My group implemented some of the components of the Relational Leadership Model in our presentation. For example, under the component of purposeful we all for the most part had a commitment to the goal and activity we had to present, we also found a common ground with how we wanted to go about making a change towards structural racism. We did this by engaging the class with our topic drawing them in with the knowledge and background information of our topic, while raising awareness and reaching expressing the most effective solutions to solve our problem. Another component to this model is Inclusive in my opinion my group understood and engaged in diversity views and approaches mainly because our topic dealt with diversity so we were well rounded when it comes to being inclusive. Next, is empowering.
The roles that I felt most comforted with is ... On the other hand, there are others that have cost me more. For example, take the initiative in the activities we carried out, and give opinions on the reflective questions of the various activities we did in a group. However, in spite of everything I am sure that little by little I will improve and I will
The use of structured reflection is central to sustain and enhance professional and personal effectiveness. How do leadership characteristics and strengths impact your definition? The leadership characteristics that resonate with me are empathy, consistency, honesty, flexibility, communication, and conviction. These characteristics have influenced my perspective of what it entails to be an effective leader and reflective practitioner. Creating a sincere
This experience also made me realize the importance of preparation and planning, not only for myself, but my students. Overall, I feel the most valuable lesson I learnt is the importance of a community approach in education and the collaboration between peers, students and parents. During my PSIII internship, I was able to create and teach Unit A: Waste and Our World. Throughout the unit, I developed engaging and interactive lessons that were relevant
This essay aims to examine different models of reflection, such as Gibbs, Kolb, and Atkins & Murphy, it will then compare them in respect of their application to practice. It will then explore the ‘Gibbs’ model of reflection as a vehicle with which to discuss interpersonal skills and communication within team practice, this will also include multi-disciplinary teams in general. During this essay the author will identify the key roles and responsibilities and the main barriers that affect partnership working, this will help identify the significance of communication and interpersonal skills while working with children and young people in different settings. There are multiple similarities and differences between the three models of reflection,
This is a summary of my learning whilst being on the foundation degree. I am finally at the end of my counselling degree and I think this has been my biggest accomplishment to date, alongside raising my boys. I have learned such a lot about myself and gained a better insight into how and why I relate to others the way I did and still do. In my PDP presentation, I talked about client work, supervision, peers, Personal development group, and personal therapy so I will just summarise these in this essay. I know learning about myself continues and how easy you can slightly revert back to old attitudes and behaviours because I did not speak about my goals in depth in my PDP presentation.
Reflection 3 I was looking for a new activity that would give me an additional skill. My motivation after this activity according to Maslow hierarchy of needs is Security as I need to secure a job. Archery will now be added to my list of skill when looking for a job in the adventure tourism sector such as Adventure Centers. I perceived that the course would also fit into the "Love/Social" as I thought it would improve my social skills. The Humanmetrics - Risk Attitudes Profiler™ says that "In order to succeed in life, you must determine what you should do and what you should avoid doing."
There are individuals who belong to different areas and professions such as nursing, sociology, psychology and such other areas. There are certain models and theories that are used to educate social workers and at the same time they are encouraged to develop certain set of skills in order to play their role effectively. There are reflective attitudes that need to be developed and shaped in accordance with conditions. A critical reflective attitude must be embodied with congruent programs in order to be able to equip themselves with changing world (Germain,
Introduction Psychometrics, and the role personality plays within the workplace, has had significant correlations through the research which has taken place to date. Alder (1996) found that by “using dispositions as a starting point, we are more likely to find behavioural coherence across work and non-work settings”. Taking Adler’s research into account, a theory based self-reflection will be conducted on three styles identified; interpersonal, team-working and leadership, and a personal development plan will be carried out to supplement the findings. Self-Reflection Interpersonal style The 15 FQ+ report indicates that my interpersonal style has a tendency towards introversion. Jung (1971) outlined the realms encompassing introversion, stating that introverts channel their energy mainly in their own internal world.
As these reflective pieces evolved I began to appreciate the irony in the fact that I detailed my own pursuit of self-awareness and self-education without realising what I now believe to be the reasoning behind these assignments. The need for professionals of any nature to constantly perceive themselves, not as they believe themselves to be, but as we actually are and then taking this knowledge and acting on it. Upon rereading the articles, I am enticed to believe that I have grown by leaps and bounds – however, I realise that the actual self-awareness and development I have sought has only just