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Roles and Responsibilities paper

A 1,050- to 1,400-word paper in which you describe the roles and responsibilities of security and safety personnel in protecting organizations’ health, welfare, and assets. Include the benefits of using safety and security officers in industrial settings and explain the interaction and cooperation between security and safety professionals.

APA format. Introduction and conclusion plus reference page.


Chesley Burnett “Sully” Sullenberger III is an American retired airline captain. He is best known for his role in a 2009 forced water landing of US Airways Flight 1549 in the Hudson River off Manhattan after both engines were disabled by a bird strike; all 155 people aboard survived.

Assignment Instructions:

Note: Ethical Leadership Videos does NOT follow the same structure as threaded discussions.  These reflections are brief (10 Course Points) based on your own thoughts.

Watch this short video of Capt. Sully.  Upon completion, submit your own reflections (one paragraph) on the following:

1) How does this video demonstrate Capt. Sully as an example of an ethical leader?
2) Discuss your own reflections and insights based on your understanding of what ethical leadership is.

Kevin Durant social media analysis report

Working individually, students are required to research and analyze a company or brands use of social media. In approximately 1000 words (not including references) students will craft a polished business report that demonstrates their ability to understand the use of social media for the following purposes.

Raise awareness
Influence desire
Encourage trial
Facilitate purchase
Create loyalty

Brand selected: Kevin Durant

Environment Project

Discussing environmental issues often generates a spectrum of responses, including
anger, apathy, frustration, and hopelessness. While these all of these feelings are valid, they
aren’t very productive in areas that require strategies for problem solving and critical
thinking. So this assignment invites you to explore additional responses we don’t always
associate with environmental research writing: hope, inspiration, innovation, and possibilities
for change.
In this three-part project, you’ll be encouraged to explore a current environmental issue,
and find a way to navigate the sense of overwhelm and pessimism that often arise from such
an exploration by focusing on examples of progress and positive change. You’ll also be asked
critically evaluate the credibility of your sources, and respond to at least one source that is in
opposition to your perspective.
To complete this project successfully, you’ll have to exercise critical thinking skills and
act as an advocate for the protection of a specific part of the environment, including land,
water, air, wild animals (not domestic farm animals), or any natural habitat. I’ll ask you to
utilize the model of the Aristotle’s Classical Argument (see below), and explore opposing
arguments, expose logical fallacies (and sometimes, fake news), and together we’ll address
the concept of bias

#3 threaded discussion

The Leader’s Character

In Chapter 3, the textbook author Craig Johnson discusses important virtues for leaders (courage, grit, temperance, wisdom and prudence, justice, optimism, integrity, humility, and compassion). Describe someone who you consider to be an exemplary leader using at least three of these virtues listed in the text. Describe your experience with this leader and the context (employment – Seaview golf resort hotel). How did the leader demonstrate these virtues and make her/him more sensitive to ethical issues? What did you learn about the character from this individual? Did your experience with this leader impact your own character development? If so, how? What did you learn about yourself from your experience with leader?
Include references to your readings in the text citing page numbers as it relates to your initial discussion. please use as a reference chapter 3 and the book i attached.


The following must be included:
1. Executive Summary (a paragraph summarizing the topic)
2. Table of contents (not included in page total)
3. Introduction to the disease 
4. Pathophysiology (natural history)
5. Epidemiology (this should be the largest section and should state who, what, where, 
6. Treatment
7. Prevention
8. Summary
9. References (not included in page total)
10. Appendices (not included in page total) Tables, figures, and diagrams do not count against the page limit.

** the paper should have section headings and subheadings as appropriate
** 6-8 references
** 1.5 spaced

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

Principles of Management

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). Go to Answer the following questions:

1. Which areas does Starbucks target as important parts of its social responsibility?

2. Why do you think this company has chosen these areas?

3. How do these CSR objectives differ from other coffee chains that you’re familiar with?

Low emissions fuel

On pages 8182 in The Curious Researcher: A Guide to Writing Research Papers, read through Steps 1 and 2, and
answer the questions shown there in paragraph format: one paragraph for Step 1, and one paragraph for Step 2. Each
paragraph should consist of at least 50 words. Engage in some critical thinking skills here. Is any information missing in
these facts? How many people were asked? Who was asked? What was the definition of attractive for each of the studys
participants? How reliable is the magazine?
Next, write a similar paragraph based on a fact contained in one of the sources you will be using in your final paper. This
paragraph must also be at least 50 words in length. Remember to use in-text citations using APA format if necessary.
1.What are some reasons one would quote a source as he or she is taking notes? About how much of a paper should consist of quoted material? How does one retain a strong presence in one’s work even when using the words of others?

Your response must be at least 100 words in length.

2.What is considered plagiarism, and why is plagiarism so detrimental to one’s career and character? Locate the Waldorf University plagiarism policy located in the Waldorf University student portal. Describe exactly what Waldorf considers to be plagiarism as well as the penalties involved when students are found to have committed plagiarism.

Your response must be at least 200 words in length.

3.Choose a note taking strategy, and use it to take notes from one of the sources you will be using for your research paper. Suggestion: First create this in a Word document, and copy and paste it into the answer space to help reduce any formatting issues.

Your response must be at least 200 words in length

4.Choose one of the sources you have already located for your research paper, and compose a full paraphrase of that source. In addition, summarize the source using at least three to four sentences.

Your response must be at least 200 words in length.

6145 W2 DB

Please strive to completely answer each of these question elements:

a.  From your personal research – pls outline what is the key differences between a Project and a Global Project?

b. What factors or elements may have facilitated the exponential growth of global Projects in today’s integrated global economy?

c.  Pls name and describe the several types of global projects that can exist?

d. How would the roles & responsibilities and competencies of an effective project manager change for a global or multicultural project?  (looking more for your analysis than a book answer).

E. How does the VUCA concept (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex & Ambiguous) impact a global project?  Pls give me specific examples.

organizational culture

Collect information about the founder of H&M(the clothing company). Then answer this in your post:

1. What is the founder’s name?

2. What was the founder’s vision when creating their business?

3. Does the founder still influence the culture of the organization? Why and/or how?

Note: Cite your sources, no matter where you get your information from.

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