Its a joke individualism has become an excuse for

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surgery can allow you to just be you! It’s a joke, Individualism has become an excuse for forcing or pushing others to change who they are into who society wants them to be all under the disguise of being you. Masculinity, women can do ALMOST anything a man can do, as fare as smarts or business they can do anything we can do each individual will have their strengths and weaknesses, but combat for example I know I can carry a 225lb man and his gear and mine for a certain distance, but a 130lb woman can not carry 225lb man plus both their gear they just can’t and there’s nothing sexist about that. Now there are women that can, but as a norm and as common ability they can’t. America is slowly coming out of this sexist idea that women are inferior to men. Uncertainty Avoidance, I’m pretty close with this as well only because I feel its important to know, Knowledge is power. I think in the work place people need a good guideline to follow and should be rated according to that guideline. It wouldn’t make since to have two employees that do the same great job but both of them have to wonder if they are getting a raise or fired, why do that? Long Term Orientation, as I mentioned before above; “I’m a planner and I plan for the future, short term loses are ok if they prove beneficial for the future gain. I also know that todays hard work will allow for tomorrows relaxation, I want my money to work for me and not the other way around.” Most Americans live in the moment and fail to plan ahead but not me, I used to be like this but I learned it’s a bad idea and I changed.
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DELETED DUE TO TURN IT IN REPORT 12 Insights gained form the course thus far I would say that mostly it built more on the foundation I had already had built. If a person, leader, or company wants to succeed in today diverse environment, they need to understand how to relate and progress with diverse cultural differences. My scores: Deleted due to Turnitin report.
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DELETED DUE TO TURN IT IN REPORT 13 The SLP for this module involves a self-assessment on ethics. Begin by completing this interactive ethics assessment . Then, in your weekly journal, reflect on the following questions: 1. What was your score on this assessment? 47/50 2. What did the feedback following the assessment reveal about your patterns of ethical decision making? First off I know there’s no 100% correct answers, but I missed two questions, the first one below I feel my response is the better answer. The survey wanted me to Call Human resources, the Legal Department, or the Ethics office directly. My problem with this answer is that if I were to do this and the woman who told me about the harassment decided not to tell on the person, I would be making a claim about an event I had no evidence of and now the woman will act as if it never happened. Also, if the woman told me in confidence then now that confidence has been ruined and she may never trust anyone again to tell her problems to in fear they would go blabbing it off to the world. I
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