The Art of Mentoring

The Art of Mentoring

Introduction:
According to Schemm, R.L. and Bross, T. (1995), the act of mentoring is defined as a process where a younger, fresher individual is paired with an older, more seasoned person for the purpose of attaining guidance and support. Mentoring is becoming increasingly prevalent in today’s work force, and becoming more of a necessity rather than a consideration. This is especially true for those in a more scholarly setting. It is likely that most, if not all, individuals will form one of these mentor-mentee relationships during some point in his or her professional career. There are several advantages, as well as possible disadvantages, to forming one of these relationships. When thinking of mentoring, a one on one mentor-mentee relationship usually comes to mind; however, multiple-mentor relationships make another valid option available. In any mentoring relationship, there does come a great deal of responsibility. Mentoring is a growing trend among working professionals; it has many benefits, and will help individuals achieve success, and provide a fulfilling role for the mentor.

Advantages:

Electronic Human Resource (e-HR)

Electronic Human Resource (e-HR)

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
Literature Review
Discussion and Analysis
Conclusion
References

Abstract

Modification and Invention Paper

Modification and Invention Paper
The document will concentrate on controlling modification at the office depending on a situation which was provided. The situation is depending on a main medical care company which has made a decision to modify as well as to utilize electronic medical files. The organization's workers are in opposition to modification, particularly modifications which have to use technology. The document will incorporate methods to control invention as well as modification. It will also incorporate why workers are in opposition to organizational modification. The final subject which will be dealt with is the parts human resources perform in controlling modification.

Strategies

Social Work Paper - Understanding the Diverse Group of Adolescent Homosexual Male Minorities: The Challenges of Working With People of All Backgrounds

Consider the following introduction of one of the most famous documents ever created in the United States of America; The Declaration of Independence. "When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.

Traveling by Land or by Sea – Which is Better? A Personal Preference

Traveling by Land or by Sea – Which is Better? A Personal Preference

When one decides to go to locations such as Alaska, Hawaii, Mexico, or Europe there is often the choice of traveling by land or by sea. In taking this type of vacation, one usually wants to visit numerous cities. Which method of travel is better?

Traveling by cruise ship can be quite luxurious. It is very relaxing to sit on the deck of a large ship, which has good stabilizers to avoid sea sickness and watch the ocean, land bodies, clouds, sky and other boats move slowly by. One huge plus is after flying or driving to the location of the ship, passengers board, are directed to their cabins by stewards, handed a drink or snack and left to unpack. On a cruise, passengers unpack and repack once only.

There is Philosophy in Child Development

There is Philosophy in Child Development

The famous 5th century, Athenian, Philosopher: Socrates stated "the unexamined life is not worth living." After taking the course Philosophy 115: Philosophy of Human Person I would explain the definition of “life” in a Philosophical sense as being a combination of philosophical ideas such as morality, respect, free-will and scientific issues. The study of philosophy is a very complex and complicated task.
There are so many different questions on many different topics and philosophy tries to explain them all. It tries to provide answers to the many questions that science and religion cannot explain. And from this it urges one to think about issues that may otherwise be ignored. Thus one must strive as Socrates states to examine life otherwise life is not worth living.

Cyber Bullying - The Clique of Friends Known as The Mean Girls

One type of cyber bullying is referred to as “Mean Girls” this may be a clique of friends (not necessary all girls) who decide it would be fun to publicly humiliate another person. There are several ways in which this humiliation occurs.

An embarrassing photo or video gets posted to a blog, Facebook page, or Youtube.

One member posts a negative IM (Instant Message) to all their friends who, in turn, post to all of their friends and so on.

A comment is made in a chat room or forum and then continues to feed by other members of the clique.

Neighborhood Watch Research Study

Neighborhood Watch Research Study

Abstract
This research paper is designed as a study and has been prepared at the request of the mayor to determine if the neighborhood watch program that has been implemented in a small suburb of a large metropolitan area has had any effect on the complaints received about suspicious behavior, deviant behavior and crime from within this area. It will explain, in detail, why the selected design was chosen. It will also explain how criminological theories support neighborhood watch programs. Hypotheses will be used to describe, in specific terms, what will happen in this study and what the operational concepts are.

