1. The transition from officer to supervisor is difficult and sometimes isolating. Discuss some issues that complicate the transition. I think some issues that complicate the transition is the fact that the officer had a personal relationship with his coworkers where they saw him as a peer. Due to that relationship, he previously acted and spoke without a filter. The officer now will have to deal with “things” from his past being brought up. Having more tenure officers passed by for the promotion also complicates the situation. Most people would imagine that an officer with more experience would be promoted first. However, they don’t stop to think that being a chief requires more than just experience.
In Energetics meets Generex negotiation, I was acting as a Chief Operating Officer (COO) for Energetics Corporation and my opponent and my classmate Chace Eskam was acting as a COO of Generex Corporation. In this deal, as a COO I was supposed to sell the Wind energy division of the Energetics to Generex. Energetics Corporation was in desperate need of cash due to bankruptcy. Another hurdle was that I could not sell three different locations of Wind plants individually. My company needed cash within three months with no additional terms added to this deal. My another best alternative was to sell all the assets of Wind Energy division to generate some cash if deal with Generex fails in this negotiation. Our negotiation went on for 15-20 minutes during class time and deal was set in $247 millions. My opponent Chace was very tough in this negotiation to deal. He was very prepared with facts and numbers before he came to the table. My opponent asked me lot questions such as the depreciation of the property, equipment’s life, taxes etc. After having lot of discussion we ultimately came to the conclusion that Generex will pay Energetics $247 million right away in cash to purchase Wind Energy division from Energetics.
Responsibilities of NCO Leadership is showing and leading by example. I failed to lead and show by example by not show up on time after lunch hours. During those times soldiers are showing up on time and looking for guidance and direction for the next task at hand for that day’s mission.
Across the nation, many states have begun to reassess their mental health policies and how they affect gun control. One state in particular is Maryland. In 2012, Maryland began a legislative task force to investigate the access of individuals with mental illness to regulated firearms (Maryland, 2013). Under current state law, access to firearms is denied to anyone who has been confined to a mental health facility for more than 30 consecutive days. The law also states that the individual must be determined to be dangerous to themselves or to others along with their mental illness in order to be denied access to firearms. The other question asked is what access law enforcement officers should have to mental health records. In an article by Gostlin (2011) he states “Successfully reducing firearms-related
Guns, Concealed Weapons and Dangerous Ordinance: Any person that has been convicted in the court of law of violating gun control ordinance, carring any conceal weapon, or possession of any dangerous ordinance may be disqualified. Any attempt to violate the law, statue or ordinance mentioned
You traveled to attend and actively participated in the APS Conference in Tan Tar A this year. You have attended CQI meetings as they are scheduled. Aaron, you have shown strength in working independently, without specific instruction, which is seen in your individual investigative process with each hotline. Aaron, you were instrumental in organizing an in-service on FAMIS screens which assists the team with obtaining additional knowledge and information on Reported Adults and Alleged Perpetrators. You have not independently completed any external or additional training to enhance professional development at this time. Aaron you continue to question current processes and policies while offering alternative solutions in order for the Division to accomplish its mission more effectively and efficiently. Aaron, you have met most and exceeded many of the established objectives for the job component Initiative.
Thank you for the detailed memo of 11/28/2016. I appreciate the opinions, and have weighed them against the report.
The California Department of Justice (DOJ) plans to amend various sections in the California Code of Regulations pertaining to purchasing firearms. The DOJ’s proposal will require future firearm purchasers to pass a “safe handling demonstration” in addition to the existing written exam. Customers will have to demonstrate that he or she can safely handle a long gun or handgun, which include guns with alternative designs. However, the DOJ stated that these regulations are “currently in effect as emergency regulations.”
However, these laws are modified frequently.” We were also given an explaination of what publications we can utilize to find particular firearms regulations in order to educate ourselves. Certain terminology was also broken down in a way that was quite easy to understand… One of the more important thing covered in my mind was the definition of what a prohibited person is. It was stated that a person could be prohibited from owning firearms for many reasons, including but not limited to Having been convicted in any court of a crime punishable by imprisonment for a term exceeding 1 year, Has been adjudicated as a mental defective or has been committed to a mental institution, Has been discharged from the armed Forces under dishonorable conditions, and Has been convicted of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence or where the underlying charge was one of domestic
Request your guidance and direction in responding to Mr. Hayden before the gatekeepers meeting on 12 Dec.
I discussed your case with our Quality Control Supervisor. When determining eligibility the state requires us to use the gross biweekly income and all other unearned income including 6 months of child support that's reported on the disbursement print out. Rent, Health Care cost and summer camp are not part of unearned income and cannot be considered when eligibility is being determined.
This is a verification to your prior announcement in reference to the recent modifications that will affect our company’s eligibility for Medicare/Medicaid reimbursement by state and federal agencies. I would like to thank you for your instructive letter and will address all concerns straightaway in order to fulfill the new congressional instruction.
The training team has recently learned that in WFC supervisors will be able to edit the schedule. This has raised several questions from the training team as to scheduling delegation and how it should be taught. Below are some of the questions we currently have and would appreciate any feedback you have for us.
It’s Vivian Pao, and on Monday morning, we briefly discussed the effectiveness of CLC and goal setting. I thought I’d send an email as an extension of that discussion and of the letter you received yesterday regarding Year 12 dissatisfaction.
I had the opportunity to interview Mr. Frank Baldwin, the Nurse Program Manager of the Gastroenterology Laboratory (GI Lab) at the Lyndon Baines Johnson General Hospital (LBJGH) to understand his role in managing a department and be able to receive valuable knowledge and relate it to practice. The LBJGH is a 207 licensed-bed hospital located in Houston, Texas (Harris Health System, n. d.a, para. 1). The hospital provides specialty and acute care services, neonatal care services, and Level III trauma center for the Harris County residents (Harris Health System, n. d.a, para. 1). In addition, the analyzation of the GI lab budget is included in this paper.