I am in major Human resources management and this is the final term paper for the ” Leading and Mana

I am in major Human resources management and this is the final term paper for the ” Leading and Managing People” course. It is 100% grade. So please try best to finish this paper, thanks a lot! I will upload the reading lists and course module. You need to look over and use the resources and theory from that. Assignment question: How can leaders affect peoples behaviour and performance in organisations? Discuss and critically evaluate from the perspective of one of the topics covered in the module. Illustrate your answer with business examples. Do not forget the examples. I choose the topic “Leading and Managing People in Organizational Change”. So How can leaders affect peoples behaviour and performance during Organizational Change… Essential reading: Nasil, S. and Sushil. 2011. Revisiting organizational change: Exploring the paradox of managing continuity and change. Journal of Change Management, Vol. 11, 2: 185-206. Tushman, M., Newman, W. and E. Romanelli 1986. Convergence and upheaval: Managing the unsteady pace of organizational revolution. California Management Review. 29, 1, Fall, pp. 29-44. Further reading: Leana, C.R. and Barry, B. 2000. Stability and change as simultaneous experiences in organizational life. Academy of Management Review, 25: 753-759. March, J.G. 1991. Exploitation and Exploration in Organizational Learning, Organization Science, Vol. 2, No. 1. O’Reilly, C.A. and Tushman, M.L. (2004). The ambidextrous organization, Harvard Business Review, April: 74-81. Piderit, S. K. (2000). Rethinking resistance and recognizing ambivalence: A multidimensional view of attitudes toward an organizational change. Academy of Management Review, 25(4), 783-7 94. Todnem By, R. (2005) Organizational change management: A critical review. Journal of Change Management, 5, 4: 369-380. Tripsas, M. & Gavetti, G. (2000). Capabilities, cognition and inertia: Evidence from digital imaging. Strategic Management Journal, 21: 1147-1161.

Essay. Define an “expert witness” and discuss whether there are any drawbacks to their use within th

Essay.
Define an “expert witness” and discuss whether there are any drawbacks to their use within the criminal justice system?
Please note: The reference must be in APA 6th edition.
Focus the essay on the introduction that (1) clarifies the topic and engages the reader and (2) outlines the structure of the essay in approximately two short to medium length paragraph.
Please see attached sources you must use please add more sources to make it up to ten.

Describe three examples of the types of play you observed using the Parten theory (6)

Describe three examples of the types of play you observed using the Parten theory (6)

Compare and contrast two Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) models from this week’s assigned readings. An

Compare and contrast two Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) models from this week’s assigned readings. Analyze both the strengths and the weaknesses of each model.

Directions: Create a sample system deployment plan that can be used for the system application you s

Directions: Create a sample system deployment plan that can be used for the system application you selected (Waiting Room Solutions, AllScripts, Practice Fusion). Not sure what a deployment plan is? You MUST search the web for examples. Here is one for California, sponsored by the US Department of Transportation. https://www.fhwa.dot.gov/cadiv/segb/views/document/sections/section8/8_4_10.cfm Remember these are the questions you need to answer:
1. Explain what resources are required to ensure the plan is successful.
2. Make sure to include information about which application functions are going to be used.
3. What type of healthcare setting is the system being implemented in?
4. State reasons why this particular application was chosen for this healthcare setting.
5. Determine the most appropriate approach for system deployment.
6. Describe risks involved in the system deployment (for example, costs, time, system failure).
7. Explain how the risks would be managed.
8. Explain potential challenges in pre- and post-implementation. This deployment plan should be about two to three pages in length and it should include any references that were used in 6th edition APA format.

Summarise the main points/theories from each reading separately into digestible pieces. example: – I

