Organise personal work priorities and development

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1. To obtain the feedback, write it all down to improve in self growth and to be self aware.

2. Key Provisions of Legislation

2.1. The anti-discrimination legalisation

2.2. The Scope of Practice

2.3. Duty of Care

2.4. Privacy and confidentiality

3. Goals, Objectives and key performance indicators

3.1. These are all indicated by the health workers job description which outlines what they are needing to complete and do in their workplace, the goal of following the tasks is to complete it at a compliancy level which is determined by internal and external feedback which allows the health worker to achieve her goals in their workplace.

4. Elicit, analyse and Interpret feedback when communicating with co-workers

4.1. Eliciting feedback

4.1.1. Straigies for giving feedback that the person to obtain the information

4.1.1.1. Ideal to start with the positive things the person did and then tell them what they need to work on, and then finialise with ways to work on their weak points.

4.1.1.2. Open body language and a calm tone in voice.

4.1.2. Being Given feedback

4.1.2.1. Pay attention and be present

4.1.2.2. Open-minded

4.1.2.3. Eye contact and asking questions to improve performance.

4.1.3. Interpreting feedbacl

4.1.3.1. To interpret and reflect the feedback, its important to write it all down, review the information surrounding the weakness, and decide whether the person needs to go back into training or review the weakness with a co-worker, to improve in self growrh,

5. Principles and Techniques of goal setting, measuring performance, time management and personal assessment in learning.

5.1. Goal setting

5.1.1. To be able to goal set, its important to know the exact requirements of the job description so you know exactly what to set for,

5.1.2. Use SMART

5.1.2.1. SPECIFC

5.1.2.2. MEASUREABLE

5.1.2.3. ACTIONABLE

5.1.2.4. REALISTIC

5.1.2.5. TIMEBOUND

5.2. Measure by receiving informal and formal feedback

5.3. Regular and reflective to increase knowledge and skills

5.4. Evaluating feedback in personal assessment and learning.

5.4.1. Record

5.4.1.1. company/ manager

5.4.1.2. Writing it down yourself

5.4.2. follow up plan

5.4.2.1. extra training?

5.4.2.2. update knowledge?

5.4.2.3. going back to training

5.4.2.4. Quitting job?

5.4.3. Identifying learning needs and skill gaps

5.4.3.1. Able to measure the growth

5.5. Time Management

5.5.1. Having an effective and successful daily routine

5.5.2. Having a calendar and diary for efficient organisation

6. Stress

6.1. Signs

6.1.1. Increase in absenteeism

6.1.1.1. Rarely at work

6.1.2. increase in tardiness

6.1.3. increase in sick leave

6.1.4. Decrease in productivity/performace

6.1.5. Unable to make decisions

6.1.6. Fear and reluctance of going back to work

6.2. Seeking support and help

6.2.1. Gong to a counsillor or the hospital support team

6.3. Define process not a diagnosis

6.3.1. Feel under pressure and thinking that you'll fail

6.3.2. Workplace stress:

6.3.2.1. Response to work demands and pressure that don't match your knowledge and skill abilties

6.3.2.2. changes

6.3.2.2.1. job description

6.3.2.2.2. new equipment/ staff

6.3.2.2.3. lack of training and information

6.3.2.3. signs

6.3.2.3.1. physical

6.3.2.4. symptoms

6.3.2.4.1. feeling