1. Watch the above video on Communication.  (Links to an external site.)The vide

1. Watch the above video on Communication.  (Links to an external site.)The video can also be found at:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rKRuK8cO3rI (Links to an external site.
2. As a manager at an Orlando based company, describe how would you communicate effectively to your employees the impact Covid-19 on the organization in the worksheet download. 
3. Answer the questions in the worksheet and course topics to the best of your independent ability with a 150-200 word response (About 2 – 3 pages of writing). Use terminology introduced in the textbook, session meetings, and the ToKnight Show videos in your responses when possible.

  In Chapter 1 of the text, Managing Conflict Through Communication,  the five s

 
In Chapter 1 of the text, Managing Conflict Through Communication,  the five stages in a constructive conflict process are explained. Write  a doc in which you identify a conflict that you or someone you know  has had and has already been resolved. Identify and describe the five  stages of a constructive conflict process. Then, apply each of the five  stages of a constructive conflict process to your example. Your doc  should clearly identify each stage and provide details or examples for  each stage. You can review Examples 1 and 2, located in Section 1.3 of the text, for ideas on how to organize this assignment.

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   Introduction If the world of the 1990s may well be classified by historians a

  
Introduction
If the world of the 1990s may well be classified by historians as another seminal sea change (a phrase you were introduced to in the previous Module), how is it viewed from a liberal perspective?  The New World Order of President George H.W. Bush didn’t seem much different to realists.  To liberals, however, the phenomenal growth in regional and global NGOs and IGOs along with concerted effort by the international community to deal with a variety of issues and challenges suggests that collaborative behavior has replaced individual behavior, despite the unilateralism of the younger Bush administration and the Trump administration.  The emergence of a number of new democracies led Francis Fukuyama to suggest that this accelerated trend toward democracy made the post-WWII world of ideological competition “history.”  As you will see in our exercise for this Module, such predictions were built on shaky grounds.
Status of Democracies Assignmentgo to https://freedomhouse.org/report/freedom-world/2020/leaderless-struggle-democracy (Links to an external site.) and open the full Report pdf.  Examine the Report and use it to answer the  following: 

what are the major conclusions at the beginning of the Report?
looking at the gains/losses of the schematic, which years show the greatest gains and losses?  (keep this in mind for the next Module’s assignment)
contrast the placement of the United States during the Obama and Trump administrations.
pick any of the 25 established democracies that are in decline and explain why they were judged to be in decline (excluding the United States and India).
go to the interactive world map and determine which countries are the most free and why; which geographic region (i.e., North America, Middle East, sub-Sarahan Africa, etc.) is the least free and why.

Submit a 4 page (suggested) double-spaced, footnoted  (with bibliography) on the above topic.

 TWO DIFFERENT COPIES PLEASE This is a two-part task where you will submit both

 TWO DIFFERENT COPIES PLEASE
This is a two-part task where you will submit both (1) and (2) below as ONE submission. 
1 ) After you complete the lesson and related readings, including the viewing/reading of an expert who shares your passion, come up with YOUR definition of civic engagement. Your definition can be general or specific to your area of passion.  So for (1) Create and submit a personal working definition of civic engagement. The definition must be yours alone and not copied from another or a source.  Customize the definition to make it yours.
2) Conduct an action of civic engagement through the use of social media or in person. For (2) if you opt for in person, you’ll share an image of you being civically engaged related to your definition above. For example, if my definition relates to a passion for being engaged in democracy, I might be looking to get a petition signed or go vote early. I’ll snap a selfie of me & the petition or voting sticker and upload it here for (2) with a caption. Alternatively, for (2) if you opt for electronic or social media instead of in person, you will submit the screenshot of this effort in the Civic Engagement submission along with your definition. So, if you are passionate about a topic, you might opt to use Twitter and a trending hashtag to jump in on offering a summary of what you learned and a fact-checked link from a reliable sourceLinks to an external site. for those that want to learn more. Maybe you will post an image on Instagram that communicates what you are learning with a caption that says the same. You can also send a letter to a representative or senator regarding an issue about which you are passionate. Screenshot that email/letter/fax and submit that here.  In summary, the requirements for (2): do your activity (online or in-person), then submit an image of your in-person civic engagement or other proof of attendance or a screenshot of your online civic engagement activity 

  Personal Leadership Philosophy Reflection Please submit your personal leadersh

 
Personal Leadership Philosophy Reflection
Please submit your personal leadership philosophy here, including headers (if written) as shown below:
As a reminder, the italics can be removed prior to submission. You may submit your assignment as EITHER a written document or you may create a video submission 1-3 minutes in length, upload it to YouTube or Vimeo as public or unlisted (not private) and share the link here. If you opt to create a video and add close-captions, you will earn 5 extra credit points to your grade for this assignment for practicing accessible leadership: https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/2734796?hl=en (Links to an external site.)
Part I: Personal Leadership Philosophy (should be 1-4 sentences or up to 1 minute of video)
In your own words, please state your personal leadership philosophy. 
Part II: Philosophy Development Reflection (should be 2-4 paragraphs or 2-3 minutes of video)
In your own words, please describe the process you used to determine your personal leadership philosophy. What sources did you use (from LDR 3115 & outside sources)? Who influenced/inspired your philosophy?