Summarise the main points/theories from each reading separately into digestible pieces. example: – Isaac, Jeffrey. 2017. ‘Communism, Post-Communism and Democracy,’ Perspectives on Politics 15(2): 317-324. – Ferguson, Kennan. 2016. ‘Why Does Political Science Hate Native Americans?’, Perspectives on Politics 14(4): 1029-1038. – Tickner, J. Ann. 2011. ‘Retelling IR’s Foundational Stories: Some Feminist and Postcolonial Perspectives,’ Global Change, Peace and Security 23(1): 5-13. – Karen Rasler , Eli Berman , David Laitin , Roxanne L. Euben , Ian Shapiro , Gilles Kepel, 2007. ‘Review Symposium: Understanding Suicide Terror’. Perspectives on Politics Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 117-140 – Sayer, Andrew. 1992. Method in Social Science: A Realist Approach, 2nd edition, ‘The relationship between subject and object’, pp. 14-24. – McGreal, Chris. 2015. ‘America’s poorest white town: abandoned by coal, swallowed by drugs,’ The Guardian 12 November. Available online at: https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2015/nov/12/beattyville-kentucky-and-americas-poorest-towns – Gaventa, John. 1982. ‘Power and Participation,’ chap. 1 in Power and Powerlessness: Quiescence and Rebellion in an Appalachian Valley (Urbana: University of Illinois Press), pp. 3-32. Available online at: https://novact.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/Power-and-Powerlessness-by.pdf – Interview with Thomas Frank, Bill Moyers. 2004. Online at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CHESAUYEho4 – Bartels, Larry. 2008. ‘Who’s bitter now?’ New York Times 17 April. Online at: https://www.nytimes.com/2008/04/17/opinion/17bartels.html – Noden, Kirk. 2016. ‘Why do white working class people vote against their interests? They don’t,’ The Nation November 17. Online at: https://www.thenation.com/article/why-do-white-working-class-people-vote-against-their-interests-they-dont/ – Balbus, Isaac. 1971. ‘The concept of interest in pluralist and marxism analysis,’ Politics and Society 1. Available online here: https://sci-hub.io/https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/003232927100100201 – Abrams, Philip. 1982. ‘Introduction: sociology as history,’ chap.1 in Historical Sociology (Ithaca: Cornell University Press), pp.1-17, esp. pp.8-16 ‘Making sense of social welfare’. – Wight, Colin. 2003. ‘The agent-structure problem and institutional racism,’ Political Studies 51: 706-721. – Brubaker, Rogers and Frederick Cooper. 2000. ‘Beyond “identity”‘, Theory and Society 29: 1-47. – Mair, Peter. 2006. ‘Ruling the Void’, New Left Review 42, pp. 25-51. – Wacquant, Loic. 2002. ‘From slavery to mass incarceration,’ New Left Review 13, pp. 41-60 – Doty, Roxanne. 1993. ‘Foreign Policy as Social Construction: A Post-Positivist Analysis of U.S. Counterinsurgency Policy in the Philippines,’ International Studies Quarterly 37: 297-320. – Lemay-Hbert, N. 2009. ‘State-building without nation-building? Legitimacy, state failure and the limits of the institutionalist approach,’ Journal of Intervention and State-building 3(1): 21-45.

The final essay must contain the following: APA title page An introductory paragraph APA level 1 hea

The final essay must contain the following:
APA title page
An introductory paragraph
APA level 1 headings that introduce each body paragraph
Three to four main body paragraphs that include topic sentences and transitional sentences
A conclusion paragraph
A variety of quoted and paraphrased source material that supports the main point of each body paragraph
o Direct quotes should contain fewer than 30 words
In-text citations
APA reference page at the end of the paper, including two sources
Paper must be written in third-person academic voice

Module Learning Outcomes 1. Demonstrate an awareness of UK working culture and practice 2. Evaluate

Module Learning Outcomes 1. Demonstrate an awareness of UK working culture and practice 2. Evaluate the skills required by global employers 3. Undertake a self-audit on employability to identify skills and competencies and, based on these audit findings, prepare a personal development plan 4. Critically reflect on their transferable skills and competencies and how these align with the skills required by employers Portfolio Assignment – 100 % of mark The assignment requires you to submit a portfolio comprising four sections. The portfolio is to be submitted as one MS Word file with a total word count of 2,000 words. The standard university 10% +/- margin applies Based upon your planned career and/or your course speciality: Element One (LO1) You have been offered a graduate trainee role in your specialty. Identify and evaluate three key areas of UK employment law that are a) likely to be found in an employment contract or statement of terms and conditions in the UK and how this is similar to or differs from a non-UK country, such as your home country or a third country. ?
Element Two (LO2) Identify and evaluate what you feel are the key skills required by global employers in your specific field of interest. Element Three (LO3) Prepare a skills audit based personal development plan, with particular emphasis on your key skills, main development needs and how you plan to address these needs. Element Four (LO4) Reflect on the match between your key skills and the key skills required by global employers in your specific field of interest. Criteria for Assessment This table details the weightings of the criteria by which your work will be assessed. Criteria Proportion of overall module mark Learning Outcome 1 (knowledge and understanding) 20% Learning Outcome 2 (knowledge and understanding) 20% Learning Outcome 3 (knowledge and understanding) 20% Learning Outcome 4 (knowledge and understanding) 20% Use of resources, research and referencing 10% Structure, style , language and presentation 10% Total: 100% The standard University 10% +/- margin applies. Please refer to the Rubric for further information on how work is assessed and graded. How to pass this module In order to pass this module, you need to:
Ensure that you have fully met all the learning outcomes and tasks as detailed in this Assignment Brief (if you do not meet one or more of the learning outcomes, you will not be able to pass)
Ensure that assignment meets academic standards for referencing, structure, spelling and grammar use.
Use the marking criteria to ensure you demonstrate key academic principles.
Submit all the work required through Turnitin by the given deadline Before you submit your coursework, we strongly recommended that you check to ensure you have answered all of the tasks and that you have met all of the Learning Outcomes.

1. What population is this condition typically found in? 2. How does the condition typically occur?

1. What population is this condition typically found in?
2. How does the condition typically occur? What is the etiology?
3. What anatomical structures are involved?
4. What medical interventions are required?
5. What precautions or contraindications must the PTA be aware of during the patients medical treatment and/or during recovery?
6. What is the typical time frame for patient full recovery OR how long following medical intervention until the patient is considered able to return to full functional abilities (or return to prior level of function)?

Provide specific examples from your own practicum experiences. Then, explain challenges counselors m

Provide specific examples from your own practicum experiences. Then, explain challenges counselors might encounter when using CBT in the family setting. Support your position with specific examples from this weeks media.