When communicating with any individual it is my responsibility to consider and ensure that I adopt an appropriate style and method of communication. The style and method I choose to adopt will of course depend on the nature of the type of information needing to be shared and gained and also the individual whom I am interacting with. Effective communication within the care setting is paramount. The way in which we communicate can have both positive and negative impacts on relationships. Positive relationships can be formed when communication is effective.
In this type of leadership each person can perform as well. If a decision is very complex and broad, it is important to have the different areas of expertise to represent and contributing their input. Their input will be useful to make a decision. Next let us talk about laissez-faire leadership style. What is the laissez-faire leadership style?
To provide the best possible care for those I support, I need to be able to think about and assess what I do and the way I do my work and to recognize my strengths and weak point. Also to reflect and evaluate areas for improvement. It is important that one observe the work done and identify areas of improvement or if I need to carry out any additional development in my area of work. 4 BE ABLE TO AGREE A PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN 4.1 IDENTIFY SOURCES OF SUPPORT FOR PLANNING AND REVIEWING OWN DEVELOPMENT. The sources of support for planning and reviewing own development could be from my manager, colleagues, meetings, mentors, or through observation.
In the view of Narayanan and DeFillippi (2012), handle interpersonal situations requires sensitivity and perceptual and behavioral flexibility, which means trying to see different angles or aspects of the same situation and act differently, not routine, experimenting with new behaviors perceived as action alternatives. There are the following interpersonal skills to the project manager: • Commitment, responsibility, ethics and honesty; •
The main function of the therapist here is to ensure that they are well equipped with the knowledge of these different techniques, and how they are applied. This means that the therapist needs to have technical eclecticism. The therapist also needs to have the skills to deal with the different modalities and to apply the different techniques to the right modalities. c. Roles The role of the therapist according to Arnold Lazarus is to be an authentic chameleon which he describes as a therapist who works and does things for the interest of the client but at the same time he gives the client what he wants. An authentic chameleon also allows for feedback from the client, this means that when the client isn’t happy with the therapists delivers of work they should tell the therapist.
Honey and Mumford (1992) argue that in order to maximise one 's own personal learning, each learner ought to understand their learning style and seek out opportunities to learn using that style. To help individuals recognise their preferred learning style, Honey and Mumford (1992) developed a Learning Style Questionnaire. However, to be an effective learner you should also develop the ability to learn in other styles too. Therefore, it is good to choose activities outside your preferred style
The theory contends that individuals’ sense of initiative, general well-being and performance is supported by their experience of autonomy, relatedness, and competence. The theory proposes that the degree to which any of these psychological needs is strained within a social context will result in a detrimental impact on wellness/motivation within that context. Experiential learning refers to learning through the reflection, critical analysis and synthesis of experiences (both personal and environmental). For genuine knowledge to be formed, the learner must possess problem-solving and decision-making
Involve community members. This includes involvement in both planning and implementation of the service. Identify pressing needs. It is important to communicate with community members in order to identify their most pressing needs. Experience suggests that it is often best to start with small and achievable objectives, rather than trying to take on too much too early.
Variables, events, and other factors that block the counseling process. In order to explore other blocks of therapy, one must appreciate what constitutes a successful counseling process. Effective counseling processes are contingent on the existence of a cognitive component that governs the course of talk therapy. The author believes that this cognitive component depends upon the biological and social factors present in the client’s life, and the client needs to be able to participate actively in therapy with a sense of responsibility while the counselor utilizes their learned skills and techniques. There are various levels of participation required depending on what outcomes are considered successful.