Christian Leadership Essentials
Using information from Dockery book Christian Leadership Essentials and this module/week presentation Double Vision,write a thread explaining how you can implement leadership in your church or organization that passionately motivates people to cooperate in the fulfillment of the vision. Then, briefly lay out a plan for how you will implement these principles to inspire the organization you lead or an organization you someday hope to lead.
After reading Chapter 6 of the Mosher textbook, discuss how the process of measuring recidivism can impact the evaluation effectiveness of corrections policies.
After reading the article “The Revolving Door at the Prison Gate” by Padfield and Maruna, discuss any areas of research bias and any observed areas of less substantive research. Where did you find these elements. What were they?
After reading the article “Controlled Burn: The Gendering of Stress and Burnout in Modern Policing” by Kurtz, focus on the results of this article and discuss:Do you understand the results? Why or why not?What recommendations do you have for presenting the results of this research so that a police executive could use them?
Closing the Academic Practitioner Gap
In this class, you have been presented with a variety of peer-reviewed articles. You read the Fundamentals of Research in Criminology and Criminal Justice by Bachman and Schutt. You also read The Mismeasure of Crime by Mosher, Miethe, and Hart. Discuss the following prompts:How should research be used in criminal justice decisions and criminal justice policy development?Explain a gap in understanding the findings in academic, peer-reviewed criminal justice research and practitioner policy development. What can be done to close this gap?
. Based on the American “constitution,” which internal and external stakeholders, in the policy making process, possess “constitutional legitimacy” for their role in making public policy? Do entities with explicit power have more influence than those entities with implied powers in making public policy? Should they? Why or why not?
2. Accountability and ethical conduct are important concepts in public administration. In Tennessee, recent political stakeholders and some bureaucratic stakeholders have been caught up in various scandals (Operation Tennessee Waltz, Operation Rocky Top etc.). Based on the readings, what could Tennessee do to make political and bureaucratic functionaries more accountable?
Do these 2 questions separately. Do not answer them together because they are for 2 different weeks. I just need them done by this Saturday 06/14/2014. The books used for this course are “Public Administration in America” by Michael E. Milakovich and George E. Gordon 11th edition, 2013 and “Classic of Public Administration” by Jay M. Shafritz and Albert C. Hyde 2012.