They know that they will be included in the planning and all the decision and the contents of the plan is for their benefits. 1.3 - Explain the beliefs and values on which person-centred thinking and planning is based. The beliefs and values of the owner of the plan must be respected, be considered and must be prioritized. In the process of planning, the appointed person who is doing the plan must know and gather knowledge about what they like and what they don’t like. Their plan must be based on what they truly like, what they believe and the values they practices.
Put simply, it is when you walk into a store and evaluate how good or bad the employee treated you, but have you ever thought about how the employee feels. Let us look at how retail employees become bitter and cynical through working at retail stores. For the sake of confusion, and the attempt to alleviate it, we are going to call our employee Dan, and the wonderful establishment he works at Walgreens. Dan, within his first few days of working for Walgreens has learned about the policies, his responsibilities, and given a few lessons on how to give good customer service. Dan is now facing his first customer and asks, “How can I help you?” the customer responds yes and asks where she can find the hair coloring.
Describe the main characteristics of typical customers that you deal with. Identify what impresses your customer and what annoys your customers. Identify who’s who and who does what to deliver customer service in your organisation. Describe the kinds of information you need to give good customer service to customers. Unit Ref.
It is also quite imperceptible to any known method of autopsy." Here the old shop owner is introducing Austin to the “Life Cleaner”, he begins talking about this potion before even mentioning that he sells a “Love Potion”. The shop owner is, in his own way, warning Austin of what most people come back for. "How carefully she will look after you! She will never allow you to be tired, to sit in a draught, to neglect your food.
The Big Kahuna is a movie about three salesmen who organize a convention to get clients to sell them lubricants. Larry, Phil and Bob are the principal characters of the movie with different views of the world and different beliefs. During the convention they are trying to find “The Big Kahuna” a very important business man, Dick Fuller. What they don’t know is that the inexperienced Bob is the one that found him without even knowing it. At the end of the meeting they figure out that Bob had been talking to Mr. Fuller and Phil and Larry want him to find him at keep talking to him so they can sell him lubricants.
The themes of character and integrity are apparent in Robert Cormier’s, The Chocolate War. Cormier made the main character Jerry no stranger to adversity. With his mother dyeing and having a small frail body, in order to survive Jerry was going to have to overcome. He sees his opportunity comes when the annual chocolate sale arrives. Should he participate like everyone is told to, or go against the grain and disturb the universe-a poster posted in his locker that stares back at him every day.
The novel's protagonist, Winston Smith , is a junior member of the party in charge of "correcting" the books and newspaper articles already published, in order to make that change, and found true the forecasts made by the Party, he also deals with change the written history, thus helping to fuel the reputation of infallibility of the Party itself. Apparently it is a type malleable, but Winston really uncomfortable with the constraints of the party and fails to adjust his mind to doublethink. Beside him, two other characters act: Julia, of which Winston is in love (despite the prohibitions of the party) is a young man who fits the party for convenience only, and O'Brien, a senior
“Contents of the Dead Man’s Pocket” by Jack Finney and “A Sound of Thunder” by Ray Bradbury both relate to the critical lens. “Contents of the Dead Man’s Pocket” by Jack Finney relates to the lens because they protagonist, Tom has to decide between two important things in his life, his work and his wife. Tom has a chance to become the “Boy Wizard of whole sale groceries.” For him to be able to get the promotion he has to type a paper, and the heading of it is, “Interoffice Memo”. This relates to the lens because Tom wants to get the promotion but his wife also is going to the movies and he was supposed to go with her. Instead he needed to stay home and finish his work so he can get the promotion.
By applying my personal values, and my beliefs that the ethical conduct should be directed toward to achieve the good for the organization (KFF), I will encourage the employees and motivate them to work all together for the best of all (organization as a whole). I will develop rules of ethical conduct for the employees to follow in order to achieve what is the best for the customers, and the organization. However, I will create a pleasant environment at the workplace, where the employees enjoy learning and working together for the betterment of KFF. My main goal would be to achieve measurable results. As a manager, my key concepts would be improvement, efficiency, productivity, effectiveness, and greatest good for greatest number of persons.
Still somewhat confused, Ray seeks guidance from his father, Frank. Frank offers his solicited advice when he is told that Ray is considering giving in to Debra by simply accepting her abrupt outbursts. His advice begins with morally stand up for yourself as a man and “Before you know it, what used to be a bad mood becomes her only mood. And then you become like me, where not a day goes by that I don’t wish a comet was screamin’ towards earth to bring me sweet relief.” Ray eventually goes to the pharmacy store and brings home seemingly every type of PMS symptoms relief, only to walk into a fiery