Tag Archives: behavioral code

Professional Responsibilities 🌱

Practicum Instructors Evaluation :______is open to feedback and accepts both positive and negative feedback very well. She is looking to grow and therefore very open to growth. She is willing to be challenged. For example, when the youth set the … Continue reading

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Office Chatter Box

During staff meetings, one of my co-workers can’t seem to stop talking. “Megan” dominates every discussion with a detailed rehash of previous topics and an obsessive focus on minor details. Our manager allows her to ramble on without doing anything … Continue reading

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Resilience – Networking & Advocating

Hi_; I’ve been filling these  things (liecensure verifications) out all week…so good timing. First question…Do you have a SW job yet? This is the correct credential you want, but you need to be working and under the supervision of an … Continue reading

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Parenting

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The Ripple Effect

Civility means stepping up and owning responsibility for the feeling of others. Our behavior has impacted beyond the person we’re interacting with.When we treat someone with kindness, she’s more likely to show kindness to the next person she encounters; the … Continue reading

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