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Rookiegirl Level 12 / Mom & Student
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In any job your will have standards that you must meet as written in your job description. These are usually ranged from minimum required standards to expected standards, to exceeding expectations.

There are regulatory and statutory requirements that are relevant to specific industries which you must comply with.

There are best practice standards established and constantly updated and revised for the job that you do.

There is reflective practice which is initiated by you as a planned, ongoing evaluation of your performance compared to standards and to the way others performing the same job achieve the highest level of success. This involves communication with others and changes in the way you perform a task to enhance your level of performance.

The global statement that would answer this is that you are aware of all standards that need to be met for your role at any given time, make reflective practice a routine part of your job, and ask your supervisor if you are unsure what standards apply to your role.
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