I work as a team to improve the best care for the services users and for the staff to enjoy the environment they work in. 1.2
The young adults I communicate with are autistic and therefore it is vitally important that I am able to communicate to them, this could be through Makaton, schedules and communicate on an IPAD. It is my responsibility to ensure that all staff are able to use these different styles of communication. 1.2 Explain how to support effective communication within own job
The best allocation is when work fully fits: Capabilities of team member - they have all powers and instruments to effectuate the allocated work dynamically, seamlessly and on-time. Interests of team member - they feels enthusiastic and motivated about the assignment. He has no pressing competing tasks preventing him from being effective. Ambitions of team member - they are ready to reveal their talents, ideas and strength on this job. Competency - includes a range and depth of professionalism making a person capable of doing certain works.
3). Human resources’ goal and strategy is to provide the employee impartial treatment, evaluations that prove fairness with consistency in support of creative talent through continued training and development. Support demonstrated to employees encourages good “attitudes towards authority, norms of interpersonal interaction, labour–management relationships, social norms of individual or group behaviour, and [respected] professional standards” according to Harzing & Ruysseveldt (2010, p. 22). This becomes central to the success of an organization and the creation of stakeholders believing and entrusting the value of the organization. The alignment of human resources’ strategy with the organizations, balances the strength of LG among its global
Performance Management systems are necessary to both monitor and evaluate the practices work flow and goals and to ensure the best productivity from staff by setting clear goals and providing the opportunity for staff training and development. When correctly designed and implemented as a genuine attempt to help employees reach their full potential, regular performance appraisals can be a great motivational tool that contributes significantly to the organisations success. Acknowledging a staff members strengths and efforts makes them feel confident and appreciated, while helping them identify their weaknesses. It allows us to put strategies in place and develop training plans to strengthen these areas. A satisfied and efficient team makes a happy and productive workplace which goes a long way towards increasing the success and profitability of a business.
These goals need to link with the organisations goals and KPI’s to help create a more efficient workplace. These goals become your team’s/team member’s performance measures in the form of KPI’s, These KPI’s measure your team’s effectivness and assist in highlighting strengths and weaknessess in the team. 2) Create and maintain a supportive, committed team How members of a team relate to each other dictates how successful that team will be, so having a supportive and committed team is critical and can make a significant difference on the performance of individuals and the team as a whole. Establish your teams rules, the ground rule are a set of standards that address how
degrees, coaching and self-directed study. Staff development is important for the individual as it allows them to see how far they have come, appreciate what they have achieved and allows them to realise how far they can go if they work for it. It also benefits the organisation they work for. If an individual has
Trust is developed by clearly defining roles, expectations, and goals. This develops a familiarity between the different team members, which helps to produce a shared vision and reliance on each other and improves the team’s effectiveness (Bethea, Holland, & Reddick 2014). A highly effective team uses its shared vision and defined goals to foster a sense of group harmony. This allows for problems to be solved and goals to be achieved. With each problem solved or goal achieved, excitement grows within the team and a sense of accomplishment is felt once the process is completed (Bethea, Holland, & Reddick 2014).
Management Interview Paper HCS 413 Angie Wellman May 23, 2011 Successful organizations have already implemented methods when it is concerning internal and external services. The correlations between these two services are accomplished when each services knows what to be expected from them at the very beginning. To be accomplished and profitable in this coordination, both internal and external services need to understand the importance of communication. Communication between the employees of each service and their organization along with each other. Having good coordination of services all parties involved must have a good working relationship, have the same goals, knowledge, and working respect for