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the country. Disaster can strike anywhere and from all sources. An often-overlooked part of running a successful business is the continuity plan. Kudler Fine Foods, a high-end, specialty grocer is no different. Kudler needs to assess its risk in order to create a legitimate business continuity plan. Once the initial risk assessment is complete, it is important to analyze how internal organizational dynamics affect the continuity plan, and how the available resource affect the success of the plan.Kudler Fine Foods is a successful grocery store in California. The company has tailored their product to serve those wanting a one-stop shopping experience for all their gourmet-cooking needs. The
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Running head: FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY ASSESSMENT 2
FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY ASSESSMENT 2
Module 5 RA 2: Psychological Evaluation and Risk Assessment
June 25, 2018
The parole board works with the criminal justice system by obtaining a psychological assessment on the prisoner, who is up for parole, to determine if the individual can be released back into the community and not pose a risk of recidivism. Also, the parole board enlists the records of the prisoner’s actions and behavior from the prison staff. Another source that is used in the determination of release prison’s psychologist. Once all of the information is gathered the parole board determines if the prisoner is fit to
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The patients perceived and physiological fall risk should be evaluated in order to form individualized fall prevention strategies and prevention.
Inpatient Fall Prevention From The Patients Perspective: A Qualitative Study
The current fall assessment practice is nursing centered. The fall prevention needs to be more patient centered so the patients can recognize their risks and become more active in their plan.
Patient Perceptions and Experiences With Falls During Hospitalization and After Discharge
Nurses need to incorporate the patient and family more in understanding fall prevention
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literature review, has identified medications that are
known to significantly affect the central nervous system, such as benzodiazepines,
opioids, and antipsychotics, all were identified as predictive fall risk factors. Cardiac,
medications and those medication known to cause orthostatic hypotension and
dizziness/vertigo where identified as predictive fall risk factors. In short, through the
study, medications and those with central nervous system effects are significantly
associated with increased risk of falls. In other word, the three most common used fall
risk assessment tools HFRM 11, MFS, and STRATIFY are not functioning well. Only some
of the known risk factors that predispose a
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SAMPLE FORM FOR THE RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS
This form can help set out your risk management process for managing cash-in-transit security risks.
Using this form is not mandatory—you can use whatever means are most useful and practical to manage risks at your workplace.
Branch of Business
Date of Assessment
Name of Contact
Days of Service
M T W T F S S
Maximum Daily Value
2 Key Safe
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whenever it is required.
Assessment Practices and Consequences
In order to receive a mark/grade students must complete the entire teaching and assessment program for the course. A student who does not meet this requirement and does not provide acceptable reasons, is at risk of:
· receiving a lower mark/grade than expected at the end of the unit or pair of units if the reason for non-completion/submission is not acceptable to the college
· receiving a U (Unfinished) notation instead of a grade/mark.
If the reason for non-completion/submission is acceptable to the college the student can complete other work in the future to allow the college to assign a grade/mark.
Note: A ‘U
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According to Arora (2010), accounting could be considered as a sub-function of finance as it generates information or data related to the activities of an organization. Once it is related to finance, there are many issues to deal with, including risk and return, which are very common components in financial management. This assessment will analyze the question what is the point of learning about risk and return for an accountant, and how the related theories are being applied in real life. Using several concepts and facts from different sources, the essay is expected to partly illustrate the relationship between accounting and risk-return management.
The first reason
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scored a “High Risk” on the FAST aReading assessment to quickly
identify where the issues are and they can be addressed. However, in the middle school
ages I think students who score in the “Some Risk” or just about the “Low Risk”
category should also take the PSI to let the students, parents, and teachers know
what’s going on and how to help correct the issues. However, the PSI is only being
used to progress monitor at this time and only students who are in a Tier III intervention
Given the information I have learned through this course and taking the time to
really evaluate the assessments and screeners that are used, it is my hope to take this
information and be able to make suggestions to my curriculum team. I would love to be
able to use the information to improve the instruction and learning of the students who
are in need.
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responsible for that injury and anything that happens as a result of it.
3.3 It is important to identify any concerns with the agreed care plan before undertaking the pressure area care in order to complete a risk assessment, any new concerns should be noted and changed in order to best care for the individual.
