You are a Training Specialist hired by Universal Medical Supplies, Inc. This org

You are a Training Specialist hired by Universal Medical Supplies, Inc. This organization has been experiencing low productivity and errors in communication in the workplace. As part of an ongoing professional development series, the Vice President of the Human Resources department has tasked you with creating Critical Thinking training materials. The materials will be presented in many forms and by various means to help improve productivity and communication in the organization.
For a company training webinar, you will create an infographic using text and images that illustrate the concepts associated with cogent reasoning skills.
Instructions:
Use other credible online resources to research one or more online articles about the topic of cogent reasoning and valid vs. invalid arguments.
Create an infographic that includes the following elements:
Images and text that illustrate valid arguments.
Images and text that illustrate invalid arguments.
Images and text that illustrate cogent reasoning.
An example of using evidence in defending an argument.
An example of using evidence in refuting an argument.
Include a space for references for the images and ideas used in the infographic.
Use your own words when adding text to the infographic, and create your own charts and diagrams. Do not copy/paste text, charts, diagrams, etc. directly into your infographic. Submit your infographic in a Word or PDF document.

You are a Training Specialist hired by Universal Medical Supplies, Inc. This org

You are a Training Specialist hired by Universal Medical Supplies, Inc. This organization has been experiencing low productivity and errors in communication in the workplace. As part of an ongoing professional development series, the Vice President of the Human Resources department has tasked you with creating Critical Thinking training materials. The materials will be presented in many forms and by various means to help improve productivity and communication in the organization.
For a company training webinar, you will create an infographic using text and images that illustrate the concepts associated with cogent reasoning skills.
Instructions:
Use other credible online resources to research one or more online articles about the topic of cogent reasoning and valid vs. invalid arguments.
Create an infographic that includes the following elements:
Images and text that illustrate valid arguments.
Images and text that illustrate invalid arguments.
Images and text that illustrate cogent reasoning.
An example of using evidence in defending an argument.
An example of using evidence in refuting an argument.
Include a space for references for the images and ideas used in the infographic.
Use your own words when adding text to the infographic, and create your own charts and diagrams. Do not copy/paste text, charts, diagrams, etc. directly into your infographic. Submit your infographic in a Word or PDF document.

You are a Training Specialist hired by Universal Medical Supplies, Inc. This org

You are a Training Specialist hired by Universal Medical Supplies, Inc. This organization has been experiencing low productivity and errors in communication in the workplace. As part of an ongoing professional development series, the Vice President of the Human Resources department has tasked you with creating Critical Thinking training materials. The materials will be presented in many forms and by various means to help improve productivity and communication in the organization.
For a short training presentation during a regional meeting, you have been asked to create a 3- to 5-minute video presentation illustrating the differences between deductive and inductive argument.
Instructions
Use PowerPoint and a video recording program such as Screencast-O-Matic to create a training video that is 3-5 minutes in length and includes the following elements:
Bullet points with brief text that outlines deductive reasoning.
Bullet points with brief text that outlines inductive reasoning.
Clip art or images to accompany your text. You may use characters, cartoons, drawing tools, or other technologies to be creative.
Narration related to the bullet points to explain:
The principles underlying both deductive and inductive reasoning.
Clear examples of both deductive and inductive reasoning in a workplace setting.
References to your sources at the end of the video.
To create a video, you may use a video recording program on your personal device or a free web-based video recording and editing application.
Be sure to proofread for grammar and spelling. Add your sources in APA formatting on a separate page.
To submit your project, upload your recording as embedded code, a link, or a file.

Discussion EntryOne of the most beneficial items I learned in this class was th

Discussion EntryOne of the most beneficial items I learned in this class was the proper steps to take before an interview, during an interview, and after an interview in chapter 14. I learned a lot about the interviewing process in this chapter, and I feel much better about entering the workforce now that I have an idea of what to expect. I thought the sample interview questions were great because they allowed me to think about what my responses could be if I were asked that question in an interview. I also thought it was very beneficial to know what exactly to do after an interview such as reaching out to references or following up. I think everything we learned in this class is going to help me in the future, from creating business messages to putting together reports to creating a resume, because they are all skills that you need to thrive in the workforce. I am very glad I decided to take this class, as it enhanced my knowledge and understanding of the business world

 Please respond to this post in your own words.  “’You can die from someone else

 Please respond to this post in your own words. 
“’You can die from someone else’s misery – emotional states are as infectious as diseases. You may feel you are helping the drowning man, but you are only precipitating your own disaster. The unfortunate sometimes draw misfortune on themselves; they will also draw it on you. Associate with the happy and fortunate instead.’” (Collins, 2018, p. 16)
Chapter 2 of our text, Knowing Others, has been eye-opening for not just how to identify those around me, but how to identify those same characteristics in myself; and this is by the author’s design. It was interesting as I was reading through because there were moments I would introspectively say to myself, “That’s [so-and-so]! This description matches them perfectly!” Though, there were other moments when the realization dawned on me that I took after some of those same characteristics. However, I can honestly say that I mostly relate to the so-called rational self-interested individual, especially in recent years. But most importantly, I took comfort in hearing the words of the quote above. Life is so short already. There is no reason we should lose traction on our own lives for the sake of another who refuses to help themselves, or worse, is gluten for punishment, such as the victim identity mentioned in our text. Be yourself. Focus on yourself. Shoot for your aspirations and have the long-term goal in mind. Coming soon, when I get my initial post in for our Discussion #1 that talks on our chosen jurisdiction, you’ll find more about my chosen jurisdiction, Billings, Montana. That is my aspiration: Montana. My wife and I eagerly await the time we can afford the acres of land and the seven-figure home that rests atop it in the Big Sky Country. It will happen, but we won’t be able to get there by caving to the negative characteristics respective to the identities in our text, nor to the people around us that harbor these traits.
References:
Collins, M. (2018). The success book. Outskirts Press.

Choose two quotes for each story… use template provided. Using Foucault theory

Choose two quotes for each story… use template provided. Using Foucault theory all 4 after the first quote and one after the second quote… Each story should have only one paragraph.
 1.Any rational relationship is inherently flawed; it is parasitic.(examples: two humans; human and language)
2.The subordinate is obligated to pursue knowledge to gain enlightenment; it is a duty or moral/ethical imperative.
3.The superior has no desire to pursue knowledge because the superior falsely believes he has the power.
4.The subordinate pursues knowledge to gain enlightenment, not to attain power to become a superior but to become an enlightened subordinate. 

APA format, in-text citations, references include, 2 page Complete the template

APA format, in-text citations, references include, 2 page
Complete the template and using the week 3 to continue the work for
Address the financial element of the project Charter used to plan the acquisition of an HIT solution for the setting of choice. The financial analysis has two parts:
Using the HIT Pro Forma Template provided in your Learning resources, complete the anticipated capital and operating costs of the HIT solution that you are proposing in the Week 3 
Justify the assumptions that you used in your proforma.