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How could personal values and personal models of servant leadership influence in

How could personal values and personal models of servant leadership influence individual and group behavior?
How could personal values and personal models of servant leadership positively influence organizations and society?
How do servant leadership principles, in accordance with the Christian worldview, interact with essential management practices, and how does servant leadership influence individual, group, and organizational behavior?
How does the personal model of leadership meet the needs of followers and promote follower growth?

Homework is basically three phases with more specific needs detailed in the word

Homework is basically three phases with more specific needs detailed in the word document uploaded with this order.
•    Phase 1:  Assisting in creating a guide to prepare for an interview with a nurse executive.
•    Phase 2:  Simulation of an interview with a nurse executive, evaluate your interviewing performance, and examine lessons learned during the interview.
•    Phase 3:  Assisting with synthesizing the simulated interview experience through an executive summary of key points on the characteristics, competencies, primary responsibilities, education, experience, and skills required for the role of a nurse executive.

1.Given your understanding of Jesus’ ministry and themes of preaching, what are the main points of the Beatitudes (Chinese translation: 八福) in Matthew 5:1-12.

Please pick and write on ONE of the following four topics:
1.Given your understanding of Jesus’ ministry and themes of preaching, what are the main points of the Beatitudes (Chinese translation: 八福) in Matthew 5:1-12. Also compare it with the shorter version found in Luke 6:20-23, and determine what is Jesus’ main focus in these “blessings” sayings.
2. Choose 3 stories (parables or accounts) from Luke that are related to the Gentiles (non-Jews), and that can also be found in either Matthew, Mark, or John. What are the differences in Luke’s description and emphasis? What can they tell you about the focuses of Luke (and Acts) when it comes to Gospel and the Gentiles?
3. How does Paul use the example of Abraham to explain his theology of faith and salvation? Use at least two passages of Paul (e.g. Galatians 3, Romans 4) to explain the main reasoning of this teaching of Paul.
4. Compare between 1 Corinthians 12-13 and Romans 12 – what does Paul say about the Church? What does he suggest that the believers should see themselves in order for the unity of the Church to be maintained and secured?
and please submit using the Turnitin link provided below. I’m also including two citation guidelines for those who need it.
Some requirements to pay attention to:
a. Select a theme, and use what you have read in the selected passages to argue for it.
b. Higher marks can be scored if you use more outside references (i.e. in addition to the Bible, such as Tom’s book or my lecture notes).
c. Citation is required, for example:
Thomas Hatina, “Module Seven: The New Testament Canon”,Introduction to the New Testament, Section 7.2.
d. Include a small section of your personal thoughts

Please pick and write on ONE of the following four topics: 1.Given your understa

Please pick and write on ONE of the following four topics:
1.Given your understanding of Jesus’ ministry and themes of preaching, what are the main points of the Beatitudes (Chinese translation: 八福) in Matthew 5:1-12. Also compare it with the shorter version found in Luke 6:20-23, and determine what is Jesus’ main focus in these “blessings” sayings.
2. Choose 3 stories (parables or accounts) from Luke that are related to the Gentiles (non-Jews), and that can also be found in either Matthew, Mark, or John. What are the differences in Luke’s description and emphasis? What can they tell you about the focuses of Luke (and Acts) when it comes to Gospel and the Gentiles?
3. How does Paul use the example of Abraham to explain his theology of faith and salvation? Use at least two passages of Paul (e.g. Galatians 3, Romans 4) to explain the main reasoning of this teaching of Paul.
4. Compare between 1 Corinthians 12-13 and Romans 12 – what does Paul say about the Church? What does he suggest that the believers should see themselves in order for the unity of the Church to be maintained and secured?
and please submit using the Turnitin link provided below. I’m also including two citation guidelines for those who need it.
Some requirements to pay attention to:
a. Select a theme, and use what you have read in the selected passages to argue for it.
b. Higher marks can be scored if you use more outside references (i.e. in addition to the Bible, such as Tom’s book or my lecture notes).
c. Citation is required, for example:
Thomas Hatina, “Module Seven: The New Testament Canon”,Introduction to the New Testament, Section 7.2.
d. Include a small section of your personal thoughts

