1.0 Introduction In this present chapter of study will divide into few sections with provide the explanation about the topic related of the research study which aims to identify the relationship of the workplace learning related factor among the professional qualification personnel when they pursued their career. In this chapter will include the background of study, statement of problem, research objective, research hypothesis, conceptual framework and significant of study. 1.1 background of study Learning can be related to formal and informal learning in traditionally perspectives, where it can be use in work context and education context. Learning in the workplaces was become crucial in nowadays, because of the changing of the demanding and
The actions are able to be seen within his occupational performance. After using skills to complete the occupational form, he carry out to occupational performance. Then, he move to the next level, participation, which focuses on the engagement in occupation including self-care, work and leisure. Through participation, his identity is created. The previous experiences and the direction for future of him is shown in his occupational identity.
Creswell (2013) also refers to individuals with this view as social constructivists and defines this perspective as the “belief that individuals seek understanding of the world in which they live and work” (Creswell, 2013, p. 8). Crotty (1998) defined this perspective as “the view that all knowledge, and therefore all meaningful reality as such, is contingent upon human practices, being constructed in and out of interaction between human beings and their world, developed and transmitted within an essentially social context” (p. 42). In this study, teachers will share ideas, beliefs, perceptions, and experiences about the human practices within the educational world in regards to teacher
This assignment will highlight personal development skills which will lead me towards professional development. During this assignment it will focus on personal and professional skills which are required for organization success and in the first task, my own learning style is identified and it is integrated with lifelong learning styles and sources of information. My future job, my strengths and weaknesses, and personal development plan are identified to achieve above mentioned primary objective. In the second task, problems, effective communication and time management are discussed since those areas are very important for career development. And also personal audit will be carried out to evaluate the strategic skills needed to meet the current
A. OBJECTIVE AND THEORETICAL BACKGROUND In this individual reflective report, I will discuss how the Consulting Project course gave me opportunities to experience, explore and evaluate the real-life business case, how it strengthen my practical business knowledge, problem solving and leadership skills, and how the learning process will support my personal development goals. To help structure my reflective report, I will apply the Kolb’s model of reflection which we learned from the LPDCM course. This model is also known as learning through experience, described through the Kolb’s Learning Cycle: Figure 1. Kolb’s Learning Cycle (Source: Kolb, 2005)
1.0 Personal Development Plan Personal development plan (PDP) is the process of crafting an action plan based on self-awareness, self-reflection, goal-setting and planning for personal development within the context of a career, education, or for self-improvement (Smith, 2011). In the context of business studies, PDP can be seen as the plan of personal strength and weakness appraisal which enable business scholar to evaluate the value of leadership and management training that they have been through and act as a future leadership development program. By working on the PDP, it helps students to increase self-awareness, identify the skills and experience that one owned, and those that one need, as well as creating a plan to acquire the skills
This reflection will discuss my key learning’s in the workshop from module 4 – ‘Developing leadership in self and others’, and integrating it with the article by Kelly (2008), ‘Management mentoring in social service organisation’. Within the group discussion, we talked about what a mentor is and the function of a good mentor in the social work field. Ragins and Scandura (1994, pp. 962) in Kelly defines a mentor as “an individual influential in the work environment who has advanced experience, knowledge and is committed to providing upward mobility and support to careers”. The group identified the function of a mentor depends on what the mentee (protégé) wants to learn from the mentor, the situation, learning facilitation and a mentor who is supportive and guiding, which exhibit the function of a mentor.
I will share my strategies for personal growth, explain how I will implement each one and share how I will evaluate my successes or hold myself accountable for not succeeding. The active learner makes it their responsibility to figure out what needs to be learned and how to go about learning that, as in, what type of learning style fits best for them. For instance, if someone was
To commence with, conformity and disobedience are ubiquitous nowadays. The roles of authority are easily found by interconnecting school, workplace, home and government. The interaction and relation of family, college and occupation are bilateral. Childhood can be influenced by parenting styles, students can be instructed by educators, employees can be monitored by supervisors while intelligence quotient and personality are unidirectional because of individual differences. When trying to explain social behavior on how an individual acts within a social context in relation to others, personality psychologists stated that individual differences are the behavior in term of the person’s individual character traits.
A comprehensive log will be kept for the first week to observe where I waste the most and the least amount of time. I will also keep daily and weekly to do list and continuously review my progress and reward myself for completed tasks. I will be able to apply these techniques and experience to future roles. Aim 2: Intergrate and identify knowledge gained from my studies to a practical working environment Strategies: • Research the company’s main goals • Identify relevant academic theories in the workplace; outcomes and ethics of the organisaion • Document the
Success transpires in many different ways, but when it comes to materialistic goals, one almost always has to pay a high moral price and sacrifice personal relationships. In the novel The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz by Mordecai Richler, Duddy is an apprentice of each character that comes in and out of his life, teaching him valuable lessons which he can either choose to act upon or ignore. Throughout his apprenticeship, Duddy struggles to discover his identity and succeed in the goals that he sets for himself. By being an apprentice, Duddy learns how to survive in his harsh environment, but sacrifices his principals and happiness to do so. The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz by Mordecai Richler suggests that our societal values and interactions