Unit LD 302 Support person-centred thinking and planning 1.1 - Explain what person-centred thinking is, and how it relates to person-centred reviews and person-centred planning. Person centred thinking is a set of values, skills and tools that can be used in person centred planning. It is the foundation in doing the plan to make it works. A person must have a set values or a thought that the centre of the plan is the owner of the plan and everything in it is for its benefits. 1.2 - Explain the benefits of using person-centred thinking with individuals.
Clear performance expectations are a critical factor in teamwork success. Whether the goal is to develop a project team, departmental team, or a sense of teamwork company-wide, clear performance expectations support teamwork success (Bogardus, 2009). Use clear performance expectations to help your employees develop accountable, productive, meaningful, participatory teamwork. A lack of clear performance expectations is cited as a key contributing factor to employee happiness or unhappiness at work. In a poll about what makes a bad boss bad, the majority of respondents said that their manager did not provide clear direction (Bogardus, 2009).
Individual Task Outcomes are important because it gives the employee an opportunity to set and achieve goals. Behaviors are not quite as important as Task Outcomes but, are a good indicator of the type of employee the individual will become. If they are enthusiastic about their work then, they are a valuable asset to the company. A 360-Degree Performance Evaluation involves the individual’s superiors, peers, and subordinates. These individuals submit anonymous reviews of the employee being evaluated.
The manager will have recognised the need for this coaching, which comes between facilitating and delegating on the leadership scale, and will then use it both long and short term. It is very effective in engaging the learner and helping them to reach their full potential by them working out their own solutions and asking questions of the coach. Resources can be used on a day to day basis to sustain learning. Coaching is" a process that enables learning and development to occur and thus performance to improve. To be a successful coach requires a knowledge and understanding of process and as well as the variety of skills styles and techniques that are appropriate to the context in which the coaching takes place."
The below are what I think the traits of an effective leader show – it also explains if I have these traits and how I would develop them: • Empathy: I would create a legitimate connection with my staff – this makes it less likely that personal issues and bitterness will come about, and destroy the team morale. I believe when your team knows that you are empathetic to their concerns, they will be more likely to work with you and share in your vision, rather than
2. Give two examples of problems that are usually outside the limits of a team leader’s authority to deal with (2 marks) • Dismissal of staff – Higher management must give authority. • Changing a current process – Adequate testing and authorisation from higher management will be needed. Know how to seek, accept and respond positively to feedback on personal performance to improve workplace performance 3. Obtain feedback from others on your own performance as a team leader/potential team leader and use this feedback to identify one strength and one area for improvement (2 marks) • Strength – I always give positive and constructive feedback to staff members regarding development areas, praising and building on their strengths whilst introducing improvement areas.
It not only encourages employees to perform their job well, but also to go beyond their current situation. However, different employee need be motivated in different ways based on their different personality and needs. At the same time, different tasks should be motivated differently based on intrinsic or extrinsic rewards as well. Precision works as a lean manufacturer; they are looking and expecting the best practice to improve the productivity. Therefore, hearing from local teams’ new ideas is valuable for the company to improve the productivity and eliminate wasted time, effort and motion.
Many employers now evaluate the applicant’s credit report, although it does the employer no good knowing what companies you have or have not paid it tells them a whole lot about how responsible the person is; which is one of the most essential skills needed to be successful in today’s workforce. In my opinion, the most ideal employee will have the skills of being punctual, honest, responsible, kind, being able to work well with others, and being willing to further their education. They will also have the knowledge of knowing when to use their resources and where to find the information needed, and to not be fearful of the consequences when they make a mistake and being honest enough to verbalize it. The skill of being punctual speaks for itself when working any job it is important that you are clocked in and ready to work when you shift starts. Not only because you have a job of which, is organized based on your scheduled hours, but also for the respect of your co- workers.
In order to become a great leader, you need to be a follower first. Here are the three reasons why a leader should be a follower first: Better understanding of the plight of subordinates A leader who came from the ranks usually knows and understands the plight of his or her underlings. You won't only be able to empathize with your teammates, but you will also know the tricks under their sleeves. You will know when to show compassion and when to be strict. It is a known fact that employees or followers have tendencies to procrastinate, look for ways to make their jobs easier even if the quality isn't good, and try to steal company resources, such as time and supplies.