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Supervision - The salesman's job often requires to produce innovative solutions to non routine problems every day sales team have to face the different and challenging customer as there were many other brands for the same medicine therefore, sales person have to try utmost to convince to prefer the brand for medicine and accomplish sales target. Every sales jobs of course, demand more innovativeness than others sales person should be very clear about his product its efficiency and effectiveness must have know how Though the demand for innovativeness is inherent in the job, the impact of that demand on the salesman's well-being and performance is influenced by company policies and management actions....   [tags: Business, Supervision, Routine Problems] 1332 words
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Community Supervision of Law Violators vs. Incarceration - Community supervision of law violators can achieve similar advantages and prevent the disadvantages of incarceration. There are both advantages and disadvantages to community corrections and incarceration. I support community corrections because I believe it has more positives outcomes and less negative effects than incarceration. Community corrections have more advantages over incarceration and fewer disadvantages. Incarcerating people isn’t working that well and the biggest reason is the overcrowding of prisons....   [tags: Community supervision, criminals, criminal justice] 1231 words
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Supervision - Supervision Final Paper Leave it to a physical education teacher to say this, but, being a school administrator is based on teamwork, no one individual can run an entire school. To me, the idea of creating a collaborative culture simply means getting your staff, students, parents and community on board with your philosophy. Since the buck stops with the principal, it is important for his/her staff to be on the same page. In order for a principal to foster this kind of environment, they would have to utilize a variety of supervisory styles and techniques....   [tags: essays research papers] 1799 words
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Supervision Theory - Why is a supervision theory basis necessary. How does an effective leader bridge theory to practice. Supervision involves having other people do work through delegation of duties. This requires that the people to whom work has been delegated be trusted and respected. There needs to be confidence between the employees and the supervisor. To compete effectively and achieve success companies usually rely on the involvement of their employees and must nurture their employees and encourage their initiative....   [tags: Business Management ]
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Electronic Supervision - Electronic Supervision Nowadays, there is no more need to speak with a low voice when doing a private call in order to avoid your colleagues from hearing what you say, as anyway, your telephone conversation could be recorded. It is really easy, as well, for a company to be able to see where you are in the company and when, using electronic bagging systems each time you enter an office or a new part of the building or even simpler, using video recordings. Your computer files are never 100% safe if they are saved on a server....   [tags: Papers] 978 words
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Teacher Selection, Supervision, and Evaluation - Personnel selection, supervision, and evaluation are significant factors in employing the right person for the right job. Teachers are no exception. In fact, the task of hiring quality teachers is vast given the implication that a school must adhere to the decision permanently with little recourse to alter the choice of the selected candidate. While discovering a perfect formula would be ideal, many variables exist in each process. While every school aspires to hire top educators, efficiently supervise teachers, and effectively evaluate them, obstacles can impede success when high-quality teachers are not in the classroom, which negatively impacts student achievement....   [tags: Education, teaching]
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Probation Supervision: Case Management & Effectivness - In the state of Florida in the year of 2008- 2009 there was a total of 100, 619 offenders who were admitted onto probation and 64.2% of them were released off of probation being successful. Probation supervision is provided to adults offenders who have been sentenced to some type of supervision. While on this supervision the probation officer is to refer the offender to community resources for things they need help with such as a job, some kind of treatment, maybe even drug test for supervise substance abuse, or even using an electronic monitor to know the offenders location....   [tags: Criminal Justice ] 1706 words
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The Components of Meaningful Supervision and Evaluation of Educators - Traditionally, education has lagged behind other industries in innovation and accountability. This axiom, evident in casual observation and corroborated by formal research efforts, has stigmatized professional educators like teachers, principles, and superintendents for decades. Albeit slowly, within the past 25 years, major and sweeping changes have affected the educational consortium and, more specifically, the manner in which administrators supervise and evaluate; one may trace this quarter-century sea change to the “A Nation at Risk” report....   [tags: Education, teaching]
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Parental Supervision and Adolescent Drinking Behavior - I. Hypothesis. The purpose of this research is to find out if parental supervision has an influence in adolescents’ drinking behavior. II. Literature Review. Research suggests that parents play an important role in the lives of children. Some of these parents have a negative or positive influence on the lives of the children. Shin, Edwards, Heeren, & Amodeo (2009) stated that in the United Stated nearly 3.3 million referrals were made to state and local child protective services (CPS) for assessment or investigation in 2006....   [tags: Adolescent Behavior]
