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Set in Stone
One of the most influential people in my life for me is my father Willian S. Diehl or also affectionately known as Pop. I am fortunate to have been raised and taught by a man like my father. The type of person, husband, and parent I have aspired to be is due in large part to the way I was encouraged, mentored and taught by Pop. He was a wise teacher who instilled in me the importance of working hard and being honest. He taught me that if I desired something strongly enough, I could with honest hard work, earn whatever I was seeking and be successful in all of my endeavors. I am sure my life has been profoundly influenced because of
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January 31, 2014
The ideal person according to Confucius
Confucius was an outstanding thinker, educator, and philosopher. He believed that a superior man is threefold. First of all, the ideal person is virtuous and free from anxieties. Second, he is wise and free from perplexities. Third of all, he is bold and fearless. Morality was the most important subject for Confucius. He stated that the ideal person was one who learns to live their life within the parameters established by heaven.
Confucius believed that the ideal person should follow five basic concepts or virtues. The first of these is Ren, or
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A person bad habits.
Nowadays, there are a lot of people with their own bad habits. Sometimes people begin to notice them and understand that it is not a good and some of them want to solve from them but they can not. There are a lot of kind of a person bad habits such us to glad hair, play with pen and pencil, swing on the chair, interrupt the other people and etc. But we well see only some of them and also some ways to solve from this bad habits.
In our days, one of the biggest problem of person bad habits it is to interrupt the other people. Unfortunately a lot of people do not have any patient and it is a very big problem. Sometimes they do not notice them and they think that
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Narrowing down to on person who had had an impact on my life is a
difficult task, and one that requires a lot of thought. There have been many,
but as I travel back through my memories, one person stands out above the rest, my mother.
Whether in the classroom or at home, that one individual continuously
shines. She knows how to help me when a problem arises, she is there to pick me
up when I fall, and she is there as my biggest supporter when all is going
She always seems to know when to push me or when
to just step back and allow me to learn life lessons. One example of her
driving me to do my best is a time that I had an extremely tough exam in
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Using ‘Person Centred’ Communication Skills and Models to Help Clients Admitted for the First Time to a Mental Health Hospital
Communication is one way of exchanging information and feelings from one person to another (Bach and Grant 2009). It is transmitted through verbal and non-verbal behaviour.
Communication is an essential and fundamental aspect of nursing care (Timmins 2011). It is a major and important part of daily nursing practice in the nurse-client relationship (Sheldon et al. 2006).
Communication in nursing is unique and it is different from communication between healthcare providers because nurses are at the start of the healthcare service as they spend
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Ashley Reed was born on a warm Texas morning in June 1984. This blue eyed little girl was a huge surprise to everyone because they were all expecting a little boy. Named after an actress from a soap opera, this bundle of joy grew up as an only child, but shared a lot of time with cousins, aunts, uncles, and grandparents. Raised in the country, Reed had a passion for animals and getting dirty. There wasn’t anything that could stop this little tom- boy from jumping in a puddle of mud, climbing trees, or capturing wild horses.
This determined country girl learned at a young age to be independent. Reed would go out to the pasture and capture a horse
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"Maturity begins to grow when you can sense your concern for others overweighing your concern for yourself " - John Mac Naughton once said. It is particularly true in Vietnam where men who can not be regarded as a mature person until he gets his first baby, even though they might have already got a well-paid job and married a good woman. In my opinion, having the first child is the most important event marking the maturity of a people in both financial and spiritual terms. In this essay, I would like to present three explanations to clarify my point of view.
People should first recognize that the typical characteristic of maturity is good financial management. Admittedly, financial
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, is it worth obtaining one in the first place?
3. Are there circumstances when it is better for me not to be an innovator but rather produce “knock-offs” of other innovations?
1. Gee, these managers discussed in the article are a bit rough. Even if one particular person is not producing as expected, doesn’t this person still deserve to be treated with respect?
2. It appears that the automatic assumption is that the employee is at fault for not performing and therefore should be fired. But shouldn’t the responsibility fall on me as the manager and the system that I have introduced? Maybe the person is performing as well as the situation allows?
3. How am I to build team spirit within my
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Who can be a director?
