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    My ADDIE project will cover diversity and equality. I want to teach individuals about the importance of diversity and equality in the workplace. Many people in contemporary society are not fully educated about how diversity and inclusion is the fundamental way of shaping employees’ and its organizations. As the workforce demographics progress and global markets emerge, workplace diversity growths closer to becoming an enterprise necessity that companies want to display their commitment to…

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    These events are designed to expose employees to diversity in a fun and educational environment. The first event is the annual dragon boat race. This is a yearly event that not only is a team building and diversity event it is also a charity event benefiting the Ronald McDonald House. Last year was our fourth annual Milwaukee event, with fifty teams competing. More than 300 people…

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    Diversity Plan

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    Diversity plan Diversity in a workplace is, the differences among employees in age, sex, culture, religion and background that they bring to the organization. In this case, to increase the diversity in the HIT department, we can start with developing policies that help in increasing the diversity for example policy for bad activities as bullying and teasing which discourage diversity. Nondiscrimination policy which requires, existing and potential employees to agree to it. And reviewing the…

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    Diverse Work Environment

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    management, and lastly the employees themselves. By supporting a culture of mutual respect and communication, employees should realize that the key to personal success is aligning themselves with these values and accepting the benefits of workplace diversity, while leaving differences behind. It is critical that employees who do not accept this culture be counseled by management or be no longer employed. A manager who takes action against employees who refuse to adapt will earn the respect of…

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    BIOL101 - Cellular and Molecular Biology Biotechnology and Genetic Diversity Essay: Biotechnology is defined as the exploitation of biological processes for industrial and other purposes, especially the genetic manipulation of microorganisms for the production of antibiotics, hormones, etc (Oxford University Press [2010], Oxford Dictionary of English, Oxford; UK, 2010). The ability of a species to survive is a product of the individual species ability to adapt to its environment, as well as the…

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    I think Washburn values diversity because having diversity at a university presents all kinds of thinking and reasoning strategies from different types of students. Also, there are more ways to come up with results and solutions when there is a diverse setting containing students from different backgrounds. In my opinion, I think the most important part of the WU diversity statement is the first sentence that says, “The mission of our diversity initiative is to honor the Washburn University…

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    page. Especially, diversity being one of the main topics that are needed to be talked about in order to continue to have a clear understanding, non-discriminatory working environment where each and every employee can feel safe and be able to do their jobs. As manager of this organization I will be providing an overview on a training program that is going to be mostly revolving around diversity as well as an inclusion for our organization’s first line supervisors. Creating a diversity training…

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    decisively different. On a global scale Australian television may not be a major player and micro-view of such media, like that of the ABCs, would indicate that because too many Anglo presenters are reading the news or hosting television shows that diversity on this platform does not exist. However if we were to watch a documentary on Native Americans, regardless if it were introduced by a ‘see of white’ would not change its cultural…

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    Gibbs Reflective Model

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    The primary purpose of this essay is to conduct a reflective study on some of the aspects within my professional practice encountered as a student nurse. In consideration of the elements of a reflective study, I will base my findings in the first person. On the other hand, in adherence to the stipulation of the NMC Code of Professional Conduct (2002), I will ensure the proponents of confidentiality are observed in the disclosure of names in order to protect the identities of the individual…

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    Genetic engineering is the deliberated modification of the characteristics of an organism by manipulation its genetic material. There are many potential benefits of genetic engineering. Some include tackling and defeating disease, eliminating illness in young and unborn children, potentially longer life expectancy, and the ability to produce new foods. While these are benefits and could change the world for the better; the cons of genetic engineering outweigh the pros. To begin, genetic…

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