Prosecution Argument - How Communities View Evidence and how They Can Indicate a Person's Responsibility for His or Her Crimes Through the Criminal Justice System

Prosecution Argument - How Communities View Evidence and how They Can Indicate a Person's Responsibility for His or Her Crimes Through the Criminal Justice System

Throughout history people have been known to commit crimes. As far back as the beginning they have found ways to have people follow rules in order to maintain safe environments within their community settings. Over the years people have changed, but they still commit crimes. The evolution of the way people think has made it possible for laws to be created to protect everyone in the community as well as to make people who do not follow the right path pay for their crimes. Every state has its own set of laws and courts, but they all serve a basic principle: everyone should live in a safe world without harming others. This paper discusses how communities view evidence and how they can indicate a person’s responsibility for his or her crimes through the criminal justice system.

Criminal Elements

Why Some Judges Are Still Living In The Stone Ages

Why Some Judges Are Still Living In The Stone Ages

Abstract: The recent decision of the Southport District Court, in the case of Petal v Drongo, was made against relevant legislation that is very clear in its meaning. It seems that two of the three judges took a subjective view of this case, and have taken it upon themselves to make their own law in regards to the statutes involved in this case. Gerard Snowdome, Senior Partner from Biggles, Farnsworth and Snowdome, argues that the decision in this case completely undermines the legislation involved and that the judges have made their own law in making their decision.

Introduction:

Comparing the Regulation of Genetically Modified Foods in the United States with Regulation in the European Union and Other Countries

Comparing the Regulation of Genetically Modified Foods in the United States with Regulation in the European Union and Other Countries

Table of Contents
Abstract
Background
Legal Issues
U.S. Regulation and Policy
Foreseeability
Patents
Cases Supporting the Legal Issues
Foreign Law
Benefits of Genetically Modified Foods
Risks from Genetically Modified Foods
Conclusion

Abstract
This paper compares the regulation of genetically modified foods in the United States with regulation in the European Union and other countries. The public policy of food safety in the U.S. is then analyzed to determine whether modifications more in line with other countries would be beneficial.

Background

Paper on the Understanding of Polygamy

Paper on the Understanding of Polygamy

To be able to argue against polygamy, each one of us has to be aware of what it means. Polygamy is to get married with more than one person. For women, having several husbands is called polyandry, and for men it is called polygyny. In Morocco, like any other Muslim country (except Tunisia) Polygamy is a legal concept. However, things have changed since 2004 because of the regulation that was altered due to many issues that family and children face because of polygamy. These changes were prescribed by the “Moudawana” in the family code which says that: a husband is not allowed to get married to a second wife unless he has the authorization of the first one as well as the authorization of the Justice of Morocco. The Moroccan government has to be sure that the husband is going to be capable of providing the need of his wives and children. Still, this law isn’t monitoring what is really happening inside their home: Are the children having the right education? Aren’t they going to be mentally disoriented by having to deal with a lot of people inside the house?

The Scope of Mental Health Practice - Historical and Current Views of What Constitutes Advanced Practice in Mental Health Nursing Set Against New Zealand Nursing Council Guidelines

The Scope of Mental Health Practice - Historical and Current Views of What Constitutes Advanced Practice in Mental Health Nursing Set Against New Zealand Nursing Council Guidelines

In the following discourse the scope of mental health practice will be explored. This will be set against historical and current views of what constitutes advanced practice in mental health nursing as set against New Zealand Nursing Council Guidelines.

In doing this it must be recognised that outlining these areas is a large subject and therefore not all will be discussed in depth. Throughout this essay definitions of nursing roles and what separates the novice practitioner from the expert will be explored. Once these have been established the remainder of the essay will reflect on the findings of an actual case dealt with in practice. Through this process it is hoped that the continued advancement of nursing practice can be demonstrated by the generation of new approaches to specific situations.

Reduction of Seclusion Episodes Within Psychiatric Services

Reduction of Seclusion Episodes Within Psychiatric Services

Reduction of seclusion episodes within psychiatric services has been a goal for many years (Tilley and Chambers 2005). There still continues to be a healthy debate on the subject. In this literature review there will be an exploration of issues regarding the subject. For the purpose of this search, Medline, PsychInfo, CINAL and PsyTri databases were utilized. Also, archive journal articles located within the Hillmorten research library. Throughout the majority of the literature reviewed, both physical and chemical restraint were themes. For this review they have been excluded.

More than 200 years have passed since French psychiatrist Philippe Pinel embarked on the course of unchaining the mental patients of La Salpetrière and Bicêtre. Today we are still using seclusion regularly in practice within psychiatry, despite supposed advances within the discipline (Busch 2005).

