Order and discipline have been a part of my life well before and proceeding my time in the service. Regimented time has been a practice I’ve used to avoid stress by knowing exactly when and where I need to be at all times. I had written down all assignment due dates in my monthly planner on the first day of the course to ensure I would not miss deadlines. Although, I had to flip flop some activities throughout my day and postpone my movie night with my husband, I was able to accomplish all objectives I had planned over those
I always have a plan on what I want to accomplish. I always have a plan if I want to go out and hang out with friends, the first thing is to get if out of the way and then go do other things, being able to work on habit #2 during class has helped my school work and myself planning on what I need done the most and to get it done and out of the way so I won’t have to focus on it the last minute, also so it won’t be a struggle to get it
I am striving to push myself beyond my limits and to do more than just the minimum for an ‘A’ and to learn as much as I possibly can. My personal goals for my time spent at St. Cloud State University is to balance my commitments so I am present and excelling in all aspects I include myself in. I do not want to spend too much time at home cleaning and cooking or spend too much time with my husband, when I should be doing school work. Another personal goal of mine is to keep my body fit and healthy so I am confident.
But, I have been inspired by this class to get serious about my future, career, spending, saving, and retirement because you are never too young to start working on these things. By determining where I stand financially, I can list my debts and plan a budget
As we began working together, it was obvious someone would have to step up and take the lead on the projects. Although I didn’t volunteer to take the lead, the other interns looked to me for direction when we were assigned with tasks and projects. The leadership role I took on came with the responsibility of updating management with any problems and all progress made on the projects. I found myself in a position where in order to keep everyone on the same page I had to communicate important information and updates to and from management and interns. This experience continued to take me out of my comfort zone by constantly having me communicate to upper management our task results and updates.
The “KEYS” to changing the way you communicate first would be know yourself, evaluate the professional context, your communication interaction occurs, and stepping back and reflecting. Quintanilla, K., & Wahl, S. (2014) Because people communicate in everything they do each and every day, they communicate in the work place to get things accomplished. They communicate with their family and friends to make sure everyone is taken care of their responsibilities it is essential that people realize the importance of their own interactions. Respect is a large part of how people should begin to interact with each other, if two people are in a conversation listening should be the highest of
I know I used to be lazy in the past but that is beneath me and it’s time to move forward. I have something to prove this semester. By being on time and never missing a classes shows that I’m committed to get my work done on time. It will show that I’m getting all my work done with no excuses by showing up and doing my test as recurred. By showing up to every class I will gain the credits I need because without coming to class I won’t get the full credits I need.
For example: studying to get a good grade, cleaning your room so you don't get punished by your parent, or in today's world, go to work every morning in order to get a salary. This last one is the most common and its the one that has been more present in the workforce. The other form of motivational factors is an intrinsic factor, this involves engaging in a behavior that will give you a personal reward. It essentially means performing an activity for its own sake than from the desire of some external reward. For example: making a puzzle because you think the challenge is fun or practicing a sport.
They focus on clarity in each information which can be well understandable through the charts and diagrams. These communicators sometimes seen as pessimistic MY PREFFERED METHOD OF COMMUNICATION My preferred method of communication style is controller and analyzer. I focus more on facts and like to get it clear all my doubts every time and that is essential for role clarity that must be possessed by a leader. I would like to focus more on results and would like to solve problems and objections. Communicating to employees in different
Everyday people are constantly constructing Gestalts about those they meet and interact with. People are trying to determine the sort of influence that you could potentially have on their life whether it be positive or negative (McCornack, Chap. 3, Constructing Gestalts). According to Amaeze, she has seen me as “dependable, caring, and kind”. Overall, Amaeze says that I’m “always willing to help others.” Reflecting on this, I think I am seen this way because I feel the need to meet others expectations of me.
I make sure I meet deadlines without compromising the quality of my work. Timeliness is the key to be able to manage work. If you are punctual you will get everything done on time. I’m a Rockstar VA because I never stop learning. If there new methods, techniques and technology, I am very willing to learn.
What do I know? I know that through this job, it is going to make me happy knowing that I am helping people who are hurting inside and/or outside and just want comfort to know what they may have. All different kinds of jobs set high demands for their workers, and Radiology technicians are yet one of the many. This job will require a lot of skills to be able to really grasp your attention towards your patient. You have to be able to know how to use the machines properly, and that simply just takes some experience, and eventually you will be able to feel confident in yourself with what you are working with.
housed in a facility such as Lincoln Place, there is still that sense of survival on a daily basis. Because this is a “harm reduction” model and clients are using on a daily basis, there is always some sort of turmoil happening within the confines of the building and some of the clients have difficulty trying to adjust to that when they are trying to better themselves. This is where strong case management comes into play and being able to work with your clients and being more client-centered. It is important to able to keep the client focused on what they need to do in order to better or help themselves, rather than concentrate on what is going on around them. Along with client-centered approach, person in environment is another approach