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    because it generates new knowledge and facilitates expression of thoughts. This class helped me become more aware of my personal strengths and weaknesses in writing. The feedback provided by professor helped me understand how I could improve writing skills. I have learned a variety of writing principles that include, writing complex sentences in a more concise manner, subject-verb agreements, and using active voice instead of passive voice. Professional communication This course introduced me…

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    College 101 Reflection

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    Over the past 6 weeks in college 101 we have been learning about the concepts of self-assessments of personal responsibility, application for self management and the development of higher learning skills. The first and most important topic that we learned in college 101 was self assessment of personal responsibility.If you were to ask yourself what is the definition of self assessment of personal responsibility. The answer to that question would be is being able to take responsibility for your…

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    I stuck to my goal it has been a year and half and I am finally at the end of the goal that I set. I have continued learning new skills. I love my job, the people I work with and the patients that I am taking care of. Within the next 2 years, I will be advancing professionally and going to graduate school for my MSN. I would like to study leadership and management. Within the next five years, I will still continue to advance professionally and begin work on my Nurse Practitioner (NP).…

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    St. Bernard Reflection

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    My time at St. Bernard has taught me many skills that I will use both in college and throughout the rest of my life. I would like to believe that I am a very different person from the frightened fourteen year old I came to St. Bernard as four years ago- smarter, more adaptable, more accepting, more critical of myself and others. It is hard to say how much of the change can be directly credited to St. Bernard, but the growing up and learning I have done has mostly taken place here, both inside…

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    1. In this chapter leadership is described as non-coercive influence. For what reasons might followers be motivated to respond to a leadership initiative? Followers would me more motivated to response to a leadership initiative, if the leaders worked with the followers to achieve common goals. The main reason why coercive influence is a non-factor for leaders, is it uses threats and punishments to entice followers to work towards a goal, but does not include the leaders working with the…

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    continuous effort by management to improve employees’ competencies and capabilities and to enhance organisational performance”. Training tends to be the short- term outcome to increase individual competence, skill, capability and behavior. Using Maund (2011) analogy, it modifies employee and organisation skill behaviour through learning experience in other to achieve a good activity performance. Development refers to long-term outcome where organisation and employee acquire skills and…

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    Skill can be described as your ability to act when around others, it is your physical presence in the conversation and the way that you go about holding yourself. Knowledge was my lowest score with twenty-two out of a possible thirty points, this is because…

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    Peak Performance Essay

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    in day to day life and further increase my skills. For instance my weakest skill is time management I can develop this skill by setting a schedule and sticking to it. Another weaker skill of mine is positive attitude and motivation I will improve this skill by surrounding myself with people who have positive attitudes and use this to motivate myself. I can already use my strongest skills of reading, writing, and speaking to further improve other skills. In conclusion I will use my results to…

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    Development is funding to these type of countries such as Africa and Asia for education and training to enhance their quality of work to reach the national standards. With the regular training session, healthcare professionals implement their learned skill into the hospitals for better service delivery. 2.2 The association between transfer of training and performance: According to Pineda (2010), all the organization whether public or private spent a lot for the training programme. However, they…

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    ACA Reflection

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    Reflection Paper In ACA, I have learned many valuable learning tools such as time management techniques, focus strategies, study skills, and communication skills. For example, in chapter two, “Managing Your Time,” it explains the best way to prioritize tasks into manageable chunks. Correctly using time management techniques allows a person to complete assignments in a less stressful manner and complete it to the best of his or her ability. Procrastination results in lower grades and higher…

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