This will save time in the long run, which should encourage most employees despite their initial frustration with the management system change. A series of training and preparation with individualized tutorials might mitigate some anticipated resistance. Inadequate communication may also cause resistance. Management will make the major decisions with regard to the scheduled change; it is their obligation to clarify these decisions to subordinates within the company. Management is also expected to properly handle the inevitable questions and grievances; it is important to avoid misinterpretation regarding the procedural
When starting with others say you should except that other may not care for what you say causing controversy. It doesn’t always have to start out with a disagreement, but using other resources to start out a paper is always useful because later in the text the reader gets to see if you dis/agree with what others say. Once you have used what others have said be sure to continue it later through out the text. It reminds the reader what you are talking about and it allows you to keep track of not getting off the main subject. If you start jumping around in the text the reader won’t be able to follow along.
Once the barriers have been identified I should look to overcome these. Barriers can be overcome and this can improve my skills and knowledge. These are the barriers that I am likely to face: • Not enough funding to access training • Training courses being cancelled • Not enough time • Language barriers • Some learners think they know it all so don’t understand why they have to do refresher training • Social and personal barriers, where some people cannot attend due to not having child care or appointments may clash with training • Health issues. There are times we have to change dates for learners due to having previous appointments or they have unexpected personal problems so we rebook for them to attend on the next available training course. These
When a dilemma arises, my responsibility is to support individuals or their families to make informed choices. Even if I disagree with their decision, I can only give advice but can not force them. If an individual is willing to do something that involves some risk, I have to support people to make informed choices. Totally avoiding risks would limit individual’s choices and opportunities and it can lead to dependency and depression. I have to act in the person’s best interest but instead of encouraging them to avoid risks I have to support them and enable them to taking part in activities.
If technology continues to develop at this rate, people will slowly begin to depend on it just as much as Mildred did. People nowadays forget about the conventional things in life and allow themselves to be consumed by a world of technology. People have now begun to rely on technology such as portable devices for entertainment. This increase in use of technology will cause more people to stop reading for fun and begin experimenting with these new gadgets. Even though these devices come with many ways to read, most people do not use this to their advantage.
In other words, as we get older, we have a harder time with distractions online with the Internet, Facebook, and such. Finally, some people say that using Google will make a person stupid, which is true for some, but others like me, actually use it for research and to learn as well. Experienced Internet users actually showed increased brain activity, with more advanced decision-making skills and complex reasoning. In simple terms, the inexperienced Internet users lagged behind. This is either a win or lose for using Google, it help some, but also fails others.
To provide person centred practice all staff should give their service user freedom of choice, even if they don’t agree with the choices being made. Staff has to respect the choice of the individual. By not allowing a service user to make choices, even if this could pose a risk to them could have a negative impact on them as they are not being able to live as they wish. If a service user makes a decision that could pose a risk to them, we cannot physically stop them from doing so, we can advise against it but ultimately they have the
After completing a risk assessment it will enable all concerned to think about potential hazards in situations and activities and how to minimize the risks. Being able to choose what you want to do and what risks are involved and how to avoid them is being in control of your life. It is important that concerns about risks don't get in the way of individuals living their life in the way that they wish to. Using a risk assessment can show you ways to do something you thought you couldn't do, just in a different way. To maintain as much independance as is possible.
There is a danger that efforts to develop person centred planning simply focus on having better meetings. Any planning without implementation leaves people feeling frustrated and cynical, which is often worse than not planning at all. Very often you will only be caring for and supporting people when they are in a vulnerable position. The quality of care that you can provide will be improved if you have knowledge of the whole person, not just the current circumstances: knowledge can help us for example to understand better why people behave in the way they do. A care plan, based on a person centred approach, will help in understanding some of this, but what else might help?
There are people who say that this generation is the dumbest because of lack of ability to focus for long periods of time. Also people might say that technology is making this generation lazy. Others might believe that this generation isn’t the dumbest. They might think that technology is helping us adapt to the world around them due to the fact that the world is run by technology. Even though this generation might be losing some ability to focus for long periods of time, technology is helping us adapt to the ever-changing world.