Men are usually taught to be independent, assertive, strong, a leader. Their usually expected to keep emotions aside and to never seem vulnerable when women are the complete opposite. Women are expected to share their feelings to seen weak, but men they must never show that side of weakness. Social construction has a lot to do with our culture. Culture tends to divide sexes, based on our gender we automatically go into a category.
I believe my I have egalitarian family system. Although my parents are not together they will do everything it takes to make sure their children are okay. They are my motivation. Other value my family taught me is consideration. The idea behind that is to treat people how u would like to be treated .don’t walk over someone and treat them bad if u doesn’t want it to happen to you.
Welton defines tradition as honoring the previous generation by maintain they values and become something so you can get accepted in the society. Their school believed that this tradition will teach them respect and increase the student’s status in the society. An example of that was when the principal said to Mr. Keating ‘’ the curriculum here is set; it has been proven it works. If you question it, then what’s to stop them doing the same?’’. What he mean about this is that the school system that they have, always worked and if they started questioning if they should change it or if something is wrong, then it is a good chance the students will do the same.
In India, unlike in America, the family plays a central role in shaping an individual’s future. In America, it is almost unimaginable for a person being offered a job to first seek his parents’ approval. But in India, that is almost always the case. It is amazing to see how often well-educated, independent professionals have to consult their parents before accepting a job offer or traveling abroad. At the core of Indian culture lies an innate respect for parents and other elders in the family, and usually no major decision is taken without consulting them.
Although it is a universally accepted fact that doing community service is highly recommended for all people, students are rarely encouraged to do so in our society. In most Eastern countries, students are only expected to excel in their school work by their guardians while their spiritual welfare remains largely undermined and neglected. Community work is the collective labor by a group of people doing voluntary work, for the goal of helping out the community and the betterment of it. And while some may discourage students doing community work justifying that it distracts them from their studies, I strongly believe that students should involve themselves in community work as they can learn to be less selfish, realize the importance of giving back to society, and understand the issues in their community. Students are option fed with the notion that their school life should revolve around good grades.
Building a professional relationship with parents and those within the community will only help to create opportunities and provide more resources. Also, a classroom that values diverse cultures and traditions is something that I appreciate. I am a person that loves learning about others. Sharing our family history, heritage, and traditions along and observing what we have in common and what our differences are is not only educational but extremely uplifting. Furthermore, the Code of Ethics for Educators was put in place to provide key elements to teachers not only share their own personal values and morals, but to expand them.
I take this privilege very seriously. Social workers have the opportunity to work with people from different cultures, religions, and backgrounds. If you don’t know about a culture or specific religion, you can research to learn more about them, their values, and heritage. Nevertheless, the best way to learn about your clients and show them you’re interested in their lifestyle, culture, or religion is to ask them yourself. They are the experts in their lives and your best resource to expand your knowledge and understand about a culture’s values and beliefs.
If the employee is not doing the right things or don’t obey my mom, she will talk to him individually. My mom will explain why we need to do this, what is the purpose of that to convince him. This one of the reason to be a good leader and my mom have the condition. “A good leader ensures a safe place of work for staff.” This is really important to have wherever you work. Keep the company safe is the most important thing to become a good leader, because if you didn’t have a safe environment how can you make all the employee to trusting in you.
I must have a positive feeling of my job and for this, I must have had different tasks and actively participate in it, in order to be feel important in the firm and to have a great self-worth. I prefer have a job very interesting and enhancive that have a good pay and don’t want to come at work with pleasure. However a minimum pay is required because I don’t do volunteering. The promotion is also a big point because for me, whether an employee who stays in the same rank during all his worker life, is because of lack of motivation or/and capacity, and managers do not see interest for the firm to being evolve. But the promotion is also in relation with your managers or executives.
In this case, all four of these individuals are the stakeholders and all four have various interests as participants. The interest for Jane is that she maintains the staff’s wage and commission confidentiality and that she does her best in this new position. She wants to impress her new bosses by her intelligence, fairness, and keen sensibility. Eddie’s core interest is to provide his brother with top commission-paying contracts while keeping his hidden agenda away from Brad and the rest of the staff at R&S. Greg wants to make as much money as possible, even if that means infringing upon company policies and his work environment ethics. Brad, who is unaware of the dealing between Greg and Eddie, simply wants to increase profitability at his company honestly while making employees feel free to talk with him about any questions or problems.