This essay assignment has several parts to it: (#1 Formal Introduction to explain the importance of communicating effectively with offenders, #2 all questions to be answered in body of essay (no bullet points), #3 formal conclusion, #4 completed misconduct report for scenario)
My Personal Leadership Analysis The American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE) has identified critical competencies for nurse managers found at www.aone.org. During this course, we focus on the “Leader Within,” utilizing the set of guidelines and tenants which facilitate reflective practice. The “Dimensions of Leadership” developed by the Center for Nursing Leadership, offer an example of a set of guidelines/tenants that can be used as a tool to guide personal reflection of an individual’s leadership behaviors. Reflection includes a definition of the concept to demonstrate understanding and an example of how you have used or will potentially use this skill. Utilizing what you have learned (from the AONE Nurse Manager competencies, your assigned Nurse Leader, class discussions, assigned readings, videos, podcasts and articles, and discussion forums) write a scholarly paper presenting a reflection of your personal leadership best practices (actual and/or aspirational) incorporating ALL of the following content points: 1. Holding the truth: The presence of integrity as a key value of leadership. 2. Appreciation of ambiguity: Learning to function comfortably amid the ambiguity of our environments. 3. Diversity as a vehicle to wholeness: The appreciation of diversity in all its forms: race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, generational, the dissenting voice and differences of all kinds. 4. Holding multiple perspectives without judgment: Creation and holding a space so that multiple perspectives are entertained before decisions are rendered. 5. Discovery of potential: The ability to search for and find the potential in ourselves and in others. 6. Quest for adventure towards knowing: Creating a constant state of learning for the self, as well as an organization. 7. Knowing something of life: The use of reflective learning and translation of that learning to the work at hand. 8. Nurturing the intellectual and emotional self: Constantly increasing one’s knowledge of the world and the development of the emotional self. 9. Keeping commitments to oneself: Creating the balance that regenerates and renews the spirit and body so that it can continue to grow. Your paper should be a minimum of 8 pages and a maximum of 10 pages, double-spaced, APA format excluding Title page and Reference Pages. You must cite at least five outside source references from peer reviewed journals within the past 5 years to explain and support your position. Textbook and credible and reputable internet sources may be used in addition to journal references. Reference style: American Psychological Association (2009). Publication Manual of American PsychologicalAssociation(6th Ed.).Washington,D.C. Reference American Organization of Nurse Executives. (2015). AONE Nurse Manager Competencies. Chicago, IL: Author. Retrieved April 11, 2017 from: www.aone.org
Type: Research Papers
5pages Double spaged
- The title is changed and the model as well . please scan the document and make it all consistent and related to the topic.
- IN THE PURPOSE SECTION: please focus more on the public sector, find specific studies and why the study is about the public sector.
- In the literature review :
- IS Success usage
Definition of success is in term of usage and includes Usage: definition; in terms of frequency and how efficiently and effectively and utilization. Write about success in term of frequency of usage and utilization of the system features two remove the satisfaction part.( please use recent paper 2016 if possible and related to the region GCC specially Qatar ).
That will lead to the following hypothesis:
UT has a positive effect on IS success
FRQ has a positive effect on IS success
- In the attitude section
definition and the attitude toward usage and how its related to the usage remove the satisfaction part.
- In PE section: try to find more studies addressing these issues in the public sector and justify more.
- EE section: try to justify more
- Make a table of all the hypothesis after the model.
Instructions: Learning experiences are designed to increase your knowledge in areas that interest you. Learning experiences allow you to integrate the material and serve as a means for ISSA graders to assess your grasp of course concepts. Each essay response is required to be a minimum of 250 words and, most importantly, include your personal insights as to how the topic will help you as a future professional trainer. Because these essays are open-book, take the time to provide ample information, detail, and personal analysis in each essay response. While there is a minimum word requirement for each essay, there is not a maximum word limit. Feel free to elaborate as needed with relevant information to meet your own personal level of satisfaction. Students utilize ISSA education in various ways: some target specific types of clients, some focus in a particular area of fitness, some simply want to improve their own well being. Be sure to tailor each learning experience response to best fit your personal and professional interests. Learning Experiences, Section 1: (Units 1 – 3) Choose one of the learning experiences below and write a 250-word essay response. 1. Define the three energy pathways. For each pathway, identify two exercises that utilize the pathway. If you were training to run a marathon, which pathway would be the focal point of your training? What types of activities would you incorporate into your marathon training and why? How will an understanding of energy pathways help you in your future training endeavors? 2. Compare and contrast the body’s physiological responses to aerobic training and anaerobic training. What adaptations must the body undergo if either of the training protocols are performed exclusively for over a year? How will an understanding of aerobic and anaerobic training help you in your future training endeavors?
