1.1 Explain how a working relationship is different from a personal relationship
The difference between a working relationship and a personal relationship is that a professional relationship is governed by professional codes of conduct and employer policies and procedures.
Fundamentally, it is vitally important to maintain professional boundaries between other staff members and individuals in your care, taking care to maintain a strong sense of mural respect and understanding of the beliefs of others, regardless of your opinion of them.
Essentially, a personal relationship is one that is created through personal choice with a person who you share similar interests and personal …show more content…
In instances where the individual has limited communication abilities, this is pivotal to ensuring that the needs of the individual are met as the person most able to convey the needs and requirements of the individual is usually a family member or professional body such as their social worker or healthcare professional.
This is also important during the handover of an individual in a one to one care arrangement, whereby any and all information regarding the needs of the service user can be shared to best ensure that the individual receives the best support possible.
3.2 Identify ways of working that can improve partnership working
By using open, respectful and effective communication with colleagues and superiors to ensure that everyone's primary focus is the best possible care for all individuals.
To learn from more experienced colleagues as well as teaching skills to others will help to understand how different approaches work for different circumstances and individuals as well as increasing the knowledge and skill base of all staff.
By treating everyone as an individual, with the respect and dignity that everyone deserves, it fosters an environment where honest, open and positive communication can flourish which massively helps positive outcomes for all