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Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................3SWOT Analyses and key skills required....................................................................................3The short and long term visions..................................................................................................6Research and learning styles.......................................................................................................7Potential roles and their suitability..............................................................................................8Belbin test....................................................................................................................................9Participating in meeting or being an effective team contributor...............................................10Utilising feedback for moving forward.....................................................................................10360 degree review.....................................................................................................................10Personal development plan.......................................................................................................10CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................10REFERENCE................................................................................................................................11
INTRODUCTIONPersonal career development skills comprises of various type of skill sets such as communicationskill, analytical and research skills and interpersonal abilities. As these skills are required byindividual in health and social care. Under the report a portfolio is being provide that comprisesof different skills and knowledge that effects the working efficiency. As these skills increases thelevel of professionalism in the workplace(Akkermans and. et. al., 2015). Professionalism is thecompetences or skills that are being expected by professional to posses in the industry. Thereport will further define various factors that will examine key skills that are being required bythe employees such as academic, professional and employability skills. It will also examine thepersonal areas by analysing the SWOT so that personal strength can be used for futuredevelopment.The report will also analyse the advantage of 360 review system in the workplace thatcan help the individual to analyse their performance and to utilise feedback that can helpindividual to perform in more effective manner. As it is important for individual to develop theirskills sets as per the market needs. Market needs is the concept that comprises the functional andemotional needs of the target markets and by developing various skill sets individual can activelyasses the needs of the people and can deliver product or services accordingly. The report willalso highlight certain research and learning style that can assists an individual in developing theirskill sets in the health and social care industry. Along with highlighting the a personaldevelopment plan that will comprises of establishing aims and objectives that an individualswants to achieve or the place where individual want to go that can be made for short, long ormedium term in the career. This will help the individual to handle the employment role moreeffectively(Avidov-Ungar, 2016). The employment is an agreement that exist between anemployer and employee which involves that the employee will provide certain service on the joband in reward of the service the employee will get compensation. In order to fulfil the jobresponsibility the individual requires skill different skill sets.SWOT Analyses and key skills required.SWOT analyses is the model which is used to evaluate an organisations competitiveposition and to develop a strategic planning. It is useful in assessing internal and external factorswith the present and future potentials. This tool or instrument assess the performance,
competition, risk and potential of a business of health and social care sector in which anindividual is working. Thus, individual has lot of internal strength and weaknesses and externalthreats and opportunities which are to be explained in detail and they are discussed below :StrengthHighly skilled clinical staff.Patients are willing to involve.Local charities willing to participate.The health social care services has astrong ethics of openness, sharing andcommitment to maximising theconfidence of patients.Local charitable organisations aremotivated and willing to participate inthis.Outstanding expertise in basic healthcare training.Highly motivated and manpowerresources.Reliable and authentic informationrelated to the facts and figures ofcustomer behaviours.WeaknessNurses of the health and social careorganisation is not willing to meet.Staffs are not clear with their roles inthe relationship with the patients.Services are not flexible in nature andare too stretched for additional activity.Narrow emphasis on open events.Lack of technical skills which is veryimportant in present business world.Insufficiency of funds to meet heavyexpenses(Benson, Morgan andFilippaios, 2014).OpportunitiesActive volunteer committee willing toplan and organise events.Head nurse is willing to flex clinictimes to free up clinical staff time.Use of patients to contribute in thepractise delivery.Immense opportunity for increasingtechnology which helps in accessingThreatPolitical changes in the organisationposes a strong threat on the companyby affecting the operations.Customer preferences are increasingwith changes in technologicalimprovement which demands the latesttechnical equipments in the health andsocial organisation(Skovholt and
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