It is important that when implementing anti-discriminatory practise because there are different factors that could affect different people. The care is vital that they receive, and should be met at a high standard but it may not if someone is judged by their background,
They may not be given the oppourtunity to be involved just because other's haven't got the time of day for them. Due to how dementia affects a client may mean they can not adjust to the time it is now and may be stuck in their past. This may mean they cannot understand what is being asked of them. 1.4 When caring for person with dementia we must remember they are an individual and need to be included in all
Without being able to track our progress, we may become de-motivated and lose sight of the goal altogether. To determine criteria for measuring the goal, ask questions such as: how much? How many? How will I know when it is accomplished? A = ATTAINABLE A key factor in setting goals is to ensure our goals are attainable.
You should offer them the opportunity to make a choice where ever possible, encourage them to make choices and give them praise when they do to help build their confidence. Barriers and ways they can be reduced There are some barriers that may work to prevent active participation but there are also some ways to reduce these barriers. I think one of the most common barriers is when the individual has a poor self-image or a poor self-esteem, it is very important that you support and encourage them so that they feel confident enough to make choices. Another barrier could be the lack of patience of others, it can take time to ensure an individual understands the options and makes a decision, but it is your job to be patient and understanding in these situations, they have a right to equality. Some people you provide care for lack the capacity to make some decisions, in which case you should adapt the choices and the way that you communicate them to suit the individual.
To do this I can ask for feedback from advisers or assessors. I also need to find ways of evaluating myself. Responding to feedback one of the ways in which I can evaluate my current state of knowledge and performance is by asking others for feedback. This is important because it can be hard to be objective about your own performance. Also I may lack skills or knowledge to be aware of what else you should be doing or other ways in which I might work.
o A tendency to avoid reversing changes even if it was not the best choice o In reality, past expenditures are sunk costs and the organization should use a clean slate to look at new choices, but to the manager, this will come at great personal loss. • This relates to strategy because it is important to understand the effect management has on it. o If a manager will suffer personal embarrassment or a loss by adopting a new (although better) strategy, they are more likely to simply stick with the current course of action. o This can be avoided by assessing and addressing the problems of an organization prior to major investments being made o Implication on strategic choice, as they can act for the betterment or detriment of the organization. o Differences in manager’s preferences are specific to their individual personalities, experiences and situations.
Ofsted requirements need to be met and legislation may change so staff must be trained to the right standards and keep up to date with this information, this also benefits the profile of the setting and the care of the children. Staff will be more motivated if they are challenged and are able to widen there knowledge. 1.2 Some potential barriers to professional development can be: Ratios- if staff are of sick or on holiday courses may have to be cancelled as the ratio of the children to adults is important. Money- if the setting is not able to fund courses Courses- if there is not a course that may be of interest to the staff or does not benefit the setting. 1.3 There are many different sources and systems to support professional development these include: Books- settings need to provide up to date books on child development, children’s behaviour, making observations, activity books etc Magazines- magazines such as Nursery world are of great importance as it gives new and up to date information on changes in the nursery sector.
Where one person may be uncertain of how to approach an objective, that thing could be another person's strength. The same could be true down the road where the opposite is the case. While working in a team, it is important to know exactly what the strengths are of the team mates, so that when the time comes the respective person can be put in charge of the task at hand in order to get it handled to the best of the team's ability. It is important to be clear with the team about what is expected of them. A team cannot be effective if there is confusion and chaos in the tasks.
This is necessary to understand because methods that are positive motivators for some employees are not always effective for others. Each individual is driven by specific needs that determine their performance and whether or not they will accept new assignments. If specific needs are not met, it
Another important reason to choose carefully is to avoid someone becoming friends with you because they just want to use you into helping themselves and to their own benefits. Another reason for carefully choosing your friends is that their influences can impact your future. I believe that people need to choose their friends very carefully because there will