• How to Create a Culture of Engagement that Drives Operational Excellence

    Raymond Floyd, Senior VP of Suncor Energy and 2011 Inductee to the IndustryWeek Manufacturing Hall of Fame, presents the theory, practice and examples of creating and leading large autonomous teams of fully engaged people working together toward a shared vision of success for the enterprise that employs them. Successful operations are achieved when every employee frequently and autonomously practices the tools of operational excellence when working toward a common goal. The common term for this in industry is creating a culture of engagement. All cultures, both industrial and social, consist of shared values and beliefs, supported by appropriate behavior and rituals. By communicating values and making a standard practice of appropriate rituals it is possible for business leaders to create...

    published: 26 Jun 2012
  • Dunkin's brand shakeup leads to more engagement. Appropriate app metrics. | RBDR

    November 17th, 2016. Today on RBDR: 1) How Dunkin' brand reworked its marketing to engage customers 1-to-1. 2) The advent and explosion of apps in the cross-device consumer market raises the issue of appropriate metrics. RBDR is sponsored by Q-Oasis, a self-service marketing research solution for professionals. Q-Oasis is the only platform that delivers industrial-strength, easy-to-use, unrestricted survey building blocks for free and is powered by 22-year industry expert Socratic Technologies. Visit http://www.q-oasis.com/ No need to spend time "searching" for today's RBDR video. Subscribe to receive a FREE, personal email as soon as the new RBDR is uploaded. Click here: http://ow.ly/CfFWE

    published: 17 Nov 2016
  • Promoting engagement through age appropriate young carers assessments

    Michelle Harper from Surrey Young Carers speaks about their commitment to involving young carers in every aspect of their service, which resulted in the creation of age appropriate young carers assessments.

    published: 28 Apr 2016
  • Pamela Yager - What sort of decorations are appropriate for Engagement Parties?

    Bachelorette Party expert, Pamela Yager, on Engagement Party decorations

    published: 22 Jul 2010
  • Excelsior Experience 44 JW.org Approved and Appropriate Pre Engagement Show

    Recorded with VideoCam+ for iOS https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/videocam+-pause-edit-recording/id999787907

    published: 05 Oct 2016
  • What is appropriate for your public speaking engagement? Speak to Your Success!

    Niki Rebin discusses appropriate public speaking behaviour. In this edition of Speak To Your Success, Niki asks potential speakers to be aware of their actions even when they are blinded by nervousness.

    published: 13 Nov 2011
  • Engagement: Interest In The World And In People

    Engagement is a curiosity and interest in the world and in people. Many children with developmental delays or disorders do not show appropriate engagement with the world and therefore miss out on learning vital skills that can only be learned through relationships. This video explains more about engagement and about some ways to help your child engage more fully and get back on track developmentally. It's scary to consider the fact that your child might be a little bit behind the typical developmental curve, but when you have concerns, the best solution is to address it as soon as possible! Typical developmental milestones: * http://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/actearly/milestones/ * http://pathways.org/milestones/ More information about FAPE (free, appropriate, public education): https://w...

    published: 21 Apr 2016
  • What is Engagement ?

    From the Cowboy Dressage Judging Academy Video Program. Stay tuned, more to come. The Cowboy Dressage Judging Academy is appropriate not only for those that wish to learn how to judge but to those who just wish to learn!!! If you wish to increase and refine your horsemanship knowledge the Academy welcomes you. Visit any of these websites for information and begin your journey. .www.cowboydressagejudgingforthebrand.com www.cowboydressagejudgingforthebrand.com/home www.cowboydressagejudgingacademy.com info@cowboydressagejudgingforthebrand.com

    published: 20 Apr 2013
  • Rings & Finger Symbolism | Which Finger Should You Wear a Ring On | Rings & Meanings

    http://www.realmenrealstyle.com/ring-finger-meaning/ - Rings & Finger Symbolim | Which Finger Should You Wear a Ring On | Rings & Meanings http://www.realmenrealstyle.com/free-ebook/ Click to receive my FREE 47 page eBook on Men's Style and Fashion. Did you know that Antonio has created specially designed courses & communities to solve your unique style needs? Click Here to learn more http://www.realmenrealstyle.com/products/

    published: 26 Sep 2013
  • Engaged caregiving and stage-appropriate activity for individuals with frontotemporal dementia.m4v

