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August 15, 2012
There are many uncomfortable situations that people deal with, situations such as eating foods that a person does not usually eat or attending a religious service other than his or her own. In this paper the topics that will be discussed will first be to describe an experience that I was in and felt uncomfortable at the time of this experience. The next topic discussed will be to discuss the preconceived notions about the experience. After this topic explaining how the notions were affected by a...
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My Gang Experience
Every young adult has experience peer pressure in life. Peer pressure is usually an influence among social friends. When entering high school as a freshman; I started my first day in high school, I realized how there were different types of clicks through out the school. I then became aware of how my friends from middle school had already be friend with one of the clicks, so called “crew or gang”. I began to realized, becoming part of this crew will help me get through high school. My friends explained told me how becoming part of this gang is somewhat of a family. When beginning my day in high school, I notice how they were many gangs on campus;...
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With the hustle and bustle of everyday life I feel every experience, action or encounter that occurs in our life affects us; in a positive way. My wife Jane is the most inspiring person in my life and she has affected me in many positive ways throughout our precious time together. The determination and genuine caring she shows day in and day out is truly remarkable and sets the benchmark for others and myself to emulate. My goal is to inform you how a simple decision turned out to be the best one ever made.
As a divorced father of one I had struggled to place myself in the social scene upon moving from the Rhein region in Germany to Central London, I lacked confidence, drive and...
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Learning Experience Paper
Tiffany N. Moore
February 22, 2016
Learning Experience Paper
How can anyone be afraid of an insect that is smaller than them? My fear of spiders started when I was seven years old. Every year during summer break I would go out to the country to visit my godparents on their farm. I was always told not to play outdoors in my bare feet because of the insects, snakes, and small rodents. Being an adventurous child I did the total opposite of what I was being told. While playing in the barn one summer day I decided to take my shoes off, which led to me getting bit by a spider, becoming terribly ill, and having to spend several days in the...
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I am doing it now because finally I have enough experience working, I am more mature, and I have saved enough money.
My goal in this essay is to help you understand why I am in Strayer University of Washington, DC to do my MBA. Before I explain my reasons, maybe I should explain why I am doing this now. Why now and why not before? I am doing it now because finally I have enough experience working, I am more mature, and I have saved enough money.
The first reason that I want to do MBA in Washington, DC is move up in my career. I have not decided if I will be a manager or higher level position or if I want to start my business when I go back to Vietnam. But all of those need higher...
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My Bull Riding Experience
In society, bull riders are looked upon as modern gladiators by some. They step into the arena in an attempt to conquer the beast before them. By others, bull riders are looked upon as adrenaline junkies simply looking for their next “fix”. I’ve always had a curiosity as to what keeps these athletes coming back to the arena after sustaining injury after injury. Is it the love for the sport, the natural competitive nature of human beings, or something else entirely? The sport is seen as primitive to outsiders, almost barbaric. Man versus beast, beast versus man. What else is there to win in a sport like this other than pride and enough money to pay for your medical...
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BU1006 Managing the Customer Experience
Topics: 1. Heineken Company.
2. Nokia Corporation.
The Heineken beer company was founded in 1864 by Gerard Adriaan Heineken, a Netherlander, in Amsterdam. This Dutch brewing company has wide international presence so far through a global network of distributors and breweries . Heineken owns and manages one of the world’s leading portfolios of beer brands and is one of the world’s leading brewers in terms of sales volume and profitability. Recently, Heineken has been considered as the most successful beer brand and is an icon in the beer industry. In a market where...
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Introduction: Individual Reflection on Team Experience
Today in many industries and organizations group/team work is a tool for effective achievement of organizational goals. Understanding the way groups develop and how they impact organizational success is important to the effective use of groups in organizations. One of the most common models to describe how groups develop was described by Tuckman. Tuckman studied group development as it was seen in group therapy. This was then extrapolated to involve the development of all groups and teams that exist in areas such as those seen in organizations. In 1966, Tucker proposed that group development progressed through four identifiable stages...
