Also, I was able to strengthen my organizational skills when managing my time between my additional classes, volunteer work, and my teaching assistant responsibilities. My teaching assistant experience has made me become more critical of myself as a student. I am more conscious of the impact of arriving late to class on the classroom environment. Therefore, I now make an extra effort to arrive at class on time. The skills acquired for my teaching assistant experience will be beneficial to all to all future
Performing a self-assessment before this course, helped me realize there are a few areas in need of improvement before advancing to the next level in my career. I believe the educational training received in the Master of Science, Management (MSM) program, will enhance my current skills so that I am more efficient in the workplace. After analyzing the results of my assessment and identifying my weaknesses, I know the amount of hard work and dedication put into my course work will provide the training I need to start a successful career. In my opinion, my overall communication skills are average, but I must strengthen a few areas so that I will be clear, concise, and adequate when communicating.
Negative self talk and self criticism often results in low self esteem and a lack of confidence. You may be very harsh on yourself, focusing in on all of your weaknesses and perceived flaws. Likewise, you may extend this habit of criticism to others in your life. This can be the cause of tremendous strain on relationships.
Every time that a group project is assigned I look everywhere in search of hardworking people, but unfortunately this is rare nowadays. I personally do not like working with a group of people, it is a waste of our time for a number of reasons. People are more dependent on one another and expect the job to be done for them without even trying. This affects the way we are now, things are not supposed to be easy and just magically be solved; it defeats the purpose of working together with each other and learning. I agree that more people can serve as a power source for more research, but it still isn’t sufficient enough for those who just act like fools and don’t get their work done; the one’s that are goofing around can distract the rest of the group members and convince them to join the dark
TEMIMA MAYER LIFE ORIENTATION MISSION STATEMENT AND PERSONAL PHILOSPHY PERSONAL MISSION STATEMENT: I aim to live my life with integrity, respect and acceptance in order to be a positive force in the lives of others, without compromising myself. I hope to achieve this with a positive outlook on life, making the most of each moment. I realise there is more to people than what meets the eye and I hope to dig a little deeper to find the beauty that lies within them.
The articles, “Dear Grads Don’t ‘Do What You Love’” and “Do What You Love and Starve?” explain that when one does what they love as an occupation, they will not prosper economically. This is because doing what one loves is often a tough labor market or a mental strain; causing one’s energy to drain. Carl McCoy’s article is short and sweet when explaining why one should not follow their dreams in certain fields. He suggests to the reader that one should go into a job that is performed with a sense of purpose, a sense that ‘love’ does not uphold. This is included because McCoy would like to see more people in fields like medical, education, and public safety.
Therefore, we must learn how to interact with one another in appropriate manners for each interacting individual. For instance, I have always been timid when working with a physician, because I am stuck on the idea that he or she may be too intelligent for me. I believed that we did not have compatible minds, so communicating with an individual such as a doctor would lead to lack of comprehension to my end. Therefore, uncomfortable feelings may arise, leading to a lack of collaboration. This scenario clearly changed, due to the fact that the physicians whom I have worked with have shown me otherwise, and prodigious teamwork has driven from there.
Self-Assessment Reflection Recognizing that I am a flawed person with limitations, biases, and anger is difficult to accept. Understanding that these flaws, left unexplored, will affect my ability to be an effective counselor is both stifling and freeing. I am not perfect, but I have the power to change my belief system in order to be more accepting of others.
I know that some of those weaknesses will soon arrive to give me problems and hinder me to attain my goals in life. One of my weaknesses that I can admit is that I don’t meet standards of some people, I can’t handle multi-tasking, and have a lot of problems in being a perfectionist, sometimes I solo my work and don’t ask for anybody’s help even though it requires a group work, and I can probably say that I am lazy, I can really admit that, I also believe that one of my greatest weaknesses is that I still lack the knowledge that I’ve requires me to be the best of myself, I know that there is still a part of me that is missing that I have yet to find. Though I have weaknesses, many weaknesses, I also have my strengths and those strengths I am so proud of because it has all has something to do with my weaknesses, I can say that I am sometimes a perfectionist, however my strength in being a perfectionist is I can see the better out of things. Yes I do solo work though it requires a group work, however I learned to be independent to
Change is a time in your life where going out of your comfort zone usually to see a better outcome. I think change is meant to be good for you. Even when it seems tough, you are learning and growing as a person. Change happens slowly, but it happens. I personally hate change, It makes me feel like I 'm in a very difficult adjustment.
The Building Empathy in Healthcare article mentions a couple of reasons of the importance of empathy. Empathy helps build trust and increases patient compliance, as a result patients have better recovery rates. According to a research study, doctors provide better service when their patients fully verbalize their emotional concerns (Killam 2014). It is no secret that being a doctor is a stressful job; however, health providers and even patients can help physicians physically recharge through burnouts. In order to ensure that, we are truly empathetic towards patient we must remember where we came from.
The MSN in education will help me grow professionally so I can have that career that will help carry me into the later years of my life. The MSN in education will help me grow professionally and also help me help others with my experiences in nursing and also help students develop the drive
As I, learn new skills and experiences I hope to gain more confidence in knowing that what I have done in caring for a patient, that I will be confident in knowing it was the right thing to do. I must remember that even though I always try to do my best, I am human, and I am not perfect. If something does not go as expected, I will examine the situation, and try to learn from it. To know that I have helped someone in time of need is a big reward for me. Knowing that I made a difference and contributed to society in some way makes me
The lack of communication can put the workplace in trouble. The reason why communication is a problem may consist of many different personalities and level of skills. Not everyone is the same and knows how to work as a team to get the tasks complete for their shift. Although working as a team will help make the workplace very effective, this is not being done at this Royal Farms. Deana stated that the personality conflicts and personal bias causes the communication to come to a halt.
Personal Reflection Paper Shaun Weems BSHS/345 December 15, 2015 Chelie Byerly Personal Reflection Paper The purpose of this essay is to inform the audience about how I will stop the invidious comparison and how I will identify strategies that I that I am using to block the signal of vicarious traumatization in my life. And as a human services professional how I could avoid vicarious traumatization in my profession. Finally, discuss what blocker mechanism I can developed to avoid vicarious traumatization in our daily basis. To begin it is important to understand what invidious comparison means.