Unclear Decisions What is bullying? Bullying is when someone tries to intimidate someone by making the individual feel bad about themselves which is also, an aggressive behavior that is based off imbalance of power by showing the individual they are intentionally trying to hurt them in some type of way either physical, emotional, or verbal abuse, they are all misleading and can cause terrible impacts in others lives. People who witness bullying situations need to intervene and stop the problem from occurring. However, there are several reasons why witnesses don’t intervene in a bullying situation. First off the witness could feel intimidated by the bully and want nothing to do with the situation that is happening. Second, it could be that the witness is supporting the bully and enjoys the suffering of others. Last, It could be that the witness might be friends of the bully and the person being bullied so they might not want to stand up for one or the other because it could lead to an even worse situation. When a person is intimidated by the aggressor he or she tends to avoid conflict. In this situation the witness will keep quiet and not say anything. Therefore the victim suffers from either physical or emotional abuse from the bully. Bullies tend to think its okay because no one tells them what their doing is wrong, so they keep on making others feel bad about themselves. According to Tom McIntyre at behavioradvisor.com “More than 16% of United States school kids say that they have been bullied by another youngster during the current school term”. In this case no one stood up to say anything to stop it due to intimidation. Bullying never occurs with just one person bullying the other, it could be a group effort so in this case there is no one to help the victim. Perhaps the person helping the bully feels intimidated by him or her so they feel as if they should be on the bullies side to avoid being bullied themselves Therefore this is an never ending cycle and it doesn’t stop until they feel complete within themselves. Also, this tends to boost the bullys ego and make him or her feel good about making others suffer. Last, but not least most of the time the witness knows the victim and the bully. The witness becomes torn from picking either side between the two. Which makes…
Oedipus in a position of having to protect and provide for his citizens. However, Oedipus could also take advantage of their helplessness and decide what he thinks is best for the people of Thebes. Usually this mixture of protectiveness, providing, and decision making are all the qualities you see in a parent, which would mean that Oedipus is trying to put himself in the position of a parent. In such a tragic time the play takes place in, during a plague, where their city is described as “reeking with the…
simple. The road that he chooses to take is the road that determines his path in life. In the poem he is walking on an actual road but it is also a figurative road. He is faced with a decision, to take one road or to take the other road. One of the roads is less traveled than the other road which may be why the decision is so hard. The setting in the poem is in the forest. “The Road Not Taken” uses actual and figurative roads, devices and tones for the reader to understand the meaning of the poem.
order to help him self and committing evil deeds start becoming flawless to execute. Hence, leading himself to compose in-accurate judgements generating unclear decisions and this welcomes his downfall.
Macbeth uses unreliable information, listened to the wrong sources and let his unreasonable passion get in the way of making clear mental decisions of character and judgement. Before Macbeth makes his life changing event which is assassinating King Duncan, he starts to list reasons not to. Macbeth…
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Limited ability to clearly identify the problem/opportunity and its various components/variables.
Correctly identifies problem/opportunity but certain key components/variables remain unclear or omitted.
Correctly and precisely identifies and describes the problem/opportunity including the majority - but not all - of its key components/variables. . A
Comprehensively and clearly identifies and describes the problem/opportunity including…
Chapter 1 HW
1. Decision analysis is evaluating numerous possible courses of action and choosing the best course of action. One of the most effective ways to analysis and evaluate decision alternatives involves using electronic spreadsheets to build computer models of the decision problems faced.
2. Computer modeling is a set of mathematical relationships and logical assumptions implemented in a computer as a representation of some real-world decision problems or phenomenon.…
making decisions about their healthcare options is also important, but only when they ask for it. Therefore, promoting independence among patients seems to be the only key to effective decision making. I believe this is the only way I can help my patients feel appreciated. As a student nurse, the best way to facilitate this would be to listen attentively to what the patient has to say, but not make the decision for them. Where possible, I can explain all the details the patient is unclear about,…
powerful discussion over whether or not Jig will get an abortion. At the end of the story, the train is about to arrive and the man carries the baggage to the tracks as they get ready to depart. The outcome at the ending of the story is unclear regarding her decision. Her happiness is a central theme of the story, but we are left wondering if she under goes the operation.
Of the many symbols from the story, I feel that the main three are the hills, white elephants, and the railroad station. The…
good listener and effective. In my opinion, a decisive boss is a person, who comes up
with a decision quickly and correctly. In order to make workers’ confidence and orient
ability in dealing with problems, a good boss should be a decision-makers whenever the
company has problems. For example, when there is any problem, the decisive boss
does not let workers wait for the boss’ decisions. In addition, a good listener boss
always brings a comfortable working environment to workers…
is considered to be ‘conservative’ and follows the set rules rather than developing common law. On the other hand, Dynamism is when the judge looks beyond the specific set rules and interprets statute with regards to various aspects and provides a decision that is reasoned ‘fair and just’.
The importance of the formalist approach is to recognise parliamentary sovereignty. However, Kirby J in the case of Carr v WA and Kelly v R approaches the statute in a way that is seen as more dynamic. Kirby often…
Issue: Semantic Problems
Reasons: unclear message, mixed signals, mixed body language
What are some other reasons?
Impact: misunderstanding, loss of productivity and time, confusion
Improvements: Use concise and clear message, understand that people interpret things differently, clarify
What else can be done to improve Semantic problems in communication?
Issue: Physical Distractions
Reasons: unplanned meeting or call, unclear objective, uncomfortable environment, lack…