Management Skills: People Matching
To develop the information needed to match those who use services with staff or with other people who use services. A good match between those who provide the services and those who receive the services is one of the strongest determinants of quality of life. Where there is a good match community connecting becomes easier.
Think about the person you are supporting. Think about who has worked well with the person and who has not. Complete the four columns to identify the key supports wanted, skills needed, personality characteristics needed, and desired shared common interests.