Consequences of bad decisions The play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare and the myth The Love Story of Pyramus and Thisbe by Ovid, retold by Edith Hamilton are closely related with Jena Salon: Bad decisions. The play, the myth talk about two young lovers who are willing to be together no matter the consequences, […]

Nowadays, individuals that hold a higher position do not necessarily take accountability for their errors. It can be numerous reasons such as not wanting to lose rank, credibility, or having a bad reputation. We were taught at a young age that if we take accountability of our actions, whether they are good or bad, consequences […]

According to the Institute of Medicine (IOM), most medical errors are caused by broken systems and procedures, not people (Hughes, 2008). Institute of Medicine (IOM) defines quality as “degree to which health services for individuals and populations increase the likelihood of desired health outcomes and are consistent with current professional knowledge” (IOM, 2018). Centers for […]

Literature Review This literature review was prepared utilizing sources available on conflict management styles and its influence on decision-making. Using eight different research studies, the information was reviewed, evaluated, and summarized with the main focus on the effect that conflict management styles have on a group’s decision-making. Conflict Management Styles A group’s conflict management style […]

Becoming a parent is something that most people dream of at least once in their life. When making the decision to become a parent, people need to take into consideration their personality and how that will affect their parenting. With that being said, there are four main types of parenting styles. Authoritarian and authoritative being […]