In other words, they are successful or lack effectiveness because of their beliefs, values, culture of origin and ethics which is the personality trait approach. For example, some people make the case that high moral values are essential to success; however, many do not buy this idea either due to their cultures, values and beliefs. The leadership questionnaire added some understanding of traits approach. My scores on the questionnaire made the description even more important and give me some insight to know that the things done today can make a positive change in the next generation. The skills approach is acceptable to me and I think it is the best of all the
It enables me to consider new approaches which could be applied and develop a greater self-awareness. Over all it can help me to provide a better service of care to the service users. 1.3 Explain how standards inform reflective practice an adult social care. Standards such as : Code of practice, Regulations and Essential standards have been put in place to provide a way of identifying what is required for good practice, they enable professional development and help me to think about my professional accountability. These standards give me something to measure my practice against and help me to improve myself where possible.
The value depends on the reliability and validity of the research findings and management's willingness to accept and act on its findings. In general, the most valuable information tends to cost the most because it requires more intensive methods, but of course it is easy to spend a great deal of money on poorly conceived
Maximizers are people that try to make the best choice possible while satisficers tend to make choices that are “‘good enough”’. Schwartz believes that the reason maximizers are more affected by decision making is because of opportunity cost. Opportunity cost is what happens when an individual makes a choice between several other choices given limited knowledge of the outcome. Assuming the decision maker makes the best choice the “cost” of that choice is not knowing the outcome of the second best choice available. This is the factor that haunts maximizers and causes them to overthink their decisions which makes them regret their original choice.
(LSI Human Synergistic www.humansynergistic.com) I really enjoyed taking the LSI questionnaire. I believe it has given me a much better understanding of my personality in regards to my management potential and individual characteristics. With that being said, the following is my interpretation of my LSI survey. The above illustration shows my different styles. Interpretation Personal Thinking Styles My powers are with the CONSTRUCTIVE Styles with (11, 12, 1, &2 o`clock Positions) reflects selfenhancing thinking and behavior that contribute to one level of satisfaction, ability to develop healthy relationships and work effectively with people and proficiency at accomplishing tasks.
A pessimist is better prepared for the steady disappointments of life, while an optimist is frustrated. And yet, though less prepared to handle letdowns, an optimist is more likely to quickly recover from particularly challenging obstacles on account of his or her positive outlook. Regarded in this manner, even an entirely
Unit R/602/3036 Unit 11 PRINCIPLES OF PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT IN ADULT SOCIAL CARE 1.1 Reflective practice is looking back over something you have done and thinking about how it went. You would reflect on what went well, what didn’t go so well and what you could improve on next time. 1.2 Reflective practice is very important as it improves services because people learn from their own experiences. People self-evaluate so they can set themselves higher targets which then helps them improve their skills and knowledge which leads to a continuously improved service. 1.3 Standards are set to the way we should be working.
Conflict Management Plan 1. Identify the available conflict management strategies and their strengths and weaknesses. Strategy | Strengths | Weaknesses | Avoidance | Trivial problems can be solved quickly | There may be bigger problems | Competition | Can get the problem solved quickly | Can create more conflict | Accommodation | Can help the manager see the root of the problem | Issues may be more important to the team members than they are to the management | Collaboration | Aims for a win-win outcome | Win-Win outcomes are not always possible | Compromise | Everyone’s feelings are being addressed | Someone may not be willing to give up their idea | 2. Which of the available conflict management strategies is most appropriate for the current situation with Clyde and Dan? Provide your rationale, including what factors you considered in making your selection.
L3 HSC Technical Certificate unit worksheet Unit 302 - Principles of personal development in adult social care settings The numbers in the bracket after each question relate to the assessment criteria in the standards 1. Explain what reflective practice is (1.1.1) Reflective practice is the process of looking back on what you have done or a task you have completed and evaluating whether you have completed the task correctly or if you could make positive changes. 2. Explain the importance of reflective practice in continuously improving the quality of service provided (1.1.2) It is important to use reflective practise in the care setting as it will help to improve the quality of care. It will improve this as the carer will by continuously looking back and what they have already done and finding ways to improve this if necessary.
Theoretical models explain how people develop, allow for continual research, development and empirical evidence to provide and support effect outcomes which reinforces good practice. “If valid theories of counselling and therapy are transmitted to clients, they may increase the accuracy with which clients can predict the consequences of their behaviours and, hence, gain more control over their lives. Nelson-Jones (2011). The psychodynamic theory originated from one of