Alternatively their culture may require certain behaviours which we find strange. Also many individuals we support have a different set of values from our own, this doesn’t mean to say that you are right and they are wrong. We need to understand and value everyone regardless of differences. There is nothing wrong with having your own beliefs and values – everyone has them they are a vital part of making us the person we are. But we must be aware of them and hoe they may affect what you do at work.
I need to work in a person centred way and take into account the service users likes and dislikes, beliefs and any personal history they have , I can deliver the best care possible to them. At the same time I need to offer assistance they may require within my role of a support worker. Diversity should be valued as no individual is the same as any other. People don’t always accept what is different and diversity can lead a society to grow or to lead to violence and hatred. Sometimes it can be that people are a little afraid of an individual who is different, I have found in my work role that some people can be very hesitant to talk to the people I support.
I could find it hard to accept other staff members values and beliefs, and feel mine are the right ones. 2.1. Constructive feedback gives people the chance to develop within there role if its needed. If the feedback is good then the person will feel good and confident, but could take offence to constructive feedback. In my setting we have regular supervision with the team leader who will give constructive and good feedback.
As people we will sometimes go to great lengths to not be considered a freeloader or moocher. The rules possess’ strength and it often produces a yes response to requests. The reason that the rule is so strong is because it stands out to people on how someone is as a person. From time to time as people we get too caught up in what others think of us so we take the rule and use it as a stepping stone so people think higher of us. This usually affects the decision to act in accordance with with the rule.
As relationships develops you will learn what the other person likes or dislikes, it will also help to uphold trust and understanding which will also help us to understand why things are done in a certain way. We are all different in the way we communicate; some people are more comfortable with written communication whilst others will prefer verbal communication. Whichever way chosen if it is done effectively the work team relationship will be much stronger. 2.1 All relationships will develop from communication. To communicate effectively with others you must learn what the preferred method of communication is, this could be sign language, written or verbally.
5-They often strive to make their own personal communication style a statement about their individuality. In general , we know that the first impression that others take while speaking with them is decisive for their determination of our personality so the more you talk carefully and with a polite and confident way the more they will have a good idea about our individuality. 6-As a group they tend to be highly individualistic; moderate in context; low in power ,rank , and status; and high in masculinity. Nowdays, people become a little cautious about taking ther risk and work with others, because the life becaome more difficult and everybody is looking for his intersts.So we can find now more people that tend to be individualistic and do better while working in groups. 7- As a group African Americans are active, expressive , colorful, emotional, often humorous, more nonverbal, distinctive,stylized, open, demonstrative,and possses a positive outlook on life.
‘An individual’s interaction with others and the world around them can enrich or limit their experience of belonging.’ Discuss this view with detailed reference to your prescribed text and ONE other related text of your own choosing. A sense of belonging is essential for most individuals as it makes them feel needed, comfortable and secure. This is when individuals negotiate a way in which the group accepts and understands each other. Not belonging is when individuals fail to conform to each other and feel excluded. Individuals can improve belonging experiences by connecting to people, places, groups or the larger world.
Outline and evaluate the theories/studies into conformity. Normative social influence is when people conform because of a desire to be liked. This type of conformity is often linked with compliance as we publically go along with the majority but privately hold our own views. Informational social influence on the other hand is when people conform as a desire to be right. However, unlike normative social influence, informational social influence often leads to a long lasting change in beliefs and attitudes.
. In an idea world everyone should do this but in reality it may prove difficult for some people to participate in, this is connected to the need to be seen to do the right thing, it may also feel that you are facing criticism. Reflective practice is not criticism it is being open and honest about your strengths and areas for further development. If you are open and honest with others it can encourage others to be open and honest with you. Reflective practice in a colleague-based environment can build a work place with trust and respect as in a group you can explore and take a conscious look at emotions,