describe how your own values beliefs and personal experiences might affect your working practiceNote:
Your own values may affect your working practice in the same way that beliefs may because if you don't believe in a job you are not going to do it. [ An example is if you are completely against the death penalty, that is a value or belief of yours so therefore you probably would not become a corrections officer. Another example is if you value young people and believe that you can make a difference in their lives then that may affect your working practice in the aspect of you becoming a teacher or something close to that. My opinion is if you negatively look at something which is because of a value or belief then you will not want anything to do with that in a job, but if you positively value or believe in something it may be something you would want to work with. Personal experience definitely does affect your working practice because if you grew up with a carpenter that is a dad and you helped him out while you were young up until you were grown, like my brothers did then they could always turn to that as a job if they wanted to. Also, personal experiences could affect a persons working practice if they grew up spending a lot of time in hospitals sick they may not want to work with anything having to do with medical, or vice versa. Hope this helped!:) http://answers.yahoo.com/question/?qid=20111123073105AAHKN95
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One of the best ways to learn about one's beliefs & values is to look at behavior.If one acts a certain way then the person...Weegy:
Own values; One may come to find they are working shifts they don't like etc and not be able to do anything about it. [ Such events happening often lead to disagreements with how your boss sees things and how work is managed.
Belief systems; Many times people have been told not to bare a cross about their person whilst on duty or have a symbol showing. Many companies know feel this form of self-expression is off putting and it's even been stated by companies that religious symbols is not part of their uniform.
Lots of people are better suited to working for themselves which isn't always about an inability to follow orders, it can be for many reason exclusive per company/boss. ] Note:
Everyone has different values, beliefs and preferences. What you believe in, what you see as important and what you see as acceptable or desirable is an essential part of who you are. [ The way in which you respond to people is linked to what you believe in, what you consider important and what interests you. You may find you react positively to people who share your values and less warmly to people who have different priorities. When you develop friendships, it is natural to spend time with people who share your interests and values. ]
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