As I learned through my jobs in college, sales were not for me and I enjoyed dealing with people. My job with the Social Security Administration allows me to do all three. As long as I have a genuine concern for each person I speak to and follow the policies SSA sets, both my employer and I are happy with my work. At times people may have problems beyond what I can help them with through my job or even beyond them, which I like to encourage them to think positive or look through for options. My job can negative at times, but encouraging others and trying to give them hope is what motivates
You can use constructive feed back to build on use it as a tool not a negative. Work as part of a team; keep calm listen and respect, the people you are working with. Your past experiences can also help, and using your own initiative being positive. Appraisals are good way to receive constructive feedback, this will show your strengths and weakness, you might need more training on your moving and handling as you are not using the equipment properly. I receive positive feedback from my manager, she had over heard me talking to a service user who was being challenging with me, she explained she was very happy with the way I dealt with the situation calmed things down before they became worst.
These quotes is relevant to me that in every fault or failure I make I don’t have to be defensive about it but accept these mistakes and to use them as stepping stone to improve myself and change for the better. “Well done is better than well said.” and “Speak little, do much.” [The meaning of these words is fairly easy to understand, but they serve as an excellent reminder to us. The things that we DO for others are so much more important than the things we SAY to others. In other words: “Actions Speak Louder Than Words.” So simple… but so very important to the relationships we are trying to build every day. These quotations are very relevant to me, especially because I am a very expressive or kind of a talkative person.
Being reliable, consistent and accountable for the organization your working for, creating long term visions for company growth. I act as a good role model for the team that I supervise by treating them all equal individuals and by communicating to know them a bit better and them getting to know me. I can understand their strengths and weaknesses, this allows me to set challenges, goals or time out for training to develop better skills to be more competent workers. EG; I had some bad feed back from a client about her eyebrow wax. She was not happy as they were two different shapes.
I am the type of person who wants to know everything and be the best at every task I perform, and doing the necessary work to identify the appropriate source of information will make that task just a bit easier. Conclusion I believe that the role of the knowledge worker has changed, thanks mostly to technology. Most people have become so reliant on technology that they have become lazy. But the true knowledge workers do what is needed in search of more knowledge, and those are the real assets to the organization. It has been proven that knowledge workers cannot be effective if they are micromanaged or told how they need to complete their tasks (Hammer, 2004).
It says that I care about safety and security of people I love, such as family members, friends and others. It is very true since I would love to get things done as much as possible for them, and make sure that everything runs smoothly in their daily lives. I would spend my whole day doing things for a person without the need of anything in return. Even though I make myself feel that I am stupid, I always want to do over and over again for people in order to help them whenever they need me. I love to take responsibility when people can rely on me; thus whenever I could not accomplish it, I blame it on myself.
To me, it is one of the most rewarding and satisfying things because I am able to make a difference in my community. It has taught me the value needed in order to be success, including teaching me how to be patient and thankful. They taught me to set a goal and accomplish it, take on responsibility and the most importantly appreciate things that I have right now. It disenchant me that I am lucky enough to have what I have right now since there are many people out there who cannot enjoy the facility I got. Previously, to be honest, I always want more and more, better facilities and life, however after doing community services my eye was opened and my heart began to change and flutter.
Listening to my inner coach has made me restore faith in my abilities, is supportive, and leaves a feel-good effect. Session 7 saw us identify areas of our own lives that may be causing stress, which for me is finding a balance between work and university. The belief behind this stress is that I must do well at uni, and give it priority to everything else, but I must also earn some money to survive, so as not to feel as though my partner is ‘carrying’ me. When I thought about the underlying issues of the stress, I realised that it was mainly due to the fact that my time management was lacking, so the plan that I developed to reduce this stress in my life was to prioritise my time better. This plan included: * Telling work that I could only do 2 days a week, being Mondays and Fridays * Getting a calendar to work out when all university assessments were due, so that I always have it out in front of me * Making a timetable of when I’m at school, work and fit home study time into the
I need to make sure that I am very professional with what I am doing and professional with other professional workers as well. Sometimes I can joke around too much so that something I need to work on. I feel I also could work on my communication skills to. I need to make sure I can explain and put my thoughts and ideas on the table clearly and use the appropriate approaches to do so. I also need to work on keeping some of my emotions to myself because they are very easy to see on my face when something is bothering me.
Frequently, I always enjoyed telling other people about these perks to surprise them, and being able to do this encourages contrasting people to be even more blessed about everything I have been given. There are days where I still wish I desire the same height as my classmates, but as I mentioned, embracing who you are is crucial when you want to accept yourself. Generally speaking, there are so many perks to being short, then the ones that I have