My supervisor and the team leader appear to be locked arm in arm to drive myself and the other guy with whom I work way too hard. They, the super and team leader, give us task that are extremely way too difficult and lengthy. Two men simply cannot complete these tasks in the time allotted. I overheard one of the secretaries saying that they're trying to drive us out of the job or make us quit by mistreating us. Human Resources is making an investigation into the matter. People have spoken up for us and people have been questioned. I am afraid of repercussion by my super which is totally illegal. He could really make it difficult for me even though it's illegal and unethical to say the least. I am at my wits end trying to deal with this. Sleepless nights, stressed out like a 12 on a scale of 1 to 10. I'm afraid I'm going to have a severe health problem if this does not stop. GOD please help me. This is a very real situation and I'm sure others have experienced it too.
For more than twenty five years I have been a business director& financial consultant all over the Arab region, and Africa. I have created relationships with many of the business leaders in those communities. During the years I learned much about working with multicultural businesses. I worked for many banks as an independent senior auditor or as financial consultant. I am experienced in Financial Analysis, Business Acquisition, Human Resource Management, Financial and Strategic Planning, Organizational Restructuring, Cost Recovery, Information Systems and Design and Implementation of Financial and Management Audits. I have had many successful experiences with startup businesses. I have worked well as a team leader as well as in a group dynamic. I have a solid record of setting goals and achieving results.
MBA / Major in Finance Corporate Planning, Xavier University. Cincinnati, Ohio 1984
B.A. / Major in Accounting, Ain Shams University, Cairo Egypt 1969
I want a new profession and I was wondering if anyone had any ideas. Im a great speaker, motivater, team leader, I work well with people and human resources. Im dependable and stable. I love helping people in need. I wouldnt mind doing some traveling. I have two teenagers at home still.
I'm planning on getting a part time job during as I go to school in the fall. The problem is that I don't have work experience or a reference. Don't I need to make a resume to apply for a job? How should/could I make one?
And do you know any jobs that require little to no work experience?
Oh yeah, and I'm 18 if that matters to anyone...
I'm 1 year away from finishing my BCom in accounting. I have taken enough project management type courses to fufill the 35 hours and take the CAPM exam. For business work exp I have had a job in budgeting/planning for a real estate/property management company, import/export experience, and my current job is in a procurement department at a large company, in which I work with project managers directly. But without actual project management experience, how do I get a job in project management?
I am considering this as a career, and I am curious what the job duties are and whether it is a rewarding job.
He has no significant work experience.
But has fairly good grades and volunteer activities.
He speaks excellent english as well.
I want someone to explain the measurig sticks of success in the business? How can you measure Human Capital?
I have another question!
"Leadership is the ability to make things happen through others by (a) organizing (b) motivating and (c) inspiring them" I want an explanation of all three (a,b,c) and cite examples to prove that leader is a mentor!
I really don't understand this question in my sheet paper? I'm kinda confused.
Okay so i'm really quite confused, about what i have to do, it may sound really easy but i'm so stuck, can someone please help me, by an example or something? it would be much appreciated if you could
Anyone in the phoenix area knows where they are hiring??? Hi everyone I am 20 years old and I graduated from high school back in 2010 and ever since I been looking for a job near phoenix, but lately I haven't had any luck in finding anything. But also I don't have much experience. So please if anyone knows where to find a job with no experience I would really appreciate your help.
Thnx!! & Have a great day...
It's number 3 and I mean how do I describe in a lot of detail.
LEADERSHIP IN UNIQUELY CHALLENGING SITUATIONS
Dynamic, result oriented leader with a strong track record of performance in turnaround and high paced organizations. Utilize keen analysis, insights and team approach to drive organizational improvement and implementation of good practices. Superior interpersonal skills, capable of resolving multiple and complex (sales, human resources, legal, financial, operational) issues motivating staff to peak performance. Additional areas of expertise include:
•Strategy, Vision and mission planning.
•Sales & Marketing leadership
•Profitability and cost analysis
•Programs, services and products
•Billing, collection and cash management
•Contract negotiations & strategic Alliances
•Finance, Budgeting & Cost management
•Public relations & media affairs
•Policy and procedure development
•Licensing and trade mark
•Team building and Performance improvement
PRESIDENT 2007 MANUFACTURING CORPORATION… ERASED MA
President of a Food and Beverage manufacturing company that specializes in vitamin fortified teas and juices. It is an emerging leader in the food and beverage industry.
•Oversaw that manufacturing and production are completely in compliant with government regulations
•Conducted new business development activities as a way to promote the company’s products and services and build a relationship within the community and consumers
•Developed New product ideas for future trends and healthy consumptions to satisfy customer wants and needs
•Generally responsible for all aspects of marketing, Advertising and sales of company products
•Enhanced business infrastructure resulting in improved performance and cost reduction
ACCOUNT MANAGER/CONTROLLER 2005-2007 BANK CORPORATION…
Account controller of the leading provider of financial services to institutional investors. Their investment services include and not limited to research, investment management, trading services and investment servicing.
