The Company Research Paper – Understanding how and why to research companies is essential in determining if the organization is a fit for the employee as well as the employer. Asking the correct question can often time provide information that will help the potential employee make the right decision about connecting with the selected organization.November 30, 2017
Assignment 2: Analysis of the Selected Agency – As a consultant, you need to develop an in-depth analysis and evaluation of the selected agency’s planning, organizational design, decision-making process, and implementation and then provide recommendations for improvement.November 30, 2017
VIRTUAL VISION BOARD PROJECT (FINAL PROJECT)
Student Learning Objectives:
A vision board is simply a visual representation or collage of the things that you want to have, be, or do in your life. It consists of a poster or bulletin board with cut-out pictures, drawings and/or writing on it of the things that you want in your life or the things that you want to become.
Creating a vision board is a fun and creative way for you to become clear on your dreams and desires and transform them into reality. We become what we think about and our lives are created from our thoughts. Unfortunately, we spend much of our lives thinking about what we don’t want and often that is what we draw into our lives. One of the most powerful aspects of a vision board is that you create a visual representation of your dreams and desires helping you to put your attention on what you want to bring into your life.
What does a Vision Board Do?
1. A vision Board helps us to become very clear about what we want.
- A Vision Board makes your goals visible and keeps them in front of your eyes.
- A Vision Board reminds you of what you want.
- A Vision Board allows you to choose your goals.
- A Vision Board reminds you of what you are working for.
- A Vision Board keeps you in a positive mood – as you put your attention on it you will feel yourself receiving what you desire.
- A vision Board allows you to create a purpose in life.
- Create a list of images you would like to include on your vision board. All of the following categories should be represented.
- Emotions (what do you want to feel?)
- Relationships (who do you want to have close relationships with?)
- Education (what education do you see yourself pursuing?)
- Work (what work do you see yourself doing for a living?)
- Required Skills (what skills would you need to do your work, hobbies?)
- Location (where do you see yourself living – both city/town, type of dwelling?)
- Recreational Activities (what would you like to do in your spare time?)
- Holidays (where would you like to travel?)
- Lifestyle (how much money do you want to have)
- Select approximately 15-20 images that best illustrate your above goals or dreams (create a Vision Board folder under “My Pictures” and save images there).
- Insert images into your Presentation.
- Create text to describe images, thoughts or feelings.
- Arrange images in your presentation to communicate your strategic future plans.