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    Task 2 2.1 Explaining the implementation of policies e.g. confidentiality, every child matters; legislation- Care Act 2014, regulations by Care Quality Commission (CQC) and codes of practice that are relevant to Rachel finding a care home for her mother Current Policies e.g. Confidentiality and every child matters Act- the every child matters involves the health and social care workers ensuring that all the young people and children achieve the five outcomes that include being healthy, stay safe

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    Formation of policy occurs in Congress, while implementation of policy at the federal level occurs through the executive bureaucracy. This formation and implementation are not without struggles between the executive branch and Congress, yet, interest groups with a stake in the policy also seek to influence the policy process. Scholars highlight arguments as to who controls and influences the bureaucracy the executive, legislative, or pluralistic interest groups. No matter who influences the bureaucracy

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    Six Major Obstacles to Effective Business Communication The class book insists, "To avoid obstacles to communication we should avoid clichés, jargon, slang, sexist and racist language, euphemisms, and doublespeak" (Business Communication, 2012, p. 63). Let us define each of them and see how they can serve us a bad service and, maybe we will find them useful in rare circumstances. The first obstacle to communication is Clichés. Cliché merely is a hackneyed phrase. The course book adds that "cliché

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    The key to developing a successful business is fostering collaborative relationships through persuasive forms of communication. These create influential factors that inspire and motivate store teams to achieve organizational goals, objectives, and vision. In addition, it allows a manager to construct and implement business plans, programs, and initiatives through ethical decisions and actions. As a result, effective leadership is created and leads to organizational influence over management practices

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    leadership approaches understand that "important decisions about what to do and how to do it are made through the use of an interactive process involving many different people who influence each other" (p. 4).. Steinert et al. (2006)agreed that implementation of shared leadership is a universal struggle, boldly stating, "All authors emphasize that the introduction of shared leadership requires extensive preparatory work to overcome traditional professional demarcations" (p. 251). Arguments

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    Content area K, Implementation, Management, and Supervision includes the task list items K-03: Design and use competency based training for persons who are responsible for carrying out behavior assessments and behavior change procedures, K-06: Provide supervision for behavior change agents, and K-09: Secure the support of others to maintain the client’s behavioral repertoires in their natural environments (Behavior Analyst Certification Board, 2012). My submission for this content area is the task

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    Not only that, ABC can be said to be a lifelong learning process as there are continuous improvements being done towards the ABC approach. The earlier example shows that ABC has the upper-hand compared to other traditional methods in accurately reporting product costs in situations characterized by product variety and batch-sized diversity. As an analogy, the Schrader Bellows case shows how ABC could be considered as a lifelong learning process as well as providing an insight into its strategic capabilities

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    Bruner Piaget influenced Bruner on his research about Child development, he believed that learning is an active process and that learners need to develop their own knowledge and ideas using their current or previous knowledge. The effective instruction includes: • Personalized: instruction should relate to learner’s experiences that motivates the student to learn from within one’s self. • Content Structure: Content must be designed so it can be easily grasped by the student. He also called this

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    Informed consent is an ethical, moral, and legal concept, that is grounded in individual self determination. In those transactions wherein informed consent is required, the legal doctrine requires that individuals who give consent be competent, informed about the particular intervention, and consent voluntarily. The principle of informed consent is the means of measuring autonomy in decision making between physicians and patients, and, to a lesser degree, between lawyers and clients. There are

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    The Model- Situational Leadership Situational leadership was a leadership theory explained long back in 1969 by Dr Paul Hersey. It is a model for all leaders, managers, teachers, employees, etc for effectively influencing others. The original situational leadership by Dr Hersey is based on the relationship between leaders and employees, and this in turn serves as a framework to analyse each situation which is based on: ● The amount of guidance and direction a leader gives ● The amount of emotional

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    “Performance management practices have been the source of dissatisfaction and criticism for decades” (Risher, 2011). In organizations today, there must be some type of structure for performance. It is critical for each associate to under the direction of the company and how they play an important role in making the company successful. Performance management must be implemented in order to build some type of structure and hold people accountable. The Kroger Company is the largest grocery chain in

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    Kangaroo Care

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    Kangaroo care or Skin to Skin contact, positioning, and non-nutritive sucking are categorized as environmental interventions, and they have been known to have useful pain reduction properties, notably when used in combination with sweet solutions and breastfeeding. Kangaroo care is allowing direct physical contact with the parent. It is called Kangaroo care because it resembles the animal's approach to caring for their young. It is also known as skin to skin care. It is found to be effective in reducing

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    Cherie Canada Limited is a fully owned subsidiary of International Cherie Company of New York and manages the marketing of four distinct lines of fragrance and cosmetics in Canada. A general manager manages each of the four lines. Another important office worth mentioning here is the Operations Office which is run by Bob Shaw. Dennis Green manages the purchasing office under Bob. One of the lines it markets – Elegante – was just introduced to the Canadian market a year after its launch in the United

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    Crisis communication is a strategic component of an organization 's overall operational response to a crisis. Effective communication is very important during the first few days that a crisis has occured. Failure to communicate effectively while managing a crisis can cause to more damage on the reputation of the organisation. On 8 Mar 2014, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 (MH370) an international passenger flight that was scheduled to fly from Kuala Lumpur International Airport to Beijin Capital International

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    More than 50 years ago, Martin Luther King held the memorable speech “I have a dream”. His impressive rhetoric demanded racial justice, which became a basis for subsequent generations of black Americans. His words have later been used to achieve a better understanding of the social and political upheaval at the time. The main point of the speech is that all people are created equal and although not the case in America at the time, Martin Luther King felt that it should be the case in the future

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    The company’s logo and monogram being seen on their products is something which is easily recognized by every customer. It is not only well known but has a rich history. Louis Vuitton is known globally and has a strong image in Singapore, China, Hong Kong and Japan which are leading financial hubs and individuals with high net worth. Largest luxury brand with exclusivity Traditional craftsmanship is not compromised by Louis Vuitton as these products are made to fine details and of exquisite material

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    Performativity Judith Butler originally made sense of the concept of performativity and subjectivities through gender roles. Foucault’s analysis of governmentality leads to “…a normative ideal which is unilaterally imposed by an external sovereign.” (Disch, 1999: 554). Drawing on Foucault’s argument that power is productive through governmentality, Butler describes this process as the subject comes into being through a matter of performativity (Mills, 2003: 258) and does so “…through conjoining

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    Legislations affect how schools work by ensuring that pupils, staff, parents, and visitors are safe in the school setting. The legislation in schools allows pupils and staff to be aware of their rights within the school setting. The legislations are put in place to ensure that children are in a safe environment to learn and continue learning. The legislation allows the school setting to run smoothly as the legislations are being adhered to by staff and pupils which helps keep the school setting calm

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    GVSA Meeting Reflection

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    On Wednesday, I attended my first GVNSA meeting of the semester. For this GVNSA general meeting, students would be discussing and voting on the nursing uniform changes. This meeting would also include the induction of the new GVNSA leaders. The purpose of this general meeting was to implement change for future nursing students. Attending this meeting I believe was beneficial as I was able to listen to ideas and different perspectives from my peers on the changes they wish to see be made. Analysis

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    This guide is designed to offer a concise, focused overview of change and project implementation at SCAS. It provides an outline of the key concepts as well as offering guidance on how to access further information. We strongly encourage you to review this document and consult the Portfolio Office for further information regarding recommended methodology, templates and guidance. A flow chart to summarise the process for implementing a change initiative in SCAS is outlined in Appendix 1. INTRODUCTION

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