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Effective communication and its importance to supervision - Effective Communication and its Importance to Supervision Communication can often be overlooked and good communication skills can be easily assumed. If there is a lack of effective communication within an organization it can potentially affect every process. Every aspect and function of an organization relies on communication in some form. A supervisor must realize that only by ensuring effective communication can they have the proper expectations from their employees. Employees must receive adequate instruction, understand what their responsibility contains, and never feel as if they cannot talk to their supervisor....   [tags: Business Management]
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Priority List for Implementing Supervision Instructional Strategies - The instructional leader must be skillful, effective, and flexible with all instructional supervision strategies. An enlightened leader provides constructive feedbacks that improve instruction, and ultimately, student performance; and leads a team of educators to reach their highest potential. Based on my study of the different strategies, the following is the order of my priority: Critical Friends Group, Standards-Based Walk-Through, Peer Coaching, Mentoring, Peer Assessment, Clinical Supervision, Portfolio Assessment, and Action Research....   [tags: Education]
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Children Should Not Use The Internet Without Their Parents' Supervision - Children should not use the Internet without their Parents' Supervision Internet is a network that virtually connects computers around the world. It has an address network which makes communication possible between the computers. It is an open phone line and an open television channel to millions of people around the world who can communicate anonymously (Palmer, 2006). People use it to exchange files and e-mails, to surf the World Wide Web, to download songs or other types of files, to take part of discussion boards, and to send instant messages....   [tags: Child Development] 1971 words
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Lost in Cyberspace - ... Sleep deprivation can include(but are not limited to) many things such as depression and bad grades. Sleep deprivation goes hand in hand with depression. An annual meeting of sleep researchers showed that 30% of excessively tired students had strong symptoms of depression, while 32% had some symptoms of depression (Harding 1). Daytime sleepiness is a symptom of depression, which can be caused by lack of sleep due to excessive social media use at night time. Furthermore, sleep deprivation from too much unsupervised time on the internet can cause poor academic performance....   [tags: Parent Supervision, Social Media]
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The Negative Effects of Media on Society - Children are exposed to the negative effects of the media every day. Shows such as Bad Girls’ Club and Real World serve as poor role models for young people. There are many steps parents and guardians can take to lessen or completely stop the influence. Parents and guardians should offer children proper supervision, plenty of play, and education to shield them from the negative effects of the media. A very effective way to keep children from the negative influences of the media is to properly supervise....   [tags: Television, Video Games, Supervision] 1020 words
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Time Managment - ... With that in mind, Farrant states, “If people know they can lean on you to solve problems, they keep on leaning!” However, the next type of interruption, emails, does not even require that the person waits for the supervisor to come into work. In the article, “time management training: a waste of time,” Markovitz states: The fact is, time management training is stunningly ineffective…What happens is this: after learning the fundamental principles of time management, participants go back to their natural habitat with new tools, high hopes, and grand intentions…and promptly get steamrolled by their emails…The ship of time management ideas runs aground on the rocks of their reality-generally, the unforgiving email inbox....   [tags: supervision, managers, planning]
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Corporate Invasion and Public Supervision - ... Are we experiencing the Gilded Age again or maybe the early times of Greece. Where it only gilds and booms for those who already possess it, while many are left with cookie cutter jobs of uncertainty. Wall Street is just fine while the citizens around the U.S. suffer trying to reach the surface. Just to name some who benefit quite a bit from loop holing “taxes”, Microsoft, Apple, AT&T, Google, Motorola, Hewlett Packard, J.P. Morgan Chase, Starbucks, Facebook, and the list goes on of the services consumers use daily (Gongloff)....   [tags: PRISM system, communication, technology]
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Watchful Government in George Orwell's 1984 - Watchful Government in George Orwell's 1984 No one likes being overly supervised and watched. Whether it is a teenager with protective parents or an adult in the workplace with an ever-watching boss the feeling of continuously being watched is unnerving. Throughout history the levels of government supervision have fluctuated from lows to extremes but sometimes the future seems to hold even more watchful governments. These were the feelings when George Orwell wrote the novel 1984. George Orwell showed a world without the freedoms that citizens in the United States live with every day....   [tags: Supervision 1984 Orwell Essays] 921 words
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Dr. House - ... Most employees would choose to work for a supervisor or manager that is moving around and checking up on their employees, rather than a person hiding behind a desk the whole day delegating work through a phone, calling employees to the office for instruction, or intercom. In the show, Dr. House is rarely sitting in his office during the day. He is in and out of hospital rooms checking up on doctors, nurses, and patients. As I explained before, he has some bizarre and questionable techniques, but he has a better understanding of the situation in each room to make these decisions....   [tags: analysis, effective supervision technique]
