Case Brief #1

Please read the uploaded case brief titled “Dementas v. Estate of Tallas.   Additionally, ensure you read the uploaded “Case Brief Guidelines and Rubric” to properly complete the assignment.  

 

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Ship breaker essay

the prompt is in the document, and the work cited.

 

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Group Leading Proposal

You will lead a 1–2-hour group session in your community. The purpose of this assignment is for you to gain experience planning and leading a group with attention to group dynamics, group process, ethical and effective group facilitation, and leadership responsibilities. The group must have between 5–12 adult participants, excluding yourself and any co-leader.

• You may use a group that you already lead.

• You may lead a session for a group that you are a member of (with the leader’s approval).

• You may “guest lead” an existing group (with the organization’s and leader’s approval, as applicable). However, you may not lead the same group you are attending for the Support Group Attendance assignment.

• You may organize a 1-time group meeting for the purpose of this assignment. The group must not consist only of your own family members.

Note that you must submit this Group Leading Proposal and check Blackboard and your email for approval/changes/feedback from the instructor prior to leading the group. While there is some flexibility allowed in the type of group and its purpose, these important parameters must be met:

1. All group members must be engaged and participate orally.

2. The session must give opportunity for all group members to share meaningful, personal information openly.

3. You will practice the group leader skills described in the Jacobs et al. text, including:

a. Opening the meeting in a way that engages and provides necessary information;

b. Guiding and keeping the group on task and purpose;

c. Holding, shifting, and deepening the focus;

d. Using active and empathetic listening;

e. Reflecting, clarifying, and summarizing;

f. Asking effective and appropriate questions;

g. Linking, cutting off, and drawing out members; and

h. Closing the meeting within an agreeable timeframe.

4. The meeting may take place in a church context, but the focus must not be Bible study/discussion or prayer with little or no time for or emphasis on sharing personal information. Possible topics could be grief, anger, time management, parenting, etc.

5. While there may be a psychoeducational component of the meeting, it must not be mainly a lecture, presentation, sermon, etc. The majority of time must be spent in group interaction.

6. As the leader, you must model appropriate behavior by cultivating a caring, supportive, safe, encouraging, and accepting environment. You must closely observe members and facilitate effective processing of the meeting’s content while managing your own emotions and reactions.

7. You must not lead a psychotherapy session, unless you hold the necessary license and liability insurance (if so, you must furnish the instructor with copies of these documents).

Note that any exceptions to these parameters must be discussed with and approved by the instructor at his/her discretion on a case-by-case basis. Also note that in order to receive credit for leading, the group and the meeting must be consistent with your approved proposal.

Your Group Leading Proposal must provide the requested information and be submitted as a Word document organized using the subheadings indicated below. The proposal must be well-written in current APA format with a cover page and use of the first person pronoun is encouraged. An abstract and references page are not required.

Introduction and Background

Briefly describe your prior experience leading groups. Explain your choice of group for this assignment.

The Group Context

Briefly describe the (organizational) context for the group you propose to lead, as well as its nature and general purpose. Is it an existing group? If so, is it open or closed, how long has it been meeting, and how frequently? Is participation voluntary or mandatory? What is your prior role and involvement in this group? Is the group created solely for this assignment?

The Setting

Disclose when you will lead your meeting (date, time, and length). What is the location and setting for this meeting? How many participants do you expect? Provide relevant demographic information about them. What is their relationship to you? What communication will be used to announce/promote the meeting?

Meeting Goal and Norms

Identify the goal of the group session you will lead and explain how and why this goal is appropriate for this particular group and this meeting. Describe the ice-breaker or warm-up activity you plan you use to open the meeting. What expectations and norms will you need to communicate up front in regards to your role, confidentiality, member participation, etc.?

Meeting Content and Process

Describe the thematic content for the proposed meeting in some detail and how it will be processed, including format and type of exercise(s), if any. What materials, supplies and/or props will you distribute? Provide a timeline for the session. You must plan with the number of participants and the available time in mind, allowing enough time for processing and sharing.

Conclusion

Conclude your proposal with a final paragraph articulating your thoughts and feelings about the proposed meeting. Also, disclose any additional pertinent information that was not asked above.

 

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Discussion Question Chapter 14

 

I need this assignment  by October 22nd, 6 am eastern time on October 22.

500 words  about this chapter that I have attached. 

 

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write a 300 words introduction in six hrs

dm me 

 

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Supply Chain Alignment Adaptability and Agility (3Pages)

  

Supply Chain Alignment Adaptability and Agility – Crocs: Revolutionizing an Industry’s Supply Chain for Competitive Advantage – Stanford Graduate School of Business 2007 

Focus: Studying a supply chain company in a business that typically relies on ‘push’. The important thing to emphasize is how they have effectively built a very responsive TOC-based system in an industry where that is very hard to do.

Key questions to consider: 

•What are Croc’s core competencies?  •How do they exploit these competencies in the future? Consider the following alternatives: •Further vertical integration into materials. •Growth by acquisition  •Growth by product extension •To what degree do the alternatives in Question 2 fit the company’s core competencies, and to what degree do they defocus the company away from its core competencies? •How should Crocs plan its production and inventory? How do the company’s gross margins affect this decision?  

 

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Reading a book

I want book report for 2 books 

 

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A worksheet from Counseling Class

READ THE DIRECTION OF EVERYTHING

 

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2 pages essay

2 pages essay book review.

 

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wk 7 Persuasive Presentation

  Persuasive Presentation

Think of a problem in your company, neighborhood, schools, or community, to which you would like to offer a solution. Develop a presentation in PowerPoint, that you might use to present your argument to the governing board of your chosen organization. Use what you know about persuasion, effective communication and message organization to sell your idea. In your PowerPoint, you will: Create 8-10 slides that offer a presentation introduction, body and conclusion. Focus your message on audience needs and motivations. Use reasoning, appeals to emotion and audience interests. Cite at least three outside sources. Include a coversheet slide, slide titles, bullets, charts (pie, bar, or line), clip art and creativity in terms of animation effects and word choice. Use the NOTES feature to add the general text of what you will say in your presentation. Each slide will have two-three substantive paragraphs in its NOTES section. In most settings, you would do fine with using NOTES simply to place your keyword outline. However, since you will not be delivering this orally, more content is needed for your instructor to understand what it is that you intended to communicate. Concentrate on formatting and the overall flow of your presentation. Be mindful of the rules of good visual design.

Submit your PowerPoint along with a paragraph providing some background, your goal, and a brief description of your audience.

 

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