of reflecting on something you have done or a task you have undertaken, looking at it from different perspectives and seeing if you could make any positive changes. 1.2 Explain the importance of reflective practice in continuously improving the quality of service provided. Reflective practice is important in order to ensure that high standards are kept continuously as circumstances and residents change in order to reflect you must continuously be aware of approaches used and how they can be changed or developed to improve continually improving and adapting approaches benefits both residents and careers, ensuring that each individuals needs are met. It also promotes a better level of understanding and acceptance of those different from us, taking on board the opinions, cultures and attitudes of others to ensure a diverse and positively productive daily experience that enables higher levels of understanding from all. 1.3 Explain how standards inform reflective practice in adult social care Standards inform reflective practice because they impact on how I work.
The following paper will inform the reader of a prevalent problem facing many social service agencies. While reflecting on my time spent at my current internship, it has become quite clear that cultural competence is an area that is need of fine tuning. The reader will be informed of issues in cultural competency as well as the possibilities of resolutions to this prevalent problem in society. In order to best serve victims of crime and maintain the health of an agency, “A culturally competent system of care acknowledges and incorporates--at all levels--the importance of culture, the assessment of cross-cultural relations ,the expansion of cultural knowledge, and the adaptation of services to meet culturally unique needs.” (Maylor 1988) Because
Leaders set the overall vision for the organization and establish its goals and processes. “[A leader’s] ability to bring forth—maximize—the potential and abilities of those under [his] leadership marks [him] as a great competitor and leader.” (Wooden and Jamison, 2005 p.289-290). The next step is completing an assessment tool or survey which will allow opportunities as we proceed forward with creating and defining our organizational culture. The best way to determine the source of an issue is to ask the right questions to those that are truly effected by the issue. The survey will allow the participators to express publically or anonymously the specifics truthfully.
The Case of Rick Tiffany Allen CJHS/420 June 15, 2015 Tammla Price The Case of Rick The case management process is designed to help clients from different cultures and backgrounds improve their current situation. Clients within the criminal justice system come with various behavioral patterns and mental disorders that need immediate attention from case managers. These behaviors can cause individuals to commit criminal activity and become part of the criminal justice system. Case managers must be aware of behavioral issues among clients so they can use effective intervention practices that will reduce recidivism and promote public safety. Description of Rick Case managers have to manage clients
Having a base company in the United States and expanding global, Riordan must be knowledgeable of those differences and a master at intertwining them. Achieving this is a delicate balance that must be adhered too. Staying true to the moral compass of the company will provide reassurance to the stakeholders that the company is on solid ground and a wise investment. Having yearly reviews of governmentally laws and society changes will allow Riordan to stay current with the ongoing challenges of change. Letting the company’s intentions known to people will allow open discussions amongst the shareholders of how to handle a situation appropriately.
Conclusion Understanding and evaluating leadership styles and theories can allow an individual to assess his or her capabilities. I admire a charismatic leader, Janet Mock, and her ability to influence and shift the mindsets of others. However, my transformational leadership style provides me with characteristics to motivate other to be more creative and efficient. I can identify certain qualities I wish to possess to hone my charismatic leadership style. Additionally, I would be a well-versed leader that has the capability to tailor different leadership styles to individual behaviors of
Facilities should set the guidelines for punishment and make it known across the entire facility, but if a supervisor recognizes the violation, they should handle the punishment, and making human resources aware of a possible violation. Regulations for investigation of possible privacy violations should also be handled by human resources and administration. Overall review of privacy policies, HIPAA regulations, and private regulations should be in serviced frequently to ensure comprehension to the fullest and the repercussions that would
Coaching or mentoring new employees is also a great way to train employees and it has the added bonus of a more personal touch that can be very effective. Managers should always monitor the training process to make sure that the benefits of the training program are maximized. The training process consists of three phases: (1) needs assessment, (2) development and conduct of training, and (3) evaluation. (Gomez-Mejia, et al., 2010 p. 250) The needs assessment phase identifies the needs and the problems that need to be addressed in the training program. The development and conduct phase is specifically designed by the needs of the company.