The primary goal of your final assignment is to critically analyze the specific topic you have chosen regarding American national government. Must cover Historical and constitutional basis for the American Government’s structure. The system of checks and balances. The various roles (e., public opinion, media, special interest groups, etc.) concerning public policy and elections. The voting system and election process.
The paper is intended to be a personal response, analytical in nature, to specific behavior read or discussed in class, or researched concerning a behavior topic of interest to the student. You are encouraged to defend, condemn, praise, or otherwise critique as you see fit. You should succinctly express the purpose of your paper, criteria upon which your evaluation or analysis is based, and your conclusions, suggestions, or implications. The APA style of writing is recommended, but not required. The minimum length of the paper is ten (10) doubled spaced pages of text plus the title page and reference page (12 pages). An abstract is not required. Would like the subject to be how alcohol and tobacco/vaping is marketed to young people. The BAD and/or good.
Research paper must be atleast 8 pages for the BODY this does not include references or abstract page, must be APA style and must have atleast three peer reviewed resources. This research paper must have atleast 4 peer reviewed articles from journals(for both online discussions AND discussions in a face-to-face course format). Research must be based on the topic (especially with a graduate level audience and not just with traditional-aged college students) Preferred language style US English
The overall purpose of this task is for to you demonstrate that you are able to justify and critically analyse your own practice in relation to social work law, knowledge, skills and values relating to: social work methods and models of intervention; ethical dilemmas; inter-professional challenges and/or dilemmas; risk and resilience; research; and/or evidence based practice. You must accurately reference your work throughout.
Provide a critical reflection on a piece of work you have undertaken with an individual, family or group. Include brief references to the PCF, legislation, and relevant literature to support your discussions and evaluate your learning, and include a reference list.
· Provide a brief introductory paragraph regarding the event/case, including the main reason for the agency’s involvement.
· Outline how you assessed and planned your work
· Outline what interventions you actually carried out and why
· Include a critical evaluation of your understanding and use of professional judgement and autonomy.
· Discuss and evaluate how you assessed and managed risk
· What skills, methods and approaches did you consider or apply to your practice
· What helped you to reflect on your practice and development
· Include the challenges and dilemmas you faced and how you addressed these
· Reflect on what you learnt about yourself (self-awareness), your skills, your values, and your resilience
· What future learning needs have you identified and how will you address these
I need to write a critical reflective piece of work about a young person in placement in the leaving care team.
I previously had contact with this young person when I was on placement last year in a foster agency. This young person was on my caseload then and on my final placement I have the young person on my case load in the leaving care team.
This young person and her family have been known to social services since 2005. The issues surrounding social services being involved is round the young persons mum not being able to cope with the young persons behaviour. The young person has been diagnosed with ADHD and ODD and her childhood has been challenging with her presenting aggressive and violent behaviours.
Initially after leaving her mothers home the young person went to live with her grandparents but her behaviours became too much for the grandparents and they asked for social services to intervene. At this point the young person was self harming as well and the grandparents did not feel that they could keep her safe.
The young person was eventually accommodated under a section 20.
The young person has had two foster placements break down due to her behaviour and when I met her she had been placed in a new foster placement. The young person has displayed signs of aggressive behaviours verbally and physically but she seemed t overcome these, she was able to speak to both foster carers and the problems seemed to get resolved. The young person was attending college and had a new girlfriend, which could be quite volatile at times. Whilst I was in placement the relationship did become a bit fraught and at one time it seemed like the placement was going to breakdown due to her behaviours.
When my placements was finished the placement seemed stable and the young person seemed to understand about the behaviours that she was displaying but she was able to control them.
When starting my second year placement I cam across this young person again and was informed that the previous foster placement where I knew her from had broken down and she as wit new foster carers and had been there for about eight weeks. The previous placement broke down due to volatile behaviours and I believe that the foster carers felt that they were no longer able to cope with the young person. When I went to meet the young person again I could not believe the change that I witnessed. This young person was full of confidence and was very happy with life in general. She was very happy with her new foster placement and felt like she fitted in as part of the family. This young person was more than happy to talk to me about what she had been doing and what she had achieved and this was a huge contrast compared to the previous year when conversation was very hard to get out of the young person.