A person has to satisfy the following requirements to become a director:
Must be a natural person
Must be at least 18 years old
Must not be someone who has been disqualified from being a director
Any person over the age of 70 cannot be appointed as a director of a public company
or its subsidiaries unless his appointment is approved by at least 75% of shareholders
at general meeting
Before a person can be appointed as a director, he must:
Make a statutory declaration on the prescribed Form 48A declaring that he has not
contravened sections 25 and 130 of the Companies Act, 1965 (the Act)
Consent to the appointment
Normally, a person becomes a director
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Power refers to the influence that leaders and managers have over the behavior and decisions of subordinates
Five Types of Power
• reward power
• coercive power
• legitimate power
• expert power
• referent power
It refers to a person's ability to influence the behavior of others by offering them something desirable
It is the opposite of reward power. Instead of rewarding a person for doing something, coercive power penalizes actions or behavior
It stems from the belief that a certain person has the right to exert influence and that certain others have an obligation to accept it. The titles and positions of authority that
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What different persuasive approaches would you use with the following audiences: a manager, a peer, a challenging person, and an open-minded person? Why would your approach differ with each?
The art of persuasion is not simply forcing someone else to see a point of view, do things a different way, or force someone to believe your opinion. Persuasion is getting a person to do something on their own free will, by making it enticing and/or appealing to them. In order to achieve that, it is crucial to know who the person is, or what they want or need in order to persuade them that they want to see things from your view.
When talking to a manager, persuading them could take combining
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The United States government has a lot to offer on their websites. The website has some of the most useful tools out there to help anyone with a question. If a person has a question about something they can just type it in the search engine on the website and it will try to lead you to the best possible answer that the person requested. Or you can just click on one of the tabs the website has to offer. The site offers services from A-Z. For example, a user can submit an address change all the way to look up zip codes in the United States. With the website you can also find government jobs offerings, if the person wants a career change or just looking for employment. The services just go on
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What does being in love actually mean? Lovig someone and being in love with someone often gets confused. In reality loving someone is a feeling everyone will feel. Whether it be with a person, place , or thing. Opinions on being in love have a variety of meanings. My opinion of being in love is caring about someone so much that your happiness doesnt matter, just theirs. The only thing that matters is that , that person is genuiely happy. Its a feeling that runs deep it conquers everyting, Nothing else matters. Just that person and yourself.
The phrase often used to describe the stage where your starting to fall in love someone. Trust me, when your in this stage, you will know. You
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First of all, before I start my speech. I would like to say good noon to all of you, especially to our good and handsome teacher Mr. Lucas. My speech is all about murder.
Murder is the crime of deliberately killing a person (Merriam Webster). It is a crime in the eye of the law here in our country also in other country. Especially it is bad in the eye of God. The question is why still murder does? As a religious person I’m so sad to think that there are many people that kill. For their own, they kill because they don’t like other person that they meet.
ANILA, Philippines - An Olongapo court on Tuesday ruled that US Marine Lance Corporal Joseph Scott
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Two People Whom You Admire
I believe that human will only keep on moving when there is a motivator for them. For me, what motivates me to be a kind and helpful person are the two people whom I admire. One of them is Ms. Kelly, my English teacher when I was in Standard Six, and the other one is Madam Tan, the aunty who lives next to my house.
Ms. Kelly is a very kind person. She always teaches us to give hand to those people who are in needs and she also never tired in helping people. For example, one of my friend’s family situation wasn’t so good and therefore Ms. Kelly buy him breakfast almost every morning. She hopes that my friend will not feel hungry during the school time and it
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Delirium can be caused by of exposure to toxins, use of or withdrawal from drugs or alcohol, electrolyte imbalances, high body temperatures, or medical illness (Hansell & Damour, 2008). Individuals that are delirious can forget who another person is and lose track of their surroundings. In addition people who have delirium changes in cognitive capacity such as memory loss, disorientation, or language problems (Hansell & Damour, 2008). This disorder can sneak up on a person as well as be short lived.
Dementia usually involves a gradual and permanent decline in cognitive functioning. Dementia unlike Delirium is permanent and get worse over time Dementia is loss of memory. Memory
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expressed. Showing a happy facial expression has a positive respond to the speaker or while talking to a coworker or friend. A doubtful or frown expression is a way the other person expresses his or hers misunderstanding or negative response to the message that was received.
