A personal work plan helps us to stay organized, meet deadlines and complete all the tasks involved in our job. If there is not any personal work plan, it could lead to a build up of stress. The best way how to create the personal work plan is to make a daily list of tasks that need to be done, update the plan daily, crossing off completed tasks and adding new tasks that need to be done. Urgent tasks can be highlighted. The personal plan: * Helps to focus our mind on important tasks * We are less likely to forget to do tasks * Saves time * Helps to decide on priorities * We feel more in control * There is a record of what we have done * There is always something to work on Also creating the personal work plan is important because it allows an employee the opportunity to show a manager how he/she plans to accomplish the things that are being asked of him/her.
It is vital for management to be aware and up to date with relevant legislation and information, as it is a part of their role to guide, support and influence other staff to do well in their own roles. As a member of management your own professional development not only impacts on yourself but also other staff, the Agency and the people who use the service. Staff must also ensure continuous professional development through reading policies and procedures to ensure they are working within the Agency’s set guidelines, attending and participating in team meetings in order for them to have input in to possible changes and discuss with colleagues good and bad working practices to ensure continuity in care. Staff must also be provided with training opportunities to update knowledge and ensure understanding as well as reading materials for informational purposes. In regards to the care industry, improving knowledge and practice ensures a happier, productive and more effective workforce and provides a sense of happiness, comfort, safety and well-being for service users therefore personal development is extremely important.
By focusing attention on setting understandable performance expectation, it will help the employees know what is expected of them to be successful on the job. HRM defines career development goals as part of the process they make it very clear how the current position supports employee growth and additional opportunities the employee may explore. HRM should inspire employees to strive and achieve the company’s mission statement and objectives. Corporation and the employees should understand how an employee contributes to the organization. With customary discussions on feedback, coaching and position updates encourage flexibility.
Also having a clear understanding of customer expectations and values is essential, as they are important to meet the demands and thus assists the organisation in achieving their personal goals. As well as customer demands and product development, observing and learning within the industry assists in determining direction and avoiding any mistakes. Simple standards that would be expected by me on the ways in which I organise my time and management of all tasks would be my position as to who I report to, what my daily today tasks are and what it reports are expected from me throughout the day. Knowledge would be an impact on me when it comes to managing time. This is because it prioritises me to set my tasks from important to less important.
AC 1.1 Communication is important at work for many reasons. Your team must be able to interact with each, this will help the work or job get done. As quickly and effectively as possible. Also this helps morale within the team, and helps more free following communication to continue. For work to take place the manager or leader must be able to communicate to the tem what she requires.
Evaluate theoretical approaches to professional supervision It is important that supervisions are conducted on a regular basis to promote the professional development of the staff member and to resolve any issues that the staff member may be facing whether that be in the work place or in their personal lives. Supervisions are used to monitor working performance and to ensure that the staff member is working within the regulations of the code of practice, local nand national policy guidance and the company polices and procedures. Supervisions give both the staff member and the supervisor the opportunity to build an effective, open relationship where experiences and guidance is used and shared to improve working performance. The supervision can also be used as a training model setting goals and targets for the staff member to reach. Therefore improving personal competence and performance.
An effective planning, scheduling and cost control system allows us to improve our efficiency in a wide array of areas. Good planning and scheduling allows us to have better pre-job meetings by developing a “Master Construction Plan” and enables us to make estimating a more exact science. We are better able to manage our projects when labor demands and equipment schedules are pre-determined. All these things will help to hold us all more accountable in a post-job meeting by providing invaluable constructive feedback. This is needed and essential to our success but is dependent upon our ability to assimilate correct information.
Best practices for supervisors. Axia College of University of Phoenix Judith Hein For a supervisor to be able to effectively manage those employees under them, that supervisor needs to know some of the best practices in the areas of communication. Orientation and training, improving productivity, performance appraisals, resolving conflicts and improving relations among employees are examples of said practices. These practices will help to minimize problems within the company in each of these areas. A supervisor needs to be able to keep these practices in mind when working daily with their employees because these are common problem areas that can be displayed on a day by day basis.
Coaching or mentoring new employees is also a great way to train employees and it has the added bonus of a more personal touch that can be very effective. Managers should always monitor the training process to make sure that the benefits of the training program are maximized. The training process consists of three phases: (1) needs assessment, (2) development and conduct of training, and (3) evaluation. (Gomez-Mejia, et al., 2010 p. 250) The needs assessment phase identifies the needs and the problems that need to be addressed in the training program. The development and conduct phase is specifically designed by the needs of the company.
* Effective Decision Making is vital to a team’s progress. Team members should be aware of various methods of decision making and when and how to use these methods. This will enable them to collect the information needed and understand and problems to enable them to make the right decision. * Balanced Participation to make sure that all members of the team are fully involved and actively contributing to discussions and meetings. By listening to everyone’s opinions they will feel a valued member of the team which will improve their wellbeing and job satisfaction.