Part A: Personal Leadership Vision Statement My leadership qualities are still at elementary levels; nevertheless, I have despicable expertise on the way to engage teams and perform executive roles. For instance, my “Big Five” personality traits, such as openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, as well as neuroticism, have not been sharpened enough to boost my stance in the leadership space (Syed, Ur Rehman, & Kitchlew, 2018). My conflict resolution skills are also at their infancy, as I cannot handle complex disagreements between parties. Worse still, my communication skills are not developed enough to guarantee me a successful exchange with my followers. In fact, I fear that with my poor communication capabilities and undeveloped emotional intelligence, I will hardly meet the provisions of the Big Five personality traits. However, I believe that effective communication skills will allow me to provide defined work policies and demonstrate visionary commitment to my followers. Apparently, my current leadership abilities are marred with deprived communication skills, undeveloped personality traits, poor listening abilities, second-rate conflict resolution prowess, inferior feedback preparation expertise, and blunt emotional intelligence.
The central idea of Hayek in his book “The Road to Serfdom” is that any form of control by government is a manifestation of dictatorship and totalitarianism. Hayek, particularly focuses on the government’s initiatives to plan and control the economy. The concept is anchored on socialism that gradually leads to a dictatorship since markets ought to be free and devoid of any government influence. Indeed, controlling the markets implies that the authority monitors factors of production such as labor. In this way, the government dictates the occupation of its citizens. That form of control is worse in socialism system. Hayek insists that socialism is a clear form of totalitarianism that enhanced democracy could eliminate.
Over the years, mogul skiing injuries have been decreasing. However, incidences of severe ligament injuries to the knee are increasing. According to a case study, 9.8 injuries per 1000 skiers in the world cup run 38% is knee injuries (Kokmeyer, Wahoff, & Mymern, 2012). Considering the amount of force that skiers exert during mogul skiing it is not surprising knee injuries are highest in comparison to injuries on other body parts. Furthermore, the demand for muscle activity results to increase in velocity, in turn decreasing the radius and increasing the slope grade (Graves, Whitehill, Stream, Vavilala, & Rivara). With all these techniques at once, a skier may lack balance leading to an injury. Recently studies have proven that knee injuries do not necessarily mean the end of skiing for a skier. Through treatment and rehabilitation, a person can recover and resume skiing.
Murphy, Sean, and Anthony Alata. 3D Bioprinting Of Tissues And Organs. 2015, https://www.nature.com/articles/nbt.2958. Accessed 9 Sept 2018. According to the article “3D bioprinting of tissues and organs” by Sean V. Murphy and Anthony Atala, the modern technology of 3d printing also known as three-dimensional printing allows to manufacture almost every possible thing. Nowadays, this innovative technology leads the opportunities of the modern health care services to a completely new, better level. Forcing the development of engineering, education, manufacturing facilities, and many other industries, 3d printing made it possible to print biocompatible materials. As a matter of fact, these may be cells of the human organism and a great variety of the supportive components. Nowadays, with a help of 3D printing, it has become possible to develop and print even functional living tissues, giving a hope for those, who are in a great demand for a chance to live. In this way, the scientists can meet the demand of the medicine for tissues and organs that match the human organism perfectly and are suitable for transplantation. What is more, 3D bioprinting allows to choose the material of the tissues and organs, their cell types, regulate various growth and differentiation elements and avoid…
Family comes first. I learned that the hard way after facing health challenges during my teenage years. You see, many people claimed to be there for me, only to go missing at the greatest time of need. If it was not for my brother’s intervention, I am not sure I would be standing before you today. My brother’s bravery and never-ending solidarity will stand through the test of time as I am unable to think of ways to appropriately thank him for his decision. I had been a happy and healthy child until I started developing all sorts of infections. The symptoms got worse, accompanied by routine tremors of my limbs. After numerous tests, I was diagnosed with Aplastic Anemia, one of the rarest diseases in existence.