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The Negative Effects of the Modern Mom - ... Now that the role of a mother is trying to change, our physical bodies must learn to adapt, something that is clearly more challenging than expected. As women shift their role in society, the increased amount of stress that results from their balancing act causes several health problems, including burnouts. When we look at mothers, we must also realize the impact that their decisions have on the children involved. One of the most important aspects of being a parent is thinking not only of personal needs, but also the needs of one’s children, who become the new focus of the parents’ lives....   [tags: Western Culture, Adult Supervision]
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Supervising Sex Offenders in the Community - There are many different strategies available to community corrections officials to best supervise individual sex offenders with different needs in the community. Each offender is an individual and requires personalized types of supervision as well as different treatments. Electronic monitoring has allowed for community corrections officials to monitor sex offenders in the community with personalized supervision plans. Near-real time monitoring of high risk offenders has been made available with active GPS while lower risk offenders are supervised with passive GPS....   [tags: Sex Crimes]
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The Art of Supervising - Since the beginning of time there have been people who are leaders and there are those that choose to be followers. As an effective leader, one must possess certain traits and skills that include knowing how to motivate others to accomplish a task. This assignment will discuss the role of a supervisor in the multicultural society of today and the three traits needed to become an effective manager. This assignment will include the relationship between managers, supervisors, and employees and how these relationships assist in guiding organizations in achieving their maximum potential and the importance of finding the right employee to meet those goals....   [tags: Business Management]
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Juvenile Stats On Crime - 40% of all residential burglary charges filed in 1997 were committed by juveniles -- up from 9% in 1996. 28% of all non-residential burglary charges filed in 1997 were committed by juveniles -- up from 5% in 1996. 29% of all Residential Entry charges filed in 1997 were committed by juveniles -- up from 18% in 1996. 19% of all Theft charges and 18% of all Receiving Stolen Property charges filed in 1997 were committed by juveniles -- down from 22% (Theft) and up from 6% (Receiving) in 1996. 18% of all Auto Theft charges filed in 1997 were committed by juveniles -- up from 6% in 1996....   [tags: essays research papers] 686 words
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Performance Management Appraisal System - The execution performance management requires the participation of numerous players (Managers, supervisors, and subordinates). For the system to succeed and accepted, clear understanding about the system is needed for effective implementation. Supervision and explanation of performance appraisal system is very crucial element for performance. ‘‘Merely developing a model of the strategy does not ensure the strategy will be successful.’’ Othman (2008, p. 261). Clarifying goals and supervising regularly help to develop people, improve performance, and satisfaction....   [tags: Business Management]
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Intermediate Sanctions And Shock Probation - Community correction is a term that refers to everything ranging from diversion before the trial to the punishments that follows after the trial. This refers to any way ranging to non imprisonment yet supervised ways used to deal with criminal offenders who are facing conviction or who has been convicted. (Beck et al., 2001). Probation as well as parole are the two most commonly way of dealing with the offenders though there are many ways such as being confined at home, electronic surveillance, day fines, community service shock probation and residential community supervision to mention but a few....   [tags: Criminal Justice] 2193 words
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How My Theory Has Changed - v. ___ a two or three page paper describing how the Associate Supervisor’s thinking has evolved in relation to the approved supervisory theories. Attach the original preface of those papers In this paper I will briefly present several enhancements to my supervisory theory as it has evolved over the last several years. Learning continues to be fun for me. I will share what I’ve been learning related to my theory of supervision through my experience and study. Process theology continues to be the anchor for my theological understanding....   [tags: Reflection] 1538 words
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Pre-Empting Liability in the School System - In today’s society many school officials are being sued in the court of law. It is very important for educators and administrators to understand the legal duties and responsibilities they face. School is to be a safe place for parents to send their children and it is the duty of the teachers, administrators, and personnel to make sure this happen. Many liability issues deals with school safety, unintentional torts, liability and negligence, supervision duties, FERPA, and student record confidentiality....   [tags: law, education]
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How My Theory Has Changed - In this paper I will briefly present several enhancements to my supervisory theory as it has evolved over the last several years. I will share what I’ve been learning related to my theory of supervision through my experience of supervision, study, consultation, and continuing education. Process theology continues to be the anchor for my theological understanding. The events in my religious denomination, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, surrounding the ordination of gay and lesbian clergy in committed relationships (of which I am one) have brought me to a greater appreciation for what it means to be from the reformed tradition....   [tags: Reflection Paper] 1612 words
