Leading subordinates to success starts with building trust with your subordinates. It is important to gain trust throughout the ranks because without trust it is hard to influence Soldiers and complete the overall mission. You do not just receive trust automatically because you are a leader, you have to earn
Feedback is important as it sets up targets; the person knows what to improve. It motivates people and helps them to focus. It helps identifying the strengths and weaknesses. It expresses what is important to the organisation and the job and reduces uncertainties in people.
State why and when health and safety control equipment, identified by the principles of protection, should be used relating to types, purpose and limitations of each type, the work situation, occupational use and the general work environment, in relation to:
A proactive approach to addressing and monitoring this issue through every facet of an operation will provide a positive and productive workforce. The negative impact can be a devastating proposition, regardless of it being known or unknown within a workplace setting. The fines, scrutiny, public opinion, individual liability issues, lengthy litigation process can be detrimental to companies.
3.1 Supervision is an important source of feedback and we discuss my work and how I am doing, what I am doing well and what needs to improve. Supervision feedback could be formal like in supervision meetings but also informal when talking unplanned. For example, my manager will come in, in the morning and ask ‘how did it go last night? And after explaining, she will tell me fine but next time add this to what I haven't done today. My colleagues and the service users are important too for giving me feedback, for showing me what I am doing well, the areas I need to improve on and work on.
Identify hazards, assess risks and risk control measures. Any kind of business you are, there is always the possibility of an accident or damage to someone's health. All work exposes people to hazards. Loads which have to be manually handled; dangerous machinery; toxic substances; electricity; working with display screen equipment or even psychological hazards such as stress. The reason there’s not even more accidents and diseases caused in the work place is because systems of prevention which are in place which have been built up over generations. Most accidents happen because they have not been prevented. Essentially you have to ensure absence of risk to safety and health of employees and others 'so far as is reasonably practicable'.
It can also raise self-esteem and improve staff morale. When seeking feedback it is important to show that you are willing to listen and learn from others and that you are willing to improve continuously.
7. Injury and Violence Prevention- Injuries and violence are common occurrence; accidental injuries and those triggered by acts of violence are included in the top 15 fatalities for Americans of all ages. The Injury and Violence Prevention objectives for 2020 signify a wide range of concerns, which, if adequately targeted, will increase the health of this nation. Various factors can affect the risk of unintended injuries and violence, risky behaviors, bad choices made; such as drinking and drugs can increase these preventable injuries and deaths (Healthy People, n.d.).
In an article from the U.S. Office of Personnel Management [OPM] (n.d.) it stated that “without feedback, you 're walking blind, at best, you 'll accidentally reach your goal, and at worst, you will wander aimlessly through the dark, never reaching your destination.” Feedback is a critical element in a managers “toolbox” when evaluating employees. It gives an employee a view of how good or bad their previous performance was and what or if they need to improve in their performance. It also reduces
To assure quality and to promote a culture of safety, health care organizations must address the problem of behaviors that threaten the performance of the health care team.
Eat a batch of fudge - Yum, Yum. Have an ugly stomachache - Dumb. Dumb. Watch the home shopping channels - intriguing. Endless items you don't want - fatiguing.