This was set as an objective on their support care-plan. When I started to provide support to the user, what I did was to assist the user to the shop and first I would explain the process to the user and would demonstrate the whole process whilst the user would clearly observe me doing this. Then I encouraged the user to carry the process out individually maintaining full support from me throughout the transaction. I supported the user in this objective for a number of weeks and eventually he was able to overcome his difficulty in using the chip and pin card independently. I constantly review and reflect on the support care-plan to see if there is a need to change or adapt anything which is implemented if the need
In my team we had numerous of skills that we identified between us. These skills helped us to develop ideas and plan our event plan. as a team we came up with a numerous of ideas that helped us gain success on the actual event day. There were advantages and disadvantages that as a team we had to face, but we overcame all of those problems and we worked together instead of falling apart and not negotiating on a decision. This was one of our key strengths.
Once all of the volunteers submitted the completed questionnaire, we calculated percentages based on their responses. The feedback from the questionnaire showed the following: * Willing to share knowledge and experiences with others- 100% * Enjoy encouraging and motivating others- 100% * Comfortable asking/answering challenging questions- 80% * Not comfortable asking/answering challenging questions- 20% * Want to contribute to other people’s growth and success- 100% * Willingness to invest time in mentoring-100% * Comfortable working as a team- 100% The feedback from the open ended questions showed the following: * Interested in becoming a mentor to improve themselves by gaining skills to assist with career goals * Mentoring enables the opportunity to give back to the community by helping youth * 80% are comfortable answering/asking any topic that may come
Organizing meetings, scheduling work and station posts as well as training is an amazing practicum experience far exceeded my expectations. This experience has opened a whole new door for me. In the first project I managed, I made an effort to incorporate all my colleagues as equal members of a team, soliciting their feedback and deferring to their expertise as needed. Although I juggled many activities at work, I succeeded through persistent work. Completing the projects at the end of the day gave me an
RECOMMENDATION QUESTIONS Recommenders are provided the following guidelines: Please provide a written letter of recommendation. Be sure to include how the applicant ranks comparative to his/her peer group. Other items to consider are the applicant's: * most salient strengths * areas of development, including efforts the applicant has taken to show improvement * team skills and leadership ability * initiative, curiosity and motivation * other matters which you feel we should know about the applicant Alex has worked under me ever since I joined KDB Daewoo in October 2011. Just a few weeks into my new job, I was moved by Alex’s creativity. Not only Alex thinks outside the box, his unique angle of approaching problems really induces other team members to stretch their creativity as well.
Well there is the OHS committee if any staff is interested in being a part of the team, is more than welcome to join as it is a great opportunity to be part of the most productive team of the facility who works together in identifying and resolving health and safety issues; meetings are held bi-monthly if any staff that wish to raise an issue regarding OHS issues, can approach any members of the committee to have their matters raised at the meetings to be discussed, or document them on the meeting agenda notice that are located outside the education room, and then follow up on the issue by either reading the minutes or just by asking the committee members. Active involvement from everyone can help develop a “safety culture” environment which is the success to proper management of incidents and reducing hazards etc. Communicating with one another, is the most effective way that messages are passed on and in order for all staff, residents/relatives, contractors etc are fully aware, which helps prevent incidents/accidents from occurring in the facility, it also creates a much healthier environment for all staff. Staff can participate in OHS matters just being actively on the watch and reporting any equipment that
On a much smaller and more intimate setting, a family of two working to maintain a lifestyle fits the definition of a team. Educators from elementary school through university level have been making use of teams in way of assignments and experiments. I found it interesting it wasn’t until the 1990s the ‘team concept’ evolved, and an increasing number of businesses started making it a priority to work in teams to become cost effective and increase the quality of production. (Gustafson, Kim, Kleiner, Brian 1994). Many work places continue encourage working in teams, due to the efficiency and effective way problems can be solved and goals can be reached.
Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation This summer, entering my senior year, I was able to spend it as an intern at one of the greatest cancer organizations in the nation, the Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation. It was an opportunity given by my magnet coordinator, in order to keep us busy and learn what political leadership is really about. As an intern, at this outstanding organization, I captured so many memories that I will treasure for the rest of life but I also learned many things that have changed my life for the better. To start off, I believe that all of my years as a student in the magnet program have been preparing me for this, my internship because it equipped us with all the necessary tools to be able to handle the job as an intern. All of my magnet classes, from the beginning, taught me all the necessary things in order for me to be ready for my “job.” The teachers, especially, helped us be ready this internship had in store for us.
Working in Teams This week we learnt on the subject of Team Building and Working in Groups. We discussed strategies for forming teams and tips for making teams effective and successful. There is substantial evidence that teams can be effective, especially when tasks are complex and task interdependence is high. We did a fascinating activity called waterbomb and learnt how to work in a team to produce concrete outcomes in a time-constrained situation from this activity. Unfortunately we made only one waterbomb as a team.
Also I would ask if there’s anything I could do as it got closer to the summer. ---Finally Summer--- At last it’s a week before summer; the Director had a meeting for all those that wanted to work for the summer day camp lunch program. I felt excited and nervous at the same time, I thought I had a pretty good chance but there was at least seven (7) other teens there. They said that one (1) person is going to get the job, but they want all of us to have experience turning in an application and have interviews, so we can have experience in the whole process. ----The Big Day---- Finally the big day was here.