Even the most unassuming of people can fall prey to these heart wrenching occurrences. However, it should not be the incident itself which defines us, but rather our reactions as depicted by Pat Eaton-Robb’s “‘Sandy Hook Promise’ Grassroots Group Aims to Build Stronger Community To Help Newtown Heal” article. Communities can and should heal in the aftermath to prevent future events by correcting flaws in existing protocol, creating a better sense of safety, promoting awareness, boosting morale, and fortifying relationships. When any disastrous incident, such as a school shooting, occurs it is important to analyze the actions and responses of all involved. The community must first understand the details to help avoid further tragedies.
According to Horine (2009) the most essential elements necessary to control and coordinate a project are PDA (Prevention, Detection and Action). • Prevention- The best way to keep the project on track is to prevent (or minimise) variances from occurring. They key to this is an effective plan, effective communication, continuous monitoring, delegation of work and resolving issues efficiently. • Detection- Project control should detect variances immediately. The sooner variances are detected the quicker alternative actions can be taken.
Conflict resolution strategy is also important for team member development, by providing each member with the tools to succeed in future positions. Conflict resolution may not always address every issue, and it is important to incorporate the continual development of this strategy. Consequences Team member accountability is important for the success of team production. Each team member must understand he or she is being held accountable for his or her actions and any lack thereof. Productivity will remain high and other team members will not be burdened with unnecessary work if every team member understands what is expected of
Resilience is often times developed through the spirituality of the service member and this assist in not only the recovery process after a tragedy but also in the means of everyday living. Resilience Building When tragedies occur there are many different stages in the recovery process. Each stage is essential in building resilience, which is defined as “the process of adapting well in the face of adversity, trauma, tragedy, threats or significant sources of stress” (Dees, 2011). Resiliency is the most important characteristic that anyone could have when facing a traumatic experience but it is even more important for service members to be resilient during traumatic experiences. Resilience is a characteristic that has to be developed and is not something that one is born with.
When confronted with conflict, people have response with courage or cowardice When confronted with conflict, it is often faced with difficult, or even threatening, situations. Often when humanity finds itself in conflict, coping with the struggle of interpersonal, cultural and racial, inner or moral conflict can bring either courage or cowardice out in people. This is made evident in Bruce Beresford’s “Paradise Road,” but also in real life situations. It is naturally human to experience conflict, we will all be forced to respond to conflict at various times and various forms throughout the course of our lives, and in order to live serenely we attempt to avoid and resolve conflict. Those who experience moral conflict are truly tested and the core of their characters brought into sharp focus as they make sense of their experiences and wether the will response with courage or cowardice.
Stress is defined as “the process by which we perceive and respond to certain events, called stressors, that we praise as threatening or challenging” (Myers, 2012, page 275). Stress is about an individual or is personal and is affected by the choices the person makes as an individual. The stress that is bad for you deprives you the ability to experience joy, happiness, enjoy life and who you are. That is why it is very important to recognize symptoms of stress and identify ways to bring the stress under control. The good stress is the kind that will help keep you motivated to be productive and be able to achieve the goals we set for ourselves.
Sometimes when you worry about a bully it can affect a child ability to do school work. School is where students spends most of their time therefore most bulling occurs at school. Thompson, Michael, Lawrence (2012) states that bullying is a major problem and needs to be prevented. Schools should assure that the classroom is structure and that education come first for students to be successful. Education is the main focus for students and vital for their future but sometime bulling stops learning from taking place.
A VPN should also have the skill to delegate, if a problem should arise within a task/group, the team leader should quickly and effectively deal with the situation. Finally a VPN must be committed to their role. A VPN should be committed to the cadets and their group. They should put extra effort in to their role to benefit the Group. What relevant experience do you have which you feel will help you in a new leadership
Seeing how dangerous trauma triggers can be, when a student is acting out, school staff should consider if the underlying cause may be past trauma. However, in order to do this, they must be properly trained in trauma awareness, so that they are able to recognize the impact of trauma and how it might affect a students behavior. This process can most definitely be overwhelming because school staff
In conclusion the first step for overcoming the technology’s stimulation and multitasking is get focus and set priorities and get them done first. In addition, take control over technology. In fact, using those principals’ strategies we will have more success as students, helps us to schedule better the time and become better managers of our