    Donna and Steve present on Active Engagement and using stage-appropriate activities to engage people with dementia in purposeful activity. This video was produced through the facilities of eMAP at the University of Saskatchewan © 2012 Learn more about the rural and remote dementia care team: http://www.cchsa-ccssma.usask.ca/ruraldementiacare

    published: 03 May 2012
  • Classroom Rules

    published: 29 Aug 2015
  • Engagement Principles for Interactive Communication

    The Department of Finance has developed EPIC a set of principles to help guide and support its employees to engage effectively and appropriately with interactive communication. Transcript of video follows; Engagement Principles for Interactive Communication (EPIC) EPIC. What is EPIC? -- Engagement Principles for Interactive Communication. What is interactive communication? [An image of a telephone appears.] The telephone is one form of interactive communication. But that's not all. Interactive communication covers many other digital tools. [Flickering logos of social media tools such as last.Fm, flickr, bebo, tumblr, myspace and wikepedia appear.] [Screen transforms into a mobile phone.] Even email and sms are interactive communication. [An image of a...

    published: 14 Aug 2013
  • Auditing: Engagement Planning: Lecture 6 - Professor Helen Brown Liburd (Spring 2014)

    Principles of Auditing: Professor Helen Brown Liburd Lecture 6 Engagement Planning (& Management Assertions) February 14, 2014 Please visit our website at http://raw.rutgers.edu TIME STAMPS 2:17 Three Main Reasons for Planning 5:22 Pre-Engagement Activities 14:49 Predecessor & Prospective Auditor Communication 17:16 Engagement Letter 17:56 Planning an Audit & Designing an Audit Approach 38:14 Understanding of the Client's Business & Industry 42:34 Assess Client Business Risk 42:56 Performing Preliminary Analytical Procedures 44:07 Five Types of Analytical Procedures 45:54 Management Assertions 47:26 Objective of an Audit 47:54 Steps to Develop Audit Objectives 1:01:27 Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 1:03:40 Auditor's Responsibilities 1:04:59 Management Assertions 1:05:34 Auditor's Transactio...

    published: 20 Feb 2014
How to Create a Culture of Engagement that Drives Operational Excellence

How to Create a Culture of Engagement that Drives Operational Excellence

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  • Updated: 26 Jun 2012
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Raymond Floyd, Senior VP of Suncor Energy and 2011 Inductee to the IndustryWeek Manufacturing Hall of Fame, presents the theory, practice and examples of creating and leading large autonomous teams of fully engaged people working together toward a shared vision of success for the enterprise that employs them. Successful operations are achieved when every employee frequently and autonomously practices the tools of operational excellence when working toward a common goal. The common term for this in industry is creating a culture of engagement. All cultures, both industrial and social, consist of shared values and beliefs, supported by appropriate behavior and rituals. By communicating values and making a standard practice of appropriate rituals it is possible for business leaders to create a situational culture within your organization that engages people to support the success of your business. This presentation was recorded at the IW Best Plants Conference, April 23-25, 2012 in Indianapolis.
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Dunkin's brand shakeup leads to more engagement. Appropriate app metrics. | RBDR

Dunkin's brand shakeup leads to more engagement. Appropriate app metrics. | RBDR

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  • Updated: 17 Nov 2016
  • views: 73
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November 17th, 2016. Today on RBDR: 1) How Dunkin' brand reworked its marketing to engage customers 1-to-1. 2) The advent and explosion of apps in the cross-device consumer market raises the issue of appropriate metrics. RBDR is sponsored by Q-Oasis, a self-service marketing research solution for professionals. Q-Oasis is the only platform that delivers industrial-strength, easy-to-use, unrestricted survey building blocks for free and is powered by 22-year industry expert Socratic Technologies. Visit http://www.q-oasis.com/ No need to spend time "searching" for today's RBDR video. Subscribe to receive a FREE, personal email as soon as the new RBDR is uploaded. Click here: http://ow.ly/CfFWE
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Promoting engagement through age appropriate young carers assessments

Promoting engagement through age appropriate young carers assessments

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  • Updated: 28 Apr 2016
  • views: 11
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Michelle Harper from Surrey Young Carers speaks about their commitment to involving young carers in every aspect of their service, which resulted in the creation of age appropriate young carers assessments.
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Pamela Yager - What sort of decorations are appropriate for Engagement Parties?