•Responsible for ensuring full compliance of divisional daily core operation standards, operational and client-specific procedures
•Monitored amount of income and post daily expense accruals based on client direction
•Calculated cash availability accurately to meet performance standards for limited complexity portfolios
•Work with fixed income and hedge funds
•Participated on a team responsible for merging multi-million dollar, complex companies. Project was transparent to customers with un-interrupted service
•Maintain daily/monthly supporting documentation for all outstanding items and records required for fund audits
•Calculate Net Asset Value per share
•Maintained heavy load of accounts; kept each account balanced and ready for daily investments
PERSONAL BANKER 2002-2005 FINANCIAL GROUP….
Banker for a $167 Billion commercial bank holding company. One of the 10 largest Commercial banking companies in the United States. Owned by the Royal Bank of Scotland.
•Opened new business and personal account
•Prospected for new business and personal clients with high net worth’s
• Responsible for closing loans approved by the loan officer
•Involved in setting up the new banking branches in the city
erased College … Business Administration Management conc, Minor in Marketing
MEDIA RELATIONS, APPERANACE AND RECOGNITIONS
THE LYNN ITEM: (HEADLINE) ....erased...... Launches Manufacturing Company
BEVNET.COM: (HEADLINE) ...........................................erased........ super-premium line for today’s health-conscious consumer... YEARS ERASED
Letter of recognition From Massachusetts State Senator,:
I am looking through the internet but seems so useless.I just got laid off and i will be done with my MBA as well. So far i have done customer service and team leading. Did not have the title of a team leader though.
Any advice please?
Compare their various functions
When organizations see themselves in that downward spiral, their managers may feel that they are unable to stop the pace of negative change. that worry and that downward momentum can be very pwoerful. At the same time, it sometimes takes a key impetus to deflect that movement and turn things around. Picture yourself as a new manager hired into a failing division in a company. The product line is outdated and losing market share, inter-departmental communication is adversarial, and competition for corporate funding is fierce. h*********u, a new person, going to turn things around? consider the following example, Symphonic Cooperation, from another "industry" below.
Determining levels of prevention?
analyze the scenarios and describe the level of prevention is primary prevention,secondary prevention, or tertiary prevention. Do you think the prevention strategy used in the scenario was effective? If not what would you do differently?
Scenario 1: Violence Prevention in a High Risk Community
Karyn, a social services worker, is confronted daily with issues such as homicide, suicide, child and elder abuse, battered women, sexual assault, and domestic violence in the community agency in which she works. Her job responsibilities are to build community and agency coalitions to help meet the needs of the community.
One day, an enraged young man stormed into the agency demanding to know the whereabouts of his wife, whom he had ordered not to leave the house. The wife was cowering in Karyn’s office after being referred by her physician for suspicious bruises.
The agency has a procedure for handling potentially violent situations such as this one, in addition to providing a panic button. Someone pushed the panic button behind the receptionist’s desk, which brought the police within minutes.
The wife was later transported to a shelter for battered women. The shelter provides classes in self-esteem, parenting, and job training and placement. It also assists clients with access to eligible welfare benefits and housing.
Scenario 2: Closure of a Planned Parenthood Clinic
You are a social worker in your community’s county public health office. Of the 60,000 people living in your county, 12,000 are women of childbearing age. The teen pregnancy rate is above the national average. Twenty-five to 30 percent of the county’s births are unintended. With an annual per capita income of just over $13,000, most of the population lives below the poverty level.
At your weekly team meeting, your manager announces that the Planned Parenthood Clinic in the county is closing due to lack of funding. Other county family-planning providers have waiting lists and cannot take new patients. Team consensus is that lack of accessible and affordable family planning services will lead to more unintended pregnancies, child abuse, and poverty.
You organize a group of other health and human service providers in the county to solve the issue. After much discussion, the public health office decides to offer limited family planning services.
Scenario 3: Homeless Health Care
You are a case manager in a community mental health center. Many of your clients are homeless and have either mental disorders or substance abuse and health problems.
Health problems in the homeless are exacerbated by their homeless status. Exposure to extreme temperatures and a lack of sanitary facilities, nutritious food, restful sleep, and support networks worsen infections and chronic diseases such as diabetes and heart disease. The homeless are less likely to take their medications for their mental and other physical diseases. Most homeless do not seek health care until they are so sick or injured that they have to be transported to the emergency room by ambulance.
Although there is a community health center in the county, it is not accessible financially or geographically to the homeless. After determining the needs of the homeless population in your case load, you meet with the leaders of all the agencies that provide services to the homeless, including the health center. You learn that there are three shelters, one food bank, and two faith-based initiatives providing services to the homeless.
A collaborative decision is made to provide basic health services in the shelters. The health center will supply the clinical providers, supplies, and equipment; the shelters will provide the space, furniture, and utilities; and the mental health center will provide on-site case management that includes counseling and support groups.
I have worked as a cashier and a library assistant in the past. can someone please help. thank you
human resources director
P.S. i know that they are not official proffesions etc. I just want to know what you need to be able to do. Like being a good leader for managing director and good at maths for finance director etc.
i mean the particular skills you would need to have for each job SEPARETALY, i know you would need many things for all the jobs but for school i have to pick one for 'young enterprise' and would like to know what skills i need to be good at