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In this essay, I will be discussing a client that I cared for while I was on my placement practice. I had to fill in my inter-professional education book where i had to interview a client about his experience in the health care setting and how he is coping with his health and illness and the health care he is receiving whilst he is in the care of the National Health Service.
I will be discussing his cultural needs and how it makes impacts on health and the impact it has on the client/ families psychological and social.
This essay will show a non-judgemental description of the patient’s personality, family, cultural or social background.
In this case study I have...
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Different country, different problems: examining the way immigrants from former USSR experience and cope with workplace aggression.
In this qualitative study I analyze the way immigrant workers experience workplace aggression in Israeli companies, actions taken to deal with aggression and possible actions to be taken in future.
Study participants were immigrant workers, emigrated from former USSR during last 23 years. Their narratives were analyzed for common topics.
Data show that most participants did not take some actions to cope with aggression; however, some mentioned a few different ways. Two participants’ strategies were successful. Employer responses included indifference...
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Regulation of Below Rail Infrastructure Assets in Queensland: What can we learn from the Canadian experience?
Stephen Mclay s2840946
Supervised by Alex Robson and David Rynne
Introduction p 3
Defining the economic principles of natural monopoly infrastructure assets and the benefits/costs of privatisation p 3
The pros and cons of direct regulation p 5
Where commercial negotiation has been successful and the difference between commercial negotiation with government owned corporation monopolies and private monopolies p 7
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CASE: 1: TRI – STATE TELEPHONE
John Godwin, Chief executive of Tri – State Telephone, leaned back in his chair and looked at the ceiling. How was he ever going to get out of this mess? At last night’s public hearing. 150 angry customers had marched in to protest Tri – State’s latest rate request. After the rancorous shouting was over and the acrimonious signs put away, the protesters had presented state regulators with some sophisticated economic analyses in support of their case. Additionally, there were a...
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Wal-Mart, the world’s largest retailer, has failed and pulled out its operations in two countries in 2006. This is a good case to discuss about how regional dynamics may effect internationalization as Wal-Mart is successful in countries like Mexico, Canada and UK while it faced a failure in South Korea and Germany.
Wal-Mart entered South Korea in 1998 when the South Korean Government opened up retail markets to foreign investments (Ramstad, 2006). This unrelenting action was probably because of Wal-Mart’s desire of being primal international retailer in the market; but the point that Wal-Mart overlooked was, there were already big local players on the market. Wal-Mart was not able to...
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ACC 543 Aspects of Employment and Environment Paper and PowerPoint(UOP)
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Aspects of Employment and Environment Paper and PowerPoint You are an accountant at a small accounting firm. One of your clients is looking to open a small river-rafting business. Your client will run the business operations from a mobile home office on a piece of land on the riverbank. Your client must decide the best location to start this business and has asked you to explain the accounting advantages of choosing the best location. Your client is also wondering if the business should build a permanent structure on the land, or use the mobile home they already...
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Broken families earn less and experience lesser levels of educational achievement whether or not a child’s married and stay married has a massive effect on his or her future prosperity and that of the next generation. Unfortunately, the growth in the number of children born into broken families in Philippine.
Children from broken families are nearly five times more likely to suffer damaging mental troubles than those whose parents stays together, Government researched has found it also showed that two parents are much better than one if children are to avoid slipping into emotional distress and anti-social behavior. The findings say that the children’s family background are...
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Person Specification: Male Domestic Abuse Support Service (MDASS) One-to-One Support Worker
|Criteria |Essential |Desirable |
|Education/Qualifications |A SVQ Level 3 in Health & Social Care, or a willingness to work towards one. |A SVQ Level 3 in Health & Social Care |
| |A Personal Development Award in Domestic Abuse Advocacy, or a willingness to work...
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Customer loyalty is both an attitudinal and behavioral tendency to favor one brand over all others, whether due to satisfaction with the product or service, its convenience or performance, or simply familiarity and comfort with the brand. Customer loyalty encourages consumers to shop more consistently, spend a greater share of wallet, and feel positive about a shopping experience, helping attract consumers to familiar brands in the face of a competitive environment.
Customer loyalty is all about attracting the right customer, getting them to buy, buy often, buy in higher quantities and bring you even more customers. However, that focus is not how you build customer...
