Quantitative research allows assessing and analyzing data. The association between an independent and dependent variable is studied in detail. Quantitative research can be used to test hypotheses in trials since it is effective in measuring data gathered from the statistics. The main disadvantage of quantitative research is that a large sample of the population must be studied; the larger the sample of people researched, the more statistically accurate the results will be. However,
As a good communication skills are essential for workplace success. The Director of Engineer will work with internal and external personnel to ensure that facility maintenance and housekeeping requirements are executed in a timely and efficient manner, while maintaining the integrity of policy and planning, and will work to ensure that all maintenance projects are met. Therefore, communication skills are important. During interview process, Ray could ask about communication skills including how the candidates handle issues, how they handle difficult situations and other questions related to the candidate’s ability to communicate. For example, asking questions like “What major challenges and problems did you face?
3. If Gardner’s and Sternberg’s theories of multiple intelligences are correct, what are the implications for intelligence testing and for education? The impact for intelligence testing is dependent upon the purposes of the intelligence testing. The most popular intelligence assessments have expanded the number of factors of "intelligence" for which they provide scores, but they still provide a single score. The original purpose of intelligence assessments was to predict the likelihood of a person completing his academic requirements.
The motivation plan is specifically designed for the Employment Verification Division (EVD). The employees are Angela, Deborah, Susan, and Julian. Team B is composed of one interactive style, one interactive cautious style, one interactive dominate style, and one steadiness dominate style. The team DISC assessment does not have a true dominate style; however the motivational plan created ensures the capture of each unique personality and identifies the style that works well in a group work environment. The primary focus of the team is to improve "interdependency among tasks—the success of the whole depends upon the success of each member and the success of each member depends on the success of the others" according to Robbins and Judge, (2013, pg.
The evidence of any fraudulent action should remain the basis of the accusations. It is important to ensure that the evidence is accurate, trustworthy and relevant to confirming the involvement or activity. The best approach in this case would be obtaining statements, evaluating the test material and determining the motive for such involvement. In addition, it would be wise to monitor how the students performed on other measurable assessment and or graded material. In consideration that the tests were administered on a scranton using paper and pencil it would be an identifiable measure to detect any alterations with the physical eye however technology could equip a more advantageous opportunity.
B. appropriate tests of transactions have been applied. C. results in terms of reliability are reasonable. D. sampling plan has been properly applied. 6) The auditor’s strategy in performing test counts during the inventory observation is to: A. concentrate tests on high dollar items and take a representative sample of other items. B. concentrate tests in areas where employees seem to be disregarding the inventory instructions.
These can blend into work samples or problem solving tasks related to the job. Good situational interview questions are realistic enough that the applicant will actually experience the same emotions you are trying to represent. For example, in a situational interview designed to assess customer service skills, an applicant might be asked
Page 7 Identify the ethical considerations involved and accepting referrals Page 8 Explain reasons for negotiating a contract with clients Page 8 Conclusion Page 9 Bibliography Page 10 UNIT 6: ASSINGMENT 04- YEAR ONE REPORT ON ETHICAL PRACTISE Introduction I hope that this essay is going to reflect on what I think is important in understanding how the ethical framework can be used in the context of counselling. I will be looking at the impact of the ethical framework on self, referrals, legal and contracting. Explain the key features of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy ethical framework and what factors may affect your ability to adhere them. The BACP Ethical Framework came into force in April 2002 and provides a professional framework to counsellors, outlining key areas of responsibility and rules of conduct. By its existence the
Because of science one now can measure these processes and quantify them so that cognitive psychologist may use behavioral observation to measure damage, mental processes and mental states. Because of cognitive science, cognitive psychologist are able to see just what is going on within a person’s brain and make the most educated guess on how he or she should be treated because of their behavior (Van Wagner, 2009). Behavior of individuals can be observed and watched, measured and tested, and a conclusion can be made from behavior on whether or not cognitive psychology is the best treatment for the individual. Even though cognitive psychology arose in response to behaviorism, this does not mean that behavior is not important for the
A skilled therapist can asses the patient quickly with the initial meeting however the more incite you have to a patients personality the stronger the therapy will be as the approach will be reinforced with more personal touches. Preferably the use of a short screed assessment sheet can be filled out using a scoring method of a clients appearance, personality traits and behaviors to gain a closer incite into with approach is required for a more successful session. In the first consultation with a client a list of these appearance, personality traits and behavior attributes