Pamela Yager - What sort of decorations are appropriate for Engagement Parties?

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  • Updated: 22 Jul 2010
  • views: 584
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Excelsior Experience 44 JW.org Approved and Appropriate Pre Engagement Show

Excelsior Experience 44 JW.org Approved and Appropriate Pre Engagement Show

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  • Updated: 05 Oct 2016
  • views: 42
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Recorded with VideoCam+ for iOS https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/videocam+-pause-edit-recording/id999787907
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What is appropriate for your public speaking engagement? Speak to Your Success!

What is appropriate for your public speaking engagement? Speak to Your Success!

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  • Updated: 13 Nov 2011
  • views: 32
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Niki Rebin discusses appropriate public speaking behaviour. In this edition of Speak To Your Success, Niki asks potential speakers to be aware of their actions even when they are blinded by nervousness.
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Engagement: Interest In The World And In People

Engagement: Interest In The World And In People

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  • Updated: 21 Apr 2016
  • views: 100
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Engagement is a curiosity and interest in the world and in people. Many children with developmental delays or disorders do not show appropriate engagement with the world and therefore miss out on learning vital skills that can only be learned through relationships. This video explains more about engagement and about some ways to help your child engage more fully and get back on track developmentally. It's scary to consider the fact that your child might be a little bit behind the typical developmental curve, but when you have concerns, the best solution is to address it as soon as possible! Typical developmental milestones: * http://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/actearly/milestones/ * http://pathways.org/milestones/ More information about FAPE (free, appropriate, public education): https://www.understood.org/en/school-learning/your-childs-rights/basics-about-childs-rights/at-a-glance-free-and-appropriate-public-education DIR/Floortime model: http://www.icdl.com/DIR "The Child With Special Needs": http://amzn.to/1IYDUHK "More Than Words": http://amzn.to/1PdtIfC Finding an OT who specializes in sensory processing: http://sensorysmarts.com/find_an_ot.html Thank you for being your child's advocate! *** Please consult qualified professionals for diagnosis and treatment. This video is intended for educational purposes.
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What is Engagement ?

What is Engagement ?

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  • Updated: 20 Apr 2013
  • views: 1597
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From the Cowboy Dressage Judging Academy Video Program. Stay tuned, more to come. The Cowboy Dressage Judging Academy is appropriate not only for those that wish to learn how to judge but to those who just wish to learn!!! If you wish to increase and refine your horsemanship knowledge the Academy welcomes you. Visit any of these websites for information and begin your journey. .www.cowboydressagejudgingforthebrand.com www.cowboydressagejudgingforthebrand.com/home www.cowboydressagejudgingacademy.com info@cowboydressagejudgingforthebrand.com
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Rings & Finger Symbolism | Which Finger Should You Wear a Ring On | Rings & Meanings

Rings & Finger Symbolism | Which Finger Should You Wear a Ring On | Rings & Meanings

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  • Updated: 26 Sep 2013
  • views: 2155576
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http://www.realmenrealstyle.com/ring-finger-meaning/ - Rings & Finger Symbolim | Which Finger Should You Wear a Ring On | Rings & Meanings http://www.realmenrealstyle.com/free-ebook/ Click to receive my FREE 47 page eBook on Men's Style and Fashion. Did you know that Antonio has created specially designed courses & communities to solve your unique style needs? Click Here to learn more http://www.realmenrealstyle.com/products/
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Engaged caregiving and stage-appropriate activity for individuals with frontotemporal dementia.m4v

Engaged caregiving and stage-appropriate activity for individuals with frontotemporal dementia.m4v

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  • Duration: 31:28
  • Updated: 03 May 2012
  • views: 18275
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Donna and Steve present on Active Engagement and using stage-appropriate activities to engage people with dementia in purposeful activity. This video was produced through the facilities of eMAP at the University of Saskatchewan © 2012 Learn more about the rural and remote dementia care team: http://www.cchsa-ccssma.usask.ca/ruraldementiacare
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Classroom Rules

Classroom Rules

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  • Updated: 29 Aug 2015
  • views: 1567561
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Engagement Principles for Interactive Communication