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I. Title of the Case
Making the Right Call – A Globe Telecom Case Study
II. Case Summary
Globe Telecom, member of Asia’s Singtel Group, collaborates with HFI or Human Factors International, a company specified for UX design, consultation, and training. This is to rebuild their user experience design and foresee an increased revenue generating from value-added services.
Globe Telecom provides a diverse value added services here in the Philippines. Due to our country’s demographics, many users pre-pay rather than sign up for monthly billing. This is essential for Globe’s revenue uptake but despite the convenience of services offer, the revenue uptake is still below expectation.
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MGMT311: Management of Change
Reflective Learning Journal
|Name of Organisation (case study)|Apple Inc. |
|Describe the industry and |Apple Inc is an American multinational corporation that designs and manufactures consumer electronics, |
|organization in which this change|computer software, and personal computers. The company’s best-known hardware products include Macintosh |
|has occurred / is occurring |computer, the iPod, the iPhone and the iPad. (Waters 2014) |
|Specific details of change ...
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WHAT IS USER EXPERIENCE? WHY DOES IT MATTER? HOW DO WE DESIGN IT?
THE BIG PICTURE
WHAT IS USER EXPERIENCE?
The concept of “user experience” encompasses a people’s interactions with all aspects of a product or service ‣ In practice, the term most often refers to a person’s interactions with the computer used to access a digital product ‣ The term is necessarily broad and ever-evolving
THE BIG PICTURE
FORM FOLLOWS FUNCTION
In other words: The way that something looks should be derived from the way that it works ‣ This principle originated in architecture and industrial design in the 20th century ‣ A quality experience considers (and balances) both form and function
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Supervises, coaches, and develops a team of Technical Support Representatives to fulfill company strategies, practices and procedures for serving, solving, selling. Supervises the team to deliver excellent customer services, effectively meet and exceed performance and service goals, and increase revenue through cross-selling.
Primary Responsibilities and Essential Functions
¿ Formally and informally coaches and develops the performance of the team to ensure they have the capabilities required to meet targets and increase customer loyalty.
¿ Applies functional and technical expertise and knowledge of performance standards to provide...
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Running head: Practicum Evaluation
I am lucky and proud to had a wonderful positive and successful practicum experience at Laurie Regional Hospital. I had the opportunity to work with infection control Director Dr Abdul and other team at Laurie Regional Hospital. The scope of my practicum experience have challenged me to applying and analyzing data. The scope of the work was reasonable but challenged me to apply my public health background and utilize my written and oral communication skills. I gained an understanding how hospital acquire infection can affect hospital quality mesures and finances.
I felt very proud ...
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Making it by Faking it
MT203-01: Human Resources Management
Professor Sharon Anton
July 1, 2012
Education is important; it increases one’s knowledge and opens up opportunities for an individual. However, education by itself is not sufficient, it needs to be applied and acted upon and this is where experience comes in. There are situations where an individual’s academic records show that they are a brilliant scholar, but when the same person is told to apply his education in a real life situation, for example in a job, he is not able to. Experience therefore is important in helping...
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Sylvia Glover, CMAS (AMT), CPAR
233 Eastdale Road South Apt. D
Montgomery, Alabama, 36117
Obtain meaningful employment with the opportunity for advancement.
Virginia College Online
Master of Business Administration-Healthcare
Graduation: June 2015
Virginia College Online
Bachelor of Science Degree in Health Services Management
Graduation: December 2012
Virginia College in Montgomery
Associate of Science Degree in Medical Office Management
Graduation: December 2010
OIC in Montgomery
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Assistant Customer Marketing Manager
Level of experience
Area of interest
Unilever K Ltd
The Customer Marketing Executive is responsible for Developing the Customer Marketing Plan, Trade Category Plans as well as Channel Plans (General and Modern Trade).
• Develop & lead execution of fully integrated, shopper, customer and channel insights based brand /category solutions (Foods) & activities for Customers/Channels.
• Develop & translate customer & shopper insights into business building opportunities with specific...