3.4 Once a risk assessment has been completed, and concerns with the care plan have been found, it is important to address these issues with authorised staff so that the care plan can be updated to reflect these issues, so that changes can be made to maintain a high level of care for the individual. Any concerns should be verbally addressed, discussed and finally recorded in the
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, threats, and vulnerabilities to one of the seven domains of a typical IT infrastructure.
Given a scenario, prioritize risks, threats, and vulnerabilities based on their risk impact to the organization from a risk-assessment perspective.
Prioritize the identified critical, major, and minor risks, threats, and software vulnerabilities found throughout the seven domains of a typical IT infrastructure.
Upon completion of this lab, you are required to provide the following deliverables to your instructor:
1. Lab #1 - Assessment Worksheet (Place a copy into the D2L Assignment #1 Dropbox)
1. Review the Lab Assessment Worksheet. You will find answers to these
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institutions. Regulators and depositors mainly emphasize the risk management and according to them risk management is an essential ingredient to enhance the value of shareholders and increase their level of confidence.Risk management is the assessment of risks to mitigate, monitor and control the probability or impact on uncertain events. Risk management methods vary from industry to industry for instance it cannot be same for project management, industrial process and financial portfolios. As a management view point risk management is an important tool which is the used in decision making because it is systematic and well structured. For better utilization of risk management in management's
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information with other health professionals such
as the case manager
Recognising impact of Health Problem
Initial assessment involves:
• Initial phone call – establishing initial nurse, client, caregiver
• Assessment data collecting interview re client’s health and
• Historic database including
• the socio-environmental and family assessment
• The nursing health history:
• feelings about previous health care and expectations
• Past health-illness patterns
• Risk factors and resources available
Clinical Manifestations of Health Problems
Clinical manifestations of health problems in domiciliary environment
• Medical Status
• Neglecting to eat: weight loss or gain
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: Assessment Task 1 submissions will be marked by … PLEASE add assessor names
4. Recommended time: Suggested time to devote to this task - 15 hours.
5. Submission details
· Word Limit 800-1000 words - (assignments exceeding the word limit may not be marked and may be returned to the student for re-writing; assignments less than the required length will risk not covering the topic adequately and may result in a fail). Do not include synopsis, references or bibliography in the word count.
· Note: While a Reflective Journal will mainly comprise of your own thoughts and reflections written in ‘your own words’, Federation University Australia rules relating to referencing, citation and acknowledgement
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Developmental Assessment 1
Developmental Assessment and the School-Aged Child
Joseph A. DePolo
Grand Canyon University: NRS-434VN
April 07, 2019
A nursing assessment must be comprehensive and focus on specific developmental assessments that are appropriate for the child’s age, developmental phase, and needs. The nursing assessment provides opportunities to identify illnesses or conditions and time to educate patients and families about the body and its growth and development. Physical development and growth typically correlates to genetic background, nutritional status and may indicate if a child’s health and well-being are at risk. For nurses to properly assess their patients, an
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I. Analysis and Planning
A. Vulnerability Assessment
The security and availability of the school network plays a huge role in the success of those who attend it. In order to provide a secure network environment for the betterment of the students and faculty a vulnerability assessment needs to take place. This vulnerability assessment is used to find where the weaknesses are in a network in order to assist in the protection of the network.
I have researched different vulnerability scanners to find out which will meet our needs for the vulnerability assessment. Weaknesses that he scanner will be looking for will be unused online ports, any applications that
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Table of Contents
Task 1 (LO1) Risk Analysis 4
Task 2 (LO2) Stakeholder Assessment * See Appendix 2....................................
Task 3 Addressing Issues in construction.................................................................7
Appendix 1: Risk Assessment 11
Appendix 2: Stake holder Analysis 18
Tribune and Partners Construct is a construction consultancy firm, which offers expertise in project planning and project management.
Tribune has commissioned the building of a housing development next to Ricoh Arena in Coventry. This report aims to outline the risks associated with this project and analyse the stakeholders involved. The
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provision of its service.Safety risk managementHazard identification: The organisation shall develop and maintain a formal process that ensures that aviation safety hazards are identified. This should include the investigation of incidents and accidents to identify potential hazards.Risk assessment and mitigation: The organisation shall develop and maintain formal process that ensures analysis, assessment and control of safety risks in operations to an acceptable level.Safety assuranceSafety performance monitoring and measurement: The organisation shall develop and maintain the means to verify the safety performance of the organisation and to validate the effectiveness of safety risks controls. It
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Running Head: Assessment Task 1: Risk Review
Assessment Task 1: Risk Review
This is a report that would reflect upon the different risk factors that are associated with expanding MacVille Cafe to the new Toowoomba store. The risk factors have been identified after several meetings with the current manager of the shop. The report includes an email to the stakeholders as well, and also an excerpt from the meeting with the CEO.
