Identifying an organization and its climate providing the context surrounding the problem and ensuing decision.

Identifying an organization and its climate providing the context surrounding the problem and ensuing decision.

Assignment Overview
The objective of this assignment is to assess your degree of mastery of the Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) by demonstrating that you can apply and integrate the key course concepts in a real-world context. Begin this paper by identifying an organization and its climate providing the context surrounding the problem and ensuing decision. Provide a concise explanation of why it is a problem and what will happen if nothing changes? What are the potential opportunities/benefits of change? Following this, develop your paper to discuss your decision-making analysis of this problem as it relates to the first two steps of the rational decision-making process. Within each of the before mentioned areas be sure to include examination of the following:
Assignment Criteria
Overview (suggested length – one page)
Give a comprehensive introduction to the organization so that the reader has all necessary context to determine the effectiveness of your ultimate decision. Include the mission/values/vision of the organization for use later in the process. Conclude this section with a preview of the remaining sections of the paper.
Decision-Making Steps 1 & 2 Analysis (suggested length – two pages)
Rational Decision-Making Process – Describe the first two steps of the rational decision-making process as it applies to the identified problem. Be sure to include:
Defining the problem, in a single sentence (problem statement) being careful to avoid the common errors of:
Defining in absolute terms (either/or, yes/no)
Defining the problem in terms of the proposed solution
Missing a bigger problem
Diagnosing the problem in terms of its symptoms
Identifying the criteria
List and describe each relevant criterion
Mitigating Bias (suggested length – one page)
Identify and illustrate a single heuristic or bias that could negatively impact the decision-making process. Remember that any discussion of heuristic/bias should include a definition, application, and mitigation.
Ethical and Spiritual Analysis (suggested length – one page)
Reflect on the decision-making process, and evaluate the fairness of the decision-making process. Asses the repercussions of the decision on individuals, the organization, and the primary stakeholders or end-users.
Reflect on personal faith and ethical values, consider: is your decision aligned with the faith integration topics for this course? If so, how? If not, how? How do you think that your personal faith, values, and personal code of ethics informed your decision-making process?
Remember
Support assertions throughout your paper with the class sources and other additional sources as appropriate. Students should anticipate that this paper will be approximately 10 pages in length and APA formatted (Level I/II headings should suffice). Suggestion: Use the above subtitles in bold as headings for your paper. This will serve as an outline/guide for you and assist the reader following your thoughts.
Suggested Format
Title Page (APA format, see APA manual p. 32)
Overview (Level I heading)
Decision Making Steps and Analysis (Level I heading)
Define the Problem (Level II heading)
Identify the Criteria (Level II heading)
Mitigating Bias (Level I heading)
Ethical and Spiritual Analysis (Level I heading)
References (Level I heading)

Specifically, how did your leader display (or not display) aspects of Leading and Managing Change

Specifically, how did your leader display (or not display) aspects of Leading and Managing Change

For Leader Analysis Paper #3, please submit a 5 page (minimum) double-spaced paper that details the following:
1. Specifically, how did your leader display (or not display) aspects of Leading and Managing Change (Unit 7), Problem Management and Decision Making (Unit 8), and Consensus Building and Negotiation (Unit 9). Please include citations and references to Units 7, 8, and 9 reading materials that support your answers.
2. How can you apply the conclusions of your assessment and analysis to leadership roles and responsibilities in your organization?
I have the book in Amazon Kindle, and I can’t save it in my computer. So I will share you my amazon kindle account, so you can have access to the book. https://read.amazon.com/landing – Password: for assigned writer

Create a journal assignment that explains how you will gain stakeholder trust during organizational change.

Create a journal assignment that explains how you will gain stakeholder trust during organizational change.

This journal assignment will help you explain your methods for gaining the trust of stakeholders during times of change.
Overview
Create a journal assignment that explains how you will gain stakeholder trust during organizational change. Provide specific information about how you plan to build trust for a transformational change initiative. Explain how these steps will build trust and why they should be performed in the order proposed. Begin the assignment by describing the specific change you are responding to. This situation may involve something you have experienced or a change you create for this assignment.
Directions
Write a journal in which you discuss the following topics:
Describe a specific organizational change situation; either one you have experienced or a situation you create for this assignment.
How can you gain the trust of stakeholders when your organization is undergoing this change?
What steps would you take to build trust?
Specifically, you must address the following rubric criteria:
Organizational Change Descriiption: Describe an organizational change with sufficient clarity and specificity for a reader to recognize the steps taken to build trust in relation to it.
Specific Steps: List and describe with sufficient clarity and detail the specific steps taken to build trust with stakeholders in relation to the change.
Timing of the Steps: List the timing of the steps taken to build trust and provide a clear explanation of this order.
Explanation of Trust Gaining: Clearly and convincingly explain how and why the steps taken will gain the trust of stakeholders.
What to Submit
Submit your assignment as a Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins. Your assignment should be 3–4 paragraphs in length. If you cite any sources, use APA style. Remember that each journal assignment has its own specific rubric to review.

