Seven Gifts Leaders Should Give Their Team This Holiday Season

Seven Gifts Leaders Should Give Their Team This Holiday Season

My mother always enjoyed the Christmas season. Ever since I can remember, she’d want to pull out the decorations as early as possible and get them up. My dad always said she’d have them up all year round if he’d let her. My mom, Sally, passed away fourteen years ago, and I miss her to this day. I think of her often, especially during this season of the year. What I recall most was she loved giving gifts to others….

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Four Ways to Practice Emotional Intelligence During the Holidays

Four Ways to Practice Emotional Intelligence During the Holidays

Almost every one of us will spend time with family or friends over the holiday season. We “push pause” on our busy lives and spend time with others with no agenda except exchanging gifts and consuming food. Well, except for millions of families. I have noticed when families gather during the holidays and aren’t busy with their jobs or with a football game—they are forced to reveal their true selves. Our “insides” come out. In fact, I’ve been intrigued over…

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Six Steps to Move Students from Cynicism to Optimism

Six Steps to Move Students from Cynicism to Optimism

It was exactly 50 years ago that the Internet was born. In the fall of 1969, two letters were typed and transmitted online, forever altering the way knowledge, information, and communication happens among humans. On Oct. 29, 1969, Leonard Kleinrock, a professor of computer science at UCLA and his grad student, Charley Kline, sent a transmission from UCLA’s computer to a computer at Stanford University’s Research Institute through ARPANET, the forerunner to what we now call the internet. ARPANET connected…

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Ophthalmologists using Xenon and lasers

Ophthalmologists using Xenon and lasers

Marks will be applied equally to each of (a) and (b).(a) Before the 1970s, ophthalmologists had to use traditional light sources (e.g. xenon-arc incandescent light source) for retinal photocoagulation. Now they use lasers.Compare the two technologies, discussing the advantages / disadvantages of each.(b) Discuss three different types of laser currently used in ophthalmology, providing information about the physical properties of each one and explaining precisely why that particular laser is clinically necessary / useful.

Four Ways Parents Reduce Gratitude in Their Kids

Four Ways Parents Reduce Gratitude in Their Kids

I recently witnessed three teenage girls at a shopping village with their mom. They were Christmas shopping and completely caught up in the season. As they interacted, I heard the teens getting louder and louder. Without trying, I began to hear what they were talking about. Each of them felt they deserved certain gifts from their grandparents; one mentioned how she could not live without an Anthropologie outfit and another how she needed several sets of clothes for the various…

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Ethical Violation

Ethical Violation

For this assignment, you will utilize an academic online Library to locate an article that discusses a specific incident of ethical violations on the part of a police or corrections officer. The article must include a real case relating to an officer who did not adhere to his or her agency’s code of ethics. The article should be no more than 5 years old, and the article should have been published via a reputable source (e.g., peer-reviewed journal, law enforcement…

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Time’s 2019 Person of the Year Is a Teenager

Time’s 2019 Person of the Year Is a Teenager

Have you heard of Greta Thunberg? In many ways, she’s a typical 16-year old student from Sweden. She’s an adolescent on social media who wants to change the world. The big difference is—she actually is changing the world right now. Greta was just named TIME magazine’s 2019 Person of the Year. Yep. She’s the youngest person to ever win the award. In the words straight from TIME, we read why she won: “Thunberg began a global movement by skipping school: starting…

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Classical Ethics Homework Help

Classical Ethics Homework Help

1) Read Plato’s Meno dialogue and write a 1-2 pg. response paper (typed, 12-pt. font, double-spaced). Pick at least one definition that Meno provides for virtue and explain. Does Socrates approve of the definition(s) you have chosen? Why or why not? Is there a definition of virtue presented in the dialogue that you favor? If so, then explain why you think this definition is preferable to (at least one) of the other definitions. If you cannot decide which definition of virtue that…

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Discussion Homework Help

Discussion Homework Help

Discuss the presentation that you reviewed. If there were multiple presentations you reviewed, what interested you? This Discussion will not be in groups so that you can read all students comments in class who may have reviewed your presentation. If you waited until the last minute to share your presentation, it may not have gotten peer reviewed. Don’t worry, I will read them all and provide feedback. I may also ask if you would allow me to share with other…

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My Descent into America’s Neo-Nazi Movement

My Descent into America’s Neo-Nazi Movement

Before starting this Discussion, watch the following video: My Descent into America’s Neo-Nazi Movement: TedTalk (Links to an external site.) Answer each question atleast 110 words How does Christian (who’s the descendant of Italian immigrants) become interested in the Neo-Nazi movement? What things were missing from his life that added to his want of acceptance? What impact did the birth of Christian’s daughter have on his ideology? Explain. What are the repercussions Christian still faces from his time in the Neo-Nazi…

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