It is vital I learn from my mistakes and using reflective practice will help do this. Watching and learning from colleagues while working is important with all their skills and experience they will be able to pass knowledge and advice on to me and assist in any problems I may be having. 1.2 Explain the importance of reflective practice in continuously improving the quality of service provided The social care sector is forever changing so we must constantly change our service to meet the needs of individuals. By using reflective practice we can assess were we may be lacking in knowledge and skills and improve how we work on our own or within a team. Learning from your past and other colleagues advice gives you a better knowledge and understanding of how to deal with situations efficiently and carefully e.g.
Principles of personal development in adult social care setting REF 32 1.1Explain what reflective practice is Reflective practice is about the process of thinking about your practice and taking personal responsibility for improving your professional skills .Reflection enables you to review the positive aspects of your own practice in order to build on successes and to identify areas for improvement or further development. 1.2.Explain the importance of reflective practice in continuously improving the quality of service provided Reflective practice is important way of learning from experiences and improving. Reflective practice identifies areas of practice which are good or successful and areas which are poor. Only when good and poor practice are identifies can an accurate assessment of performance be made. Areas of good
Understand how to reflect om practice in adult social care 1.1 Explain what reflective practice is Reflective practice is simply the process of reflecting on something you have done or a task you have undertaken, looking at it from different perspectives and seeing if you could make any positive changes. 1.2 Explain the importance of reflective practice in continuously improving the quality of service provided. Reflective practice is important in order to ensure that high standards are kept continuously as circumstances and residents change in order to reflect you must continuously be aware of approaches used and how they can be changed or developed to improve continually improving and adapting approaches benefits both residents and careers, ensuring that each individuals needs are met. It also promotes a better level of understanding and acceptance of those different from us, taking on board the opinions, cultures and attitudes of others to ensure a diverse and positively productive daily experience that enables higher levels of understanding from all. 1.3 Explain how standards inform reflective practice in adult social care Standards inform reflective practice because they impact on how I work.
Understanding the individual may challenge your own attitudes and values. Find out about their attitudes and [ beliefs – ignorance can often be a barrier. Understanding may promote tolerance. Be professional at work. Even if you fundamentally disagree with another individual’s attitudes and beliefs, they have the right to hold them, the same right as you have.
I will learn from mistakes I have made and ensure I carry out work duties correctly the next time around. b) What are the benefits of encouraging and accepting feedback from others? Please state at least two. Benefit 1: It will help me do my work tasks better and could open lots of opportunities for me as people will see how hard I work and will give me more varied tasks to carry out which will broaden my skills and work opportunities – the more
If you have struggled with a situation, look back over it and think about what you could have done differently to improve your experience. Always think about how you are working, are you dealing with the situations you are in in the best possible way for you and the individuals involved. 1.2 Explain the importance of reflective practice in continuously improving the quality of service provided Reflective practice helps improve the quality of service provided by continuously evaluating the way in which we work and seeking ways of improving it. By thinking about how we have worked we can identify any problem areas and tackle them. Recognising when or if we are struggling can help with dealing with problems.
Is changing the way you look or act in order to fit in with a certain social group ever a good idea? What might be some benefits and/or drawbacks to doing so?” Some have said that changing your personality, look or act to fit certain group is a bad idea; however, I say we all have different personality or habits and it’s very hard to change other people change other people so I would say people should change or adjust their personality to fit certain group because the person can be socialized and nothing wrong to change and be a better person. Human is a very complicated creature, and because we all have different personality, it makes us more complicated to understand or fit each other’s. Every person with have certain way to conduct others and because of that, a person must be socialized and do not isolated himself with the rest of world else he/she will modernize as everyone else. Many times I see people in school or work that some people cannot hangout with others is either they are stubborn or the group do not want to let the guy in their group because he is so persistent.
Unit 502- Promote professional development 1.1 Explain the importance of continually improving knowledge and practice It is very important to continually maintain and more importantly improve their knowledge and the practice of the staff team and ourselves. This is so that staff work consistently with each other and are working in a way that meets legislation, policy and the service user needs. If staff do not improve or refresh their knowledge then their work practice could be out of date and no longer meet legal requirements as well as the requirements of the service users. By developing staff knowledge this could ensure that their work morale is kept positive and that they are motivated to complete their job correctly as this could empower them in their job role. Most importantly improving knowledge and practice ensures that the service users are getting the care they need in a correct manner.
Some people use scapegoats to escape fear. Lastly, people use scapegoats because they may have low self-esteem. They may need to feel better about themselves because of certain problems that can occur. Societies use scapegoats for a variety of reasons, but it all comes down to the manner in which
People do not like to admit to their failures because they think of it as a sign of weakness. Admitting that you have made a mistake is not a sign of weakness, but an indicator that you have the ability to accept your flaws and take a step in the right direction in order to change the outcome. Many people will blame their failures and misfortune on the life they have been dealt. They will blame society, their race, their lifestyle, or other people. By doing so, the only thing they are accomplishing is pointing the finger.