The body language is one of the strongest tools when communicating and being involved with others. An individual body posture can reflect a positive or negative message. If a person body is slouching with his arms crossed on their seats it shows a lack of interest of what the subject that is being talked about. This body language would be considered negative and disrespectful. On the other hand, when a person is sitting up straight and making eye contact with the other person, it shows that the person is knowledgeable on the subject and is interested on what that speaker has to say.
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Competencies and Communication
The next few paragraphs will be explaining why understanding ones personal competencies help them become better leaders, and communicators. If a person can understand their strengths they can use it to their advantage when revising their managerial roles.
To understand competencies one must know what it means. Competencies are the skills, education, and knowledge a person uses at work or in any environment. A person who works with their children doing homework online or organizing their rooms has strengths they do not even realize. Just by doing these everyday activities in the family they are gaining communication, organization, and leading skills (Robbins
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A gravely ill man lies in bed awaiting death. He exerts all his energy upon every breath he takes. One of life’s agonies is waiting for it all to be over. Euthanasia, a remedy for this man’s unfortunate situation, could be his solution to happiness. It has been a long disputed act in the United States and Europe. Euthanasia is the practice of painlessly ending the lives of people who have incurable, painful, or distressing diseases or handicaps. Euthanasia is sometimes called ‘mercy killing’. To begin, one aspect of euthanasia’s benefits is the fact that the quality of life when a person is chronically ill tends to be very bad. Euthanasia can end an uncomfortable and painful life. Secondly
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Difference Between Criminal Law & Civil Law
The Paralegal Professional
February 28, 2013
Unit 8 Assignment
The Paralegal Professional
The differences in dealing with Criminal Law and Civil Law are that dealing with someone or maybe a business, who commits violations against statutes. Civil law has to do with lawsuits that are non-criminal such as divorce, contracts, injuries in an accident, and things of that nature.
In criminal law, the accountability has to be “Beyond a reasonable doubt” in order for anyone to be convicted of the crime. This means that there has to be a considerable amount of evidence towards the person or company, and that
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, but it was reintroduced in 1993. Since then seven people have been executed. Abolition of the death penalty has generally occurred in correlation with increasing democratisation in nation-states around the world.
* Death sentence is the judicial decree; execution is the actual killing
* It has been already abolished twice, first was on 1987, then reintroduced in 1993, and abolished the second time on 2006 by Gloria Arroyo
* Justice is better implemented by making him chargeable for what he has done and letting him suffer while he is living; killing a person is like letting a prisoner run away from what he has done
* Why would the court even implement a law to prevent
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Therapeutic communication techniques
Active listening- it refers to listening attentively with one’s whole being. It requires the person to acknowledge and respond, giving appropriate feedback, and pay attention to the other’s total communication, including the content, the intent, and the feelings expressed. ( Potter & Perry, 2001)
Empathy- refers to the ability to understand and accept another’s reality, to accurately perceived feelings, and to communicate this understanding to other. To express empathy, the nurse reflects understanding of the importance of what is communicated by the other person on a feeling level. Such empathetic understanding requires the nurse to be
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CMST 192 2:00-3:15 pm - Dr. Fischer
Chapter 5 Reflection
Listening skills are a very important for each and every person to have. Without them, how is one able to understand another? We are all guilty of poor listening at some point, especially in this generation because of all the technology we have access to. Cell phones are one of the biggest distractions to listening that I have seen. A lot of times you will see students sitting on their phones during the middle of a lecture or even sitting on their phones at a dinner table rather than listening to what the people around them have to say. Other examples of reasons for poor listening are things like the effort a person is willing to
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of causes of dementia here are son of them:-
Mixed dementia Mixed dementia is a condition in which abnormalities characteristic of more than one type of dementia occur simultaneously in the brain. Physicians may also call this condition “Dementia multifactorial.” In the most common form of mixed dementia, the abnormal protein deposits associated with Alzheimer's disease coexist with blood vessel problems linked to vascular dementia. Alzheimer’s brain changes also often coexist with Lewy bodies, the abnormal protein deposits characteristic of dementia with Lewy bodies and Parkinson’s disease dementia. In some cases, a person may have brain changes linked to Alzheimer’s disease, vascular
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Different Cultures and Race in India
There are many different cultures in India and the different cultures come from the different religions that the people of India believe in. Here are a few of the different religions that are in India; Buddhism, Jainism, Hinduism, and Sikhism. Even though there are many different religions, people of different religions worship together.
