• Customer service are not friendly at times 10.30am-11.00am Customer service improvement: To inform ideas about customer service, you should also conduct research on features of excellent customer service 11.00am-11.30am Feedback from staffs on how customer service can be improved 11.30am-12.00am Identifying training need Part B : Conduct the meeting about 20-30 minutes The purpose of the meeting Customer service improvement need to provide knowledge to staffs for understand who customers are and what they want. Seek Feedback on ideas and ask staff members about training requirements surveys. Surveys are one of the primary vehicles for collecting the information businesses need. Done right, survey need to train of employees. Generate insight about employees, they can strategy and generate marketing, customer service, and communications plans.
Grade 7 ELA Dialectical Journal Name: Gloria Parra-Diaz The Outsiders Chapters: _______________ Directions: Complete this reader response log while reading The Outsiders (both in class and while you read independently). This format will guide you through the reading & thinking process to help develop your ideas and express them on paper so that you can better participate in the discussion board with your team. Big Idea: Societal structure has the power to promote or limit freedom, choice, and desire. Essential Questions: How do societal divisions affect communities? Do social class and wealth affect happiness?
Britney can talk to upper management to start an internal investigation about the alleged offence that involved Natalie King. Britney can talk to Joan and ask her why she didn’t come to HR Management and talk about the issue before going to the media. Britney can enroll Joan in a training course that teaches employees how to handle these kinds of situations that can happen in the work environment. The suggestions we would make to improve the policy on employee communications is that all employees must contact HR Management regarding any issues that they hear about within the
Malala relates to the article because of her similarity to what the author of the article’s belief. One example is how the article tells us that to prepare for the “real world” it’s necessary to have plenty hardships while you are young. This is what Malala is doing with her life because she “done enough to merit” her rewards, which is to influence others and fight for women’s education. Another example is how the “Mullahs from the TNSM preached that the earthquake was a warning from God. If we did not mend our ways and introduce Shariat or Islamic law, they shouted in their thundering voices, the more severe punishment would come.”.
I have gained experience and skills from my teammates during the project. This project make me realised the importance of communication and presentation skill so in future I will continuously work on improving my verbal communication and presentation skills. After working on this project I felt more confident and will always try to improve my skills so that I can work in any
Talent can be ruined by forcing someone to conform to the stereotypes of a job, thereby putting a metaphorical hat on them. The hat symbolizes the role a job plays in society and how a person of that occupation is supposed to act. By expecting someone to conform to the standards set by the hat, expectations and boundaries are created that can possibly limit someone’s potential. As an experienced writer, Annie Dillard has given first-hand advice on how to discard the metaphorical hat in her essay Push It. Throughout her essay, Dillard informs her readers that the hardships they encounter may seem like Goliath before David, but that persistence is better than perfection.
First of all, I recommend that instructors have to add sufficient information about ears, nose, mouth, and throat of children to the lectures. This is because graduate nursing students should know the distinguish between child and adult assessment because some steps of examining the ears, nose, mouth, and throat of the child might be different from an adult. Secondly, I recommend that instructor might need to clarify and add names of pictures condition in the lecture. They might have to explain more about those pictures in the lecture so that graduate students, especially international students have the ability to understand it easily and accurately. Finally, I recommend that instructors have to include some case studies and examples to the lecture about ears, nose, mouth, and throat.
A social work interview should consist primarily of open-ended questions as it encourages clients to elaborate on their responses. Social workers should also establish they understand the client 's replies by asking follow-up questions to acknowledge the client 's comments and encourage them to continue (Williams, n.d.). Upon reflecting on the interview process, I felt that I failed to achieve this. Because I realised that some parts of my interview lack the depth that I was hoping to achieve. I think that the main reason would be that I was impatient as my concern was to finish the interview
From Nineteen Eighty-Four, students can relate how the government use Doublespeak and manipulates the society. Moreover, the essay gives an insightful and personal depiction of a historical event. This can give the students a deeper understanding of the people involved in this historical period. Lastly, both texts can learn the students a lesson about conformity and think for
I was very intrigued when I learned more detailed information about the Dream Act application. I commented to my supervisor that perhaps we could have a workshop at Pierce College and invite the counselors that were not able to attend the conference. My supervisor requested that I spoke to one of the outreach counselors that prepared this workshop. I spoke to him and he gave me websites with additional resources to guide dreamers. Also, he handed out his business card in case I had more questions.
It will establish a sense of trust and acceptances from employees. It is also important to figure out what keeps them motivated to maintain their morale. Other success factors of blended learning include employees ' motivation, technological skills and time. To motivate employees to participate in blended learning, employees need to know that the content delivered by blended learning is both relevant and useful to their jobs. Pull and push strategies can be used, too (Moshinskie, 2001).Moshinskie (2001) describes push as requiring the completion of a course and monitoring progress.
Carrying professionalism at workplace is always good for personal as well as the company 's growth. A good work conduct helps you to concentrate and perform better. It also helps in gaining clients ' confidence and fetching new ones. Most importantly, it infuses confidence in you to handle any challenges at work as well as in