As per the instructions of the CEO, the new manager went to the new Toowoomba store to gather some information about the operations and management of the existing Hurley’s cafe from the current manager of the store, James Mansfield, and
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the 50S ribosomal subunit and thereby blocks formation of the initiation complex
Diarrhea, headache, nausea, reversible myelosuppression causing- anemia, leukopenia, thrombocytopenia, pancytopenia, reversible optic and irreversible peripheral neuropathy in those taking linezolid for 5 months
Caution in people having myelosuppression, those taking myelosuppression drugs, those receiving linezolid for more than 2 weeks (as there is risk for myelosuppression)
Complete blood count should be done weekly
1. MAO inhibitors + linezolid= increases risk of hypertension crisis
2. MAO inhibitors cause hypertension crisis if combined with
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Unit 3 Mark Scheme January 2017
Question Answer/indicative content Marks
Content Levels of response
The importance of a risk assessment in a
Risk assessment is a legal requirement. In
settings with more than 5 employees
(which includes most nurseries), risk
assessments must be recorded).
To reduce the risk of harm to children and
To identify potential hazards in the nursery
(e.g. by taking a walk around the setting
looking for things that may cause harm to
small children or staff such as faulty
To identify potential hazards during
planned activities or outings with children
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sore is required. (Appendix 1) Kelly is in post-surgical care, thus to avoid any accidents or injury, a falls risk assessment should be evaluated and documented in order to avoid adverse situations. (Appendix 1)
Based on Kelly’s assessment for body functions, risk factors etc. the nursing diagnosis include decrease in pulse oximetry, pain management, nasal bolster care and administration in addition, (Deniz, Çiftçi, Isik, Demirel & Gültekin, 2014) as stated by evidence Kelly is susceptible to aspiration problems or sepsis (Sepsis Alliance, 2017) due to surgery or even septal hematoma, septal perforation (Stanford Medicine, 2017) or severe nasal dribbing considering she is already
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pattern that they deserve the abuse, fear of loss of custody and contact with family members, and the fear socioeconomically that access to care will be hard to obtain.Nursing interventions that are applicable to family violence include assessment. Assessment and intervention may be done through collaboration with community and private agencies that specialize in responding to family or domestic violence.Screening should include assessment of the history of the violence. This includes an immediate risk inventory. Assessment of the risk of death or injury is the first assessment that should be made. Once that is completed protective measures should be implemented such as involvement of law
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properties of compound containing sage. One study noted involved the use of rats who were injected with EO and suffered from tonic seizures. As recalled in the case study these effects were increased as a result of increased dosages.
There is currently an extensive number of over the counter EO’s that make no mention of these adverse effects as marketing laws for herbal medicines vary greatly between countries.
Assessment: The data provided a good foundation of evidence for supporting this claim through the use of case studies and data outlining the convulsant essential oils of plants and their major epileptogenic compounds. The case studies supported the claim by noting specifically that the
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2) Discuss the ways in which managers arrive at new strategic directions-formal and informal. Which is the best?The first phase of a strategic formulation process is the planning phase. A statement of missions and objectives is developed which charts the direction of the company and provides the groundwork for subsequent strategic processes. The objectives of a company evolve from the stated mission. After the mission and objectives are completed, a company must develop an environmental assessment, which will entail collecting and compiling necessary geographic data as well as forecasting trends and actions by the competition. The next step involves an internal analysis, which determines
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risk including a sign that is posted outside of the room, fall socks as well as bed alarms that sound when the patient leaves the bed. Another intervention could be to place the patient’s room near the nursing station so that the patient can be seen. Nursing sensitive indicators tend to make you more aware of certain issues in patent care. This allows the nurse to be more aware of skin breakdown, and to make sure a skin assessment is being performed on the patient each shift by using tools such as the Braden scale, and to assist in turning the patient so that there is a relief of pressure on the skin. Patients should be turned according to hospital policy and any breakdown should be noted
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There are many duties underpinning investigations of adult abuse, but no
specific legislation. Some examples are:
The NHS and Community Care Act 1990, section 47 assessments can be
implemented to consider an adult need for services and can therefore
consider any risk factors present at the time of the assessment. From this,
assessment services can support people who have been abused or can
prevent abuse from occurring.
