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What, if anything, did leadership do to lead to not feeling valued?

1 Think of a time when you felt included in a work place or volunteer opportunity. What was it about this experience that made you feel included and valued? What, if anything, did the leadership of the organization, team, or experience do to increase your inclusion or sense of belonging? [if you cannot think of an example where you felt included, try to think of observing the inclusion of others on a work team or volunteer experience; if you’re still stumped, you can think about feelings of inclusion in another venue].
2. Think of a time when you felt excluded and/or not valued in a workplace or volunteer experience. What was it about this experience that led you to feel excluded and/or not valued? What, if anything, did leadership do to lead to not feeling valued? [same as above if you cannot think of an example where you felt excluded, try to think of observing the exclusion of others on a work team or volunteer experience; if you’re still stumped, you can
think about feelings of exclusion in another venue].
3. What are two things you think leaders need to know or do to increase inclusion and belonging at work. In your estimation, do you think inclusion is important in the workplace? Apart from goals like being nice or superficially good to do, why or why not?

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Access the president’s website and spend a few minutes familiarizing yourself with the information available.

The openness of the governmental process in the United States should be a point of pride for every American. Access the President’s website and spend a few minutes familiarizing yourself with the information available. Scan through some of the daily news releases and note how the President contributes to the documentation and debates on current issues. Using the website search option, locate a piece of legislation recently signed into law by the President. Since 1994 the Library of Congress has made legislative information available to the public through the THOMAS website. Using this website, locate the piece of legislation you are interested in. Be sure to use multiple examples to support your ideas as well as scholarly research. What can you tell about the progress of this legislation through the House and Senate?
Recent bill to use:
https://www.congress.gov/bill/117th-congress/house-bill/2992?q=%7B%22search%22%3A%5B%22H.R.+2992%22%2C%22H.R.%22%2C%222992%22%5D%7D&r=3&s=1

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Please ask me about the 4 academic peer-reviewed publications* so i can help you find them.

Hello,
Please ask me about the 4 academic peer-reviewed publications* so I can help you find them. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask me.
Please find attached the instructions for the assignment for your reference.
Thank you

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I have worked on some of the slides, i need support on putting them in a sequential order and add information about self regulation as needed.

I have worked on some of the slides, I need support on putting them in a sequential order and add information about self regulation as needed.

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Include in your discussion the constituency services, communication, and mediation skills.

What can be done to reverse the declining involvement of helping professionals such as social workers in the formulation of social policy? Be sure to discuss the informational needs of our postindustrial society as well as the specific skills required to effectively engage in the means of analysis by which information is developed, organized, and interpreted. In what ways are the skills required for political practice consistent with the skills required for direct practice? Include in your discussion the constituency services, communication, and mediation skills.

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Or visit the yorku.ca bookstore website.

Hello,
To find the articles please go to this website https://ocul-yor.primo.exlibrisgroup.com
or visit the yorku.ca bookstore website. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask me or email me.
Thank you so much

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Social Work

Why has the promise of government program evaluations not been fulfilled?

Why has the promise of government program evaluations not been fulfilled? Be sure to focus on the questionable objectivity associated with program evaluations, the interference of political considerations, and the inadequacies associated with mixed or conflictual program goals in your answer and use examples to support your ideas.

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Which is potentially most responsive to disadvantaged groups?

What are the similarities and differences between market rationality and bureaucratic rationality? Which is potentially most responsive to disadvantaged groups? Please be sure in your discussion that you focus on identifying the strengths and weaknesses of both ways of thinking and use examples.

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(150 words, 1 source)

Read & Review the Family Therapy Through the Decades Timeline. Discuss the history and evolution of family counseling theories. What is one event you thought was pivotal for current family counseling and why? (150 words, 1 source)
2nd question:
Read and Review the IAMFC Code of Ethics. What are some of the ethical factors to consider regarding confidentiality of family and couples within counseling? How would the ethical factors considered differ if you are doing a telehealth/telemedicine appointment? (150 words, 1 source)

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Outlook.

