Working with all professionals, interpreters, audiologists, GP’s etc, as a manager ensuring staff are adequately trained in all areas and mandatory training is up to date can eradicate many issues. 3.3. Propose improvements to communication systems to support partnership working. Collating or collecting information is essential in monitoring the effectiveness of the communication systems. We can collect the information observing, getting feedback from others and recording information.
Secondly, I also have good communication skills that offer me an opportunity to pass messages well to other people as well as relating with them in an appropriate manner. I exhibit clarity of thought in my expressions whenever I have to pass or receive information from anyone. As they say, communication is power and therefore my ability to communicate well makes me understand concepts well and reciprocate as per the instructions. I am also able to appeal to many people with whom we create a warm working relationship. I am also a social person who easily bonds with people around me.
1.1 The reason why people communicate is to insure everyone has the correct information and instructions to follow, it also allows people to share ideas and experiences, express their feelings, socialize and ask questions. Communication enables people to build and maintain relationships with service users and work colleagues, to create a better working environment. It is easier for work colleagues to discuss and raise any concerns about a service user than to read in the care plan. 1.2 Communication can lead to good or poor service within an adult social care setting. Good communication with service users encourages participation in activities therefore promoting equality within the care setting.
In order to operate effectively and to achieve results there must be clear objectives, supported by clear and cooperative communication between all team members. This means clear instruction, agreement on goals and the processes you will use to achieve those goals, plus active listening and respect for other people’s point of view. Without appropriate communication team objectives will not be attained. It might take longer to gather input from all team members, than to make individual decisions, however, a good leader can facilitate effective and inclusive processes which over time and with practice, become streamlined and very efficient. Such teams can connect and coordinate across the whole organisation, improving cross-functional efficiency and
Presenting we have interpersonal skills demonstrates we are able to get along with everyone we work with. These qualities are a valuable part of a team and being successful. Being organized is important so we can locate information and be efficient in our work. Self- discipline is another important skill. It is the ability to focus and show self control.
Life opportunities including: housing. Warmth and shelter are basic human needs. Moreover education and employment are also important factors related to being equal. It means that for everybody capable of learning and working is vital to perform it because it helps to realise our full potential as human beings. Inclusion: Inclusion is a term being relevant to accepting everyone, regardless of difference.
We are informed about all changes that affects our directorate on a timely manner, we are up to date with any innovation and changes brought to the Trust. One of the roles of the team leader is also to give a good example to other co-workers and have all qualities of a good team leader. Team members will follow a good leader because of his/hers position, values and responsibilities without questioning their capabilities and knowledge. Basic and simple role of the leader is managing the flow of day-to-day operations, recognising and evaluating changing needs of the workplace, seeking additional resources to support people, work and changes. 2.
This level of communication is important to support the building of a positive relationship with their care worker and myself. I would use formal positive communication when communicating with social workers and other professionals, again this communication ensures the positive relationship building between all parties, ensuring confidentiality at all times. 1.3 Analyse the barriers and challenges to communication within
BSBWOR501B PROJECT 1 I feel an effective leader is someone who can always see the bigger picture of any situation, is committed to their work, has uncompromising integrity and is consistent in their behaviour and attitude. Respect, Integrity, motivated, approachable, supportive and encouraging are the words that come to my mind and are values that are important to me and this is how I choose to conduct myself personally and professionally. Keeping up to date with the latest information and skills and to continue developing my skills and knowledge is also valuable as an effective leader and I encourage my employees to continue to learn and ask questions. To be an effective leader you also need to be a good role model and to me this means leading by example. Knowing your own strengths and weaknesses and those of your employees, taking the time to know your employees is vital for a strong and cohesive team environment and will enable you to be able to bring the best out of your team because you understand their strengths and weaknesses and you know the person.
Secondly, I need to be aware of my behaviour and its impact on others. I also need to project positive energy to the work environment and constantly provide encouragement to staff. To be a good role model means I have to be diplomatic and treat everyone the same; there can be no prejudices or preferences for people. It is important for me to respect people and their viewpoints, always listen to people and make people feel valued and lastly always act with integrity and professionalism. To be an effective leader requires certain traits that are either inherent to a person or can be learnt.