Resume that wraps around being a PA for Amazon and having Learning Ambassadors .

Resume that wraps around being a PA for Amazon and having Learning Ambassadors .

Resume that wraps around being a PA for Amazon and having Learning Ambassadors . Using most of my experience as a current Ambassador for 3 consecutive terms. Also, leadership with onboarding and mentoring new hires.
I have experience in managing due to being a Lead Staff with Serenity Therapeutic Services.

Please read the instructions then fulfill the order. The papers are attached for

Please read the instructions then fulfill the order. The papers are attached for

Please read the instructions then fulfill the order. The papers are attached for reference. Please note: the questions also attached. Academic Journals must be use where required.
Students are advised to read the questions carefully before attempting them. Remember that you should review the comments that I have provided you in Canvas and revise the sections that you have completed. Pay close attention to the details that I am seeking in your work.

Stroh (2015) and Chen (2015) both discuss organizational change. Kaufman & Guerr

Stroh (2015) and Chen (2015) both discuss organizational change. Kaufman & Guerr

Stroh (2015) and Chen (2015) both discuss organizational change. Kaufman & Guerra-López (2013) discuss needs assessment. In a 2-3-page reflection demonstrate your understanding of the intersection of leadership, organizational culture, and needs assessment and how all three are intertwined to impact organizational change and organizational success. Connect each concept to a concrete event that you have witnessed or experienced. Refer to all readings and resources, and any additional resources required to support all assertions.
Be sure to follow the rubric, and proofread and edit your paper carefully before submitting.

This request is ONLY for pages 6 & 7 to the attached document provided

This request is ONLY for pages 6 & 7 to the attached document provided

NOTE – this request is ONLY for pages 6 & 7 to the attached document provided: (1) REVIEW each comment within the document and MAKE proper changes/edits/additions as requested by Darcel Brady – after each item is completed, RESOLVE the thread and ACCEPT all deletions or additions. (2) Use citations ONLY from peer reviewed research articles (ANY YEAR) with specific details supporting statements. (3) Write in past tense when citing sources AND review this paper to make sure it is written as such for all citations already included …example “Perry (2017) indicates that Black women’s leadership is grounded” should be “Perry (2017) indicated”. (4) DO NOT USE filler words such as Furthermore, For instance etc.. (5) Provide a resource page for all citations ADDED into the document.
NOTE also: references are included at the end of the document for your convenience

Read the poem The Blind Men and the Elephant below, while reading I want you to focus your thoughts on two specific issues

Read the poem The Blind Men and the Elephant below, while reading I want you to focus your thoughts on two specific issues

Instructions: Read the poem The Blind Men and the Elephant below, while reading I want you to focus your thoughts on two specific issues: 1) what does this poem mean and 2) what does it have to do with the study of leadership. After you have come to a conclusion, in no less than 150 words share your initial response in a post to the discussion.
The Blind Men and the Elephant
American poet John Godfrey Saxe (1816-1887) based the following poem
on a fable which was told in India many years ago.
It was six men of Indostan / To learning much inclined,
Who went to see the elephant / (Though all of them were blind),
That each by observation / Might satisfy his mind.
The First approached the Elephant / And happening to fall
Against his broad and sturdy side, / At once began to bawl;
“God bless me! But this elephant / Is nothing but a wall!”
The Second, feeling of the tusk, / Cried “Ho! What have we here
So very round and smooth and sharp! / To me ‘tis mighty clear
This wonder of an Elephant / Is very like a spear!”
The Third approached the animal, / And happening to take
The squirming trunk within his hands, / Thus boldly up and spake;
“I see,” quoth he, “the elephant / Is very like a snake!”
The Fourth reached out his eager hand, / And felt about the knee:
“What most this wondrous beast is like / Is mighty plain,” quoth he;
“’Tis clear enough the elephant / Is very like a tree.”
The Fifth, who chanced to touch the ear, / Said, “E’en the blindest man
Can tell what this resembles most; / Deny the fact who can,
This marvel of an elephant / Is very like a fan!”
The Sixth no sooner had begun / About the beast to grope,
Than, seizing on the swinging tail / That fell within his scope,
“I see,” quoth he, “the elephant / Is very like a rope!”
And so these men of Indostan / Disputed loud and long,
Each in his own opinion / Exceeding stiff and strong,
Though each was partly in the right, / And all were in the wrong!
So, oft in theologic wars /
The disputants, I ween
Rail on in utter ignorance /
Of what each other mean,
And prate about an elephant /
Not one of them has seen!