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Empathize: Empathy is the ability to not only detect what others feel but also to experience that emotion yourself. It is to understand the experience, the object, and the process, from the point of view of another. There are many benefits to empathy such as, connecting people together, healing, building trust, and closing loops. One may need to have a certain amount of empathy before being able to experience accurate sympathy or compassion.
Define: To define is to state or describe exactly the nature, scope, or meaning of something. Defining a problem is simple; all you need to do is break the problem down so it could be easily solved. Then find multiple perspectives. It is always a...
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TEMISAN TONTE SAGAY
10 Ehio Street, Eneka , Port Harcourt, Rivers | | C: 08023404633, 0809779422 1 | TEMIFLO@YAHOO.COM
Over the years, I have been employed in account management roles in sales and
marketing where I developed an in-depth understanding of all facets of the sales, marketing
and the presentation process. I have a proven ability to build new business relationships and
new territories, and experience in developing business opportunities within existing client
New customer acquisition
Special events planning
Apr 2012 till Date
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Immanuel Kant was born April 22, 1724 and died February 12, 1804. He lived throughout his life in what we know today as Kaliningrad, Russia. He is a well-known and studied philosophical researcher, lecturer, and writer whose main interests include epistemology, metaphysics, ethics, and logic. After learning of David Hume, Kant began to develop his own ideas of morals and values. Although Kant has many writings one of his greatest pieces is his, “Critique of Pure Reason” (1781). He is also well known for his moral cade, ‘The Categorical imperative’ and ‘Foundations of the Metaphysics of Morals, Grounding of the Metaphysics of Morals, and Grounding for the Metaphysics of Morals.’
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WHAT DID I DO
I attended a seminar held in Arcada about learning.
I took part in the seminar. The topic was about "WHAT DO WE DO TO LEARN” .
The seminar was interesting and everyone seemed to enjoy and involved. The room was full in the beginning but in the end so many people had left. Personally I feel that this was so wrong because if people had to attend the seminar then they had to stay until the end.
WHAT I LEARNT
I learn that you don’t trust one theory because this will make you lost. I strongly believe this is true because one theory could be challenging the other and it could be good source of knowledge.
Learning is relational, we learn through relationship for example...
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The International Association for the study of pain (1979) define pain as an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage, or described in terms of such damage. This suggests that only the person can tell you what the pain is like and it cannot be confirmed or denied by reference to tissue damage or pathophysiology. Consequently, the perceptual experience of pain is not merely a sensational experience, but also an emotional experience. It is important to distinguish between acute and chronic pain. Acute pain is biologically useful; it serves as the body’s alarm of an underlying medical condition, whereas chronic pain loses this...
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Reflections of two pragmatists: A critique of Honey and Mumford's learning styles
Caple, Jim, Martin, Paul. Industrial and Commercial Training. Guilsborough: 1994. Vol. 26, Iss. 1; pg. 16, 5 pgs
It is argued that Honey and Mumford's (1982) contribution in analyzing learning styles has been productive in focusing educators' and trainers' attention on individual differences in learning situations. Beyond this, though, it is felt that their theoretical approach is not altogether helpful and is at times confused and confusing. It is also observed that their means of identifying individual styles may be flawed. If measurements of personality are required, there are more...
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Competency Framework Grid
A competency is how successful or efficient someone is able to do a specific job.
Working with the Team Customer Service Communication Skills
Entry Level, first job
Acts in a fair and respectful way when dealing with others.
Ask open questions to appreciate others’ point of view.
Put forward their own views in a clear and constructive manner, choosing an appropriate communication method.
Write clearly in plain simple language and check work for spelling and grammar. A customer may feel as if they need help to find a specific product or service as they may not be used to the company
Will listen to the views of customers and act sensitively with...
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MBA ADMISSION ESSAY
My career aspirations are to be given the opportunity to be accepted and graduate from
Pepperdine University. These aspirations are of three folds: First, to be able to work for a
brokerage firm that will allow me to gain the necessary experience to fulfill my goals.
Second, I wish to gain enough capital to establish my own brokerage firm in India. Third,
start a retirement home to help elderly people and attach the retirement home to an orphan
center. I would really like to give back to the people who are less fortunate and assist those
in need of help.
