Safety and Security Needs: Security of: body, employment, resoufces, morality, the family, health, property. Love and Belonging (Social) Needs: Friendship, family, sexual intimacy. Esteem Needs: Self-esteem, confidence, achievement, respect of others, respect by others. Self-actualizing Needs Morality, creativity, spontaneity, problem solving, lack of prejudice, acceptance of facts. Physiological Needs: Physiological needs, for the most part are obvious, literal requirements for human survival.
Reference to someone’s personal profile or history will: • Help to enrich the quality of support they receive. • Enable a holistic approach to their support. • Making it possible to prevent negative experiences by finding out what they dislike or are fearful of. • Help them to make personal choices. 1.3: examples of how to provide person-centred support when supporting individuals in day-to-day activities: You will need to develop a clear understanding about the individuals you are working with.
M2 – Assess the importance of employability, and personal skills in the recruitment and retention of staff in a selected organisation (Strodes) At Strodes, it is important to have good employability and personal skills in order to be recruited as staff. The first skill you need would be suitable qualifications. This is important because if you don’t have the right qualifications for the role you are applying for then you aren’t going to be able to carry out the job efficiently. This skill would be more important for recruitment than it would be for retention because it is more important to hire someone who has the right qualifications than to keep someone like that, and also because when you are choosing who to keep out of a group of staff who are already hired, they are all going to have good qualifications or you wouldn’t have hired them in the first place. Having experience in a similar role is also more important when recruiting rather than when retaining because once you have employed staff they will become experienced in that role, whereas when you are recruiting it is a new start which could be more difficult to settle in and do the job efficiently.
2(Aii) Effective communication can help build a working relationship and a level of trust, between the people receiving support, and the carer(s) providing it. This is because the individuals wants and needs are more likely to be conveyed, therefore, more likely to be met. Maintaining the health and well-being of the individual. Good communication amongst colleagues can help build relationships and improve the overall quality of the care provided. This would be due to a positive working environment.
The next relationship is that between performance and reward. The performance -reward relationship is defined as the thought of obtaining a preferred result for an individual maintaining a certain level of perform ance. The harder one works the more benefits they want to see for themselves. It may be more hours, a raise, a promotion, or more responsibility. For example, an employee, who comes in early or stays late when needed, does their job with a meets or exceeds expectation, will expect to a raise, or the opportunity for a promotion.
Sociological theories are complex theoretical and methodological frameworks used to analyze and explain objects of social study. Each theory has its strengths and weaknesses. The focus of this essay will be on functionalism and its contributions to the understanding of society today. Functionalism goes back a long way in history with its views and theories on society, with the work of Spencer and Comte. Its theories were then taken on within the work of Emile Durkheim and a lot more recently by Talcott Parsons in America 1940-50's.
It is also important to actively acknowledge the person’s strengths, passions and aspirations, and actively involve the family and friends, if the person wishes. Explain why it is important to work in a way that embeds person-centred values. It is important to acknowledge the needs and wishes of our service users, and ensure that these underpin the planning and delivery of their care that values the service users unique past, present and future individuality and recognizing and respecting the person’s role and contribution to family and wider society. By doing this I am respecting the individual and what they have to offer to others, and making the individual still feel ‘needed’ and ‘useful’. Explain why risk-taking can be part of a person centred approach.
Personal Development Planning. This helps someone to reflect of their learning, performance and achievements on a job, helping them to better themselves and achieve personal educational and career development leading to more competence, effectiveness and safe practise. Avii. Your manager and senior staff might be involved in providing information and feedback for a personal development plan. Even the residents and their relatives could be involved.
Achievement and recognition of achievement have been proved time and time again by Psychologists and social scientists, who say that these are the most powerful motivators. The Basis for Maslow’s motivation theory is that unsatisfied needs is what human beings are motivated by, also that a person’s higher needs cannot be satisfied until a person’s certain lower needs are met. Physiological, esteem, love, safety, and survival are all general types of needs that must be satisfied before a person can act altruistically. Maslow called these needs “deficiency needs”. As long as our cravings are fed by our motivation, we move towards growth, and self-actualization.
The differences between these two motivations are that the rewards associated with internal motivations will often prompt the individual to behave at a higher level of success. Achievement, recognition, responsibility, and self-satisfaction are all rewards of internal motivators. People who have strong morals and values will achieve success and may do better psychologically because they have a high degree of accomplishment for themselves. Things that motivate an individual externally, such as arriving to work on time, paying bills, and following road signs and lights all have the reward of avoiding punishment. This prompts our behavior and drives to follow those