Think about the last time you needed to work in a small group. What was it you were supposed to do, a project, an activity, plan an event, solve a problem, etc.? Was the end result of your working together productive or unproductive? Why do you think this was so? Were you the leader of the group? If not, could you tell who the group leader was? How? Did the direction the group took in terms of completing the task align with how you thought the task should be completed? Why or why not?
I think all the aces and eights should gradually unmask with the exception of the leader who should leave his on for the time being. I can see the aces and eights being a cross between of the nexus with the thug like attitude crossed with the biker gimmick of the d.o.a. Personally I think they should be pushed for titles as they really have made an impact since bursting onto the TNA scene this year. Maybe give DOC and Devon a tag title run seeing as they are a cohesive unit and this should lead to a win and you're in sorta thing for DOC as hes a guy in training in the aces and eights. This should lead to him becoming a fully fledged member and having a patch on his jacket symbolizing his allegiance. Who thinks all of the aces should be unmasked with the exception of the group leader? It should kinda lead to a match as well where the leaders mask is on the line and the stipulation is that if the leader should unmask he would be demoted to a less important role in the group as the leader is not allowed to unmask in the group as it would harness their ruthless anonymity and would draft in a new masked leader that knows how to do the job and mean business. This would be a good idea as it would introduce more members into the group. Guys like The Harris Bros, Chuck Palumbo and Gene Snitsky. What do you guys think?
I have a group job interview for a kids day camp, and need something to teach the other people in the interview that I could teach to children. Would kids like a game, or learn how to do a song in sign language more? What games would be good. Something that can be done indoors, and not require props.
Group leader said he doesn't have time to babysit. Do they have to pay wages? If not can he collect workman's comp or unemployement?
I do a good job, i heal in time and no one dies.
Somehow though most group leaders tend to rage even though im doing my job healing and buffing them. They even complain without dying once throughout the whole dungeon. Whats up with that?
How do I introduce a new kind of curriculum to schools and prisons?
This program is a behavioral skills program like no other. It is now considered a therapy but upon going there I realized that the entire population should be able to utilize these skills. When I asked my group leaders why was this curriculum not implanted in schools and prisons across the world they said "because we wouldn't have jobs" which means really that they would no longer be paid $300 an hour.
Basically - this is a super beneficial program and I don't know how to go about doing this.
I am trying to start my taching career, and i see that alot of places require a CDA. Im not sure if i need one becausei have completed 60 hours, and that is equivalent to an associate's degree. I also wanted to know how to obtain a group leader credential. I have all the classes necessary, I just wasnt informed on how to obtain all these certifications.
I am being offered $1,800 to work as Group Leader at a camp for 8 weeks from 8:30am to 5pm Monday through Friday. Minimum wage in New York is $7.15. Which would mean for this amount of time my pay should be over $2,000. Why are camps allowed to pay so low? After i got the 1,800 would it still be taxed?
Does this sound like a fair deal to you?
I am 18 years old
This is for an energy project. Our group leader just had to pick wind, and I'm stuck with the cons. Please answer asap.
I want to work in a daycare but it seems like all daycares want you to be GLQ. What is the easiest, fastest, and cheapest way to get GLQ so I can start getting better paying jobs?
I have read about small Nazi groups whose job it was to travel country Europe in search of hiding Jews. What would these groups have been called, and what title would have the "head" of the group carried? Obviously I am talking about the Second World War.
I am applying to volunteer at a local hospital, and the application asks for a letter of recommendation. Who should I ask? What are they looking for in it? Should I ask a teacher (I'm in highschool) or a leader at church? How exactly do I ask them for it? This is my first time getting a recommendation letter, and I don't exactly know how to go about it.
My first thought of who to ask is an old youth group leader, but she is the person who told us about the volunteer thing in the first place,and... I dunno. It feels like it would be awkward to ask her. Help?
I believe we should get a whole new group of government leaders. It seems to be that the rich are definately getting richer and the poor are definately getting poorer.
Besides a pediatrician ,other jobs that include helping youth and children.I'm 17 & I'm interested in working with kids and youth when I get older
I am in a 6 person cell and I was voted the team leader. 2 weeks into the project and I have been doing more than my fair share. All I need is an idea as to why my team is so lacking in motivation and a possible way to get them working.
I have a interview with build a bear today.
I read online that they have group interview.
But when i was on the phone with the manger he never told me about a group interview.
So how would i know if it's a group interview
and also what is a group interview?
A random sample of 10 group leaders, supervisors and similar personnel revealed that a person spent an average 6.5 years on the job before being promoted. The sample standard deviation was 1.7 years. Using a 95?egree of confidence t-value of 2.262 or z-value of 1.96, what is the confidence interval for the population mean?
I am curious as to what an engineering group or team is made up of? Like the different types of engineers and leaders and what their jobs are and how they work together.
I am going into the engineering field and would like to expand my interest in how this works.
I have seen some jobs, but they require high amounts of education. Is there a place for me to work, I am 27 years old? My best memory is when I worked an entry level job shelving books at a library and I met a boy who also had autism and I got along with him better than anyone ever met before and this had stuck with me.
My last few jobs have been relatively blue collar, construction and manufacturing, and I'm going to a sales oriented career fair next week. A few of my previous jobs barely even involved interaction with another human, but I don't want dead spots on my resume where they're wondering what I did for the last 2 years. How do I list them and put a positive spin on the relatively 0 related qualities between the jobs?