Report on Professional Practices- Woolsworth

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Running Head: PROFESSIONAL PRACTICESProfessional Practices
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES2Table of ContentsEthical parameters and responsibility in mentoring relationship for both parties.....................2Strength and weakness of mentoring the relationship................................................................2Effectiveness of own mentoring experience..............................................................................4Strengths you feel you exhibited during this placement............................................................5Growth areas were you made aware of during this placement..................................................5References..................................................................................................................................6
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES3Ethical parameters and responsibility in mentoring relationship for both partiesWhen I worked under the assistant manager of Woolworth then I observed that a mentor canbe a person who has an upper ranking in the working place. I also analyzed that a mentorhave also higher experience as compared to other employees. The mentor can support thementee’s to develop their professional as well as personal life1. Mentors can be a role modelwho aids to accept, confirm, protect, and friendship with the mentee. A mentor can observe,counsels, listens, challenges, coaches, and promote to the mentee2.I learned about different kinds of ethical parameters and responsibilities for both mentors andmentee such as ethical code of practices, limitation and expectation, confidentiality, equalityand diversity, training, ethical standards, and ensuring the quality. I learned that if anindividual is a work as mentee and motor then they have needed to create their understandingof the code of conduct. It can be implied for mentoring the relationship between mentee andmentor3. I also analyzed that the main aim of the code of conduct practices is to identify theresponsibility, consistency, and get a reliable result. In addition, I also observed that thementor and mentees are aware to the boundaries and expectation for making a robustrelationship. I also analyzed that the mentors and mentees should be clear and honest1Halliday, M. A. K., & Hasan, R. 201).Cohesion in english. UK: Routledge.2Hedman, U. 2015. J-Tweeters: Pointing towards a new set of professional practices andnorms in journalism. Digital Journalism, 3 no. 2: 279-297.3Sweet, J. J., Benson, L. M., Nelson, N. W., & Moberg, P. J. 2015. The American Academyof Clinical Neuropsychology, National Academy of Neuropsychology, and Society forClinical Neuropsychology (APA Division 40) 2015 TCN professional practice and ‘salarysurvey’: Professional practices, beliefs, and incomes of US neuropsychologists.The ClinicalNeuropsychologist,29 no. 8:1069-1162.
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