Family is very important to the people in India. In India the parents or guardian of a young person finds a suitable other for their child to marry. The parents do look for a person around the same age, interested in the same things, and in the same social class (wealthy or
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: air, food, rest and water. The second area that is a necessity is the maturity level the ability of that person to know when there is a chance of compromise in their growth and development. The final are is when it is necessary for the nurse to step in to provide care, support and education for the patient to maintain health. To summarize the beliefs of Dorothea Orem she strongly believes that a person should strive to provide care for themselves and members of their family. When a person is able to meet the standard self care needs and maintain the proper state of well-being according to their developmental stage they are at an optimal state of health. A person must take opportunities
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Motivation and the Brain
September 9, 2013
University of Phoenix
Motivation and the Brain
Motivation is involved in every area of a person’s life. When a person eats healthy, exercises, quits smoking, stops drinking, goes to school, goes to work, and many other thing he or she does through the power of motivation. Motivation gives a person a reason to act: the act of giving somebody a reason or incentive to do something. The brain is the where motivation begins. The brain is our control center for the functioning and development of human beings. The driving force in motivation is the brain, it also controls actions needed for him or her to become motivated about
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and virtues, bring a person to a derived from the principles of right or wrong. Say like if I had people living at my house and one was not doing anything around the house then I would say to them that if they could not help around the house that they would have to leave, but if I have to talk to that person more than once, Then that when I would make my ethical decision making and the action would be put into affect. The problems that we run into are that everybody has their own views and making their decisions is based on their views, which that bring me to the ethical decisions. That make me ask questions and look and at my actions of right and wrong as with the feeling of honesty and
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* Fortælleteknik: Virkemidler i litterære tekster.
* Panoramisk fortælleteknik: En lang tekst, genfortalt på få linjer, med få beskrivelser og et højt tempo. Ingen detaljer- oversigtsagtig (beretning).
* Scenisk fortælleteknik: Skjult fortæller, mange beskrivelser (detaljer) + replikker (som et teaterstykke).
* Alvidende fortæller: Ved alt om sine personer, kan forudsige fremtiden og fortiden; kort sagt ”ved alt”. Kombineret + vekslende fortæller.
* Jeg fortæller: Fortællende person er ”Jeg”. Har ingen adgang til andres tanker / følelser, har indre synsvinkel på sig selv- ydre synsvinkel på alt andet. Fortællingen er subjektiv. Identifikation evt
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speakers I imitate certain styles from them related to similar situations in my life. I am a very verbal person. I’m not afraid to express how I feel. I know how to adapt to different conversational situations. I hear what I want to hear sometimes. I always have to get the last word in any conversation. I assume a person knows what I am talking about sometimes dealing with certain situations. I want to learn how to understand what exactly a person is trying to tell me. I want to learn how to not allow certain things people say to me to get under my skin. I want to learn what my fiancé is trying to tell me sometimes through certain gestures or unspoken words. I want to learn how to read between the lines when dealing with the opposite sex. I want to learn how to make sure a person understands me clearly and the message I am trying to get across.
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Intrinsic and Extrinsic
December 05, 2013
Carey Driscoll Rogers
Intrinsic and Extrinsic
The similarities between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation are basically both types of motivations make a person act in certain ways, whether good or bad. For example, if a person wants to get good grades in school they will work hard at their homework and make sure to have all their assignments in on time. However, a person that may want attention from inattentive parents may choose to get in trouble in school to have that much needed attention. Both of these types of motivation would be categorized as extrinsic motivation.
When dealing with intrinsic motivation one is
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LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION
I started to know Zarine Manukyan since 2009, when I taught her a master course “Innovation Management” after she became a master student at YSU Department “Management and Entrepreneurship”. During the classes she expressed himself as a vigorous and intelligent student, with hard working and leadership skills. She was very much involved in social activities as an active member at Students’ Council at YSU. Bridging the students’ of the faculty and her class she organized round tables, debates in the context of our class. During the class I started to know Zarine as a hard working person with great research abilities. During the class the students
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entails sending and receiving wordless messages. It is often used to reinforce verbal communication, though it can stand alone and convey messages on its own. Facial expressions are the most common among all nonverbal communication. Demonstrative communication reinforces verbal communication. For example, dressing properly, a firm handshake and a friendly demeanor can speak volumes about the kind of person someone is at a job interview. A person can rely on these qualities to reinforce his or her verbal performance (Sutton, 2011). When a person meets someone, they can tell if the other person is friendly, not only because they say hello, but because they smile, speak cheerfully, and face him
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To turn over, move or transfer
To make a transfer of a debt from one debtor to the debtor account of another
To transfer a debt from one person (debtor) to another with the same price, it comes to the consequence than the liability of the debtor is abolished. In other words, the first obligator is freed from any financial obligations.
