Project 2 1. Identify your goal (i.e. describe the behaviour or situation you wish you change). I would like to change my attitude for the better I can sometimes take on too many tasks and get stressed out trying to rush around trying to get everything done before a certain time. When I come into work sometimes a lot of stuff is missing or not put away in the right place or just not cleaned properly that is something I would like to change.
Physiological needs refer to the things that the body needs to fully perform at its full potential. Unhealthy people who are constantly tired, not properly eating, and not taking care of their bodies create a negative character about themselves. I make sure every day my physiological needs at met. This helps me perform at peak and make better decisions throughout the day. Developing this positive process helps me stay focus on the tasks I need to complete.
I don’t like when I explode. Especially, when it’s a situation I cannot control. I have thoughts that maybe I am the problem. Sometimes I wonder if my temper is the problem or maybe I am jealous that I am not the one with the authority. However, these are my challenges that I am sure I have to work on to become to stronger.
It states that I am very interested in people; I am willing to assist other in fulfilling their full potential by being supportive; and it also states that I seek satisfaction in seeing people grow, especially in significant relationships. The best example I have is my current job, as I stated in the class the
Dream world might seem a fascinating place to escape for a while, but real strength is tested when we start living out of it. There have been many instances, where people came crumbling down under, not being able to withstand the harshness life brings along. I am not trying to make it sound complicated but we are enmeshed in an intricate web of situations which can get overwhelming sometimes. The trick is to simplify it. To understand the core so that everything that builds upon it automatically gets clearer.
I’ve learned to listen attentively to what someone else is saying. I’ve learned to talk less and listen more and learning to do that has been a great growing pain. I’ve also learned the importance of staying current in both practice and happenings within various health facilities. You should always be networking. The field is competitive and need to stay up to date.
A social occupation is one in which involves interacting with others, communicating with, and teaching others. An occupation that includes helping and providing services to others. My Career Competencies lists my strengths as adhering to values, it is very important that I my vision and values align with the vision and values of the company that I work for. I am also strategizing, I like to look at problems or areas of opportunities and figure out ways to fix or improve the process. I was also identified as cooperating, I love working in an environment where I can work and collaborate with others.
It is more than just asking “how did that go”. I must accept receiving negative feedback as an opportunity to learn with the understanding that I have an issue with criticism. The worst part is that I could probably tell everyone my own faults before they even tell me. I tend to let my pride and the fact that I have always been successful in the past blind me into thinking that I know better than the people whose lives are entrusted with me. I strive to better understand that I have a direct impact on the people that work under me.
In order for me to find resolve in my pity and my life which had become depressing and stressful, I had to learn everything I could about the changes that were negatively impacting my life. The more I knew about them, the better I thought I would be able to deal with them. I started asking questions such as: What’s the worse thing that can happen? What do I stand to lose because of this change? How is this change affecting me now?
Over time the information will give us a good picture of how our practice has developed, what we use over and over again that seems to guarantee results and where we are struggling. From this we can identify any possible further training that could help, feel confident in the areas that are working well and be able to pass any useful methods onto others. Feedback from others is invaluable as often you see more when you are on the outside and it can often help to have another’s point of view. Feedback from others may come as a result of a performance review, a class observation or a general observation by a colleague. Reflective practice is essential to personal development and the goals and targets put in place at performance reviews can help to focus you and give you a renewed sense of ability to succeed and achieve.