Building relationships, considering others feelings and celebrating their successes with them can maintain strong leadership. By encouraging my team to participate in the decision making process I empower them, which inspires job satisfaction this reduces conflict, poor time keeping and absenteeism. I need to be able to help my staff team understand the need for change and I do this by being clear about my aims and objectives, the actions required and the part they need to play.
The affective preparation process and the interpersonal skills I would want to improve. Regarding the affective preparation process I would like to improve my proactive behaviors as well as my critical thinking. For myself I know that I personally need to start early on a project and do a bit at a time in order for me to be successful. This would require me to push myself to be more proactive with starting the preparation process. I also feel that I could improve my critical thinking skills when creating the analysis as well as writing the proposal.
He also states that additional logic to having boundary conditions distinctly defined is in when one is making the most risky of all decisions; which is when the conditions are for all intent purposes opposing. Basically, know your range of options that will still count as success. He additionally purposes that testing the effectiveness of the decision against the actual course of events is best. However additionally he further suggest observing the changes is paramount when it comes to validation of the
The aim for this approach to is to be cooperative and assertive to create a win-win solution that makes both parties satisfied. In this situation, the other party’s interest should be just as important as yours to create a beneficial solution. Also, good communication helps parties to hear both sides of the situation to avoid any misconceptions. Good communication includes nonverbal cues, such as listening to the other party’s concerns, and verbal cues, such as open ended questions. Referring to Beunza (2013), good communication allows you to find value in what the other party is saying and feeling.
• Self-disclosure – An appropriate level of self-disclosure is necessary in a mentoring relationship and it’s dependant on the confidentiality of the relationship. • Finding a mutual beneficial solution – This is self explanatory in itself but it may also require a ‘Third alternative solution’ where both parties are satisfied with the result but that it may look different to what they originally intended. This does require both parties to be open-minded.
This truly is the desire for humankind in their battle to end bigotry. Later on, on the off chance that we can surmount the unreasonableness of bigotry to the point where nobody detects it, we will be in fine condition. State of mind, conclusions and the way we treat individuals depend on our convictions. In the event that convictions are preferential, at that point our disposition and conduct will be the same. Bigotry is a conviction in light of defective thinking, misinterpretations, and speculations.
Reflecting on our strengths and weaknesses before starting our first practicum will be a good memento for our practice. It allows me to figure strengths that give me hope and confirm that I can do it. My written weaknesses will be a good tool to know what to improve in my practice right from the beginning. Our goals are a good way to see where our strengths and weaknesses fit in there and how taking care of our selves is of prime importance. I have always had a genuine interest into others.
A problem can be more than an issue it can be creating a new idea or choosing between perspectives. Even though I agree with this perspective I cannot completely agree with the idea that no system is better than the other. In my opinion system 2 is better because consequences are considered, even though timing is a negative factor. Even though I side with perspective one, perspective two brings up an important idea about why critical thinking is so difficult and that is because it takes practice. This idea works along with perspective one idea that our reasoning skills may not be up to par, assumptions might be wrong or experience consequences that were unexpected.
We as individuals have to familiarize ourselves with people of various ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Once this is achieved we can then begin to help people, because we are truly aware of their needs. As we look at Saint Leo Core Values we can conclude that dignity and respect play a vital role in dismissing inequality. Having respect for others implies treating individuals equally, and communicating in ways that will help to build a healthier
But where there is in flux in the territory in which these decisions are being made, it makes the decision-making more precise. Add that culturally maturity’s changes alter circumstances in particularly dramatic ways and how understanding it is changing and the conclusion becomes even more irrefutable. Culturally mature truth is more solid truth because it provides the feedback needed for mature consideration. A creative or experimental frame provides the beginning of a way beyond the norm or deadlock.
Although it might be hard sometimes to accomplish these things, the effort that you put forth speaks more than the result. We do need to try something beyond what we have mastered in order to grow because it allows us to learn how to face adversity, and gives us the confidence to think that we can do anything. Stepping out of our comfort zone allows us to learn how to face adversity. We need
This was helpful because with me planning to use this in order to determine where a client stands in the processes of change, it was beneficial that the article explained what to expect in each stage and made suggestions in order for the client to experience each stage to its full potential. An example being the Self-Reevaluation stage, which suggested value clarification, healthy role models, and imagery are techniques that can move people evaluatively. Therefore, exposing the clients to others who have succeeded in overcoming substance abuse and has developed a better life in doing so may encourage them to change their habits rather than having to verbally recommend why changing their habits is necessary. Overall this was an article that supplied great information and will not only be a reference I use in intervention, but will also be something I use in my personal
By using these new set of skills, it will help me assist others in getting from where they are now, to where they want to be with their performance and with them making their own choices. By taking time to understand their situation and deeply listen to what they have to say as well as being fully engaged so that they can truly be understood will get me to that next level of being a better leader. This will create a sense of connection and comfort, fostering a climate of openness and trust with that individual. I will use “SMART goals” to develop a goal with high personal meaning and relevance ensuring that the goals are, in fact, the individual I am coaching. This will make some situations at work a whole lot easier to deal