Miss Narwin could have prevented many things from happening, but only if she would have told her side from the start. In the story, Miss Narwin could have contacted Philip’s parents. Instead Miss Narwin let everything continue on even though it would have not occurred once his parent were contacted. She had a thought that Philip was having problems at home, yet she did not inform Mr. and Mrs. Malloy to check in. If she were to have informed his parents, Philip would have gotten caught up in the lies and would have confessed the truth from the start.
With Ted and Carrie being involved with one another romantically, this may make Carrie feel she has the power to walk in the board meeting unexpected. She may feel she has more control over agency decisions because she is the girlfriend of Ted who is the president of the organization. Enforcing a zero-tolerance policy will help to ensure that dilemmas like this do not reoccur. Ted did not show up to the meeting because he is romantically involved with Carrie. If a Zero-tolerance policy would have been in place before this situation occurred, then Ted would not have an excuse as to why he was not present at the meeting.
Brock also cared about Brog before really knowing her because he yelled “Don’t!” When she went to drink from the brook. After he got to know Brog he helped her by saying “Brog needs to rest,” So he clearly wanted her to be okay. The scientist also somewhat care about Brog and Brock because one said “Can you think of what chaos might ensue if a flood of primordial emotions were to surface in a controlled environment such as ours?” they wanted to not separate them. Those are a few quotes to show Brock cares about Brog. I think the theme was good for the story.
Rose realized that the capability of of one's job performance should be based on one's level of education but the individual ability to handle everyday situations. Rose uses rhetorical tool ethos in his essay. He uses his mother's personal story of accomplishments to connect with readers. He also includes examples and reasonings to back up his claim. Mike Rose’s essay provides enough literary background to prove his claim and allow the audience to believe “Blue Collar Brilliance” is the more effective essay.
Brown could have used more persuasion in this speech, even though she was not there to convince or persuade her audience to do anything. She was there to help them to realize that vulnerability is good, and telling them to embrace it. But there was not enough persuasion to it. She did a good job of telling them how their lives could be if they opened up to their vulnerability, but many people need intense persuasion to change any aspect of their lives. Her use of logos was good in the terms that Dr. Brown had a ton of supporting evidence for what she was talking about.
Friar Laurence, being an adult, should have saw things were getting out of hand, and should have let Romeo and Juliet’s parents know what was going on. He could have helped Romeo and Juliet in a different way, by helping them convince their parents to give up the blood feud and to let them be together. If he had done this he would have saved Romeo and Juliet the trouble of trying to run away from their parents, and he could have spared them their
He said that he knows that if he would have talked to Daisy, he would have been able to help her make up her mind on what she was going to do. Gatsby and Tom were polar opposites, so Nick, being a level-headed person, would have helped her decipher the pros and cons of each relationship. He could have had her make a decision while she was thinking clearly, therefore preventing the situation in the hotel. As we finished our conversation, it looked as though Nick was retreating into himself. The more questions we asked, the more he realized that his decisions affected the lives of many
Moore, did not relinquish himself from the case as he was going through his personal trauma concerning his wife’s suicide attempt. This could have given him so type of insight or picked up on behaviors that he previously ignored from his wife, however he could have misinterpreted some signs and rather than doing like he did and going to the proper authorities, it could have been ignored. When it comes to our own personal crisis and jumping into dealing with a client in a crisis prevention situation, we as mental health counselor must know where their limitation lies. While this is not to say a person cannot separate both aspects of their lives, there is a chance for the lines to blur and before it becomes an ethical issue, a mental health counselor must at times think in the best interest of their client and step aside until their own crisis is
Since we know that Sonja is new to her position, the first thing Cliff should have done was to discuss about the goal of the meeting with Sonja. More specific, the purpose of the meeting was for her and Cindy to come to an understanding about sales expectation. The next thing that Cliff should have went over with Sonja is the important of following procedures. We know that it is good management practice for supervisors to have standing plans specified to certain situations. Having procedures limit the chances that things would go out of control.
Much like the CIL Orientation, I think I would have benefitted from taking the training session prior to my departure abroad because some of the strategies to help cope with culture shock would have been very useful for my experience. Despite the training session being at the end of my certificate experience there was a lot that I took away from it. One exercise in particular stuck with me. We had an activity where we were split into to two groups of scientists set to argue their case as to why they needed a special plant for their research over the other group. The solution to the scenario was that we could end up sharing the plant because one group of scientists needed the bulbs and the other group needed the seeds.