The policies and procedures explain what is expected of me in my role and what is also not acceptable. It describes how my employer requires me to perform within my specific job role. If there is failure to do this, it could cause harm or danger to myself or others. This may result in disciplinary actions. The term also refers to the care plan, to implement agreed ways of working when following the care plan.
Sometimes an employee may not fully understand a particular task and what is expected of them. Constructive criticism can be the perfect form of communication for explaining the details about what the employee was doing wrong. It can also be used to explain the necessary steps needed to get them going in the right direction. An important part of explaining criticism to someone is not to pick out personality flaws. The action that needs to be corrected or behavior that is being displayed is the issue.
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. If needs have been identified then additional training can be arranged to help you become more effective in your role and improve your confidence. When considering reflective practice you need to be open to ideas and criticisms of others. Your should reflect on your own work and the work of others around you. You need to be constantly thinking of ways to develop and improve your practice and be able to
Future Goals Professional Competence is important with every aspects of any person’s career life. When aspiring to preform or give the very best service to a client or potential client. There is a path or pattern set for success. In order to set such a goal, A professional ethical moral and standard plays a large part in the choices and dictions that are made in that area of expertise. To ensure that the client is provided the best of service that can be offered.
Managing my work priorities and professional development requires me to be a positive role model; have good traits; ensure my work goals and plans reflect the organisation’s; meet my job responsibilities; maintain my personal performance; prioritise my work; use technology to organise and manage my work; maintain a work-life balance; meet required competency standards; determine my developmental needs; take advantage of my learning opportunities; use feedback to improve my competence; use networks to increase my knowledge and develop relationships, and ensure that I acquire new skills to maintain my competitive edge. A good role model is someone who others can look up to and admire. They take leadership on the issues they believe in, influence the decisions of others and guide their actions. To ensure that I acted as a positive role model for my employees and everyone within the workplace, I will need to demonstrate the following steps: Firstly, I will have to set out a good example and present myself as to how I want others to present themselves. Everything I do from the way I dress to the way I speak will be imitated and emulated by others.
The role of the team leader is to motivate people to effective and hard work to the highest standards by promoting positive teamwork and by acknowledging their efforts. A Team leader should be able to recognise and understand that the team is build by people of different values and personalities; help people achieve work related and personal goals and bring out what's the best in them. Very often A team leader acts as a link between line staff and senior management of the organisation. In my workplace both team leaders are the link between the team and senior administration manager and director manager of Women’s' Services. 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.
An employee also needs to develop the capacity or the skills to perform or work. Another important aspect of performance management is to periodically rate the performance of each and every employee or team member. A good way to keep employees motivated and performing well is to reward the good performance of each employee who does well. Planning work for any organization is very important. It is very important for the work to be planned out in advance to ensure success.
Personal Reflection Assessment Managing my work priorities and professional development requires me to act as a good role model who has the traits of an effective leader; ensure that my work goals and plans reflect the organization’s goals and plans; meet my job responsibilities; measure and maintain my personal performance; priorities work; use technology to organize and manage my work; maintain a work/life balance; meet required competency standards; determine my developmental needs; take advantage of learning opportunities; gather feedback from others about my personal performance and use it to improve my competence; use networks to increase my knowledge, gain new skills and develop relationships, and to ensure that I acquired new skills to maintain my competitive edge. What makes a good role model and how would I ensure that I acted as a role model for employees I supervise? Effective role models possess desirable characteristics that make them easy to look up to. They inspire others to make changes and strive toward new goals. Characteristics that a role model possesses includes high moral values, confidence, who is hardworking, respectful, has an optimistic outlook on life and can find creative solutions to their problems in the workplace.
PROJECT 1. In my opinion things that would make me a good role model are things like being desirable, have high energy, being able to prioritize, being courageous showing that I am committed and I am dedicated to hard work, I am creative, and I have goal orientations and I am enthusiastic and I am dedicated to helping others grow and succeed. Traits of effective leaders that I have are focus, passionate, decisive, and honest. I can develop these traits by focussing on them and practicing them every day. How I can ensure that my work goals will fit in with the organisations is to find out what the organisations goals and plans are and then to match them to my goals and plans.
To capitalize on their coaching investment, organizations must work to nurture this type of pro-development culture. The importance of a coaching culture in promoting engagement with coaching has been highlighted by a number of authors (Cox, 2012; Gormley & Van Nieuwerburgh, 2014). Anderson, Frankovelgia, and Hernez- Broome (2009) surmised that a coaching culture with more trust and openness in the organization leads to more participation and transparent organizational decision- making. Further, this survey revealed the following range of organizational benefits from having a coaching culture: 1) Employee performance, 2) Engagement and retention, 3) Collaboration and teamwork, and 4) An improved ability to execute strategy and adapt to