James is to care for our patient’s needs and doing so the organization must consider the employee’s needs also. In order to keep good employee’s long term their needs must be evaluated; if there is an issue with an employee missing excessive time from work or any other behavior problem; The manager must talk with the employee to see what causes them to behave in such a manner and create a solution for the problem. The goal for talking to the employee is to prevent disciplinary actions. Managers should let the employee know that they are valued as an employee and how much they would like them to continue employment with the organization. It is important to keep verbal warnings in the employee file; a good suggestion would be to remind them of the (EAP) Employee Assistance Program or Human Resource this will allow the employee to be counseled in hopes of some solution.
Starting with making sure my employees were paid efficiently, had pleasant working conditions, reasonable rest periods, and I would teach them efficient work methods. Pleasant working conditions would consist of making sure their squad cars received regular maintenance. I would also upgrade their equipment regularly to make their job a little easier. I would teach the “work smart not hard” mentality so that their work would take somewhat less time and allow more down-time. Safe working conditions would be one of my biggest concerns; I believe that everyone deserves to be
Case #1 Acquire or Develop talent My professional Recommendation: I think it is best for Tanglewood to focus more on developing talent from within because it saves the company time and money. In house employees already know about the company, and the products it has to offer. They also know about and are use to the organization’s culture, and has a proven track record. Therefore, fewer resources will be needed for this candidate. Hire Yourself or Outsource My professional Recommendation: I think it is best for Tanglewood to focus more on doing the hiring themselves because they get to set the criteria for the new employees themselves, and they get a chance to get a feel for the employees first hand.
In specialized task assignment we observe functional myopia, meaning workers are concentrated on the function they perform instead of the whole process. Specialized task assignment requires greater coordination and complementarities across tasks are forgone. (Brickley, Smith & Zimmerman, 2009, p. 396) On the other side is broad task assignment that offers flexibility and the company gain workforce as employees are trained to perform various tasks. There is no need of hiring new personnel; the available employees can rotate tasks depending on the production needs. Trade-off in this case is the cross-training cost.
When employees feel empathy they give up their best but, on the other hand, when people experience lack of empathy they only work for the money and not for any internal joy. Lastly, there is the need for need to stay connected.A good leader should be able to connect socially with the subordinates and build relationship both within the organization and outside,If a leader can handle relationships well, he will be able to move the whole company on the same line he is towing.s Emotional intelligence can be transmitted from one person to another, so leaders who have emotional intelligence unconscious transfer it to their workers. It beholds on all leaders to have emotional intelligence, those who do not have it can learn since with practicing for a long time throughout the lifetime of a person can help one have it. There is the need to instill emotional intelligence in kids because there is a positive correlation between children who are taught emotional intelligence in their early age and their adult life.However, recent research indicated that the number of emotional intelligence among children have gone down because of technological and social changes that make parents always neglect their childrenOne can also learn emotional
1.2 Explain why it is important to work in a way that embeds person centred values The values that underpin our work have an impact on our day to day work. By taking into account the person-centred values while providing support like bathing, dressing, personal hygiene, shopping and general domestic tasks will be done better by providing a service that suit’s the service users not us or the system. It is vital for us to work using methods to establish the needs and wishes of the individual. This will also mean that individuals will feel empowered and in control of their lives, be more confident about making decisions will feel valued and respected. 1.3 Explain why risk-taking can be part of a person centred approach Person centred planning puts individuals at the centre of everything, it looks at what people can do and identify what they would like to achieve.
constantly improving how you work is not only good for gaining knowledge but for your own self-worth and confidence and how other people perceive you e.g. when applying for another job or promotion your manager maybe be asked to comment on the way you have worked for them. I find that gaining extra knowledge makes me feel good about myself but also helps me assist other people in the workplace. 1.2 Explain the purpose and benefits of encouraging and accepting feedback from others Accepting feedback from other people is a desirable ability in the work place especially when working in a team. By listening to people’s feedback not only can you find better ways of working increasing your speed and efficiency but you can work with other people to build upon ideas.
PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT: POLICY AND PROCEDURAL ISSUES 2 EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT/DISENGAGEMENT INTRODUCTION Employers want employees who will do their best at work or ‘go that extra mile’. Employees want jobs that are worthwhile and that inspire them. More and more organisations are looking for a win-win situation that meets their needs and those of their employees. What they increasingly say they are looking for is an engaged workforce. Employers want engaged employees because they deliver improved business performance.
I chose to contrast Erikson’s theory and the selective optimization with compensation theory. In Erikson’s theory he states that the final stage of psychosocial development theory is Integrity Versus Despair. Acceptance is relevant to achieve Integrity. Whether the outcome is good or bad, successful or disappointing, having good friends or bad friends; we should accept life as it is without being bitter or angry. With Despair, you regret your past decisions, you’re angry with the course of your life, and you feel that your time for achieving your “wanted” life is running short.
Asking questions which the supervisee already knows the answers does not help the narrative. To ensure that supervisor and the supervisee are on the same wave-length attention must be paid to the language used by the supervisee and not make assumptions. Professional supervision can improve confidence, knowledge and interest; some research states that it can benefit staff in the work place and their home life and also the client thus reducing complaints, and