This is where the Evaluation is key and should be filled out honestly so these points are picked up In HR and dealt with according so not to happen again (Appendices 2). Support from the organization is needed to ensure new employees don’t feel alone and always someone designated to them that they feel they can talk to whenever about anything. Coaching is essential as it builds confidence in employees and draws their skills out that they already had but afraid to use. Setting up a plan gives the employee a goal and motivates them to achieve it as they can see what they have to do to accomplish it. Feedback is needed to show where they are going wrong but by putting it in good points to make them feel at ease and keep the trust.
Bodimer (2012) explains that training and development can be used to motivate staff. However, motivation can be hindered when not properly enforced. Bodimer (2012) further stated that an organization should follow a well-developed and ongoing training program to keep staff motivated by learning new concepts. Employee Motivation Techniques Motivating employees is an important skill for supervisors, managers, and business owners to have. When developing motivation plans, it is important to recognize the individual differences among employees and realize that not all motivation techniques will work for everyone.
As a career counsellor you will always need to understands the clients' needs and emotions. In addition, sometimes you will meet clients who has disabilities or especial needs therefore knowing your clients' rights, needs, barriers or limitations and its cultures, will help you in serving them better. Throughout this course I have learned that you should be aware of your own fears, biases and limitations when working with them. You should also be aware of the impacts that will have in their career lives and support systems that is available for them to take. For example, before this course I will have fears in working with clients who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing because I would not know how to communicate with them.
This will help prepare the clients for when the time of transition comes, the clients are capable know how to live and do things on their own. In order to get the employees on board, I have to help them understand why the organization is going with new methods and techniques that will service the client’s needs to be
The most valuable information I’ve taken away from this course is for social workers to have a greater understanding of the NASW Code of Ethics to empower client. The best support system social workers can create for client is to continually build a rapport with the client and his or her families to get everyone involve. Which is why it is important for social workers to be empathetic and cultural competence to client’s cultural values and beliefs. To be culturally competent, social workers must: know about their client’s cultural background, know and be aware of their own personal values and bias, and use appropriate techniques and skills when providing effective counseling. Another thing I learn is to gain awareness of my biases and able to work on them so that I do not impose my own assumptions and thoughts to my clients.
It would be challenging to see people get hurt over and over again and not take the advice given to them. I would always want the best for my clients and to see them not use my knowledge and help would be upsetting. To try to overcome the challenge of clients not responding to the guidance provided, I could refer them to another intervention or a different social worker. This could provide hope that if other people guide the client in the same ways, they may start to realize that they should take it seriously. Social workers have a lot of experience and if multiple professionals tell a client the exact same things, they are bound to realize the troubles or violence that could be repeated and the necessary treatments that should be done.
Although this may be a useful thing to aspire to, it cannot happen without the willingness and readiness of the person seeking help. Another expectation that I may be bringing into some of my relationships is the expectation that if I am helping in a good way the person seeking help should have all their problems fixed in just a few interactions. This is also a useful expectation as it motivates me to help as effectively as possible, but I can’t impose such high and frankly unattainable expectations on those people that are coming to me for help with something. It is primarily going to be up to them what they are ready to be helped with and how much they would like me to be involved in that process. Lastly, I may sometimes expect that the people that come to me are totally ready for my help and are ready to dive in right away.
These training classes would help teach them new procedures and techniques that would help with career development and set them on the right track. Reading on this section really made realize how big of a role that HRM has in career development. Having your manager help you with your career development is important but your manger is not always going to help you. This helped me realize why having a good training program in place can also help the employee when it comes to career development. When you are able to get those training aids it not only help you with your career development but it also helps show your manager that you are taking extra steps to help your career and this can help you when looking at getting
Therefore community service is very important for students to do, before they are able to graduate. In life its importan... ... middle of paper ... ...ce to prove that. SO why not get a reference while helping the environment. But furthermore in the future employees want to be able to trust there employees. So what they do is they do a back ground on the employees that wants the job before they give them the job ,as they are looking not only will they be looking at any bad records of you they will also be looking for records that, you had work experience and social skills.
The process of empowering clients is gravely needed in the social work profession and in life in general. Empowerment is where you can assist people in developing their aware that they have their own strengths and resources to solve their own problems. Empowerment is not easily gained for many individuals at times one may need that affirmation that they are doing something achievable and commendable. Helping clients to identify their strengths is a great aspect of the social work profession. Empowerment is needed on a daily basis when working with clients.