501 Use and develop systems that promote communication
Review the range of groups and individuals whose communication needs must be addressed in own job role
Within my job role I communicate with wide range of people this could be direct support staff who I manage, senior managers, external agencies, service users and their relatives. I do communicate with these people using several methods such as meetings, training, face to face discussion, and whilst undertaking assessments. To do this successfully I need be able to listen, disseminate and deliver information, provide and receive feedback, use questioning to clarify, take written notes, formulate response’s, negotiate, debate, ...view middle of the document...
Extraverts will be more confident communicators, they may speak before they have digested information, introverts are more likely to be shy listen and digest information and take time to consider a response
Hurried communication can lose context and may not be understood this prevents people from formulating a response.
Use and abuse of power
People may feel they are expected to communicate in certain ways due to the powerful influence of others.
Anxiety and depression
Personal health issues can affect communication for example if someone is stressed or anxious they may be more aggressive or unable to take a rational approach
0 1a). Means of communication may include: Verbal-this is using words to discuss topics I try to avoid over complex language when interacting with service users
0 1b). Means of communication may include: Non-verbal-this can be using body language and tone of voice and facial expressions this can add meaning or further aid understanding when been mindful of the congruence of the message been communicated.
0 1c). Means of communication may include: Sign-for some people we support within Eden they use Makaton or BSL to communicate
0 1d). Means of communication may include: Pictorial-this may be using signs and symbols such as a PECS system or photographs to aid communication
0 1e). Means of communication may include: Written-daily written notes are recorded within files, communication books, diaries
0 1f). Means of communication may include: Electronic can be e mails, text messages
0 1g). Means of communication may include: Assisted can be using sound boards, speaking clocks computer software
0 1h). Means of communication may include: Personal this can be general chatting with colleagues on a personal level this type of communication would be less boundary governed
0 1i). Means of communication may include: Organisational this can be during an operational meeting or sending organisational wide e mails to convey a message this would be structured to ensure the information is portrayed appropriately
0 1j). Means of communication may include: Formal methods may be used during a meetings or disciplinary hearings where written notes are being taken this would often be prepared in advanced.
0 1k). Means of communication may include: Informal communication which is used daily to pass information on discuss and share ideas informally plan and agree solutions
0 1l). Means of communication may include: Public (information/promotional) Within my role I attend external partnership board, social worker and CCG meetings where I am an ambassador and represent the company. The way I present the company needs to be professional to promote and sell the company using effective communication geared to the setting it is been used for example when working with family’s they want to know that their relative is going to be cared for appropriately whereas professionals will...