The personal trainer motivated the client in that she encouraged her and had positive feedback to give her like “good” which occurred at 2:42 and 4:22 when she said “good job keeping your balance”. Also at minute 6:13 she said“nice work, nice work”. Also at 15:02 Kyasia did the wall sits with her client to motivate and encourage her because she knew that her client was probably very tired. She also had a conversation with her which made the atmosphere
My experience in the client role was very eye-opening and helped me to gain a lot of insight about what it is like to endure a clinical interview. Overall, the interview went very well and my clinician had a lot of strengths that helped things to go very smoothly. At first, I was somewhat intimidated to be in this role. While knowing that this participation was completely imaginary and done solely for a project, I still had some trouble with accepting the fact that I was about to portray a character with mental illness. However, thanks to the preparedness of the clinician, I felt very comfortable going through the interview with my prepared answers.
I have found that listening came natural to me. I nodded to show the client I am listening and understanding her throughout her discussion. My skills during my assignment have been identified and my ability to convey the core conditions and overall assessing my skills I used in my session with my client. This assignment showed me that listening takes more than ears and talking takes more than just a loud mouth. I will continue to grow as I continue to educate myself in the theories and necessary skills to work effectively with helping
This way, she will always feel included and will even have an ounce of pride for helping her mom do “big girl” tasks. In this way, through my therapeutic communication and advice, I believe I cared for my patient in a psychological way, rather than a physical way, which is a very important aspect of nursing care. When asked about strength and weaknesses, I was told that their strength is defined by their unity. She believes there are few families that practice closeness nowadays, so she finds worth in knowing that her family is different in this way. It was difficult for her to think of a weakness, but she signified busy jobs as a factor that she has always disliked.
Reflection Qualities that make an effective nursing leader are the same qualities that many other nursing staff and general public possess. Such as, the ability to support and empower their team members, be well organized, remain consistent with their expectations, and be able to communicate with their team. Support and empower the team members An example of this quality is a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) on one of the units at Wascana Rehabilitation Center (WRC), where I had one of my clinical rotations. This nurse would ask each staff member if they had any concerns during their daily huddles. Particular case that was discussed for a few days was regarding a patient’s family member (distant) who would visit every Tuesday and steal patient’s
I have been observing the behaviours of the employees ever since I started working and I believe that receptionists are the perfect people to interview, as they are always under the spotlight. The interviewee was not under any pressure to answer my questions, in fact she was quite talkative and was happy to answer what
My previous executive director is a positive role model. She accommodates everyone and always tries to work with you whenever you approach her (family member, resident, staff, etc.). She knows every staff voice, and if you talk without her seeing you, she will call your name if she wants to greet you while passing by her office. She welcomes and makes good compliment whenever she sees you. This is a good influence for me, and I wish to have that kind of a humble spirit because everyone is motivated to work more and put in their best because of her appreciation.
Finally the time came. I had two interview, both very friendly women. The first one worked at Planned Parenthood. I was a little nervous but she was very sweet so she made it go by very easy. Next was a nurse from John F. Kennedy hospital.
One lady we talked was a U.S. Veteran when we started to talk to her, she talked about her experiences from when she was in the force. This woman was really nice and she knew a lot about the cause and helped us broaden our knowledge on the topic. This lady was also one of the first people we talked to so, her kindness really helped to make us less nervous. From my volunteering efforts I learned that raising money (even if it is for a very important cause) it harder than it may seem.
British Airways finds that only a small degree of frustration is experienced by their millennia’s with regards to the way their business works due the strong culture at British Airways. The new graduates and apprentices integrate into this culture very quickly and therefore do not experience any major problems with the different generational gaps. It can be said that managers both locally and internationally are learning and adapting their way of doing things for example Instant Messaging to adapt to leading the New Generation. Some of the motivational factors for millennia’s within Comair that came through was most of the staff were motivated by their colleagues, work environment and passengers. Cabin Crew worked in ‘Buddy systems” which they