If I work as part of a team, I will need to work alongside colleagues and share a workload. If there are good relationships, then working becomes easier because people will co-operate and trust develops. The key relationships are with the people you support. Your skills in building a relationship will be an important part of ensuring that the identified outcomes are met. People who have decide that they want some support in their lives need to be sure that they are working with someone who is honest and trustworthy, can keep confidences and is committed to working in their best interest.
Shc 31 1.2 When working at my Day Centre, I work as part of a team, this means I need to be a good team player and get along with all other staff members as well as our clients. If I don’t communicate well then this can limit my ability to connect with others in a meaningful way. This could lead to conflict, mistrust and cause me to be excluded by my work colleagues. Positive communication skills like listening, open ended questions as well as calm tone of voice help to unite people and make their relationship grow stronger. When people communicate effectively and express clearly what they need the other person to understand and allow others to do the same, what ever level you are communicating at, then a exchange of information takes place which becomes clear and understood, which help things get done or happen, Ineffective communication has an opposite effect and can cause barriers or segregation from your work colleagues and hinder promotional aspects.
This will be due to the learning involved from working with others. By working a part of a team, it is important to ensure that you are focusing on all of the objectives given to you and ensure they are completed efficiently and effectively. When working in a team, supporting each other will be vital in helping the improvement of skills and ways of going about tasks. This will help with meeting deadlines as it will ensure all tasks are completed correctly, thus completing aims and objectives as a team. Furthermore, through supporting each other, it means that workloads will become easier to manage and will ensure everyone is confident with what they are doing.
1.2 Explain how communication affects relationships in the work setting. We use communication to build relationships in our workplaces with our peers, bosses and the people we support. If we communicate positively to one another then we will get positive results and work in a positive environment. This will help build good working relationships amongst staff and the people we support. Positive communication will help colleagues to trust each other and have the confidence to voice their opinions, ask for help, give advice and share information which will provide the people we support with a strong team that they can trust, negative communication will have the opposite effect.
Also parents and carers can trust practitioners as information is regularly communicated throughout the setting and any concerns are addressed in a professional environment that encourages open communication. Conclusion: The reasons why people communicate and what effects communication has within an early years setting is that communication is the main core of all positive relationships within the setting, without effective communication the fulfilment of your job role would not be able to be completed in a professional manner. You need to be able to communicate freely with all members of your team, your management, children, parents and other professionals to ensure the child receives the full care they are entitled to. Therefore communication plays a vital role in your day to day life and that if you don’t communicate and form positive relationships from the start this will affect your job as a child’s key person and may lead to further problems within your work
It also enables current workers to learn to be self sufficient and to think like managers. By developing talent within the current organization you are showing your employees that you value their service and believe they are the best fit for the job. Because most employees will already have an understanding of what the culture of the company is supposed to be it will be easier to develop the sought after KSA’s. Hire Yourself or Outsource This is a tricky question, but in my opinion it makes sense to keep the recruiting and selection process entirely in-house because of the unique requirements for employees in this organization. Because this company’s goal is to maintain a strong culture across all stores it makes sense to continue to hire yourself so that you can be looking for the unique traits and KSA’s that will best integrate with the company and uphold the unique culture.
To be a good role model in the workplace to employees I manage I can firstly take on the attitude of leading by example; by doing this I will gain respect I require from my employees. Secondly, I need to be aware of my behavior and its effect on others. I also need to give off positive energy to the work environment and constantly encourage staff. To be a good role model means I have to treat everyone the same; there can be no prejudices or preferences for people. It is important for me to respect people and their opinions, always listen to people and make them feel valued and lastly always act professional.
1.2 Explain how effective communication affects all aspects of own work Communication is the power of any company. Every company needs an effective aspect of communication, because can help to build a good and progressive relationship between team. With effective communication within team, service users and family will enjoy the smoothness and the value of the company. They only way to gain effective communication is to be a good observer and good listener. By becoming a good listener we will be an effective communicator, by becoming an effective communication, we shall able to follow our experience and career.
I would also call a team meeting to review goals and objectives, and ask the team members to assess whether they think these are being met. Allowing the team to self-evaluate may identify areas for improvement that individuals may recognise they themselves need to do. It also informs the team as a whole that there are issues to be looked at and resolved. Teams are often very insightful and very honest with themselves about whether they are achieving what they need to do, as fast as they need to and to the
Without a performance plan it is difficult for an organisation to meet it strategic objectives. The performance plan provides clarity & direction so all employees are working towards the same outcome as directed by the organisation. This is why it is important to develop & implement a performance management system that encourage staff & motivate high level performance. It must address role clarity by modifying and enriching their job, support & training to create new & improved skills, address communication by feedback, career development and a reward system. All this helps keep an employee on track to achieve aligned targets set in collaboration to company goals & strategies.