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What standards influence the way your role is carried out as senior career
You have to execute on your boss’s priorities too,” says Watkins. [ “Show her that you’re willing to pick up the baton on important projects.” Maignan Wilkins also suggests you “lean more towards yes than no” whenever your boss asks you to help with something new. Find out what keeps your manager up at night and propose solutions to those problems. Seize leadership opportunities, no matter how
small Make sure your “let me take that on” attitude extends beyond your relationship with your boss. Raise your hand for new initiatives, especially ones that might be visible to those outside your unit. “This will give others a taste of what you’ll be like in a more senior role,” says Maignan Wilkins. It doesn’t have to be an intense, months-long project. It might be something as simple as facilitating a meeting, offering to help with recruiting events, or stepping in to negotiate a conflict between peers. You might find opportunities outside of work, too. You can sit on the board of a local nonprofit or organize your community’s volunteer day. “These activities send the signal that you aspire to leadership potential,” Watkins says. read more .. ]
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Weegy: You have to execute on your boss’s priorities too,” says Watkins. [ “Show her that you’re willing to pick up the baton on important projects.” Maignan Wilkins also suggests you “lean more towards yes than no” whenever your boss asks you to help with something new. Find out what keeps your manager up at night and propose solutions to those problems. Seize leadership opportunities, no matter how small Make sure your “let me take that on” attitude extends beyond your relationship with your boss. Raise your hand for new initiatives, especially ones that might be visible to those outside your unit. “This will give others a taste of what you’ll be like in a more senior role,” says Maignan Wilkins. It doesn’t have to be an intense, months-long project. It might be something as simple as facilitating a meeting, offering to help with recruiting events, or stepping in to negotiate a conflict between peers. You might find opportunities outside of work, too. You can sit on the board of a local nonprofit or organize your community’s volunteer day. “These activities send the signal that you aspire to leadership potential,” Watkins says. read more .. ]
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Weegy: Answer: Explore how a range of factors, [ societal attitudes and beliefs impact on service provision Factors include: Money; sufficient staff (health and social care has so many unfilled vacancies because it is so poorly paid compared to the level of serious responsibilities staff must carry); Money; crumbling hospital buildings and poorly staffed adult social care departments - staff going sick due to work related stresses and injuries - Money (you get the picture!); recession and even less money in funding! Societal attitudes - 'I pay my taxes, therefore I am entitled to what I want' - consider the cost implications of giving free access to whatever an individual deemed was their right in terms of health and care; people who have never paid into the system taking from it (health tourism); ethical dilemmas over what should be freely available on the NHS (sex change operations; IVF; breast implant removal - to name but a few issues which have caused contraversy over the years). Beliefs: These may be cultural beliefs (women can only be cared for by women in some religions) or lumping all people from a particular religion into a one size fits all service - can lead to stereotyping. It is important to see each person individually without making up your mind about what they will or won't want in terms of service delivery. Some of these ideas will overlap (some may feel that having a family through IVF fulfills their religious/cultural beliefs) but I hope this gives you an idea of what the question is asking. Just split it down into component parts -makes it easier to work out what is being asked sometimes. thenvqman.smfforfree3.com › Forum ] (More)
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Weegy: Personal values, belief and attitudes As human beings, we all have our own values, beliefs and attitudes that we have developed throughout the course of our lives. [ Our family, friends, community and the experiences we have had all contribute to our sense of who we are and how we view the world. As community services workers, we are often working with people who are vulnerable and/or who may live a lifestyle that mainstream society views as being different or unacceptable. If, as community services workers, we are to provide a service that meets the needs of our target groups and helps them to feel empowered, we need to be aware of our own personal values, beliefs and attitudes and be prepared to adopt the professional values of our industry—and not impose our own ideas on our clients. What are values? Values are principles, standards or qualities that an individual or group of people hold in high regard. These values guide the way we live our lives and the decisions we make. A value may be defined as something that we hold dear, those things/qualities which we consider to be of worth. A ‘value’ is commonly formed by a particular belief that is related to the worth of an idea or type of behaviour. Some people may see great value in saving the world’s rainforests. However a person who relies on the logging of a forest for their job may not place the same value on the forest as a person who wants to save it. Values can influence many of the judgments we make as well as have an impact on the support we give clients. It is important that we do not influence client’s decisions based on our values. We should always work from the basis of supporting the client’s values. ] (More)
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