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Self as a Supervisor - I would like to start this self-evaluation by first giving a simple definition of supervision. I found two definitions that I feel describe supervision in a way that helps me to keep some important goals in mind. First, according to Brashears (1995) supervision is an opportunity for the supervisor to use this unique relationship as a process to enable other social workers to practice to the best of their abilities. The second definition I found was from Tsui (2005). which states that supervision is used to ensure clients receive maximum services, limit inappropriate staff responses to clients, enables workers to deliver more effective care, address concerns, receive feedback, maintain standards, review interventions, provide critical analysis, and maintain standards of professional performance....   [tags: Business Administration] 1951 words
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Rehabilitation - Walker cites the National Academy of Sciences stating that rehabilitation is “any planned intervention that reduces an offender’s further criminal activity (Walker 251).” Walker breaks down rehabilitation models into two groups, the new and the old groups. The new groups that Walker suggests may have some positive hope are reentry programs, and drug courts. The old groups include probation, parole, and other reintegration programs. Worrall has a similar definition of rehabilitation, stating that “rehabilitation consist of a planned intervention intended to change behavior (Worrall 40)....   [tags: Legal Issues, Drug Courts, Probation] 847 words
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Document Analysis: Duty of Care Policy for Students (Western Australia) - Introduction The Duty of Care for Students Policy Western Australia (The Policy) is an important document which outlines the responsibilities of everyone who has contact with children in schools and their level of care. It outlines the various situations in which the policy applies and who is governed by the policy. It gives clear guidelines for actions to be taken under specific circumstances and covers the liabilities should a student come to harm. This document analysis will outline the rationale behind the writing of the Policy, the issues covered, its importance and who is subject to its requirements....   [tags: Education]
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Ethical Issues in Group Work - ... One of the most important facets of training for group workers, just as training for other clinicians, is supervision; supervision should be by an experienced group therapist. Supervision in group work is a great way to learn by watching and partaking in a group session. Generally group worker supervision is based on the one-to-one model but it would be better suited if group supervision was used. I really agree with this because it just seems logical to me, if you are in training specifically for group work, then wouldn’t it make sense to get supervised in group sessions instead of one-on-one....   [tags: Group Therapy, Screening]
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Duty of Care For Students - A. Introduction Children are at risk of injuring themselves at any time. Parents have different expectations of teachers as a professional than that of themselves when caring for their own children. When forcing parents to put their children in school by law at the age of six years and six months (Department of Education Western Australia, 2011), the Department must implement a Duty of Care to help protect Teachers and the children that are in their care. These expectations or breaches of; can result in injuries or legal proceedings....   [tags: Education]
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The Effect of Recent Financial Crisis and Regulatory Implications in Asia - Abstract The essay is a critique about the effect of financial crisis in Asia and its implications on macroeconomic perspective. The first theme of financial crisis is about financial regulation and supervision. The main issues in this concept are related to impact of crisis in East Asia. The down turn in Asia was larger than expected in the history of Asia and this resulted to various implications on individual and institutional level. Another area of concern is the implication of the recent financial crisis in the banking sector and stock market....   [tags: Economics ]
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The Roles And Responsibilities of A Nurse - The nursing profession has changed drastically over time. The roles and responsibilities that nurses take on have increased and become far more complicated. Nurses are managers, leaders, supervisors and have become experts in many areas of care. Every day nurses are faced with the task of improving and strengthening professional leadership within their work environment. Managing good quality and eliminating risk is the major challenge in health care. All members of the team must work together to accomplish outstanding patient care....   [tags: nursing]
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Playground Safety - Kids love to play outside with their outdoor toys, because that is their job. The job of the parents is to ensure that diligent attention is paid to the children at play. The National Program for Playground Safety has reported that inadequate supervision contributed to about 40 percent of all playground injuries. Swing set safety guidelines have been developed to guide parents, childcare providers and school officials to the best measures to prevent accidents on playground equipment. In addition to supervision, the child should be instructed on how to play safely, and the caregiver should ensure that the child is wearing appropriate play clothes and sturdy shoes....   [tags: Children's Health] 480 words
