Interpersonal Communications

interview/talk with someone you have a close relationship with (such as spouse, friend, sibling, student advisor, etc.) about how you communicate or are labeled. Use the Johari Window Diagram to diagram how you communicate with them.  What would you both put in the four quadrants? What insights can you draw from this diagram and how does that person see you? Was this your reflected appraisal of yourself? How did things move from the Hidden quadrant to the Open quadrant, or from your Blind to Open quadrant, with that person?

Do you agree with the guidelines in the textbook for enriching the self toward maintaining a healthy identity? Share why you agree or don’t agree. Apply what you’ve learned this week and write one goal you’ve created to improve your self-concept. Provide a detailed analysis of yourself incorporating the reading and textbook material.

Your paper should be 500 – 750 words

250 Words Min For Each Question And 150 Words Summary For Each Question – APA FORMAT

1Q:

250 words min response on the following items and upload it in the discussion board:

1. Describe a project that suffered from scope creep. Could it have been avoided? How?

2. Can scope creep be a good thing? When?

3. What can organizations do to successfully manage inevitable changes in scope that are good for business?

2Q.

250 words min response

At work, we regularly need to speak with others either face to face, by phone, or in virtual meetings. Provide 2 examples of verbal communication you have had this week. What form were your communications in (Face to face, phone, virtual, etc.)? Did you face any challenges in your communications? In what ways could you strive to improve your communication at work?

use of motivational strategies with different cultures

This week, we learned about motivational strategies and why to use different strategies with different cultures. For this discussion, focus on the country of Vietnam and the Swedish company IKEA, which established a warehouse and retail center there several years ago.

Decide which of the motivation theories described in the chapter would be the best to use in motivating potential employees to work for IKEA in Vietnam. Then give an example of a motivational technique you would use as a manager to motivate your employees in a warehouse distribution center and a retail store.
Embed course material concepts, principles, and theories, which require supporting citations along with two scholarly peer-reviewed references supporting your answer. Keep in mind that these scholarly references can be found in the Saudi Digital Library by conducting an advanced search specific to scholarly references.

Be sure to support your statements with logic and argument, citing all sources referenced. Post your initial response early and check back often to continue the discussion. Be sure to respond to your peers’ posts as well.

 

Assignment 430

You know all the fine print at the bottom and other pages; it is time to create some more of that fine print. Let’s get started!

Create the following:

  1. Log into your Wix.com account.
  2. Populate your Terms and Conditions page: Return Policy, Shipping and Delivery Terms, International Policy/Terms and Sales Tax. Look at business webpages similar to what you are creating and see what they have included.

What is to be submitted in the course:

  1. Capture screenshots of the Terms and Conditions page.
  2. Submit a 1-page narrative on what was difficult in creating on the Terms and Conditions page and how you used other business webpages to construct yours.

Immigrant Labor and the Triangle Factory Fire

  1. Watch this video that explains the events and issues surrounding the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire tragedy that occurred in New York in 1911. Please watch Segments 29-32 from the provided link. Then answer the questions below.

Immigrant Labor and the Triangle Factory Fire. 11:08 min

1) In a few sentences, summarize the ways in which lack of labor safety precautions led to this tragedy.
2) What is the relationship between this tragedy and immigration?
3) How did this tragedy influence changes to labor law and protections for laborers in the workplace?

  1. Examine this map that shows the portion of Eastern Europe known as The Pale of Jewish Settlement and do the following. Click here to access the map.

Consult a modern map of Europe and list the names of the countries that would currently be located within the historic Pale of Jewish Settlement shown on this map.

Use this map to help you get started – Focus on the large area outlined toward the center of the map between the body of water in the South and the body of water in the North. Pay close attention to the red, dark green, darker blue, and pink areas just to the east of the center of the map.

DBHE

Traditional thinking views a problem in isolated parts, each part as linear having a cause and effect that is managed. Systems thinking recognizes that a complex system managed in the traditional way will result in unintended consequences and enhance complexity instead of resolving the problem.

