Job Motivation

Definition Tesone (2005) defines Job motivation as a set of forces that are derived from beyond as well as within an individual being, and as a result, initiate work related behavior, as well as determine job’s form, intensity, direction and duration. Similarly, Tella, Ayeni and Popoola (2007) claims that job motivation should not be viewed only as an explanation for employe...
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Heroes and Villains

Heroes are any persons, be it men and women who have extra ordinary human qualities than other human beings, heroes are courageous, virtuous and superior. They show extraordinary characteristics that inspire mankind and make ordinary people admire and strive to achieve highest levels of personal greatness. Heroes have been there in all cultures and in all times since a non-do...
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The Value of X

Life has many valuable lessons that can come from the strangest situations but in every circumstance many different meanings can arise. For example if a group were to undergo the same obstacle each would come with new view on life unlike to their companions. In the three short stories chosen the question how people find value in life surfaces as the reader’s views is compared...
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Psychoanalysis of Ta- Na- E- Ka

The short story entitled “Ta-Na-E-Ka,” by Mary Whitebird tells us about Mary, an Indian Kaw girl who tried to avoid the Indians’ old tradition which was called as Ta-Na-E-Ka. The reason why I choose this story to analyze is because I am interested in the existence of the old tradition of Indian living people within the modern culture which is very contrast with the tradition...
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Jesus Christ Our Lord

The book “Jesus Christ our Lord” concerns itself with the works and persona of Jesus Christ. The author systematically presents the key Christological themes using a well thought approach. Walvoord preoccupies himself with Christ’s persona in a way that pastors and learned laymen would identify with. This is because, it strikes a gentle balance between casual and technical re...
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The Case of the Unhealthy Hospital: Blake Memorial Hospital

The Case of the Unhealthy Hospital Anthony R. Kovner Harvard Business Review No. 91506 SEPTEMBER–OCTOBER 1991 HBR Anthony R. Kovner The Case of the Unhealthy Hospital Bruce Reid, Blake Memorial Hospital’s new CEO, rubbed his eyes and looked again at the 1992 budget worksheet. The more he played with the figures, the more pessimistic he became. Blake Memorial’s financial heal...
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Case Study on Effective Teamwork

Effective Teamwork Case Study: Effective teamwork is the appropriate distribution of the labour force and intellectual tasks among the members of the single group for the quality fulfilment of the certain job. Naturally, the teamwork is the essential phenomenon of the human society which demonstrates that people are the social creatures. There is hardly a person who can exi...
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Aims and Intentions of the study

Aims and intentions of the study the most common land-use in Guildford is, we can do a land-use map (i.e. going into Guildford and recording a land-use classification on a goad map) this will also show any grouping of a particular activity.The building height will also be recorded; us vertical zonings are good indications of the CBD. This is because there is a lot of competi...
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Environmental Concerns Should Take The Highest Priority In People’s Minds

In today’s modern, connected and clued-in society, it would be fair to say that there is more activism on a broad and wide scale now than at any other time in history. In generations before this, there is no doubt that certain political, social and cultural movements have gained speed and come to the forefront of world wide attention, but one can certainly argue that the inno...
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My Ways of Seeing (Reflective Essay)

Looking back on the essays I have wrote, I feel a certain conviction that people never cease to learn new things from each other. John Berger (“Ways of Seeing”) taught me to appreciate and rate highly the works of art, to understand the concepts of meaning, and to differentiate the really valuable pieces of art from the unashamed imitations. While, A. Appiah (“Race, Culture, ...
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