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A Personal Model of Leadership - Introduction Through identification and ongoing assessment of her leadership style and ability this leader is able to develop and understand her own strengths and limitations in order to grow and develop into a more effective leader. The aim of this paper is to provide an overview of servant leadership, contingency, path-goal styles leadership to gain an understanding of current leadership models, identify this author’s style of leadership and explore why leadership is important to organizations, society and this author....   [tags: Leadership ]
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Jail Diversion Programs - Managing case assignments allows for the offender to have the best opportunities for reintegration into the community as well as for the criminal justice system to successfully supervise the offender. There exist 4 different case assignment models that are used most frequently to provide the offender with his or her most basic needs and services. The first caseload assignment model is the conventional model. The conventional model uses an unsystematic method to assign offenders to community supervision officers....   [tags: Criminal Justice] 1571 words
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Lord Of The Flies Theme Paper - LORD OF THE FLIES THEME PAPER Here invisible yet strong, was the taboo of the old life. Round the squatting child was the protection if parents and school and policemen and the law. (pg.62). Lord of the Flies written by William Golding is a book showing that without restrictions (laws, rules) anything can happen. The world could be havoc if it was just kids and no parents. Let me ask you this if you were stranded on an island and you were 12 years old and there was no adults would you go wild....   [tags: essays research papers] 648 words
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Solving the Foreclosure Crisis - Currently, the United States of America is undergoing the worst housing crisis since the Great Depression which has resulted from the economic recession we are facing. Millions of home owners are in jeopardy, tens of thousands have already lost their homes. The problem that has arisen is very clear but there is no easy solution. Based on what I’ve seen and what I’ve learned I have come up with a number of potential solutions to the mortgage foreclosure crisis. To begin with, we must establish a bank moratorium, have the banks cover the financial basis during the moratorium, have them give back home equity, waive certain refinancing fees, extend first time buyer incentives, and to provide more oversight over banks....   [tags: Foreclosures, ] 1133 words
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Document Analysis of Duty of Care to Students - Introduction The term duty of care originates from common law practices and is the background to most school policies and procedures (Government of Western Australia Department of Education, 2007, p3). Teachers need to be aware of their obligation in relation to students left in their care and the Duty of Care Policy sets out to clearly state what a teachers and schools obligation are towards their students. The policy states what is considered to be reasonable care, how to assess the risk of a given activity, who is covered by the policy and how a teacher can discharge their duty of care....   [tags: Education]
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Criminal Justice Sex Offender Strategies - Community corrections professionals use strategies to monitor sex offenders. The main three general categories of supervision are statutory mandates, treatment, and electronic monitoring devices. Due to the fact that sex offenders are the hardest to supervise, there needs to be effective strategies. This group is the hardest to supervise because a sexual act can occur at anytime and anywhere in a quick timeframe. Statutory Mandates The laws and sanctions that sex offenders must adhere to while under some type of community supervision, be it low or high risk level of recidivism, is to keep the community safe....   [tags: Criminal Justice]
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Human Resource Management in Social Services - ... The main tool I use to evaluate is formal supervision. Having been a practice teacher has helped me to do this in a structured manner. Richards and Payne (1991) describe four main functions of supervision: Management Education Support Mediation If we are to remove one element then the process becomes potentially less satisfying to both the immediate parties - and less effective. This is similar to the functions highlighted in my agencies own supervision procedures. I have been given authority by the agency to oversee the work of the supervisee....   [tags: HRM for Social Workers]
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Leadership in Organizations - ... This is because leaders must consider appropriate measures in handling employee performance, and to counter emerging conflicts in the course of business operations. Also, it must be remembered that, business leaders can achieve impressive results, only if they embrace effective leadership in their respective organizations (Crawley and Graham 2002, p.12-44). Additionally, in a business establishment, a leader is supposed to interact with their subordinates and other organizational members, who in one way or the other assist the leader to attain organizational goals....   [tags: Human Nature, Management Techniques]
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Rehabilitation in the Community - ... They will be able to further their education and apply for jobs. They have some sort of understanding of the job they will be applying for. Furthermore, they will be able to interact with the community properly. The male facility provide programs such as; Adult Basic Education, Career Technical Education, Cal ID, Voluntary Education Program, Transition Programs, and Cognitive Behavioral program. The transition and cognitive program assist inmate with job search, planning, application, resumes, substance abuse treatment, criminal thinking, anger management, family relationships and interview (Prison Programs Unit, 2013)....   [tags: incarceration, california, inmates]
