Simple, Compound, Complex, and Compound/Complex Sentence Patterns 1. Although it may be rather long, a simple sentence consists of a single main clause and no subordinate clause. a. Complex Sentence b. Compound Sentence c. Compound/Complex Sentence d. Simple Sentence 2. A compound sentence consists of two or more
If you have lived or have traveled outside the United States, describe the similarities and differences between leadership in the U.S. and leadership in other countries. If you have not traveled outside the U.S. refer to someone you know or work with that similar or different cultural leadership approaches based on their expe
In what areas of emotional intelligence are you strong? In what areas could you improve? Explain
Imagine that your boss (or your client, if you are self-employed) has assigned you to a team to develop a communications training program. Each team member will recommend a book that all participants will discuss during a required meeting or retreat. The team needs one book that sheds light on one or more communication tactics
What makes you passionate about your workplace or the work you do? How might you use your passion to drive organizational performance? How might you encourage subordinates or colleagues to use their passion to innovate?
What are the relationships among an organization's structure, culture, spirit, and innovation?
What is power, and what is its relationship to leadership?
Describe a situation in which you have acted as a transformational or transactional leader. Were you successful or unsuccessful? What environment and /or external factors did you consider?
Why do you think it is important to introduce a training activity by stating the activity's goals, then identifying the audience, time required, materials necessary, physical setting, and process?
What facets of understanding do the following situations use? Explain. 1. Prepare and deliver a speech to persuade people to take actions to protect the environment. What facets of understanding does this assessment address? 2. Write a computer program in Basic that will sort a list of words alphabetically. What facets
They say that, "guns don't kill; people kill." Is this true? Argue both sides from a cause and effect perspective.
Write an analysis of an advertisement. Then go to http://www.adflip.com/ Choose from the icons in the middle of the page they represent decades then choose an advertisement that you find in browsing the material. Remember to include the URL or website address from your chosen ad; it will begin with http:// --copy and paste it at
Do you agree with the statement: to be a leader you have to have followers. Explain the various ramifications involved in your response. Where possible please include practical applications to illustrate your position.
Write an annotated bibliography about type 1 diabetes At least 2 of the resources must be articles from professional journals. Use ProQuest and/or the TUI CyberLibrary to search for articles.
In the United States and much of the Western world since World War II, women have actually seen an increase in domestic work largely due to new technologies. Do you agree that technology has at times had a negative impact on women? Have women's interests been aided or hindered by technology? Elaborate. Many experts assert
Explain the difference between a film's story and a film's plot. Use a specific film to illustrate your point of view. In the film you chose, are the events presented chronologically or are they presented non-linearly? What might a filmmaker's intentions be when he or she chooses to present events chronologically or in a non-lin
How are the Internet and other technologies currently affecting the ways in which movies are produced, distributed, and exhibited? Are the changes having an impact on the quality or depth of the films? Provide specific examples as you explain your point of view.
Please provide a brief contextualization for when participative leadership would be most appropriate.
Identify creative strategies that can be employed to improve listening from both a speaker and listener perspective. Please try to touch on appreciative, discriminative, comprehensive, and empathic listening.
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I need instructions on how to write a successful summary for a scholarly article.
Discussing evaluation and being evaluated are very different. Evaluating an idea and evaluating a person are different as well. What are the differences between writing an evaluative essay and writing an evaluation for an employee? What are the similarities? How does the business of evaluation contrast with the art of eva
How does the following quote relate to Intercultural Communication Competence? "The highest possible stage in moral culture is when we recognize that we ought to control our thoughts." ~Charles Darwin
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Share your thoughts on how you will raise the bar of expectations for yourself and your peers in school of advanced studies as you work on your doctoral journey.
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Imagine that you have the opportunity to work as a paraprofessional at one of the following school: ? Lakeview North Elementary School is a bilingual school where students are given instruction in their native language for most of the day, but immersed with other non-ELL students for selected periods (such as lunch, physic
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How can you use research and questioning skills with Mary Kay Cosmetics? How can you imagine an applied research project helping your company?
The most important nonverbal communication in most relationships is? Is it body language, paralanguage, vocal interferences, spatial usage or self-presentation?