Table of Contents
Task 1: Personal values.
Task 2: Impact of new development on the social care setting.
Task 3: Evaluate my own contribution with others as a team member
Task 4: Assess my own current skills and learning styles.
Task 5: Holistic Development of my goals.
Task 6: Reflective account of how I have monitored my development plan.
Task 7: How the limits of my own work roles impact on work with others.
Personal and professional development has been considered as an essential component in health and social care. The aim of this report is to conduct a study on personal and professional development. The report is divided into three key sections. In the first section, the report focuses on the personal values and principles which impact on the work in health and social care. The second section of this report emphasizes the personal development plan producing, monitoring, revising, and evaluating the plan. In the third section of the report, the report discusses how the limit of persons’ workloads can impact the group/team works.
Task 1: Personal values
Personal values refer to the philosophy, beliefs, and mission that are meaningful on a personal level. Personal values are reinforced by individuals’ feelings and emotions, that turn personal perceptions into important passions that people hope to understand and realize in their lives. Although many people are not aware of their personal values, every single person has specific personal values. Whatever the values the people have, if they can consider their values deeply from their heart and can implement in their real lives, they can accomplish a lot with huge success.
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When personal values are applied, implemented and committed to people’s lives, people get the energy that provides success, achievement and social well-being. The key personal values the people have are religion, honesty, culture, friendship, success, prosperity, freedom, accomplishment, punctuality, accountability, flexibility, self-reliance, goodwill, self-reliance, quality of work, ethics and values, equality, justice, loyalty, reliability, flexibility, goodness, the harmony of purpose, customer satisfaction, creativity and innovation, customer satisfaction, cleanliness, justice, family, faithfulness, independence, resourcefulness, etc.
|Personal values||Impact of the principle of health care setting|
|Ethics and morality||Ethics and morality are the key personal values which impact the work in health and social care. These personal values mainly affect basic honesty conformity to laws and regulars related to health and safety issues. These also influence the ethics of democratic responsibilities, conflicts of interest, ethics of compromise, service orientation as well as procedural fairness. Workforces may behave unethically when there is any complexity of strategic issues that can cross the ethical lines, can create difficulties in confirming what other suitable ethical alternatives are, what the plan for positions, power, competition for scarce resources, conflicting loyalties, etc.|
|Religion||Religion plays an essential role in everyone’s life which reinforces the personal values in the health and social care sector. Consequently, employers in the health and social industry should respects individual religious practices by the employees in workplaces. Further, following the religious activities, both employers and employees should focus on honesty, tolerance, respect for others, truthfulness, purity, etc of the religious values in the workplace.|
|Honesty||Honesty is one of the fundamental personal values to make strong and long-term relationships in the workplace of health and social care services. This value influences both employers and employees to make a good understanding between them and to make a long term relationship.|
|Love and respect||Everyone in the workplace expects love and respect from others. This love and respect may disclose through feelings, needs, preferences, thoughts, decision making, acknowledgment and recognition. If someone respects and loves others, the persons who are loved must feel and contribute and thick to do positive responses.|
|Generosity||For building relationships, gain trust and being responsible, generosity can play a significant role in the health and social care sector. When one sacrifices and devotes at work for others, others also must give positive responses and feedback with devotion and sacrifices, which will impact on performance and productivity positively.|
|Impact of personal culture and experience: |
Individual culture and experiences at the workplace of social and health care services play an important role. Cultural values in the social and health care sector refer to the common understandings recognized in the workplace. Personal culture influences the culture of team members. In addition, an individual’s culture transfers to the new team members. These values mainly focus on the system of knowledge, believing, acting, evaluating, and standards for perceiving related to human communities according to environmental settings (Khalil and Seleim, 2010).
These are also fundamental assumptions as well as beliefs which are called learning responses. Any social system may arise from networks of shared ideologies which are consisted of a number of substances, where networks of meaning refer to forms, values, norms and ideologies. These values express, communicate and affirm the team members in workplaces, and define the organizational cultural values. The individual cultures at workplaces may emerge into the social workgroup culture, where culture discloses as observable forms through the use of symbols, language, customs, ceremonies, technology, use of tools, method solving problem, work setting design, etc.
Task 2: Impact of new development on the social care setting
According to Rodgers (2012) notes, every individual has a tendency to develop and grow himself/herself in the workplace to achieve maximum potential and best reward from the employers. This tendency can be developed from individual own efforts, or by forces at the workplace. When any tendency is developed by the advice of managers at works, it is described as the motivating forces or divers of enabling individuals to gain the organizational goals and objectives. It is essential to have self-knowledge and understanding related to the person-centered approach, because it may be expressed at workplaces impacting the team/group members. When the experiences are good and positive then other teams/group members follow one’s self-concept. On the other hand, when the concepts of the individual are negative, it is criticized by the group/team members.
The study discloses that several factors may impact a person’s development in the workplaces of health and social care settings. In a workplace of health and social care, people come from diverse cultures and backgrounds, which impacts an individual’s development. This is because there are cultural differences between individuals, consequently, there are differences in attitudes, traditions and movements in workplaces. Secondly, discrimination in the workplace can be one of the key barriers to a person’s development. Discrimination in workplaces may disable one’s mission and objectives severely and may prevent one from achieving the goals…………….