Traumatic events are beyond a person’s control and therefore trauma can affect anyone. I have identified several key issues within trauma informed programs and have developed strategies that may assist in the way organizations deliver trauma informed services. One such issue is the leadership style of the program director and or person(s) in charge. Leadership style is important when administering services because the attitude of the person in charge has a direct effect on their subordinates which can then affect services rendered. My strategy to combat this would be to hire a program director and/or program supervisors who encourage feedback, consider suggestions and ideas about the program and implementing trauma informed services.
However, a question must be raised: What happens to us as a society when we become too fearful of ideas? This question, once answered, clearly proves why the fear of our decline as a nation is rational, yet also unsurprising. Trigger warnings originated with a seemingly reasonable purpose. For those suffering from PTSD, certain images, concepts, or movie scenes can recall previous trauma and cause them to experience great distress. Thus, trigger
Court cases addressing issues with the disparate impact theory stem from lay-offs, pre-employment tests, and employment actions that affect a large group of individuals. We definitely want to avoid discrimination cases and in efforts to do so, the former recruitment strategies must be revised. Because of the disparate treatment law, I recommend outsourcing employment entry exam experts in conjunction with a diverse pool of police and fire professionals to assist with creating the entry exam. This will help to ensure a fair and balanced
He embraces and calls upon his subjects’ sense of duty; whether it may be a basis in political, religious, or civic motivations through his arguments. In the declaration, King George VI reminds the people that multiple diplomatic actions have been attempted, but have continuously failed against their newfound enemies. To instigate direct action through favorable arguments, he states, “over and over again we have tried to find a peaceful way out of the differences between ourselves and those who are now our enemies. But it has been in vain. We have been forced into a conflict.” By pointing out past confrontations in an accurate manner, King George VI appeals to the people’s logos.
The world is rapidly changing, and we need to figure out how to keep up. Exposure to issues all over the world can be helpful if it is channeled the right way. However, it is crucial that we find ways to maintain empathy and stay somewhat attached to these issues. While the images might very well be painful, the results of a society with no empathy is much worse. Repeated exposure to negative stimuli can definitely lead to lack of empathy, but only if we let
This results in serious intergenerational injustice. One of the major responsibilities of contemporary people is to break away from this generation of egoism, establish intergenerational caring values and consumption, and promote the realization of intergenerational equity. First reading: “Intergenerational Justice and Climate Change” by Edward A. Page The writer stated that there is intergenerational justice issue in the climate change. Page pointed out the resourcist view of the Intergenerational Justice in the Climate Change.
Critical thinking skills in emergency management and public safety must involve thinking of differing situations and considering foreseeable solutions for every crisis. Whether the likelihood of disasters happening is low or high, these circumstances are still possible and deserve thorough discussions and countermeasure
In the essay ‘’Civil Disobedience’’ by Henry David it teaches the very beginning moment of resistance the government for the cause of knowing something for being morally wrong. This is because of the ideas that he formed in his essay of a sharp-witted planned out study introducing the main three methods of persuasion. He included by giving each example of logos, ethos, and pathos. Henry made himself clear what he was advocating for and inspire other to do Civil disobedience movement in the near future. At the beginning of the essay, it introduced logos to explain Henry’s reasoning to the audience why his action was necessary.
Complexity Theory Complex theory is another kind that is closely related to chaos theory. A complex systems is one in which numerous independent elements continuously interact and spontaneously organize and reorganize themselves into more elaborate structures. Thus, complexity has the following characteristics: • A complex system has a large number of similar but independent elements or agents • In complex systems, there is persistent movement and responses by the elements • They exhibit adaptiveness such that the system can adjust to new situations to ensure survival. • Complex systems display the feature of self-organization. This means that order in the system forms spontaneously • Complex systems have local rules that apply to each element
1) Question: If you were consulting with the HTE board of directors soon after Harold started making changes, what would you advise them regarding Harold’s leadership from a transformational perspective? Answer: Firstly, transformational leadership is a process that does exactly how it sounds, it transforms people. Through this sort of leadership, it is involved in being concerned with things such as standards, values, ethics, emotions, and long-term goals. If I were consulting with the HTE board of directors I would advise regarding Harold’s lack of awareness for those around himself and how that was making him an ineffective president. Harold leadership style is centered around his own selfishness, this is shown when he takes it upon himself
Reduce the vulnerability of critical infrastructure and key resources, essential leadership, and major events to terrorist attacks and other hazards. Provide grants, plans and training to our homeland security and law enforcement partners. We have taken significant steps to create a unified and integrated Department that will enhance our performance by focusing on accountability, efficiency, transparency and leadership development. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) was the final weak link in the then-existing confusing chain of command. FEMA 's head, Wallace E. Stickney, had no apparent experience in emergency management or disaster response (Franklin, D. 1995).
Acknowledging that survival was a nonnegotiable, we challenged the notion that a terrain based MAIN CP configuration would cost our staff effectiveness and synchronization. The Warrior Brigade devised a three phase approach to evolve our staff from our current state to our desired endstate. In Phase one, we planned to tear down our current conceptions of a staff, in phase two we would rebuild a staff team and in our final phase we would build a Team of Teams capable of operating in terrain based MAIN CP configuration as a coordinated
The world should adopt the political re-socialization to replace nationalistic attitudes and value systems with more international and humanitarian based ethos (Krugar 103). The best solution to prevent the genocide is to identify and spotlight the countries in danger of genocidal violence and the population should be educated about the abuses of ethnic identity and ethnic cleansing. Moreover, the international community could prevent the genocide by various methods such as negotiations, mediation, coercive methods like defaulters and sanctions, use of high technology like the signal jamming of radio stations. In addition to this, international communities need to break their silence and resolve indifferences and to implement the ‘political will’ strictly; they should be committed towards the principles of power sharing, consensus building, post conflict recovery and timely action. President Bill Clinton admits, about the Rwanda genocide failure, that it was one of “the greatest regrets of [his]