The Fair Access to Care Services 2003 recognises that community care
services will be a vital aspect of adult protection work. Interestingly the
eligibility criteria that superseded Fair Access to Care from April 2010
(‘Prioritising Need in the context of Putting People First: A
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technologies, we must proactively provide research, assessment, monitoring, and guidance, on a global level. Future progress in synthetic biology is likely to increase the risk and severity of pandemics from engineered pathogens. Historically, natural pandemics have been responsible for huge numbers of deaths. For example, we’ve recently seen the risks with Swine flu and Ebola, but they are far less in comparison to the Spanish flu which killed roughly 4% of the world’s population in 1918 to 1920. The influenza was the deadliest flu pandemic in modern history infecting an estimated 500 million people worldwide. That was about one-third of the earth’s population at the time and killed an
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not oriented on any analysis or strategy proposals in the company Xxx but on the process which should lead to successful strategic management analysis and proposals in this company. Our ultimate goal is therefore the success of the whole group.We shall however be more specific in sub goals and by defining them to be able to use the proper methodology.Sub goals:Definition of goals to group membersDefinition of tasks to group membersDefinition of timing and deadlinesDefinition or risk and tools helping to eliminate themPreparation of templates (assignments, presentations)Preparation of communication space (downloads of documents)Description of the methodologyWe shall mention here what were
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History assessment Wibke Czekalla
I was a soldier in World War I. Fighting at the front has changed my life. I lost many friends, but I also saw what the war was like. It was not just ‘‘Germany against the Allies’’, there were many other powers involved. I do not want to defend what the Germans did, but we were often not much better.
When I first saw the treaty of Versailles I agreed to most of the points. However, there are a few points I want to criticize. Article 231 is an example of this. In some parts, it is surely right to give Germany the war guilt, but when one thinks about it, the beginning of the war was a chain reaction and Germany just did the first
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An assessment centre is basically a process where a group of candidates are assessed to determine their suitability for specific types of jobs with various exercises. Assessment centres can be a useful and effective way of deciding a candidate’s suitability for a job as it will lower the risk of making poor recruitment choices in an organisation that could cost more in the future (SOURCE,N.D). From this, it is more likely that candidates will have a more positive time being interviewed alone at an assessment centre (SOURCE,N.D). When choosing exercises that will be used to asset a candidate’s suitability, the organisation is advised to write a job description and perform a job analysis
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followed if an accident or sudden illness should occur.
Depending on the situation, first aid may be administered or emergency assistance requested such
as 999 or 111. It is important to remain calm, clear the area, and stay with the injured person whilst
awaiting help. If an ambulance is needed staff should have copies of all medication charts, basic
personal information, and medical history available for ambulance crew. Staff should also be able
to report clearly and confidently to ambulance crew. An accident form should be completed, and a
more detailed account of the accident documented within a statement or contact sheet.
Management should be informed and a risk assessment review completed
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Assessment of site B
Site B is a great chance to get a very fancy location by converting a disused inner-city church into a pub. This unusual place leads to slightly higher revenues than conventional pubs. The big issue with site B is, that there is a high probability to have difficulties to find the right quality management. As the quality of management strongly impacts revenue, a considerable risk of not finding the right person makes Site B less attractive. The old church is quite liked by yuppies. They have a considerable amount of disposable income. But as this is generally not invested in beer, the high net worth customers of site B are less attracted to give their business to pubs
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live, providing safe and stable care homes with added care if needed.
1.2 – Reviewing the balance between maintaining an environment that is safe and secure and promoting freedom and choice.
As a manager we must review Risk Assessments and Risk Management, to ensure we are acting in the best interest for the individual.
A risk assessment is to evaluate potential risk in an activity o f the individual’s choice.
Risk Management - to put actions in place to help minimise or avoid the impact of the risk.