  • Provide an example of a problem in any context, i.e. environmental, social, educational, or financial.
  • Explain the problem in a traditional approach with a linear cause and effect as well as how it can be resolved.
  • Then put the problem into a system thinking approach in which the same solution to the problem can cause additional consequences or increase the complexity of the problem and how these must be considered before implementing a solution.

Early Childhood Education And Care In Canada

discussion questions are attached below in the file

synthesize it with the readings and your own experiences and respond to the final question(s) presented in the slideshow within the context of ECEC.

Articles:

https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/education-training/early-learning/teach/early-learning-framework

  1. How did Canadian ECEC shift and transform in response to social, economic, political, and educational movements?
  2. What conceptualizations of childhood are currently circulating within ECEC practice, research, and policy?
  3. In what ways do the recent publications of provincial curriculum frameworks enhance the quality of ECEC for children, families, communities, and educators?

reference article

Summary

The field of early childhood education and care (ECEC) in Canada has been informed by a myriad of influences and these factors continue to shift and shape the curriculum, pedagogy, research, and practice in Canadian ECEC. Historically, following many of the theories and practices embraced by the United States, early child-care centers, day nurseries, and kindergartens were established to alleviate pressures on overcrowded schools and allow for mothers to work outside of the home. At the same time, Canadian child care took on a broader role in social welfare and later social justice, working to reduce inequities and inequality. These motivations have not been shared across all ECEC, and this is particularly evident in Indigenous early education. Here, Indigenous children and families have endured the horror of the residential school system and its legacy of colonialism, trauma, and cultural genocide. Along with these underpinning histories, Canadian ECEC has been informed by, is continuing to be shaped by, and is beginning to be guided by a number of models and movements in early learning. These include developmentalism, child-centered pedagogies, Reggio Emilia approaches, children’s rights, holistic education, the reconceptualist movement, and postdevelopmentalism, and many of these approaches are not mutually exclusive. Finally, the policies and practices at federal, provincial, and municipal levels and the unique tensions between these levels of government structure Canadian ECEC policy and practice. Provincial and Indigenous early learning frameworks are created to enhance educator understandings and application of program principles, values, and goals, and these embrace responsive relationships with children and families, reflective practice, the importance of the environment and play in learning, and respect of diversity, equity, and inclusion, to name but a few shared principles. Taken together, the complexity of ECEC in Canada is clear, with historical approaches and attitudes continuing to preserve structures that devalue children and those who work with them, while concurrently efforts continue to honor the rights and voices of all children, advocate for professionalization in the field of ECEC, and reveal and reconcile past and current truths and injustices in Indigenous children’s education and care, in order to support and heal all children, families, and communities.

Contemporary Nursing, Issues, Trends & Management

Contemporary Nursing: Issues, Trends & Management, 6th Ed* Author: Barbara Cherry DNSc MBA RN NEA-BC; Susan R. Jacob PhD MSN RN ISBN: 978-0323101097 draftser: Mosby, (2013)

Capstone Assignment
Write a 10-15 page paper. You must include a minimum of 6 scholarly sources in your citations and references. Follow proper APA format and style and include a cover page, reference page, and any applicable tables or appendices.
The following components should be addressed in your paper:
· Start with a statement of the problem and objective for the selected healthcare issues impacting the healthcare delivery system and professional nursing practice, which articulates the main objectives that the paper desires to achieve.
· How will findings from research articles analysis contribute to advancing the practice of nursing? (Identify no fewer than six relevant research articles)
· Include an analysis of a need for education within an agency and identify recommended action.
· Describe the significance and relevance of the problem. What is the appropriate communication level for the target audience’s educational experience in order to improve communication with staff, administration, or clients in their practice area? And why did you select?
· Create an 8-10 PowerPoint Presentation and Present for your selected clinical practicum agency to address and satisfy an identified need within the agency.