This young person was extremely positive about her future and was keen to tell me what the involved and how she was going to achieve it. This was lovely to see. Obviously the other placement just wasn’t right for the young person but this placement I feel is going to be extremely beneficial to this young person and will also help her grown towards her own independence and eventually being able to live n her own independently.
Then 100 words approx. for each section relating the domains to the leaving care team in social services
Domain 1 Professionalism
Identify and behave as a professional social worker, committed to professional development
Domain 2 Values and Ethics
Apply social work ethical principles and values to guide professional practice
Domain 3 Diversity
Recognise diversity and apply anti-discriminatory and anti-oppressive principles in practice
Domain 4 Rights, Justice and Economic well-being
Advance human rights and promote social justice and economic well being
Domain 5 Knowledge
Apply knowledge of social sciences, law and social work practice theory)
Domain 6 Critical reflection and Analysis
Apply critical reflection and analysis to inform and provide a rationale for professional decision making
Domain 7 Intervention and Skill
Use judgement and authority to intervene with individuals, families and communities to promote independence, provide support and prevent harm, neglect and abuse
Domain 8 Contexts and Organisations
Engage with, inform and adapt to changing contexts that shape practice. Operate effectively within organisational frameworks; contribute to the development of the service/organisation. Operate effectively within multi agency and inter-professional partnership settings.
Domain 9 Professional Leadership
Take responsibility for the professional learning and development of others through supervision, mentoring, assessing, research, teaching, leadership and management
– What proposed policy does the CBA concern?
-Why is the policy challenge important to the reader?
· The effective introduction will describe the proposed policy subject of the CBA, and communicate the stakes of the analysis and importance of the underlying policy challenge.
Critique of Core CBA Elements
-Which specific policy options were compared in the CBA?
-Who has standing ?
-What is the time horizon ?
– List explicitly which costs and benefits were calculated, and describe how each was measured .
-Which methods are used to estimate nonmonetary costs and benefits?
-How are distributional considerations (e.g. relative impacts on lower income people) addressed in the analysis (if they are at all)? In other words, how do the authors address (in)equality in the impacts of the various policy options?
· Effective responses to questions concerning the core elements of the CBA will deliver a (1) summary of the element as presented by the authors, and (2) your critique of the author’s handling of the element (i.e., whether you agree with the authors’ choices in the analysis and why) in 5 sentences or less .
Critique of Recommendation
-Based on the analysis presented, do you agree with the recommendation(s) made by the authors?
-Did the author leave any key costs or benefits out of the analysis?
– Do you recognize any assumptions that underlie the calculation of costs, benefits and net present value?
– Is this an effective application of CBA?
· The effective critique of the authors’ recommendations will bring together the critiques of the core elements described above, and attempt to identify strengths and/or blind spots in the authors’ analyses .
Critically review one published language test or another well-established language assessment procedure. Consider the views of language and language learning that underpin the development and application of this instrument. You need to thoroughly investigate and review available research, development and validation work that has gone into it. Discuss issues of practicality and fairness in relation to the use of this instrument. You should also consider the impact of the use of this instrument on the learners / users of the language, the teachers, the teaching programs and curricula, as well as other relevant people, organisations or institutions. If you have been involved in the development of an assessment instrument yourself, you may choose to review this instrument and explain the process of development and the theoretical positions informing its development and use.
Produce a report on your chosen assessment instrument that would be of value to potential users, identifying its history, theoretical underpinnings, educational purposes, and limitations. Discuss whether the assessment instrument or approach conforms to / is influenced by / or influences available standards that exist beyond the immediate test taking contexts. Discuss how each of the instrument’s facets affects the performances of language learners being assessed.
- You provide a clear and detailed description of the assessment instrument, its history, purpose, and uses.
- You have clearly described and discussed in depth the views of language and language learning underpinning the instrument.
- You provide a clear and detailed discussion of the instrument’s validity, reliability, practicality, fairness and impact.
- You demonstrate your abilities to research this topic effectively, as demonstrated by your use of a wide range of appropriate sources of information that goes beyond the set texts for this unit. These have been quoted appropriately and reviewed critically.
- The quality of writing throughout the report is consistently high. This includes using language, writing style and structure that are appropriate and accurate. Care has been taken to edit the writing before submission to avoid errors and inconsistencies. Appropriate formatting of the document contributes to the clarity of your writing. Use of references, both in text and in a reference list is consistently well managed and follows expected style.
How to submit:
Your report should be included in one Word document. You need to submit it via the appropriate dropbox in DSO.
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