If an individual is to be able to lead an independent and have well being which is a state of being content and happy, the individual will need to take Risks, as a manager it is in my role to
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powerful effects on the results of that activity (Oana, 2010). The most important risk is judging in a positive way, either as a necessity to increase the opportunities for gain and several challenges which enhance the value of the business (Oana, 2010). This risk assessment associated with the ordering policy provides a quantifiable table of information that illustrates the risk in each category.
2. Table of Risk Coefficient of Variation = Standard Deviation / Average Forecast
Coefficient of Variation
3. Repeat your methodology and assume now that all ten styles are made
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for compliance, what role do IT security policies and an IT security policy framework play in the compliance audit? Since IT systems are used to generate, change, house, and transport that data IT personnel have to build the controls that ensure the information stands up to audit scrutiny.
14. When performing a security assessment why is it a good idea to examine compliance in separate compartments such as the seven domains of a typical IT infrastructure? Each domain has different degrees of risk that require different mitigation solutions. Each domain will have different standards to meet compliance requirements.
15. True or False: Auditing for compliance and performing security assessments to achieve compliance require a checklist of compliance requirements. True.
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minutes and watch what happens
13. Record your results.
Could spill and if touched it will burn your skin.
Clean the area where it is spilled as soon as possible.
The test tube might break.
Inform the teacher as soon as possible.
Part 3: Results
Magnesium and Hydrochloric acid experiment
2cm of magnesium ribbon: total weight with the hydrochloric acid is: 12.0 gram
Gas formed: 0.02 gram
3cm of magnesium ribbon: total weight with the hydrochloric acid :13.0 gram
Gas formed: 0.04 gram
Part 4: Discussion
· Miss Cole I didn’t have much to say about my results because this wasn’t my results.
The aim of my investigation is to identify
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would take more than a month.2) Communication and flow of information between different divisions, departments, and subsidiaries.3) Easier decision making with more accurate and up to date information.To sum up, the implementation of the ERP system will tackle the existing problems by offering the above-mentioned benefits. An investment into an ERP system would be worth and help the company to reduce cost, operate more efficient, and lastly make better business decisions.(b) From the organizational readiness assessment exercise, identify a specific area of concern and propose to LS Group's management some actions to address it.The Readiness Assessment Dashboard indicates that some areas are
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Physical Activity, Nutrition & Health - Your Results
Thank you for participating in the 400892 Physical Activity, Nutrition and Health research project. Based on the information you have provided, a general assessment of your health is provided below. Please note that this general assessment does not take the place of advice from qualified health professionals. This report uses a traffic light system to indicate risk. If any of your health behaviours (e.g., physical activity level, dietary intake or smoking status) or characteristics (e.g., weight or waist circumference) are outside the recommended range, this will be indicated below with a cross/tick in the red box. Outcomes within the
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indirect ministry employees (DHBs etc). (Lange, Gregor 2009)
A mulit-partner project (including researchers from BRANZ, MWH, GNS and NIWA) is working closely with local and regional government to assess the potential impact of climate change around New Zealand. The work includes providing a hazard risk assessment framework for councils to use to identify adaptation options and requirements to address climate change effects but it expressly does not include any potential health impacts (Tait – NIWA 2010). There is a real risk that councils and other similar organisations will use this framework to assess climate change impacts on their organisations, build the results into their plans and
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departments are challenged to add value to the organisation. There exists an extensive practitioner literature on specific internal auditing topics, such as risk assessment, risk management, risk-based auditing, internal control frameworks, risk/control self-assessment, audit planning, etc. The academic literature on internal auditing practices is, on the contrary, rather limited and often very time specific.The internal auditing profession has always added value, but traditionally the contribution has been passive. The "adding value concept" has helped to align the profession with leading business trends and to focus attention on the importance of adding value to the future of internal auditing
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Jessica Hitchings S312503
S118: Community Assessment
The social determinants of health (SDH) describe various aspects that may contribute to the health and wellbeing of an individual or community. Specifically, the SDH explore the factors which indicate how people grow and age, how they learn and work and their ability to have equal access and opportunity. The SDH assessment circle (McMurray & Clendon, 2015) is a resource that can successfully be used to explore the health of the Indigenous Australian community. This report will assess research and present evidence using the SDH assessment circle to further explore the reasons for health inequity within the Indigenous
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Personal Leadership Development Plan - Andrew Epstein
Personal Leadership Development Plan
Andrew Epstein, MPH
NW Public Health Leadership Institute
Development Awareness: Who am I?
