Task 1: Professional Skills in Action
In this task you are asked to critically evaluate the performance of your team and discuss what you would consider to be effective and what areas needed further development in terms of building this team and completing the project. In your discussion you must consider the following:
- Teamwork, team roles and team forming
- Interpersonal skills / effective communication
- Resolving conflicts / intercultural awareness
- Ethics / professional conduct
- Other relevant professional skills
The project of analyzing the topic of ‘How does lack of professionalism affect Human Resources (HR)’ was executed for analyzing and evaluating the factors affecting HR. The project implication would be defined with the formation of the effective work completion and the listing with the formation of the satisfaction and experience management of the project (Naumann et al. 2016). The following section would include the analysis of the evaluation of the teamwork, effective communication, and conflict management.
Communication management for the team members is applied with the formation of the initiative work alignment (Nikulchev, Ilin, Biryukov and Bubnov 2016). The main role of the communication would be aligned with the formation of the information conveyance. The main motive for the communication would be effectively management and it would be successively managed with the identification of the wrong information management. The team required more effective methods for the information on the literature analysis of the professionalism. The implication would be aligned for the formation of the satisfactory work alignment. The utilization of the proper and effective implication of the information management development. The team members would be responsible for the effective work listing management of the project. The different means of communication would be effective with the formation of the work alignment and the listing of the timely execution of the projects. The team members would form the use of the virtual platforms for the integration of the works.
According to the study of the team work analysis for the research project, it is clear that the management of the work would be supported by the integration of the timely management and operations (Naumann et al. 2016). The teamwork level would be implied with the organization of the works and the calculation of the successive work alignment. The alignment of the effective implication management would be implied with the management of the listing development. The management of the work with the implication of the effective work alignment would be developed with the utilization of the improve analysis management. The communication management would help in forming the SMART objectives for the project. The integration would align with the formation of the works and developing the effective alignment of the Specific (S), Measurable (M), Attainable (A), Realistic (R), and Timely Achievable (T).
Each of the team members would be responsible for collection of the information about the impact of the professionalism on the human resources. The integration would be aligned with the formation of the lesson learnt alignment and the information listing development. The improvements in team work would align for the management of the specific roles. The information listing for the project would take care of the innovative work alignment and the fixation of the specific formation.
As defined by Mauroux et al. (2016), the project works was taken care following the principles of the project management. The first lesson learnt from the study of the topic of How lack of professionalism affects Human Resources (HR)’ was that effective communication and information management would be responsible for the alignment would be deployed effectively. The utilization of the communication management would be implied with the significant listing of the operations taking care of the innovation development. The analysis would be deployed for the formation of the analysis model and the confining of the formation of the work system development.
There were some conflicts during our meeting session and brainstorming processes. The critical communication would be implied with the continuation of the successive management of the processes. The difference in age and culture resulted in some issues for the listing of the probable implication works. Seabrooke and Nilsson (2015) have stated that the effective communication can lead to the definite alignment of the work by the stakeholders. The entire project process would support the fixation of the operations and defining of the successive work alignment. The analysis of the success factors was executed for resolving the conflicts. The strategies for overcoming the issues were,
· Communicate the required information to each of the team members for integrating the listing of the responsibilities aligned for each of the project member as per their skills and knowledge
· Meeting the deadlines is another major factor for the integration of the works aligned with the formation of the specific work alignment management
· Consideration of the suggested changes for the listing of the effective work alignment and listing of the probable implication of the tangible/intangible solutions
· Most recent information for the communication management and ensuring the alignment for the designated file so that the team members can have access to the information
The team work is very important in completion of the works. The work aligned in the project team would be improved with the formation of the work division (Moffett and Mill 2014). The roles of the team work would be effectively implied with the utilization management and formation of the team forming management. As per the professional skills would be deployed for taking care of the innovation and the formation of the smart work alignment. The use of the professional skills required for the analysis of the effective project completion professional skills (Velosa et al. 2018). The integration of the teamwork, team roles and team forming would result in the formation deployment would be aligned for developing the implication professional skills.
Hoffses, K.W., Ramirez, L.Y., Berdan, L., Tunick, R., Honaker, S.M., Meadows, T.J., Shaffer, L., Robins, P.M., Sturm, L. and Stancin, T., 2016. Topical review: Building competency: Professional skills for pediatric psychologists in integrated primary care settings. Journal of pediatric psychology, 41(10), pp.1144-1160.
Mauroux, L., Dehler Zufferey, J., Rodondi, E., Cattaneo, A., Motta, E. and Gurtner, J.L., 2016. Writing reflective learning journals: promoting the use of learning strategies and supporting the development of professional skills. Writing for professional development, pp.107-128.
Moffett, J. and Mill, A.C., 2014. Evaluation of the flipped classroom approach in a veterinary professional skills course. Advances in medical education and practice, 5, p.415.
Naumann, F., Yang, J.L., Thai, T., Ford, C. and Polly, P., 2016. Virtual patient consultations and the use of an ePortfolio assessment to support student learning of integrated professional skills. Focus on Health Professional Education: A Multi-disciplinary Journal, 17(3), p.69.
Seabrooke, L. and Nilsson, E.R., 2015. Professional skills in international financial surveillance: assessing change in IMF policy teams. Governance, 28(2), pp.237-254.
Velosa, J.D., Cobo, L., Castillo, F. and Castillo, C., 2018. Methodological Proposal for Use of Virtual Reality VR and Augmented Reality AR in the Formation of Professional Skills in Industrial Maintenance and Industrial Safety. In Online Engineering & Internet of Things (pp. 987-1000). Springer, Cham.
