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Curriculum vitae

24 Feb 2017

PROFILE: Dynamic 8 year career in Industrial Service and Development and Process Engineering with experience in administrative and technical management, project development and implementation, negotiation and customer relations.Accomplished leader with proven skills in personnel management and staff development.Enthusiastic self-starter with extensive knowledge of Industrial Strategy and Marketing.
Highly motivated marketer who is experienced in management of multiple client and stakeholder relationships.Efficient organizer with strong interpersonal and communication skills.

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Curriculum vitae letter

24 Feb 2017

I started my professional career at the University of Rangoon, in Myanmar as an English Instructor. Burmese is the native language of Myanmar, although it is officially referred to as the Myanmar Language. Coming from a nation where vast majority of population are non-English speakers, I consistently had to utilize the form of a ‘Special English,’ limiting my vocabulary as much as possible to selected simple words. In this manner of communicating, it is easier to get by in everyday interaction with the locals, having considered English as the language of educated and not merely of the masses.Throughout the years, Special English has become very popular in teaching the English Language. Although indirect, I had employed this system in teaching English to undergraduate and graduate students of the University of Rangoon. This had become my powerful and effective tool in instructing English and communicating with students who speak the language but are neither fluent nor proficient in it. They had studied English in school, but they still didn’t speak it in daily usage.

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Résumé Analysis

24 Feb 2017

Like every area of society, the professional world has its own values and conventions with regard to the way business ought to be conducted and how documents should be presented. Values can be defined as “the accepted principles or standards of an individual or group” (Encarta). The way people express themselves varies depending on the occasion, the audience, and the purpose for a particular assignment. This variation often takes into consideration the values and expectations of the audience to which the assignment or particular thing to be done is directed. In his essay An Introduction to Genre Theory, Daniel Chandler asserts, “Redefinitions of genre focus more broadly on the relationship between the makers and audiences of texts.” It is understood that these standards (genre and audience) influence the way in which materials are presented in all media, including print, broadcast, and other means of communication.

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Stories of Restaurant Fraud by Customers and Employees

24 Feb 2017

Restaurant frauds are not a rare phenomenon in the restaurant and foodservice industry. Reports and researches conducted on this issue clearly state that restaurant or hotel industry fraud are conducted by both the employees and customers. In this paper I will give an account of two frauds conducted by employees and guests.

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Resigned Employee Exit Interview

24 Feb 2017

The focus of this case study is on employee retention and turnover. Mr. William James, the newly hired director of human resources for an academic medical center noticed the unusually high rate of employee turnover and decided to determine the reasons many nurses resign and why others stay for long.

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Response to Classmates’ contribution to Hinduism and Chinese Art

24 Feb 2017

My appreciation for and understanding of Hinduism and Chinese Art increased manifold when I read the comments of my classmates on Hinduism and Chinese Art. The oldest religion, Hinduism, is a combination of many beliefs and philosophies coming together and manifesting in the worship of many forms of Gods and Goddesses. From the commentary of my classmates, I also realized that the Chinese Art, one of the oldest, remains refreshingly new even today. The intricate designs and combination of colors is a feast to the eye.

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Response Letter

24 Feb 2017

It has come to my attention that I have inadvertently filed two different change of status petitions with your office. I had first filed for an I-40 visa petition based upon my advanced studies, skills and exceptional ability in my field of expertise. I had dreams of working in the country as a consultant for the international business community and thought that it would be in my best interest to file for the I-40 visa. I had not realized that in my filing a second petition, I would end up nullify my first petition and risk an almost automatic denial of my petition for extension on my F-1 student visa status.

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Resource shortage paper

24 Feb 2017

The island of Palawan in the Philippines is home to the last frontier of ecological study in the Philippines. Palawan may be seen clearly from a topographic map of the Philippines as a narrow archipelago comprised of 1784 islands located at the west-southwest tip of the country. Palawan is known to be the largest island in the country, with its coastline spanning 2000 km characterized by numerous coves and bays (Budomo, 2004).
Palawan is rich in natural resources, boasting tropical forests and coral reefs which are home to many endangered species. It is divided into 21 municipalities, 420 small towns and one city.

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Resonant Leadership: A Comprehensive Report

24 Feb 2017

According to Franklin Covey, an online company specializing in coaching and leadership skills training, “leadership works best when people are able to manage themselves. When that happens, everyone on your team is working proactively. Everyone is participating in leadership. You create this type of environment through win-win agreements-and build relationships primarily on trust instead of authority.” This type of thinking has become popular amongst many corporations. Where several years ago autocratic leadership style was deemed effective, however with the rise of a more diverse workplace many companies have switch to democratic and free-rein style leadership. Democratic style leadership has been the most commonly used until recently; giving leaders more of a coaching position and giving subordinates decision making abilities. More recently, free-rein leadership has become popular. This extends from democratic leadership by giving more responsibility to employees; entrusting them with the ability to determine what, how and when something needs to be done by.

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Natural Disasters

24 Feb 2017

Natural Disasters are a part of the world we live in today. Since the inception of life on earth, we have been bombed continuously with Mother Nature’s force; some of us died whilst some of us survived. Managing ourselves during the times of such crisis has been an essential element in recovering from the forces on which we have no control. This is what Disaster Management is all about. Disaster Management, a subject that is a part of environmental psychology enlightens its audience with several aspects of natural disasters and how they can be managed. There are several career options and the need for professionals in this field grows with the growing number of disasters today. From hurricane Katrina to super cyclone Guno, in each disaster, we have witnessed losses of lives and money. The natural disasters are unavoidable as they are powerful forces of Mother Nature but what we can do is to offer the best management techniques for such disasters; enlightening people on what they can do during such calamities can reduce losses to a great extent.

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