360 degree assessment results
A personal leadership style gap analysis of the results of my Discovery 360 assessment has helped me gain greater awareness of strengths and areas for development.
· The highest scoring categories from my 360 feedback (4.5-4.8) were follow through and accountability; collaboration; customer service; and integrity and trust. Those results indicate that my leadership styles (based on Goleman’s Six Styles of Leadership) may be most often democratic, affiliative, and coaching
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outflows and really depend on the $20,000 gift from Michael’s parents
- The William’s do not have any Guardianship documents in place for the children
- Do not have sufficient life insurance
- May need to assist Michael’s parents with retirement needs
- Are they planning to have more children
- What kind of financial needs will Michael’s parents need assistance with in the future
- Does Michelle plan to continue working and growing her own business
- Who is the appropriate guardianship choice for the kids should anything happen to either Michelle or Michael
Michelle and Michael have stated a few financial goals:
- Provide for Beau and Elizabeth for
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production plan for the company, identifying the optimum production mix;*Perform sensitivity analysis as appropriate to support out production plans; and*Produce analysis sufficient to justify our production plan.Executive recommendation: Based on our assessment of costs and overheads, Group 4 recommends that Bayview manufacturing adopt the following production mix:*Product A: 80,000 units*Product B: 41,333 units*Product C: 50,000 unitsBackgroundTo determine our recommendations, the historical data provided was analysed using 'solver' as an optimizing tool. By providing solver the operational constraints of the company, it generated the optimal product mix. This analysis is contained in an
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with the name of the toothpaste.
14. Using adhesive tape, attach the lid of the petri dish, stopping the lid from falling off and microorganisms from entering.
15. Place agar plate upside down into an incubator (37℃). Stops moisture from dripping onto bacteria and disrupting colonies.
16. After 24h remove the plate from the incubator, around the toothpaste solution there is a zone of inhibition. Measure this zone with the help of a ruler.
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, comparative test
· The experiment where the hydrogen peroxide reacting will be of body temperature to determine the initial amount of heat evolved.
Number of repeats
Each experiment repeated thrice.
What would happen?
How to prevent it?
Chemicals are corrosive
Burns, injuries, blindness
Wear equipment and do the experiment under supervision. Wear goggles and adequate equipment such as lab coats
Inhaling the gas
Toxic gas could be inhaled
Do not smell the solution and stay as far away as possible. Or do the experiment outdoors which will reduce the influence of the fumes
Burn the skin
Wear gloves and safety equipment
Try to avoid physical contact
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do meet the criteria for having a conduct disorder, studies are beginning to show that the majority of the population within the juvenile corrections system suffers from at least one mental illness. (Odgers, 2005) These studies have indicated that there are specific mental illnesses that prevail among the youth offenders, and that the symptoms of these disorders increase the risk in the youth and adolescence engaging in delinquent behaviour. (Underwood, 2016) “Commonly found mental health disorders in youth offenders include, affective disorders (major depression, persistent depression, and manic episodes), psychotic disorders, anxiety disorders (panic, separation anxiety, generalized
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point of view is a methodology utilized by researchers to examine human improvement. These people are viewed as researchers as they endeavor to clarify how and why individuals change after some time. The investigation of human advancement considers individuals from all over and each age with thought of as long as they can remember length so far experienced, not exactly where they may right now be. In regard to that, their potential development and improvement is viewed as multi-directional, multi-contextual, multi-cultural, and plastic.
Each term of the life expectancy point of view carries diverse importance to the assessment of a person's life. The principal term, multi-directional, is an
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subsequent follow ups and referrals as the first line of defense for infants at risk of hearing loss. The study by Halliday, Rosen and Tuomainen (2017) examines language development and other factors in relation to language impairments in children with mild to moderate sensorineural hearing loss (MMHL). Other articles focus on less severe pathologies but offer similar compelling findings such as Cho Lieu (2004) which explores Unilateral Hearing Loss in Children and its consequences in speech and language as well as academic development. Carney and Moeller (1998) review various treatment efficacy outcomes for children with hearing loss concluding that no one treatment holds all the answers to