Task 2: Your Professional Skills
In this task you are asked to select one of two options. In option 1 you are asked to select a critical moment and use Kolb’s (1984) reflective cycle to analyse the situation and how it deepened your understanding of professional skills. In option 2 you are asked to provide general evaluation of your contribution to the team and the project. In your discussion you must consider the following:
- Leadership skills
- Acting on initiative
Your writing should be underpinned by reflection on what you have learned about yourself from the portfolio tasks as well as in the course of this module
The study had underpinned the deployment of the activities and formation of the major alignment for the listing of the project completion. I have been responsible for the project as being a team leader I had to ensure that the effective work implication would be helpful in defining the successive implication of the system development. I had to take care of the work division, progress of the work, system alignment operations, and improved work efficiency in the team. It was important for managing the work for the project and collect information. I had aligned the deployment of the activities for ensuring that the work would be effectively managed. The activity alignment had been implied for ensuring the enabling of the smart work execution. Decision making, leadership skills, initiative acting, flexibility, and team building (Hoffses et al. 2016). The use of these skills would be helpful for the formation of the alignment development.
I had to ensure that the implication of the effective activities and their alignment would be supported by the effective alignment of skills of decision making, leadership skills, initiative, flexibility, and team building. The functional alignment had been developed considering the simplification of the work and listing the formation of the improved innovation development (Warnock and Mohammadi-Aragh 2016). The activities were undertaken by me for dividing the work. The alignment had been managed with the formation of the professional skills development. The activity listing would be supported by the formation of the effective implication management. The integration of the operations had been supported by the formation of the alignment management. The formation of the works would be implied for the ensuring of the works and listing probable management of the smart work development. The information would be deployed for the listing of the specific work completion.
The decision making is helpful for aligning the successive integration of the works and formation of the effective information management. The listing of the probable development work would form the listing of the decisions for execution of the works and it would imply the formation of the efficient work completion (Kuravsky et al. 2015). The analysis would be allowed for forming the development of the work related to the technology innovation development. The application would form the alignment of the activities and forming management of the operations and aligning specific work completion. The integration would be implied with the formation of the analysis of the effective decisions and their evaluation.
I had to endure effective leadership skills for forming the alignment of the operations and specific work completion. It was important for implying improved leadership with the formation of the improved innovation and execution. The alignment of the activities would be largely deployed with the innovation and deduction of the operations for taking care of the innovative work integration (Bastalich, Behrend, and Bloomfield 2014). The listing of the works would be deployed for forming the listing of the activities. The use of the flexible time management had been helpful for ensuring the alignment of the specific work completion. I had been using the concept of team building and flexibility for executing the project works.
Team building helped me in taking care of the works that was not doable from my end by bringing the person with required skills (Shoemaker et al. 2016). The team building is a constructive work that ensures the bringing of people with same or different skills and knowledge to collaborate and work on the same deliverable. I needed people with innovative work development and development so that the analysis would be implied with the consideration of the work. The skills of team building was required for not only building but also bringing the team members on same platform. The listing of the effective and smart work analysis would help in ensuring the alignment of the successive work innovation (Bland, Kusano, and Johri 2016). The building of the team work has been largely impacted by the formation of the work confirmation.
Flexibility was another major professional skill that I followed as it helped in making work easier for the members (Long and Bailey 2017). The team members performed best under the flexibility in time and performance. I had to make sure that the flexibility was given only under the formation of the specific work completion. The quality and work performance for the project had to be kept intact and the listing of the probable. The information management would be kept intact for forming the analysis of the professional skills and deployment of the innovative work completion.
Bastalich, W., Behrend, M. and Bloomfield, R., 2014. Is non-subject based research training a ‘waste of time’, good only for the development of professional skills? An academic literacies perspective. Teaching in Higher Education, 19(4), pp.373-384.
Bland, L.C., Kusano, S.M. and Johri, A., 2016. Engineering Competitions as Pathways to Development of Professional Engi-neering Skills. In Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, New Orleans, LA. doi (Vol. 10, p. 26629).
Gauvreau, S.A., Hurst, D., Cleveland-Innes, M. and Hawranik, P., 2016. Online professional skills workshops: Perspectives from distance education graduate students. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 17(5).
Kuravsky, L.S., Marmalyuk, P.A., Baranov, S.N., Alkhimov, V.I., Yuryev, G.A. and Artyukhina, S.V., 2015. A new technique for testing professional skills and competencies and examples of its practical applications. Applied Mathematical Sciences, 9(21), pp.1003-1026.
Long, E.C. and Bailey, D.C., 2017. The Professional Sequence and High-Impact Teaching: Skills, Methods, and Internships. In Field-Based Learning in Family Life Education(pp. 29-37). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.
Nikulchev, E., Ilin, D., Biryukov, D. and Bubnov, G., 2016. Monitoring of information space for professional skills demand. Contemporary Engineering Sciences, 9(14), pp.671-678.
Shoemaker, S.E., Thomas, C., Roberts, T. and Boltz, R., 2016. Building a mentorship-based research program focused on individual interests, curiosity, and professional skills at the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics. Gifted Child Today, 39(4), pp.191-204.
Warnock, J.N. and Mohammadi-Aragh, M.J., 2016. Case study: use of problem-based learning to develop students' technical and professional skills. European Journal of Engineering Education, 41(2), pp.142-153.