Academic Planning/Career Portfolio: Comprehensive project
PERS 2700
Due October 5, 2022 by 5 pm
Submit via D2L
Purpose: To provide you with the opportunity to investigate two different career options
in-depth
General Requirements:
1. Research two different career options. One must be a career you are seriously
considering; the other can be a career you might be interested in or something you
know you would never do.
2. You must use a minimum of 5 sources to research your paper. These can be
primary sources (e.g. interviews, observations, etc) or secondary sources (e.g.
websites, journal articles, newspapers, campus resources, etc). These sources must
appear on a works cited page AND be properly cited in the body of your paper.
3. Your paper must be 5-10 pages long, 10 or 12 point font, one-inch margins all the
way around, double-spaced. Your name and course number should appear on the
first page.
4. You must explore the career you are seriously considering in GREAT DETAIL. You
must be thorough, but you can be less detailed, for the second career.
Specific Requirements:
1. Professional Journal or Trade Journal. You must identify and use as one of your
sources a professional journal specific to the career fields (both of them) you are
investigating.
2. Interview with a professional. You must interview someone who is currently
working in the career fields (both of them) you have chosen to research. I actually
recommend you interview two people: one who has been working only 6-12 months
in his/her chosen career AND one who has been working 5 years or more. A few
tips: (1) schedule and appointment soon so that you will have time to reschedule if a
conflict arises; (2) attempt to conduct the interview in person, but be willing to do a
phone interview or conduct correspondence by email if the interviewee prefers; (3)
email the interview questions ahead of time so he/she can be better prepared; and
(4) follow-up with a thank you note! Some questions to ask in the interview (you
may come up with others after conducting some initial research: What college courses have been most beneficial to you in your career? What additional courses do you wish you had taken? What do you know now that you wish you had known when you were still in
college? What do you wish you had done differently in college? What types of extracurricular activities would be beneficial to someone
hoping to enter this field? What can a new graduate do to distinguish himself/herself to prospective
employers in this particular career field? What would you do differently if you had the opportunity to “start over” in
your career? What is involved in a typical day on the job in your career? What are some requirements of the job that have been totally unexpected? What is required of professionals working in this career in terms of travel,
average hours per week, publishing, research, conference attendance,
collegiality, professional development, etc.?
3. Observation of a professional. Where possible and practicable, spend time (at least
two hours) observing a professional at work in the careers you are researching. This is,
of course, more beneficial for some occupations than others. For example, you may
learn quite a bit by observing a teacher in the classroom or a lawyer in the courtroom,
but gain absolutely nothing by watching an accountant perform calculations on a
calculator for two hours. Use your discretion. I understand that this requirement may
not be applicable in all instances.
Specific Content Requirements: At a minimum, your career research paper must include
the following information for both of the careers you investigate:
1. Salary. What is the current starting salary? What is the average salary? What are
the top salaries?
2. Outlook. What is the current outlook for employment opportunities in this field
(i.e. are there many or few jobs available)? What is the outlook in four or five years
when you expect to graduate?
3. Location. Where are the best employment opportunities in this field? For example,
if you want to be an actor, your chances for working in that field are greater in New
York or LA than in Kennesaw.
4. Requirements for entry-level position. What are the requirements needed in an
entry-level position? For example, do you need a B.A., M.A. or PhD for the career?
What types of experience/internship is required or desirable? What academic AND
non-academic skills do employers look for? Is fluency in a second language
desirable or a requirement? Do you need a car? Computer skills?
5. Professional Expectations. What is expected of you in a professional capacity once
you enter your career field? Will you have to take continuing education courses?
Work overtime? Travel? Attend conferences? Learn new skills to advance?
Publish? Conduct research? Perform a variety of duties that you would not typically
expect in your career field (often true in small businesses where each employee
“wears many hats”).
6. Typical tasks required on the job. What are they typical duties, responsibilities,
and tasks that will fill your days in this career? For example, as a surgeon you would
expect to perform surgery on patients, but what about auxiliary responsibilities like
writing prescriptions, learning about advances in medicine by reading professional
journals, visiting patients in the hospital following surgery, completing paperwork,
managing nursing care, removing stitches, reading x-ray and test results, consulting
with other doctors, etc.
7. Perks and/or benefits. What are the perks (payment or profit received in addition
to a regular wage or salary, especially a benefit expected as one’s due) or benefits of
this career? Medical insurance? Company car? Access to company facilities? Free
or discounted products or services?
8. Examination of this career as a viable option for you. Conclude your paper with
a discussion of whether or not you find this career a desirable one for you. Consider
your interests, personality type, skills, preferences, values and any other personal
attributes or topics we have explored during the semester. Do you believe you
would be happy at this job? Why or why not? What do you like least about this
career? What do you like most? Would you be able to work at this job for a lifetime?
Do you see room for advancement? Which of your personal attributes make you
most suited for this career? Which make you least suited? Would you be willing to
make sacrifices in certain aspects of your life in order to work in this career (i.e.
move to a new city, delay marriage, make less money, etc)?