Baderman Island Resort Personality Profile and Reorganization

Baderman Island Resort Personality Profile and Reorganization

Many organizations usually go through a reorganization process in time. This usually occurs when significant changes are made to improve production, facilitate mergers or improve inter-office relationships. Team C has chosen Baderman Island Resort as its virtual organization. In the following paper the team will discuss the personality profile method that will be initiated in the reorganization of Baderman Island Resort.

Child Abuse in the Times We Live

Child Abuse in the Times We Live

“Children are suffering for a hidden epidemic of child abuse and neglect. While 3 million reports of child abuse are made every year in the US , expert estimate that the actual number of incidents of abuse and neglect is 3 times greater than report” (national child abuse statistics –http://Childhelp.org/resources/llearning-center/statistics). These statistics are staggering. These are only the statistics of the United Sates; the country that was once looked up to by other countries and was once highly praised. Children suffer many consequences’ that are not their own. They suffer the consequences of their offenders’ actions. It affects them, as they get older and makes it difficult to trust people throughout the rest of their life. Our economic crisis affects the children of America and their families.

Paper Writing Example Template

Paper Writing Example Template

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Marginalized Others in Hemingway's "The Killers"

Always use Times New Roman font , size 12 and double space the lines. Insert page numbers. Formal academic writing requires full sentences (subject and verb in every sentence). Do not use contractions (e.g. do not write "don't" instead of "do not"). This paragraph is shorter than an average one in a student paper, but we need to start a new one to make sure you know how it looks.
Body of your text: Indent the beginning of every paragraph using the ruler function in Word – drag the upper gray triangle inwards to 1cm (yes, the example below shows a slightly bigger margin):

The Cruelty of Children: Alden Nowlen’s Poem Child of Tabu

The Cruelty of Children: Alden Nowlen’s Poem Child of Tabu

Children can be so cruel. How often have we heard this sentiment expressed and there is the rare person who does not harbour some dark memory of personal experience with this kind of cruelty? Alden Nowlan’s poem “Child of Tabu” expresses this sentiment, but it goes a step farther. The poem not only reveals the cruelty that children can carry out, it explores the roots of this cruelty and finds them embedded in the culture and practice of the children’s parents and the world that these children have grown up in.

Nowlan captures the casual cruelty of children and the power they discover when they “pick” on another child. In the first stanza we are presented with an image of a child surrounded by taunting children who have “found” that they “could make him weep” (1). Nowlan captures the unity the children experience as they join together in cruelty by isolating a simple gesture, the “wink” the children share as they experience the thrill of the power their cruelty gives them. Nowlan’s simple language and unadorned images projects the starkness and simplicity of this familiar scene.

Probable Cause Article Summary

Probable Cause Article Summary

It can be argued with a reasonable degree of certainty that the rule of law surrounding the interpretation of actions by officers supporting probable cause and how effective the tactics are in lieu of criminal procedure are important in convicting criminals who break the law. Over the years much debates has surrounded the applicability of warrantless searches, warrantless search exceptions and what some human rights groups have argued blatantly disregard individual citizens right to guarantees outlined in the U.S. Constitution. This report will summarize an article from www.policemag.one that explores the reasons why warrantless searches are sometimes complicated by court ruling. The method of a warrantless search exception and how it became procedural law will also be revealed and summarized.

The Article: Understanding Probable Cause

How Different Nervous Systems in the Body Relate to Dancers

How Different Nervous Systems in the Body Relate to Dancers

The nervous system is very complex and consists of many different parts. In this essay I will look at the 4 main nervous systems, and any subsystems in the body. I will also look at how they relate to dancers.

Central Nervous System
The central nervous system consists of the brain and the spinal cord and is the control centre of the nervous system. It is made up of millions of neurones which communicate by sending electrical messages. The central nervous system mainly controls behaviour by processing the’ inputs’ or events that are happening and sending back appropriate ‘outputs’ . (Anissimov, Michael. 2010) This system is vital to dancers for example, how to react when a partner prepares to lift a dancer, the dancer needs to know how to react and how to move the body in order to complete the movement.
(Purchon, Nigel D. 2006) (Wikipedia.2010) (Anissimov, Michael. 2010) (Sanders, Dawn. 2010)

Peripheral Nervous System

Essay to Compare and Contrast the Physical and Settlement Geography Between United States and Canada by Using Google Earth

Essay to Compare and Contrast the Physical and Settlement Geography Between United States and Canada by Using Google Earth

By using Google Earth to learn Geography, it helps me to get more accurate data to analysis that geographical information about each specific location on the world. According to it, this essay is going to compare and contract the physical and settlement geography between United States and Canada.

