In order to establish an efficient heterogeneous community, each individual must possess the right to have a personal sense of identity. A community in which individuals each hold a different identity promotes individualism. In such communities, citizens have the opportunity to express their differentiating qualities and excel in areas different than one another. Promoting individual identity is vital in order to establish a diverse community. Essentially, diversity is a crucial aspect of every community because it ensures longevity and promotes strength and growth.
As for my part in this company, I feel the best role that I would excel at for the Educate to Hydrate organization would be the part as an Advocacy Director. For my Myers-Brigg results, I am an ESFJ personality type. I am a detail-oriented person and I plan ahead of time of my goals, schedule conflicts, and time management in order to avoid procrastination. These skills could be incorporated into identifying Educate to Hydrate’s advocacy goals and strategies. I also feel that in building relationships for this organization, I could use my excellent communication skills in order to work with organizational partners and networks so that our professional relationship can ensure the overall success of the company.
A) Values and ideology: Describe the values of social work and ideology that you think are most important to your future practice and why you have selected them? The values and ideologies that are most important to my future practice include respect for the inherent dignity and worth of persons, service to humanity and competence in professional practice. First, my value of providing respect for the inherent dignity and worth of persons is important to me and my future practice because it allows me to see the uniqueness in all my clients and subsequent cases. Moreover, it further guides me to allow my clients to be self-determined individuals. Correspondingly, it will guide me to provide my clients with the ability to make informed consent.
HH also values diversity by embracing cultural differences which result in effective services provided within the treatment process. Next, HH values practicing effective communication by ensuring that everyone has an opportunity to share their ideas and participate in their service planning. Lastly, HH values advocacy because everyone is responsible for helping bring change to their future (Horizon House, Inc., 2016). Based on these values, HH continues to promote a vision that inspires and motivates staff to help the participant served reach their full potential in the
Goodwill Industries Inc. works to strengthen dignity and the quality of life for people by fortifying communities, removing barriers to opportunities, and “helping people in need of reaching their full potential” obtain education and employment (About Us, 2016). Goodwill provides help on many levels for training, attaining, and retaining "good jobs". This is the motivation behind everything Goodwill Industries does, in terms of their inclusive practices. At Goodwill, the belief is that work is the essential factor in the potential of people to achieve desirable life outcomes. Out of that belief, “independence, pride, self-esteem, and sense of purpose" transpires (What We Do, 2016).
Dealing with ethical situations is how one grows significantly in this field. One must be aware of not only ethical complications, but also the legal requirements and ramifications involved with important decision making. As a social worker, it is essential to take the commitment to professionalism very seriously. It is important to remember that part of what makes social work so unique is the strong commitment to a core set of values. It is therefore these very values that should always be remembered when ethical and possible legal complications arise in one’s career.
It entails a series of linguistic, ideological, and societal factors that are all intertwined and weaved into a unique and diverse perspective of the world. Meanwhile I believe it to be fundamental to appreciate, assimilate, and integrate into a societies culture in order to be a proficient and apt member of a community, it is also essential and beneficial for individuals to embrace, learn, and maintain any form of their self-identity. All aspects and experiences dealing with a person’s identity can contribute and serve as vital sources of knowledge, perspective, and decision-making. Unlike many of my friends, I took a different path and approach when it came to how I became part of the American community. I chose to hold on and cherish all factors of my cultural identity, including language, food, and traditions, and fused them with my newfound appreciation for American culture.
Program / Project management is invaluable to seeking feedback and evaluating ongoing processes and relationships. In this iterative state, I will work to ensure that the outcomes are matching the objectives. This constant reflection will strengthen areas that are __ and reinforce / expand the methods that are going well. This includes, but is not limited to the
It’s very important to teach and be around people who promote us to understand our identity and know who we are. The importance of personal identity awareness is very important to own personal identity and those around us. I believe that perception of personal Identity is very important. Knowing who we are and accepting ourselves and other individuals I believe can help us all become better people in and live the best life we can live. Being aware of our-selves and our surroundings and community can leads to have positive experiences in society.
Thus, community mobilization will be very useful in addressing EVD. According to the WHO, community engagement and social mobilization is critical to successfully controlling outbreaks. This entails defining communities to be mobilised such as villages, settlements, and in the process, identify community leaders e.g. village chief, traditional healers, village elders, and local secret societies. These leaders are respected in their communities, and usually have the people’s ear; they can bring community members together on a platform where they can participate in identifying problems /challenges and formulating solutions tailored to their sociocultural context.