I feel this committee was able to work out all of our differences and make a better diversity in the workplace. I really enjoyed the last part of this article that stated, “Success is not going to be handed to them on a plate,” I feel that is the case in any situation you come across, you are the only person that has to take the first step in making yourself better. In my life I use my faith to push me even harder and stronger to overcome those situations. In comparison to my personal example, “Alix Carbon has been encouraged by her managers to push herself to up her nursing diploma to a degree qualification and attend other courses that she might not have believed she was capable of with encouragement.” I feel in this situation Alix used her managers to uplift and motivate her to better herself to show to others she was capable of doing what she thought she was unable to
Jane expects Freydia to be honest with her and to stay drug free. She expects her to come to meetings twice a week and to work hard while she is attending these meetings. She also expects her to work outside of the meetings and to understand that things are not going to change overnight. In return, Freydia expects Jane to be considerate and sympathetic to her issues. She expects her to help her out to the best of her ability and always put hers’ and her children’s best interest first.
The hospital has a legal and moral obligation to allow Eileen to provide as much as she can to their patients including services for free powdered milk, car seats, cribs, bus passes, and the list goes on. That is why our unit has our very own Social Worker that is entirely for our unit alone. Eileen told me that for the most part, she is happy to assist anyone with these items and the other services available, just every now and then she finds patients that just want something for nothing. Eileen, who has been on the Family Birth Place
She has a compelling voice I will never forget .I remember Ms.Gentilini being a dedicated ,motivating, patient and intelligent person that challenged me to better myself every day. For instance one day in class we had a writing assignment and i was a little puzzled on the prompt ,Ms.Gentilini came over and said “sacoya your a smart girl and you can do it just take your time and use the skills I taught you “ that motivated me to think harder to understand
Each member freely expressed their opinions on the presentation, whether we liked another members’ input or not, respectfully, constructively and without alienating the other members. Suggestions were put forward requesting other’s opinions regarding any changes that were necessary. There were no major problems with communication, my team members have put their opinions forward, and at no time was there any real tension between group members. Although there were some time lags due to personal commitments and illness, everyone participated in the Wiki discussion board. Instead of having a clear “leader” for the group, we all put forward suggestions and worked towards our common goal.
She walked through the door and instantly felt sigh of relief. She knew this was the one. She spoke with a counselor named Jennifer. Jennifer immediately tuned into Virginia’s emotional state and reassured her that there was defiantly no right or wrong way to feel. Rather than focusing on what she assumed Virginia wanted to hear she catered to Virginia’s every need, thoughts, worries, fears, and pain.
According to our textbook, women typically avoid eye contact as a sign of respect (Giger & Davidhizar, 2008). Before coming to the United States, she typically was not a “touchy” person. Since being here, she had acclimated to touch and now accepts it without difficulty and stated that she frequently uses touch when caring for her patients. Space factors. M.I.’s degree of comfort in regards to space is dependent upon who the person is.
When Mrs. Howell called on students to answer her questions, she stated their first name every time and used positive feedback after each answer. These techniques demonstrated an environment of respect and rapport. She also allowed each student to share their idea or response every time she asked for an answer or response. I noticed that Mrs. Howell ensured that communication between her and her students were clear and accurate by restating questions that were confusing to some students. She would break down questions and answers to make them more
They were all fantasized with how good my project board looked, how artistic I made everything and how visual it was the only problem that came to me was the question “What is Hollister Co.?” These judges were kind of old ladies they would probably have no idea or never shopped or seen this store at the mall before, but since I am an avid customer that shops there I had no problems explaining to them what the store was and what it was like. So then I continued to lead right on into the start of my project I was flowing pretty well and having a good time with these ladies. Once my 20 minutes was almost over I wrapped it up and said “goodbye, have a nice day.” Phew that was finally over but I think I did a good job so now I’d have to kill time till after noon so I can get to see how my results came out and see what I placed. So I went and placed my stuff in our class corner so I didn’t have to carry arm loads of stuff around, then I went to
Mrs. Francis has a very humble and optimistic spirit. I have known her since the years when I attended St. Anne’s School. Every day, she impacts a student just by being kind even if the student is having a bad day. She surely knows how to turn a frown upside down. She encourages all the St. Anne students to study hard and always try the hardest.