Working relationship x Personal relationship 1) Working relationship is a relationship where I spend time with my coworker and client together at work, but I have little or no contact out of working hours. It’s strictly professional. A personal relationship is one where my personal life and extra activities and social life are involved. 2) Working relationship does not allow arguing, accepting differences, discussing interest and personal life’s problem between participants. 3) Working relationship is established with colleagues, clients and other professionals and sharing information is limited. In personal relationship it can establish with anyone and sparing information is unlimited.
The relationship between – manager and care worker -care worker and kitchen staff
It is important that social care workers work in partnership with individuals using the service and their family to ensure the best possible support and care is provided.
Some families may be able to provide useful information to support us in our work and we can be able to provide useful information to support them in being part of the individual’s lives.
If there are communication difficulties with service users a carer or family member can share information about how we can best communicate with an individual.
1) Good communication system and good communication skills – communicating in an appropriate, open , accurate and straight forward way 2) Always feedback any concerns we have to our manager/supervisor 3) Sharing expert knowledge and respecting views of others to achieve positive outcomes for individuals
1) Compromising- People try to find a solution that will at least partially satisfy everyone. 2) Collaborative- People try to meet the needs of all people involved. They cooperate effectively and acknowledge that everyone is important.