Hiwalah is a contract which caused the transfer of debt from one party to another.
According to Mughni Muhtaj, the term hiwalah is refer to the debt transfer from a party/person to another.
Through the transfer of a claim of a debt. the responsibility for its settlement is shifted from one person to another.
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Colorado Christian University
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Communication has many different definitions and many different theories. Griffin, Ledbetter, & Sparks (2015) note, “Communication is the relational process of creating and interpreting messages that elicit a response.” (p. 6). Everything that a person says to another individual is then interpreted, and then the other person responds based of how they understood what was said. There are several theories on interpersonal communication. According to Griffin Ledbetter, & Sparks (2015) a theory is, “A set of systematic, informed hunches about the way
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, drinking and doing drugs.
During early adulthood an individual faces new responsibilities such as learning to maintain financial responsibilities. This new role begins with an individual’s chosen career path and his or her work ethics. During this role change or transition a parent or parents usually help with finances until the young adult can maintain his or her financial responsibility According to Arnett (2001) “Accepting responsibility for one self and making independent decisions, with financial independence.
Another role that may change is going from being single to a relationship that usually leads to marriage. When a person decides to engage in a relationship or get married that
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Everybody has felt it at one time or another, be it for a
person, pet, or even a non-living object. That feeling is love.
Love is felt in different intensities; it may consume your whole
being, or perhaps it’s just a little crush. Some people search
for what seem their whole lifetimes for love, whereas others
may seem to fall in and out of love on a regular basis. Of
course, here we are talking about people. We can love many
things, but the love between two people is unique and special.
Love is rarely defined because everyone experiences it
differently. What one person thinks is love, another may think
is infatuation or vice versa. How does one know he
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WHEN…THEN….HOW TO HELP PEOPLE WORK THROUGH PROBLEMS
Deal with people’s concerns in a supportive way. You can support the person Even if you don’t agree with the idea. You can help the most if you
1. Are predictably present and accessible.
2. Give the other person two-thirds of the available time to talk while you listen.
3. Put everything but the other person “on hold” for that period of time.
4. Listen with the intent to summarize the factual and the feeling content of the employee’s message.
5. Actually feed back the factual and the feeling content of the person’s message, “Sounds like you feel...because....”
6. Allow some time for what the person said to sink in before you
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American Military University
The Zachman Framework is composed of six columns and five rows. The rows take on a level of whose perspective the framework will possibly have on the enterprise. The five rows depict who is taking the action or the action taken will affect. The scope row is contextual and affects the planner of the enterprise. The Business model row is more conceptual and affects the person who owns the enterprise. The System Model row is logical and will design the enterprise. The Technology Model row is physical and will build out the physical systems. Finally, the Detailed Representations would be the subcontractors
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(A) Describe Teow’s personality and leadership style. How does it foster or hinder his effort to transform CCN into a healthy and productive organization?
The personality suit to Mr Teow is extraversion and conscientiousness. Extraversion is the person with energy, positive emotions, assertiveness, sociability, talkativeness and excitability. The person is extraversion they take pleasure in activities that involve large social gatherings, such as parties, community activities, public demonstrations, and business or political groups. An extraverted person is likely to enjoy time spent with people and find less reward in time spent alone. They tend to be energized when around other people
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December 19, 2014
Rev. Lewis Hoye
The five basic relationships according to Confucius, each person has a specific place in society and certain duties to fulfill. Confucius hoped that if people knew what was expected of them they would behave correctly. Therefore, he set up five relationships principal in which most people are involved and these relationships were Ruler and subjects, father and son, elder brother and younger brother, husband and wife and friend and friend. All involve the authority of one person or over another, except the last. Power and the right to rule belong to superiors over subordinates; that is, to older people
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What is Ethics? Ethics is the study of what is morally right or wrong, good or bad. Views on ethics can very from person to person, based on individual belief. There are several ethical theories, which include virtue, utilitarianism, and deontology. Each of these theories are very different, yet are similar in some parts. These theories can be used to explain the differences in how they relate to virtue, value, and moral judgment.
