Public Health and Social Care Services – Being Nice Does Not Always Lead to Good Behavior
The concept of nice has been around since time immemorial. From the first person to the last, nice has always been associated with warmth, acceptance and above all, a sense of humor. While in the present society there is plenty of negativity and rudeness, there is still a need for nice people to survive. So what is nice?
The definition of nice can be broken down into two: first, nice guys; and second, nice ladies. According to the dictionary, nice guys are those who do not take offence when they receive criticism or constructive criticism, are willing to listen to others, have positive attitudes and are considerate. This is quite an obvious requirement for public health and social care services. If you are a nice fellow, then you will probably have no problem with constructive criticism and will be willing to hear what someone else has to say. Therefore, being a nice person will greatly improve outcomes in the areas of healthcare, crime and violence, education and behavior and healthcare.
A nice fellow or lady, then, would be someone who takes the trouble to listen, is open to new ideas and respectful of all human beings – men, women, young or old, and so on. Being nice can also mean being very thoughtful. For instance, it would be nice if the head of the NHS used to come to your home and explain to you the latest findings on the causes of heart disease. By being thoughtful, you will be improving the quality of your life by providing better healthcare to many, while helping to save more lives. You may also want to consider a high-quality job that will enable you to contribute something meaningful back to the community, by getting involved in social care, community projects, charities, and so on. By doing so, you will be providing high-quality guidance to many, while improving your own social care.
A high-quality social care worker will be someone who uses nice guidance and high-quality methods to try to improve outcomes for the people that they work with. Therefore, it is necessary for such workers to be nice people. By using nice guidance and high-quality methods, they can improve outcomes for all those people and in turn provide better quality standards of life for all those people, in turn improving their quality of life.
By being nice, one can also avoid the pitfalls that come with bad attitudes. If you were to work in a healthcare organization where everyone was mean, you would find that everyone around you did not get on with each other and would be very frustrated by the whole thing. It is not nice, and it is not acceptable. Yet, it is much harder to try and work towards high-quality standards of life when you are dealing with mean people every day. Therefore, by working with nice quality standards of life, you are going to be much more likely to succeed, not only in your particular job but in life overall, because you will be dealing with people who treat each other well, and who have high-quality standards of life.
So, next time you find yourself working in an environment where there are poor quality standards of behavior, and where the people do not treat each other well, consider getting a job in the public health and social care services sector. You will find that the work is very challenging, and you will enjoy being able to help make the world a better place in as many ways as possible. Just remember that being nice does not automatically lead to good behavior. One must work to improve their behavior and quality standards, and use positive guidance and high quality methods.