The chaos stage is vital to the transformation process. Some things that you try work and others do not. Although Chaos can be a very creative time, you may experience the stress and urgency more than the thrill of creativity. The Transforming Idea Eventually you may discover a transforming idea that shows how the foreign element can benefit you. You becomes excited and inspired.
For example, when Jeff discussed how it is necessary to work with other mental health professionals to provide clients the best care possible, I remembered that in the text the authors wrote about the reality of working as an LPC often requires having a professional relationship with other mental health professionals for the benefit of the client as well as the mental health professionals. In conclusion, this interview assignment was one of those assignments that actually has real-world implications for us as students. Specifically, this interview with Jeff allowed me to have a chance to speak to someone working in an area I am considering for my future workplace setting. Additionally, I am so grateful I had Jeff Gatlin as an interviewee because his experience along with his generous mentor-like demeanor made me feel comfortable enough to be engaged in the conversation and absorb as much information as
Obstacles; they are a key part of our lives; part of what makes us human. Everyone has to face them, even our favorite fictional characters, like Iron Man. Why then, are they treated as such a bad thing? Often, we think of obstacles and setbacks in a purely negative light. We have to work harder, things take longer, and it doesn’t go exactly the way we want.
These methods need to include deep learning, analysis, and problem solving. Also, it is important to consider ways that can assist adult students as well (Asknes, 2017). Some proven effective methods are disgining and running simulation, guided reflective journaling, and the Think Like a Nurse initiative. A study done simulation and encouraging students to come up with their own simulation experience as well showed great improvement in critical thinking skills. Students acknowledged that they had to use more of their skills to accomplish things such as assigning roles and finding lab values.
I would be interested in working in the school system because kid are away from parents, and I feel they would open up, and express themselves more freely. Being a social worker requires you to have a few skills, and values to make every case you experience successful. The most important skills I would bring into this profession is Active listening, Self-awareness, Empathy, being opened-minded and the most important one of all is Communication. I feel that these skills are a necessity to the job, and will help me in every situation that comes my way. As well as some core value are social justice, dignity, importance of human relationships, integrity, and competence.
The competency draws upon various other competencies, but particularly competency six involving research. Continuing research must be implemented throughout your practice to adapt to the changing contexts in the field. It is crucial for practitioners to stay up to date on the latest developments to the be the most effective practitioner. I showcase this in my field placement by continuously attending trainings influencing our practice. For example, in April I will be attending a training on Recognizing and Investigating Child Physical Abuse and Medical Neglect which could potentially have a significant effect on the ways in which DSS practices their policies.
Devoted people in professions such as an Occupational Therapist, work to help their patients recover his or her ability to engage in everyday activities. It is evident that an OT is to help people. There are many duties, characteristics, and qualities an OT should have in order to have a successful career. I asked Dr. Lindberg, “What are your duties or daily routine being an OT?” Dr. Lindberg answered, “There are many duties of being an OT, we must evaluate a patient’s progression and prepare detailed reports of that, test patient’s physical and mental abilities to regulate rehabilitation goals, handpick activities that will help the patients learn life skills within their capabilities, and recommend changes in patient’s living environments
Prior to attending the CPOA, students are required to send out a survey to peers, subordinates, and managers. This survey was valuable to me. A common theme is that I am caring and approachable – qualities I value as a leader. I was also told that I need to be more assertive. This is something I am aware of and will continue to work on.
The career I researched was a Claims Adjusters, Appraisers, Examiners, and Investigators. To be a claims adjuster there are certain skills you need, to be successful. Analytical skills which is the ability to collect, gather, visualize information in details. This is an important skill to be an Adjuster because you must evaluate situations carefully, and use that information to make accurate decisions. Another important skill is communication.
I have engaged APRN and MD’s committed to providing comprehensive clinical experiences and supervision. The challenges I anticipate are the many demands on my time, which I will need to continue to manage efficiently. I am fortunate to have the support of my family, and continuing to show them my appreciation for their support through this will need to remain a priority. My education pathway has progressed to meet the essential knowledge foundation for a rapidly changing healthcare system. To be a competent Neonatal Nurse Practitioner and clinical leader I felt it was essential to have the knowledge triad of leadership, efficient healthcare utilization, and complete my NNP.
I believe this keeps me interested and focused on the task needing completion. Currently I feel I am qualified for the Billing, Cost and Rates Clerk position and the Procurement Clerk position. I do believe that I would need training for the Human Resources Assistant. To prepare for a position like this, I believe one would need to look into classes, and seminars on Human Resources. This type of job sounds like it takes a lot of knowledge and training with payroll, health insurance, workplace safety and much more.
A Speech-Language Pathologist works directly with a wide variety of patients, birth to adulthood who suffers from speech or language disorders. Those disorders may include disfluency, expressive or receptive language, social communication, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders. I am fervid about helping individuals, and I have seen first-hand how important our voice truly is. This is why I chose a career in this field, I want to help, and give a voice to those who are not always heard. As a Speech- Language Pathologist it is important that you obtain certain trains in order to be successful; including, interpersonal skills, teamwork, and problem solving skills.
I wish to pursue my career in the care profession, due to previous experiences looking after elderly people. Over the years my desire to continue working in the care sector has grown, along with the experiences gained throughout my previous studies. My interest in working with and around new people, has lead me on to completing a Health and Social Care short course, where I gained valuable knowledge on how to look after elderly and the disabled people. My role demands high levels of communication skills as it involves working with other agencies such as doctors, nutritionists, social workers, therapists, day center staff and police. I am also required to be a good listener to service users and their families, building a good rapport and maintain professionalism all times.