In my personal life my strengths will help me tremendously. Adaptability could help me in future jobs or relationships. Communication and woo will help to have better relations with people who enter my life and to keep them there. I also like to always think positive. Thinking in positive ways not only makes me feel better about situations, but I know it also helps other people dealing with the situation too.
“Transformational leaders are able to increase follower self-efficacy, giving the group a ‘can do’ spirit. Followers are more likely to pursue ambitious goals, agree on the strategic goals of the organization, and believe the goals they are pursuing are personally important” (Robbins & Judge, 2013, p. 384). By evaluating and comparing my characteristics with my admired leader, Janet Mock, “People working for charismatic leaders are motivated to exert extra effort and, because they like and respect their leader, express greater satisfaction” (Robbins & Judge, 2013, p. 381). Developing those additional leadership skills and advancing the characteristics I currently possess, will allow me the opportunity to expand my horizon. Conclusion Understanding and evaluating leadership styles and theories can allow an individual to assess his or her capabilities.
Reflected appraisal has a huge impact on ones own self worth. Having high self esteem helps people accomplish their goals and helps them to communicate well with others. The biggest influence on our self-esteem is the reflection on how other people view our self worth. One way to have a positive self perception of ourselves is to be around positive people who won't drag you down. Making sure I have A good viewpoint of myself I know I can accomplish my goals and dreams.
Throughout the book the author revealed plenty of useful information put into action in approving are listening skills to be better listeners. My actions consist of be more conscious in my listening skills and continue to control the negative emotions that sometimes arise that prevent us from listening to others. It is important to keep intact my emotion until I have a full understanding and clarity of the message being relied to me. I will remember to steer away from being defensive, because at the same time I can be unknowingly attacking others around me that loves me. With every opportunity of listening I will be mindful of creating a safe environment where clarity, understanding, and listening can take place effectively.
People who keep their mind set will improve their life and dredge all the errors out then start doing it again. Does it seem ultra altruistic and perhaps overly utopian? It must be the change needed in order to not just survive, but to
Ethical similarities and differences Ada Bren ETH/316 February 4, 2013 Paul Betancourt Ethical similarities and differences Ethical theories in contrast deal with how our society as a whole believes humans should behave in relation to one and another. However, theories are often easily challenged do to the lacking support or solid evidence. Most people generalize ethical theories as right vs. wrong. There never seems to be a gray area. There are three major types of theories among ethics, utilitarian, deontological, and virtue ethics.
Passing Information: Informing others of new sought information is of great importance. Letting others know what you think what effort you take on making information important so they can pay attention. Never doubt to pass on the good news, good news is always lively and should be passed on. When giving or receiving feedback, make sure has to reasons for those feedbacks. Having reasons why gives you the problems a person needs to work on.
There is little question that the public leans toward a punishment that is harsher for those who commit acts of armed robber. The public would the people are who innocent and inevitably be the victims who would be the targets for those criminals. The public would be in full support of a motion that punishes those who perform these acts more harshly than they are being punished now in the hopes that the new legislation would act as deterrence. It has been a common theory that harsher punishments would indeed be effective as deterrents to such acts of deviance as armed robbery. Acts of armed robbery that end in violence or homicide tend to render the public outraged and give their voice a stronger demand for justice to be done.
Further, because most hate-crime legislation puts added effort into prosecuting crimes against certain individuals or groups, what about the same crimes committed against someone who doesn't fit into one of those groups? Will the crime be prosecuted to the same extent? If not, you're making things worse for the majority, who are likely to feel underprotected. If the problem is that too many people (of any group) are being mugged, or assaulted, or their belongings vandalized, you should put more effort into prosecuting muggings, assaults, or vandalism. Not to protect any one group, but to protect all
At first glance, the concept of Cultural Relativism provides an insightful, well-defined perspective on culture and society; however, upon further inspection we can dissect the traditional definition of Cultural Relativism to reveal its setbacks. As James Rachels refers to them, the 1st and 4th claims made by traditional Cultural Relativists, that different societies have different moral codes and that the moral code of our own society is one of many, go hand in hand and follow logically from each other. These claims depend on the contextual definition of “moral code,” and for this argument we will consider these claims to be reasonable and thus we can interpret them as true. When it comes to the 2nd and 3rd claims made by Cultural Relativists, that the moral code of a society determines what is right and what is wrong and that there is no objective standard that can be used to judge each society’s code, we begin to see the traditional definition of Cultural Relativism pull apart at the seams.