Critical Reflection and combining the ideas on 4 Readings. Readings are attache

Critical Reflection and combining the ideas on 4 Readings.
Readings are attached as four PDF files below.
John P. Kotter, “Accelerate,”
Chip Heath and Dan Heath, “Introduction,”
John P. Kotter and Dan S. Cohen, “Introduction: Appealing to the Heart, Not the Mind,”
Nadya Zhexembayeva, “Three Things You’re Getting Wrong About Organizational Change,”
Reflected on the readings enough to have your own thoughts to advance the broad conversation about leadership. What left you really thinking from the week’s readings? Why is this important to you? What about other leaders? Jump into the global conversation about leadership and get comfortable voicing your opinions, ideas and critique! 1. Blogs are written in the first person and clearly demonstrate student understanding, thinking and thoughtful response to required readings. 2. Blogs always begin with a main point (clearly stated in the first paragraph and bolded or highlighted) and include paragraphs with clear purpose and effective transitions to build a cohesive case around your main point. 3. Blogs reflect student introspection and critical thinking as applied to the authors’ ideas. For more information on critical thinking: http://www.criticalthinking.org/pages/defining-critical-thinking/766 4. Blogs should include your opinion of the readings, and some connection to current events, your work, other courses, and/or personal experiences. You don’t have to agree with the authors! 5. Blogs always include discussion of a minimum of two authors and how their ideas differ, connect, interact, etc. Always name the authors (use last names only, never include article titles, and use the abbreviated “et al.” when there are three or more authors on a particular article). 6. Blogs are never a review or summary of the readings; they are a response to the readings.

The case study covers the following CLOs: 2. Demonstrate the necessary skills an

The case study covers the following CLOs:
2. Demonstrate the necessary skills and knowledge of leadership.
4. Recognize ethical and cultural issues in various leadership theories. 
Instructions:
1. You are required to make an oral presentation individually of not more than 15 minutes in class.
2. You can select any one of the given topics for your presentation.
3. The powerpoint presentation file should be uploaded clearly mentioning the student name and Id.
4. The instructor evaluates the presentation and awards marks based on the following criteria: Delivery and Enthusiasm; Visuals/ PowerPoint Presentation; Staging; Involvement of class; Response to Queries

Shortage of Alcoholic Beverages in North Carolina The North Carolina ABC Board’s

Shortage of Alcoholic Beverages in North Carolina
The North Carolina ABC Board’s key challenge is competitors using the current alcohol shortage due to the Covid-19 pandemic as an advantage to move away from a “controlled” model and into a “privatized” model.
use Porter Five Forces Model to identify and analyze five competitive forces that shape the liquor industry of North Carolina(ABC board) and its weaknesses and strengths. 
Porter Five Forces Model is in the pdf.( pg.73)

world religion. This research paper on a world religion will consider the simila

world religion.
This research paper on a world religion will consider the similarities between Christianity and another world religion such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Mormonism, Islam, Baha’i, Judaism, or Taoism.. It will seek to answer the question of whether the similarities are significant or not.  The essay will include a biography of the person who started the religion, an overview of their teachings, how those teachings are similar to and different from Christianity, and an explanation of the significance of those differences and similarities.
Your essay should contain at least one resource per page. Online resources are allowed but should be balanced with hard copy sources.

Take a moment to review the details of this assignment below and gather any nece

Take a moment to review the details of this assignment below and gather any necessary files. Once you’re ready to submit your assignment, move on to Step 2.
Assessment Description
Synthesis is the act of creating something new from multiple existing entities. Synthesis of research, then, is creating a new idea from existing ideas. Synthesis of research is not a single innate skill. Rather, it is a process learned through time and practice. At the doctoral level, writing is a continual process of revision as learners improve skills and build subject matter expertise.
In Topic 4, you submitted a Synthesis Paper and received both feedback from your instructor and a grade for your work. In this assignment, you will expand upon your original paper with additional research from additional sources, incorporate feedback from your instructor, and provide a reflection section addressing your revision process.
General Requirements:
Use the following information to ensure successful completion of the assignment:
Locate the Synthesis Paper you completed in Topic 4 and the feedback provided by your instructor.
Locate and download the Revised Synthesis Paper Supplemental Articles List.
This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.
Doctoral learners are required to use APA style for their writing assignments. The APA Style Guide is located in the Student Success Center.
Refer to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association for specific guidelines related to doctoral-level writing. The manual contains essential information on manuscript structure and content, clear and concise writing, and academic grammar and usage.
You are required to submit this assignment to LopesWrite. A link to the LopesWrite technical support articles is located in Class Resources if you need assistance.
Directions:
Locate the Synthesis Paper you completed in Topic 4.
Select two additional articles from the Revised Synthesis Paper Supplemental Articles List in the Topic Resources.
Using the feedback provided by your instructor and information from the two additional articles you selected, write a Revised Synthesis Paper with Reflection (1,250-1,800 words). Include the following in your paper:
A Reflection (250-300 words) in which you discuss your revision process and how you incorporated your instructor’s feedback into the revised version. Like the format of an abstract, this section will receive its own page following the title page and preceding the Introduction.
An introduction that provides context for the topic. This includes presenting a clear thesis statement.
Support for your identified themes with evidence from each original article. You must also incorporate additional support from sources included on the supplemental articles list. Synthesize your discussion of the topic to support your thesis.
A conclusion that demonstrates support of your thesis statement, brief summary of the main points from your two themes, and recommendations for future research on the topic.