My immediate goal after receiving my MBA is to work for a brokerage firm that will allow
me to gain enough...
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Interview Question for Diamond Hotel Manager:
1. Can you share with us an example of how you helped coach or mentor someone. What improvements did you see in the person's knowledge or skills?
2. Can you provide us an experience that demonstrates your ability to manage time effectively. What were the challenges and results?
3. Can you tell us about the last time you oversaw the work of someone else. How did you effectively motivate, develop, and direct the worker(s)?
4. What is the effective method you have used to ensure that work meets specifications and standards.
5. What is the state of your reports and records? Name one thing you would like to improve.
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Professional Candidate with military background and diverse experience searching for a position where networking systems administration skills will be utilized.
Personnel Admin School U.S. Marine Corps
Network Protocols, Active Directory, Microsoft Desktop, Project Planning, WAN Technology, Linux Operating System. Typing, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, maintaining data base, maintaining files, Safe Keeping Personal Identification Information, ability to answer multi line phone systems, multi tasking
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Culture influences personality in a big way. One of these reasons being that what one may consider friendly or normal, someone who was raised in a different culture or environment may not feel the same way. For example, people in France like to greet people with a kiss on the cheek. One person may react to this in the same friendly manner but another person’s reaction could be one of disgust or discomfort because they do not like people getting too close to them.
With that said, I believe that a person’s reaction to certain things is separate from social experience as well as a result of social experience. I think it depends on the situation. We all have different traits and we are going...
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Coming from an Advertising Agency background and perspective, my definition is a little different than the others I’ve seen posted:
Marketing which engages the user to ‘interact’ with the marketing in a personal/emotional or tactile experience.
By nature of this definition, most interactive marketing pieces are digital in nature, although there are some exceptions. For example, a pop-up book used as marketing would be a tactile ‘interactive’ experience, and advertising which evokes a personal/emotional response could be considered low-level ‘interaction’. Nor is all digital media ‘interactive marketing’. Videos, web sites, and motion graphics fall in the...
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Drew N. Turchin
PO Box 7906 | Winston-Salem, NC 27109 | firstname.lastname@example.org | 914-406-0456
October 21, 2013
Ms. Danielle Levy
620 Liberty Avenue, Two PNC Plaza Mall
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Dear Ms. Levy,
I am pleased to submit my application for the Corporate and Institutional Banking Internship Program at PNC Bank. I am enthusiastic about this opportunity because it will allow me to use the skill set I have been developing and gain invaluable experience in the financial world. My educational background, internships and current leadership experience make me a strong...
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Will Tompkins: 41 year old biochemistry PhD had quit his job at Eastern Institute of Technology’s Advanced Materials Science Lab and become CEO of NannoGene Technology.
Paige Miller: a 1995 Harvard Business School graduate who had been doing some consulting for NanoGene. She has considerable experience in the life sciences industry as VP of Operations at a successful biotech company. Six year experience in biotech.
Don Rupert: the head of AMSL.
Mark Masterson: scientist-covered most of the key technology
Ravi Rhoota: scientist-covered one key technology
Gary Garfield: scientist
I agree that the team does not look nice enough if I am the VC. They have too many...
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MGSC 372 Fall 2014
Assignment 1 Prof. B. Smith Due Oct 4,
The Pareto distribution, named after the Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto, is a probability distribution that may be used to describe social, scientific, geophysical, actuarial, and many other types of observable phenomena.
Pareto originally used this distribution to describe the allocation of wealth among individuals since it seemed to show rather well the way that a larger portion of the wealth of any society is owned by a smaller percentage of the...
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Title : Creative Web Designer / Front End Developer
Company Name : Gumtree.com
Address : Harrow, London
I am writing to apply for a job as advertised on Gumtree.com.
I have been interested in this job. I was attracted by your advertisement as the job offers training which I am keen to do.
I have been working in a telecommunication systems and web design company in Turkey/İstanbul which I have enjoyed very much. I worked in this company as a Web Designer. I learned lot from this work. I was working for this company for 1 year. I have been succesfull in team work. This work really helped me to decide that I definitely wanted to make a career in computing.
