One leadership theory which best resonates with me is the theory of transformative learning. The reason is that the theory helps me to learn about social, economic as well as political professional contradictions regarding oppressive reality elements. Based on the descriptive entry, I think professional leadership wholly depends on organizational viability. Effective leaders often engage in leadership behaviors which are professional like the setting of missions, establishing effective processes aimed at...
Creative Research on Social Gerontology
Part 1: Life changing moment
The aging process is an accepted phenomenon that occurs worldwide that develops economic as well as social demands for the particular age group. The society has over time put in place measures and policies to ensure that older adults do not have to undergo challenges that are brought about by aging. Family members, either staff, friends or even professional caregivers, therefore assume the caregiving role for the older adults (Schulz and Lynn 245). The professional caregivers are specially trained...
The Science of Making Decisions
In the article "The Science of Making Decisions" Begley describes the effect of information overload on the cognitive abilities of the human brain (1). The current daily activities of people are characterized by the constant flow of information from all over the world, through social media and information passed from by other people. The effect according to Begley (1) has been an overwhelming amount of data in the human brain requiring to be sampled by the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex for smart, creative and succ...
Thomas Cole Expulsion from the Garden of Eden
The Expulsion demonstrates the scene from the book of Genesis section three after Adam and Eve have eaten from the fruit which God has prohibited them from eating; they were tossed out of the Garden of Eden and into the existence where they are compelled to work and endure the results of their transgression. It is a scene of greatly troubled Adam and Eve being thrown out from the Garden. Cole has likewise made progress in the structuring of the bodies of the figures here. They are very exact as they demonstrate Ada...
A program for Resident's With Early Stages of Alzheimer's
Alzheimer’s disease refers to a protracted neurodegenerative illness that normally begins gradually and deteriorates over time. Persons with early stages of Alzheimer’s disease would be the target group of this program. Non-pharmacological interventions such as leisure and recreational activities are essential in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease since they are efficacious and safe as pharmacological treatments (Wang, Xu and Pei 1). The program area would involve fitness in a club. Th...