As OTA 's we belong to a professional group. Group membership implies compliance with fundamental principles of the group. There are 7 Principles to the Occupational Therapy Code of Ethics: Beneficence: concern for the well-being of others, Nonmaleficence: Do no harm to our clients or their property, Confidentiality, Duty: OT 's must keep high professional standards, Justice: Complying with laws and regulations, Veracity: providing truthful, accurate information and Fidelity: loyalty to colleagues and other professionals. Professional behavior benefits of being a member of a profession: Respect, Trust, Autonomy and Status in society. In return, professional behavior is required of the members.
An important part in motivating employees is to create a productive workspace. This includes creating a space where employees want to show up rather than needing to. Some workplaces focus on promoting creativity while others efficiency. However, the basic requirements remain the same. All workspaces must fulfill the physiological needs of an employee.
Introduction This discussion provides a reflective assessment on my experiences and development in three years study. The intention of this reflection is to demonstrate an understanding of my views on sport coaching of reflection and the issues surrounding reflective practice. Firstly, I discuss my personal and professional skills development. To do this, I have used academic models of reflection to reflect on my personal skills, enquiry skills and Project modules. All of these can step-by-step help me develop my personal and professional skills, also provide a foundation for continued professional development.
It is something I’ve been doing on and off for years in a voluntary capacity. I am interested in different learning styles and theories as I feel any information that could help me as a teacher is of use to me. Although I have been in education a long time it has taken me many years to acknowledge my own learning styles. Though out my education I have tried every style and tool of education until finally learning to stick to what suits me rather than a tool that suits somebody else. This is what I’ve discovered about my learning style throughout the years; I have found that when I am in a stressful exam situation the information I can most readily recall is what I heard in class rather than anything I studied myself outside of the classroom.
In broad term we all are aware about the skills that are essential and required for the accomplishment of targeted objective and to achieve the organisations success. To make an organisation successful various tings are essential such as strategic planning, managing change, development of employees, leading people, inspiring commitment, decisiveness, balancing personal and professional life etc. 2.4 devise a personal and professional development plan based on identified
Professionalism in the Work Place What is professionalism in the workplace? Professionalism in the workplace means that an individual shows consideration and respect towards others and demonstrates a commitment to the profession. Professionalism also means a person keeps his or her word, demonstrates their loyalty, and honesty toward people they work with. In this paper, I will be writing about the professionalism that includes attitudes, uniforms, teamwork, and effective communication. Body language is a nonverbal communication that involves gestures, movements, and postures.
It seems like, even though you may seem like a workaholic (I can be too sometimes) you make time for your family and have a nice balance between personal and professional life. Every leader has to make critical decisions, which involves values, and these decisions can impact a company, This is the same for one’s personal life. I try to set the example and in and outside of the workplace, but my ethics and values will influence how I model the way in my professional and personal life regardless. We both chose authentic leadership. It’s simply being self-aware and genuine and putting the company first.
Also, my academic goal is to graduate from UCF with a master’s degree in Criminal Justice. The reason I want to accomplish this goal is because my family believes in my dreams, they want me to succeed, and that motivates me; to achieve this goal I have to put a lot of effort and intention on all my courses to end with good grades for the next two years I am doing at Valencia College. In fact, my results show that I have the need to educate myself and what better example than graduating from a University with a master’s degree in Criminal Justice. Money might be one of my biggest fears when talking about my academic goal because I don’t have the money to pay my studies at UCF; however, there are some other ways to pay my studies. For example, student loans and scholarships can help me pay my master’s degree in Criminal Justice.
For the most part, I believe I set a suitable example for my employees to follow. Making sure to discuss my interests and hobbies at work proves to others that work is not the only important thing in my life. Although I share some things about my personal life with co-workers and employees, I have established boundaries to make sure that the environment stays professional. Hobbies are an important part of balancing work and personal life. I regularly communicate with my supervisor and co-workers when there is an important family matter that I need to be a part of.
I maintained a 3.2-3.4 average for my final 3 semesters in my undergraduate career as well. Studying Child Advocacy and Policy provides me with a tremendous opportunity to utilize the skills I attain in my undergraduate career and apply them to a topic I am very drawn to. I am excited about the knowledge and skills gained from the professors and my fellow peers within the program. I will acquire the essential tools to begin making a significant impact