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Research critique part, 1: A qualitative Research Study
Grand Canyon University: Introduction to Nursing Research
Only a few studies in nursing research provide some kind of study that looks into experiences of patients who choose to undergo bariatric surgical procedures or investigation. Within the growth of science in bariatric nursing, there is that need of information to support both the patient that is receiving the care and the physician that is providing the care and the support. In this time of continues growth in this bariatric procedures, it is a most that all healthcare providers initiate and Evaluate necessary changes in practice...
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In 1999 I was the youngest successful applicant to become a member of the Youth Council for the Millennium Dome. For two summers I did work experience at my local MP's Westminster office. My main duty was researching specific topics and producing reports on my findings, my work was used in parliamentary reports on issues such as teenage pregnancy and drug abuse in foreign countries. My first job was as a waitress at a local restaurant and I am currently working for Sainsbury's. In the past year one of my extra curricular commitments has been volunteer work as a classroom assistant at a local primary school. This year I have also been given the position of form prefect, which means I provide...
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Exam 3: Essay Question
Due: 11 December 2014
Equity theory is based on the notion that individuals compare their inputs and outcomes with those of relevant others. If inequity is apparent based on the ratios, tension is created amongst individuals and one individual will be motivated to reduce the inequity by working less hard. One of the most important types of equity for compensation is internal equity, which refers to comparisons among jobs inside an organization. Internal equity is determined by comparing the pay rates of each job, bearing in mind the relative net worth of each job to the organization. The compensation committee for an IT company, who is a...
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Andrea De Francisci
Via Merulana 117, Roma, RM ∙ 00185 ∙ telephone: 3292399884 email@example.com ∙ www.andreadefrancisci.com ∙
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
5+ years of experience of management, marketing (also social media), Website realization and maintenance, salesman in trading Food and beverage, Renewable energy, technologic and construction products Creation and development of team of work and website development teams and start-up of companies from scratch in various fields of market Proven skills in management; relationship with customers; Working with others; Problem solving; Decision making; Job task planning and organizing; Finding information; Continuous learning; mailing...
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College is a place that the students can learn more and new knowledge and experience in it. Of course, different people have different reason to study in college. For example, some people want to be to go on a further study after they graduate from the college; some people hope to find a good job after their studying in the college and also some people wish to exchange their present situation through studying in the college. In my opinion, no matter what reason people study in the college for, studying in the college is just a preparation for their future’ life.
First of all, students can learn new knowledge and experiences from the studying in the college. There are many teachers,...
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Kolb experimental learning cycle
Dixon (1999) stated that Kolb proposed a cycle through which individual learning progresses (see figure 1.0) the cycle begins when each experiences the world through our senses. Kolb calls this step ‘concrete experience’, to indicate that he does not mean the vicarious experience we have through books or plays but a real world experience. Example of concrete experience could be as varied as sitting through a boring meeting or suffering the distress of losing job. Kolb suggest that to learn from our experience we most engage in a second step of consciously reflecting on what has occurred in the actual experience. Reflection is selective as we saw earlier,...
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Dear Prospective Employer:
An astute and accomplished Customer Service Specialist, I bring an expertise that would immediately the quality of service for your company. With a stellar career driving high performance with a focus on winning solutions as just one of my strengths, I would like to discuss putting my knowledge to work for you.
I have a reputation for strong customer service and leadership, with a powerful background in sales, operations, retention, and management. I have consistently delivered quality and efficiency to companies through my unique blend of technical skills, academics, and an uncommon ability to both be a part of and lead outstanding teams. I am able to interact...
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Art can serve a variety of purposes in society, both positive and negative. The contributions of art to society can be evaluated through pragmatic philosophy.
Art can bring awareness to people. It is a powerful means of presenting truths about humankind that cannot be expressed any other way. Art also connects people in a society by presenting an idea that everyone can relate to in a universal way. The awareness that comes from art will only lead to a better society if the people take action based on the ideas they discover in art.
Art has the possibility of making society better, but there are several steps involved. First, the art must reach the public. Then the people must appreciate...