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Q5. Provide a brief explanation as to why you share information/resources. Sharing information / resources is important to avoid duplication of works, mistakes and save time overall. It is also important to demonstrate that sharing information in organisations can benefit both the individual and the companies involved. Sharing information produces better, less stressful results, which improves self-confidence. Q6.
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Frances Joy Benoza CHCPRP001 Develop and maintain networks and collaborative partnerships 09048 CHC43015 Certificate IV in Ageing Support In your own words, explain how you would ensure your information is up to date. Answer: To ensure your information is up to date, you should regularly review your organisation's information sources and check that the information you hold is the latest version. And It is a good idea to date information as you gather it, so that you can review it after set intervals. Q7. List four (4) different types of collaboration you may take part in? Answer: Meetings Telephone conversations Provision of training Exchanging of reports. Q8. Describe the opportunities for your client that will be relevant to meeting their personal goals as well as meeting organisational goals. Answer: Opportunities that meet client, personal and organisational goals requires: Knowing the goals of the client, the organisation and yourself Being familiar with what is happening within the company Research their company Knowing industry trends and opportunities. Q9. a. Document how you would work in collaboration with employees to integrate identified projects into aged care service delivery. Answer: When working in collaboration with employees to integrate identified projects, you will need to use communication and management skills to ensure that you are collaborating efectively. Refer back to the plan regularly to ensure all parts of the project are proceeding on time. Make sure there is an open, honest atmosphere so you can raise and address problems. This can be created by constant communication, even if you don’t work in the same workplace. Use the technology such as phone, instant messaging, email and video conferencing to remain in touch and updated in the project. b. Provide a list of the difficulties under the following headings when working on a collaborative project. Problems may include:
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Frances Joy Benoza CHCPRP001 Develop and maintain networks and collaborative partnerships 09048 CHC43015 Certificate IV in Ageing Support Conflict - This occurs when some members don’t do their agreed share of the work or do all of the work and don’t allow others to participate. Projects should follow the agreed work division plan. If you have problems, voice them in meetings in a diplomatic constructive way. Disagreements may arise during work due to diferent opinions, work styles, knowledge or experience. Try to come to a group consensus or take a vote on it if there are enough members. Try to keep the structure and work practices flexible. If this doesn’t resolve the conflict, you may need to reassess the
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