How Globalization Influenced the Chinese Language Between 1960 to 2011

How Globalization Influenced the Chinese Language Between 1960 to 2011

As Giddens (1999) said ,globalization is not only economic but also political, technological and cultural. Influenced by the developments in systems of communication started from late1960s, culture exchange became increasingly frequent in the next 50 years. During this period, Chinese culture which has lasted for thousands of years is experiencing an extensive attack from western world. Chinese language, an essential part of Chinese culture has developed in a multi-cultural background for the first time. In this essay, I will discuss that the effects of globalization on the development of Chinese language from 1960 to 2011.

The Treatment Technique Known as Dry Needling

The Treatment Technique Known as Dry Needling

Savant Syndrome - A Gift or a Curse?

Savant Syndrome - A Gift or a Curse?

“I have been given the gift of solving complex engineering problems, but to pay for the gift I’m socially crippled”- John Robinson (Mechanical Engineer Savant).

I present that quote because I believe it speaks for everyone that has Savant Syndrome or is associated in any way with someone else who has it. Quotes like John’s are very similar to many quotes given by Savants during interviews or just randomly speaking to someone. I have been intrigued for some time with the study of Savant Syndrome and have been more interested when the majority of studies I see treat Savant’s as disabled people with “some random gift”. Through current studies I have discovered Savant Syndrome is not just simply genetic flaw, it can come out of nowhere and even be triggered by severe brain injury. To give an idea of how Autism affects the brain I included the actual brain scan of a person diagnosed with Autism. Autism is said to affect primarily the left side of the brain, which is exactly what this scan appears to show.

Methodology and Summaries

Concert Review of the Christian Band Haven Place

Concert Review of the Christian Band Haven Place

For my concert review I saw a local band called Haven Place. They are a Christian band that put on a free concert at my local church to spread their worship music.

How College Movies and TV Shows Can Be Harmful to the College Image - Citing Animal House, Van Wilder, Blue Mountain State, Accepted and Good Will Hunting

How College Movies and TV Shows Can Be Harmful to the College Image - Citing Animal House, Van Wilder, Blue Mountain State, Accepted and Good Will Hunting

Future of Juvenile Justice System Paper

Future of Juvenile Justice System Paper

Many aspects of the juvenile justice system work together to make sure that everything runs smoothly. Partnerships formed by law professionals, families, communities, and juvenile courts are very important to helping juvenile offenders turn their lives around. This report will examine the role community involvement, law enforcement, courts, and corrections are expected to play in the future of the Juvenile justice system. How important the private sector is as a support base for successful programs will also be revealed. Additionally, the role private agencies with incentives aimed at assisting state and local government with solid, well organized alternatives will be discussed.

Criminal Law Paper /Recent Supreme Court Case: Jackson v. Hobbs - Sentencing Requirements and Juveniles

Criminal Law Paper /Recent Supreme Court Case: Jackson v. Hobbs - Sentencing Requirements and Juveniles

Arguably, a model rehabilitated juvenile prisoner can be described by juvenile counselors as an ex-offender who comes out of prison with clear goals aimed at getting him/her ready to face the challenges of sustaining life as a productive citizen in our civilized society. In the past, the criminal justice system has employed some programs aimed at rehabilitating juvenile offenders allowing them to receive some form of educational incentives, vocational training, and psychological assessments. The aim was to assist them with obtaining some of the necessities they will need to pursue real life goals after prison.

A Review of Kelli Shiraldi’s Cyber Bullying: A Research Article Analysis

A Review of Kelli Shiraldi’s Cyber Bullying: A Research Article Analysis

It can be argued with a reasonable degree of certainty that the problems surrounding the birth of issue of cyber-bullying discussed in this Kelli Shirladi’s journal report brings attention to the problem in a manner that educates its readers. The problem addressed within the report proves instrumental in underscoring one’s own understanding of the seriousness of this issue. The author explores solutions clearly aimed at a combined effort to bring it under control. Arguably, most responsible citizens understand the role values play in decisions we make that impact ours and other people lives.

Criminal Justice Research Process & Terminology Paper

Criminal Justice Research Process & Terminology Paper

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