M2: Explain how life factors and events may interrelate to influence on individuals development Case study 1: John was made redundant as senior manager in a high street clothes shop. As a result, he is experiencing high levels of stress, he worries that he will not be able to pay his bills and feed his family. As a coping strategy John resulted to smoking and heavy drinking, where in most evenings his family find him passed out or drunk. This has been a difficult time for both John and his family. The events in Johns life that interrelate to effect his further development is that he has been made redundant and has taken up smoking and heavy drinking.
Though John had sympathy for the family pressures she was facing, but her unpleasant behavior was affecting the efficiency of the entire team and the organization. On the other hand, Andy another employee with CES and a team member for the waste management committee, made it worse by creating negativity in the mind of Vincent on the very first day of his office. Vincent resigned his earlier job because of the internal politics and did not want the same issues again. Vincent tough tried in altering Gwen’s job description but knew she won’t be satisfied with that too. John’s inability to anticipate issues and take up steps to resolve the conflict arising due to the Vincent’s presence is harming the output of the organization.
The organisation could also be fined by not complying with the law which would have a negative effect with exposure in the media. Organisations would have a reduction in patient and public confidence and so their reputation would be affected and patients would choose to have their care else where. Members of staff would also have a decrease in confidence with the organisation and their stress levels will increase. On the individual: This could cause further complications to their primary condition increasing their recovery time and possibly giving them a lengthy stay in a hospital setting. Patients may be forced to stay off work which will lead to a loss of earnings putting more stress on the individual and their families, possibly leaving a patient needing treatment for depression.
“Elderly men have the highest rates of suicide in the nation” (Mauk, 2010, p. 363). The loss of his fiercely held independence, as well as being a widower, makes Mr. Trosack very vulnerable to depression (Mauk, 2010, p. 341). 5. Lack of family support due to denial of his current health issues and their busy lives. This lack of support could result in his non-compliance to the appropriate plan of care resulting in delayed or deferred health improvement.
It really portrays the destitute of many couples that are struggling to live day to day. The bad decisions they made that cost them dearly. Know without Linda’s extra income he is evicted from his apartment. Chris meets a man standing beside a very nice car and asked him what he did for a
With the growth of Southwest Airlines it reached to 35,000 of workers and its culture stated to get change. As the company growing management didn’t able to keep track on their workers and their needs. That was a big fail for the company because the company and its workers used to maintain a great relationship between them for a very long time. Workers started to complain about staff shortage and their low wages. These incidents affect directly for the company’s overall performance.
Losing My Grandfather Losing someone who can’t be replaced by anyone else is harder than losing a million dollars. I have been deeply affected by my past experience of learning to overcome disturbances and finding out that there are some things that can’t be forgotten. I was 7 years old when my grandfather got very ill. Doctors told us that he may not live for too long due to cancer. I knew I was going to lose my grandfather. What I didn’t know was that the fact of how difficult it was going to be to overcome the feeling of being lonely, since he left me and my family.
The airline industry needed three thousand more pilots each year to make up for the shortage. The shortage was caused by thousands of pilots retiring every year. It was also caused by the lack of hours of first officers (Thompson, Strickland, & Gamble, 2009). The airline industry has
He has been working himself nearly to death, and suddenly finds himself out of a job when the staff at the newspaper he writes for decides to strike. Each Tuesday, he learns from Morrie, his that he needs to reassess his life, and to value love over money, and happiness over success. Morrie Schwartz - Mitch's favorite professor from Brandeis University, and the focus of the book, Morrie now suffers from ALS Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, also known as Lou Gherig's disease, a debilitating, incurable disease which
Many people are choosing other fields of study to avoid the financial difficulties of aviation. There are not enough new pilots to fill the seats of the retiring pilots. Airline pilots over the age of 40 are required to renew their medical certificates, required for flight, every 6 months. The medical certificate is called a first class medical certificate for aviation and can only be obtained by taking an extensive physical exam by a physician licensed by the FAA to give the exam. You would think that they would be healthy enough to fly until they are 80.