As a career counselor, the primary focus is helping an individual decide on a career to pursue. The career counselor focuses on the future and well-being of an individual (Subich, L. M. 1994). Counsellors attempt to create a "life design" or a "life role" for their clients more than working role (Subich, L. M. 1994). The purpose for this is to equip clients with the tools to make their own the life changing decisions. It also attempts to aid the client in finding a job that falls within their skill set.
It also guarantees that procedural, practice standards, legislative and policy are encountered and employees are well developed, monitored and supported mainly in service delivery role. Supervision offers a platform to staff in order to reflect on the process, progress and content of their work (Kadushin & Harkness, 2014). 1.2 Describe And Compare Models And Theories Of Professional Supervision The theories and practices of supervision started developing as soon as counsellors were able to train other social workers as well. Various diverse theoretical models are developed for supporting and clarifying counselling supervision. The supervision model presented by Davys and Beddoes (2010) reflects on the development and management and uses triangle for each point to have a supervisor role, this includes: • Handling service delivery • Organisation procedures, protocols and policies • Quantity and quality of work priorities and
1.2 – explain how communication affects relationships in work setting relationships in work setting in health and social care are very important we need to build a relationship with are colleagues and mangers staff to enable us to work effectively.it is essential to establish good relationship and communication with service user and there family’s but you must always have boundaries and keep it professional effective communication and working relationships . In order to work effectively with a service user line mangers, colleagues and families you must be able to meet their needs relationships are also governed by body language facial expression smiling and ways in which others listen and talk to you. If the communication is poor between you and a service user and with your work colleague the care the service user receives will not be right for them if you’re not talking to them or communicating with them how are you going to know what they like or don’t like. for example if your feeding them toast
For the most part, I believe I set a suitable example for my employees to follow. Making sure to discuss my interests and hobbies at work proves to others that work is not the only important thing in my life. Although I share some things about my personal life with co-workers and employees, I have established boundaries to make sure that the environment stays professional. Hobbies are an important part of balancing work and personal life. I regularly communicate with my supervisor and co-workers when there is an important family matter that I need to be a part of.
In the article, “Facilitating Dissertation Completion and Success Among Doctoral Students in Social Work” by Janet Liecty, Minili Liao, and Christine Schull, it described several skills and talents needed as a way to excel in social work. On page 483 of the article, it reiterates the exact same topic of having knowledge mentor for the reason that as humans we need reassurance and praise especially from someone experienced. A few pages later, it describes key elements: confidence, responsibility, and patience as a necessity to accomplish success. When helping individuals with trust issues and family troubles, it takes technique and time to get them to gain your trust and speak about issues. If a social worker goes to a client unprepared and doubtful, it increases the chance of unsuccessful
I used information I learned from the DSM-V and applied it to the interview with KS. Being proficient in motivational interviewing allowed me to engage intrinsic motivation within KS. Motivational Interviewing is a counseling style that is goal oriented and client-centered which elicits behavior change by helping clients explore and resolve ambivalence. Using this technique allowed me to become a helper to KS’s change process. According to Garthwait 2014 understanding, the importance of effective communication is the perquisites for becoming a skilled communicator, which is the goal of both the student and lifelong practitioner.
They need to be aware of the disadvantage as well, in that case they know what they’re signing up for. In A Career As a Social Worker, the book tackles the pros of social working in the chapter “Attractive Features of This Career.” The vocational guide cites that this job has personal satisfaction attached to it. Social workers get to interact with different people with specific needs daily. There’s great emphasis on noble intention, “they get to witness the resilience of the human spirit in action, which can be very inspiring.” (21) There’s gratifying feeling about helping individuals cope which has positive impact on a social worker’s
Scholars also pointed out that social support is a bridge between employees and organizations. Through interpersonal interaction and assistance, we can not only meet the employees' feelings, self-esteem appreciation, belonging and security needs, but also help them to enhance their resilience in confronting with challenges, pressures, and difficulties, have been considered that receiving support from supervisor and peer can directly help employees to cope with workplace stress (Cheryl, 2009). Nursing work required professional training, problems or tough situations encountered in workplace, in contrast to the friends or family, colleagues, close preceptors or unit supervisors may exchange experiences and recognize each other which is important force to help the novice nurse get through an adaptation phase independently (Kerber, et al., 2015).Hutchinson et al. (2008) suggest that the organizational characteristics of the nursing workplace are a very important prerequisite factor in nursing WPB model. The factors such as tolerance, awareness, legitimate power and rules are over-used in the workplace bullying, therefore, starting from each unit, from the supervisors to each colleague, establish awareness and cognitive of bullying situational, and introspect whether exceeding of authority and limitation in speech or attitude to others have caused bullying behavior, moreover establish anti-bullying workplace atmosphere are important steps to solve WPB.As administrative directors, regularly investigate the workplace bullying, setup counseling hotlines, provide staff care and help promptly, to create a safe and "zero-tolerance workplace bullying" working environment are positive, aggressive direction to go
(Kramer, 2010). Through the lens of the MBTI Assessment, Judging and Perceiving represent how individuals like to live their lives either through structure (judging) or flexibility (perceiving). The course syllabus is a resource that can address both those types making them feel comfortable. Faculty can schedule a series of sub-assignments with deadlines allowing perceptiving students to stay focus and second-look meetings for judging students that react too-quickly to completing assignments. (Brightman, n.d.).
While reading Professionalism in Health care, this chapter helps the student better understand the importance of strong work ethic as well as the importance of the performance that is given by the employees. Some of the performance measurements listed in the book are committing to your job, being mindful and aware, avoid illegal, unethical, and inappropriate behavior, and report to work on time, as well as using critical thinking. Critical thinking is best described as “Using reasoning and evidence to make an analysis or reach a decision.” (Makely, 2017). Critical thinking can be used to find multiple solutions for a problem by thinking through each situation, deciding on a strategy, testing it, and observing the results. Therefore, getting