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Conavia and Ridgway Furniture Ltd - Option A: Conavia and Ridgway Furniture Ltd. Ridgway Furniture is a manufacturing organization that rapidly grew from a small scale operation to more than 700 people. Conavia is a rapidly changing consulting firm. This analysis will be an examination and comparison of the problems of structure, communication and motivation in these two organizations. STRUCTURE Organizational structure refers to the manner in which an organization divides its labour into tasks and how those tasks are coordinated....   [tags: Business Case Studies] 2111 words
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Intermediate Community Sanction: Home Confinement and Electronic Monitoring - Punishment has evolved from the days of waiting to be hung to the sophisticated prison systems of today. However prisons in the United States are crowded and costly and they are not always appropriate for all offenders, especially those that have committed minor offenses. In the last couple of decades new methods of punishment has been developed for the minor offender. These fall under the category of intermediate community sanction and consist of electronic monitoring and home confinement. These punishments have proven very useful in dealing with minor offenders, pretrial confinement and others in need of supervision....   [tags: criminal justice] 1576 words
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Duty of Care Policy in the Australian Education System - Introduction Duty of care is a legal concept originating from common law and is considered the driving force behind most school policies, guidelines and practices. Duty of care outlines the responsibility one must undertake to ensure that reasonable steps are in place to protect the safety or well-being of others. Within these parameters teachers must manage their classrooms and school activities, maintain order and discipline, and make every effort to understand their legal rights and those of their students, (Whitton et al, 2010)....   [tags: Australia, Australian schools]
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Models of Criminal Justice: Exploring the Probation System - Introduction There are three theories or models of criminal justice. The first one is the retributive theory while the second is the rehabilitative theory and the last is the restorative theory. The first basically concerns itself with the punishment of people by putting them in boot camps , in order to deter their ways. Such instills discipline and fear , which in turn reduces crime. The second one believes that working with these people change their ways reduce crime (The U .S . Penal System :Restorative and /or Retributive Justice ....   [tags: Criminal Justice, Law, parole] 1855 words
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Halfway Houses - If I were to tell you that a group of federal inmates guilty of a variety of crimes that included, embezzlement, drug manufacturing, child pornography, and murder were in your community, the average person would want to know where those criminals were located and shut that location down. In many cities across the United States, there are facilities that house these convicted inmates. The facilities are called halfway houses, and they were created to help an inmate that is released from prison transition into a community under supervision....   [tags: Criminal Justice] 1041 words
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Provision of Integrated Services - 3.2.4 Provision of integrated services. Provision of integrated services was noted as innovative. A situation analysis is done before conducting the integrated services to find out who are they, where are they located and why are not being immunized or being missed. The next step is the integration immunization services with other programmes such as, Malaria (Insecticide Treated Nets) Vitamin A and plump nuts provision to increasing coverage , access and demand for immunization services with more focusing on rural remote areas , urban slums and hard to reach areas ....   [tags: Health Care] 1652 words
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Juvenile Corrections - 1. What are five goals of juvenile corrections. How effectively are these goals achieved. The goals of juvenile corrections are too deter, rehabilitate and reintegrate, prevent, punish and reattribute, as well as isolate and control youth offenders and offenses. Each different goal comes with its own challenges. The goal of deterrence has its limits; because rules and former sanctions, as well anti-criminal modeling and reinforcement are met with young rebellious minds. Traditional counseling and diversion which are integral aspects of community corrections can sometimes be ineffective, and studies have shown that sometimes a natural self intervention can take place as the youth grows older; resulting in the youth outgrowing delinquency....   [tags: Criminal Justice] 1357 words
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Criminal Justice Fields - Criminal Justice has numerous avenues in which to follow so making the choice of what specific field to choose a difficult decision. This is not a choice that should be taken lightly nor in haste but one that should be contemplated and examined closely. I have done an enormous amount of research on many of the fields of criminal justice narrowing it down to three: Forensics, Probation/ Parole and Homeland Security. For me personally, these are the best three choices given their potential for being challenging....   [tags: Criminal Justice]
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Organizational Structure - 1) When considering an organizational structure as complex and varied as that of a criminal justice organization, one must examine the existence of conflicting goals. It is the ultimate goal of every organization to meet established and expected goals. This is a direct measure of that organizations effectiveness. However, when an agency has numerous and complex goals, is it desirable that these goals may conflict. Stojkovic et al., 2008 point out that organizations may seek to attain satisfactory levels of all of their goals, as opposed to attempting to entirely meeting every goal....   [tags: Business, Agencies, Legal Issues] 1091 words
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