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. Not only the specific projects, Gwen’s behavior and John’s is leading to voluntary exists of other employees. Symptoms of the problem: • Gwen’s Incivility towards Vincent • John’s failure to address Gwen for her misbehavior • Voluntary exists of employees • Partial behavior towards Gwen by allowing her to print Visiting cards not as per her job description. • Gwen’s Bossy Attitude towards employees Case Analysis and Solutions The above case deals with the effect of counterproductive behavior of Gwen, and lack of management qualities in John, which further led to a situation of role ambiguity in the organization. Gwen had been contributing towards the
Unit 12 2.1explain how individuals experience discrimination due to misinformation The attitudes people have towards those of us with mental health problems mean it is harder for them to work, make friends and in short, live a normal life. -People become isolated -They are excluded from everyday activities -It is harder to get or keep a job -People can be reluctant to seek help, which makes recovery slower and more difficult -Their physical health is affected. This is because society in general has stereotyped views about mental illness and how it affects people. Many people believe that people with mental ill health are violent and dangerous, when in fact they are more at risk of being attacked or harming themselves than harming other people.
was a care home registered to Castlebeck Care Ltd a report by CQC had found that they had failed to ensure that people living at Winterbourne View were adequately protected from risk, including the risks of unsafe practices by its own staff. The report shows in several areas where the system failed these were •The managers did not ensure that major incidents were reported to the Care Quality Commission as required. • Planning and delivery of care did not meet people's individual needs. • They did not have robust systems to assess and monitor the quality of services. • They did not identify, and manage, risks relating to the health, welfare and safety of patients.
Unit 4222-224 Support individuals to manage continence Understanding factors that affected the management of continence 1. Difficulties with continence Low self-esteem Lack of dignity A feeling of loosing independence Affecting employment Embarrassment Feeling of isolation Depression Distress Individuals may avoid getting help with there incontinence due to embarrassment discussing the subject. Some people avoid going out in public because of the fear of a “accident”. incontinence is one of the main reasons why a person may end up in care, they or there casers can no longer manage there continence. Individuals may reduce there intake of fluids or food to reduce the risk of a “accident”, this in time can result in infections
A submissive person usually fears upsetting others because they do not wish to hurt their feelings or fear them. Submissive people also usually assume that they are to blame for things, even if they are not. They also accept culpability when singled out by others. Avoidance Behaviour Avoidance behaviour is when a person distracts themselves from an activity or task to which an unpleasant emotion is attached to. Usually this emotion is fear.
Service settings must be designed for every individual who finds it hard to get to services. Psychological barriers: Psychological barriers may include, fear, for example, the service user is too scared to leave home, anxiety, depression, the service user’s own belief that they cannot be helped, the service user failing to recognise their need for help, perhaps even ignoring the problem, a lack of understanding about low health facilities can be used. An example of psychological barriers to health services would be a fear of going to the chosen health service because of coming into contact with the super bug or even attending a physic and being scared to loose independence or of not wanting to be looked after. Financial barrier: A financial barrier is where someone is unable to afford to access something because they are unable to make the payments
We care mostly because we’re scared. We’re worried about how others will perceive us. This constant worrying lowers our self-confidence. We are so concerned about others’ opinions of us that sometimes we lose ourselves in the process. We’ll act how we expect other people to act, and in doing so we aren’t true to ourselves.
Unfortunately, the general society is unforgiving toward those with special needs or differences. Those who don’t understand may become frustrated or have harsh words toward the individual exhibiting the TBI symptoms. This new treatment by the public may cause the individual to turn inward or stop seeking social experiences. Support of family members, close friends and therapists can alleviate some of these stress and anxiety felt by the
The three important things that should be avoided are dishonesty, not having a strong communication ethic with your partner, and having very little or even no common interest in likes, dislikes and social standings. In most cases if any of these three keys are broken it usually leads to an end of a relationship. Dishonesty can be defined as deceitfulness shown in someone's character or behavior. Therefore if one partner is dishonest to the other, the trust between two individuals is broken. Most things that is or is could said in the future can usually be questioned.