What is virtue theory? In order to understand virtue theory first, one must understand what defines a person’s character. A person’s character can de defined as all of his traits put together. Character traits
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Nature vs. Nurture
When looking at the nature and nurture debate, overall, I believe that our thoughts, behaviors, and emotions as humans are more strongly influenced by our environment, or nurtured. However, looking from the other point of view, that they are influenced by nature is also very plausible. In general, the reason that the nurtured makes most sense to me, is that the environment everyone grows up in (which is what influences us, obviously,) is so varied from person to person. What is natural to someone from Sweden, will not be natural to an individual in India, or the U.S., or Argentina. Another great example of variance, which is very applicable to me since I am training
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Briefly explain the following terms:
-High level information: information about the general situation.
-Low level information: particular information about the situation.
-Content: it is about a person, an organization or a whole industry.
-Organisation: it is a story with a sequence of events happening one after the other, or it’s a description with no time sequence.
-Language: it’s formal or informal, personal or impersonal.
-Writer: one of the features of a case study which answers the question if it is a business studies lecturer or a journalist.
-Reader: is the person writing for students or for the general public.
-Purpose: it’s for education, entertainment
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3,4,7,8 and 10. The resulting value will be a score between -20 and +20.
Excellent = 15 and above
Good = 10 to 14
Average = 1to 9
Room for improvement = zero and below
Recognizing emotions in others
Multi-rater test(for this test get someone close to you to rate you)
1 = This is never true of the person
2 = This is rarely true of the person
3 = This is sometimes true of the person
4 = This is frequently true of the person
5 = This is always true of the person
1. This person recognizes when someone is becoming angry.
2. this person is good at recognizing the emotions of others
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will only take one infraction to cause said person to forfeit one’s honor.
Nicholas Boileau once said: “Honor is like a rugged island without a shore, once you have left it, you cannot return.” Honor is something in which is not obtained and sustained easily. One must have patience and study to become a person of integrity and goodwill. Honor is an everyday thing; obstacles trying to deter one from being honorable lay in life’s everyday path. Perseverance is a key to honor; one must fight the constant impeding objects in order to maintain the highest level of honor. The shore of an island is often looked at as something isolated and secluded yet has a certain charm about it. Honor is much
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• Delegation is the assignment of authority and responsibility to another person to carry out specific activities.
• The person who delegated the work remains accountable for the outcome of the delegated work.
• Delegation provides a means for increasing productivities.
• Delegation empowers a subordinate to make decisions.
• Delegate- “to entrust to another; to appoint as one’s representative; to assign responsibility or authority”.
• Delegation- “the act of empowering to act for another”.
• "Delegation is defined as the transfer of responsibility for the performance of a task from one person to another"
• "Transferring to a competent individual the
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In today’s world, many would argue that personally responsible people are a dying breed. Personal responsibility is being accountable for one’s self and is the overall complexion of what makes a person unique and ethical. If someone is personally responsible, they will most likely have success in many aspects of their life including education; which can be very challenging in our demanding world. Even though it can be very exhausting, fulfilling your personal responsibilities will define you as an ethical person and guarantee college success if you have the right plan.
Personal responsibilities will define you as an ethical person. An ethical person is
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What kinds of benefits would you say come with being able to stretch your mind in this
Way? It helped me realize how I feel about everything that is going on in my life where my priorities are and what I need to do to change how I feel about certain things. The only way things in my life can change is if I change them. Becoming a better person every day that I am blessed to wake up is all that I can do. Having a dream and a goal to succeed and achieve to be the best that I can possibly be is a great accomplishment. Understanding my weakness and my strengths will only make me more of a greater person.
What are the benefits of changing your outlook when you don't think
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by calling the same number to set up an appointment to meet in person.
2. What heading are the Health Tools and Health Challenges found under? Thriving
3. Where is the Assess Your Health tool located? Thriving then health tools.
4. What are the five categories on the Live Healthy Page? How healthy are you, Lifestyle change, Physical Fitness, Prevention and Screening, Tips for healthy living
5. Where can resources and articles about good nutrition be found on the LRC? Thriving then healthy eating
6. What are three of the health topics that can be found on the LRC? Health Challenges, woman health, children health
7. What are two categories found under the Medical Care heading