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
Promoting equality and inclusiveness should be core to any setting. It is, therefore, the responsibility of all management team and staff to implement this policy. The management team will visibly demonstrate its leadership in promoting an organisational culture which values equality and diversity by, Monitoring performance in the delivery of policies as part of each service area strategy review and an annual review of Equality and Diversity, Regular review of key policies and strategies, including equality impact assessments, to ensure that they do not directly or indirectly discriminate against groups of people, All staff members will receive regular training on equality issues. To develop services and facilities that are accessible, relevant and to the individuals that you work with, need gather information from service user, staff and other professional on, Competition in the local, individual needs, what changes can be made to improve the
By advancing on into Graduate school, I can focus on strengthening the areas that needs more work such as enhancing my assessment skills. I am cognizant on the pertinence of assessments and how it establishes the needs and external and internal resources that may impact a client. Properly conducting an assessment is an important aspect of Social Work practice and is typically the first step in developing a strong clinician and client relationship. The findings from assessments are taken into consideration when developing plans of action, and goal setting. I will also continue to work on my advocacy and leadership intervention skills.
The 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution protects any person within their jurisdiction of their due process and equal protection. The Equal Protection Clause under the 14th Amendment requires the states to apply their laws equally to any person within their jurisdiction. The equal protection clause aims to provide equal application of the law. It is also crucial to the protection of civil rights. There should be no discrimination in its application.
- How to overcome communication barriers - - Demonstrate respect for cultural diversity in all communication with students, their families, staff and others. - Use communication constructively to develop and maintain effective relationships, mutual trust and confidence. - Make efforts where language barriers exist, to communicate in the most effective way possible. - Seek assistance from interpreters or other persons as required. - Demonstrate respect for cultural diversity in all communication with clients, their families, staff, customers and others.
Teamwork is an essential way healthcare professionals collaborate to provide integrate care that meet their patients needs and improved patient outcomes in aiming to achieve common goal (Leathard 2003). This instigate the NHS ΙΙΙ (2010) to identify collaborative working as part of the fifteen leadership quality that benefits the delivery of measurable and radical health improvement in a complex and changing health and social care organisation. This effective collaboration promotes the sharing of information in an suitable manner and prioritise limited resources, as well as support and integrated care (NHS ΙΙΙ 2010). For example, team collaboration will benefit the innovation by sharing information that will educate staff members about change
The first ideal is Equality. Equality is important because it gives everyone equal rights and opportunities. Diana Pham said that here daughters graduating from college would not be possible without out country’s belief in equality (Doc A). Now, everyone is treated fairly and treated with respect no matter what your gender, race, religion, or cultural background is. With equality, everyone is able to reach their full potential.
Adopting an Equal Opportunity policy has a positive impact on employee performance. Discuss [Writer’s Name] [Institute’s Name] Adopting an equal opportunity policy has a positive impact on employee performance. Discuss Introduction An equal opportunity policy is characterized as “announcement of company’s techniques and authoritative practices that give genuine uniformity of chance to all workers, in spite of to ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, marriage, religion or disability (Bakker, and Demerouti, 2008). Its main goal runs past strict consistence with the law and guarantee the powerful utilization of every human asset inside of the association. Such approach ought to concentrate on averting prejudicial behavior or badgering
Primal leadership: Realizing the power of emotional intelligence. Solon, OH: Manufactured and distributed by] Findaway World, LLC. Herbert, R., & Edgar, L. (2004). Emotional Intelligence: A Primal Dimension of Nursing Leadership? Nursing Leadership, 17(4), 56-63. doi:10.12927/cjnl.2004.17017 Krisco, K. H. (2003).
Running diversity is economically beneficial to the organization because of client and job satisfaction, creativity, innovation, and increased employee productivity from this perspective. The most important underlying principle for the diversity management approach is to achieve competitive advantage through requisite variety—the standard that the diversity within a system must reflect the surrounding variety in which it operates (Weick, 1979). One the other hand, one of the causes organizations adopt diversity management programs is to achieve moral advantages (Hon and Brunner, 2000). For that reason, organizations, driven by ethical concerns, embrace diversity as a part of their CSR