To apply for the Seoul Peace Prize with the aim of nominating the Education Abov

To apply for the Seoul Peace Prize with the aim of nominating the Education Abov

To apply for the Seoul Peace Prize with the aim of nominating the Education Above All Foundation, please follow these detailed steps. For this task, I already gathered and attached all the necessary information, including the main document titled “2024-114.pdf,” which outlines the critical information needed for the nomination. This document will serve as a base for drafting the reasons for nomination, specifically focusing on how the foundation’s contributions closely align with the prize’s objectives in promoting mutual understanding, peacebuilding, human rights, democracy, international cooperation, anti-war initiatives, and human development projects.
### Step 1: Review the Attached Document “2024-114.pdf”
1. Open the document “2024-114.pdf” to understand the eligibility criteria and requirements for the Seoul Peace Prize nomination.
2. Highlight key areas where the Education Above All Foundation’s (https://www.educationaboveall.org/) contributions align with the Seoul Peace Prize’s goals, focusing on:
– Promotion of mutual understanding and reconciliation among peoples and nations.
– Peacebuilding through the advancement of human rights, democracy, international cooperation, and anti-war initiatives.
– Human development projects or initiatives.
### Step 2: Draft the Nomination Reasons
1. **Introduction**: Start with a brief introduction of the Education Above All Foundation, including its mission, vision, and key accomplishments.
2. **Promotion of Mutual Understanding and Reconciliation**:
– Detail specific programs or initiatives undertaken by the foundation that have fostered mutual understanding and reconciliation among different communities and nations.
3. **Advancement of Human Rights, Democracy, and International Cooperation**:
– Explain how the foundation has contributed to the advancement of human rights and democracy.
– Highlight the foundation’s efforts in fostering international cooperation and its stance against war, showcasing specific examples or projects.
4. **Human Development Projects or Initiatives**:
– Describe the foundation’s key human development projects, focusing on how they have contributed to peacebuilding and societal improvement.
### Step 3: Write Supporting Evidence
1. **Provide Specific Examples**: For each of the areas mentioned above, provide specific examples, including project names, locations, impact statistics, and any recognitions or awards received.
2. **Use Data and Testimonials**: Incorporate data, statistics, and testimonials from beneficiaries or partners to strengthen your nomination reasons.
### Step 4: Review and Finalize
1. **Proofread**: Carefully review the written reasons for nomination to ensure clarity, coherence, and adherence to the prize’s criteria.
2. **Conclude**: End with a strong conclusion, summarizing why the Education Above All Foundation is a deserving nominee for the Seoul Peace Prize, focusing on its impactful contributions to peace, human rights, and development.

Prepare a reflection paper about one of the emergency medical services (EMS) management topics we covered in this course

Prepare a reflection paper about one of the emergency medical services (EMS) management topics we covered in this course

For this assignment, you are asked to prepare a reflection paper about one of the emergency medical services (EMS) management topics we covered in this course. This is not a summary. The purpose of this assignment is to provide you with the opportunity to reflect on the material you have read and to expand on it.
In covering the EMS management topic you choose, consider the prompts below as a guide for your reflection.
As leaders of EMS agencies, how can we promote additional learning opportunities for our employees?
From a personnel standpoint, how can we promote quality improvement to our employees to gain buy-in for agency change?
What opportunities do you see in your community for your local EMS agency to reach out and connect with the public?
As a manager or future manager, what future learning opportunities do you see that can help you grow as a leader in an agency?
Your reflection paper should be at least three pages in length. Since this is a reflection paper, it should be written in your own words, and no outside sources are required. If outside sources are used, please adhere to APA Style when creating citations and references for this assignment.