Engagement Principles for Interactive Communication

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  • Updated: 14 Aug 2013
  • views: 831
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The Department of Finance has developed EPIC a set of principles to help guide and support its employees to engage effectively and appropriately with interactive communication. Transcript of video follows; Engagement Principles for Interactive Communication (EPIC) EPIC. What is EPIC? -- Engagement Principles for Interactive Communication. What is interactive communication? [An image of a telephone appears.] The telephone is one form of interactive communication. But that's not all. Interactive communication covers many other digital tools. [Flickering logos of social media tools such as last.Fm, flickr, bebo, tumblr, myspace and wikepedia appear.] [Screen transforms into a mobile phone.] Even email and sms are interactive communication. [An image of a telephone appears.] Just like the telephone, using interactive communication at work takes a common sense approach. We need to know how to use these tools appropriately. So to help... [A pile of documents including the Australian Public Service Values appears.] There are policies to guide you. It is every employee's responsibility to read and understand these policies. [Screen shows the Finance Behaviour documentation] So what can we and can't we do? Let's take a closer look. Personal use should not be excessive and interfere with your work. [A billboard appears.] Your comments are public for all the world to see. [Billboard spins around.] Always ensure that information you provide is accurate and appropriate. This means...don't discuss or disclose confidential or classified material. You are responsible for your actions. Respect Copyright. [Facebook 'Like' button appears and is clicked.] Respect Privacy. [Facebook 'Like' button appears and is clicked.] Be Polite. [Facebook 'Like' button appears and is clicked.] [A Facebook profile page appears. In the status the following line is typed.] Charles Citizen: Jenny's a loser who needs a life! [A cursor clicks the 'share' button.] [A cursor clicks to comment on Charles Citizen's status.] Pat Citizen: Employees are expected to treat their peers with respect both in the physical workplace or online. [A cursor clicks to 'comment' on Pat Citizen's status.] Julie Citizen: Addressing Inappropriate Behaviour in the Workplace policy still applies. [A cursor clicks the 'comment' button and then strikes through the original comment: Jenny's a loser who needs a life!] [The Facebook profile decreases and drops away.] Even if it's not clear who you work for think about whether it's appropriate to comment. Consider your reputation and Finance's reputation. Be clear and transparent. Using government logos or insignia may imply you are authorised to speak on behalf of the department. You're probably not. You need prior approval to: • post for the department • tweet for the department [tweet text appears the same font as the Twitter logo] • comment for the department [Facebook comment button appears] • blog for the department [blog logo appears]. But official or not, inappropriate remarks could damage: • the department's reputation, • a colleague's reputation, • your own reputation. [A Facebook 'dislike' button appears and the cursor clicks it.] Would you want your manager seeing this? [A picture of a gentleman wearing a party hat, with a post-it-note stuck to his forehead, and drinking from a large wine glass appears.] [The picture then appears on a Facebook page.] What happens in Vegas stays on: • Facebook, • You Tube - 1,313,103 monthly users, • Twitter - 123,613 monthly users, • Yammer - 123,613 monthly users. Always think twice. In short: • Do you need to comment? • Are you authorised to comment? If in doubt check with your supervisor and remember your public servant responsibilities. And let people know if things go wrong. For more information check out http://intranet/EPIC and get to know interactive communication at work. [An image of an Intranet search box appears.] [The Department of Finance and Deregulation logo appears.] Adapted from an original concept by the Department of Justice Victoria (Australia) at justice.vic.gov.au/socialmedia Vision licensed under Creative Commons CC NC SA. Music ©RJohnshon/Stockmusic.net, used under licence.
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Auditing: Engagement Planning: Lecture 6 - Professor Helen Brown Liburd (Spring 2014)

Auditing: Engagement Planning: Lecture 6 - Professor Helen Brown Liburd (Spring 2014)

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Principles of Auditing: Professor Helen Brown Liburd Lecture 6 Engagement Planning (& Management Assertions) February 14, 2014 Please visit our website at http://raw.rutgers.edu TIME STAMPS 2:17 Three Main Reasons for Planning 5:22 Pre-Engagement Activities 14:49 Predecessor & Prospective Auditor Communication 17:16 Engagement Letter 17:56 Planning an Audit & Designing an Audit Approach 38:14 Understanding of the Client's Business & Industry 42:34 Assess Client Business Risk 42:56 Performing Preliminary Analytical Procedures 44:07 Five Types of Analytical Procedures 45:54 Management Assertions 47:26 Objective of an Audit 47:54 Steps to Develop Audit Objectives 1:01:27 Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 1:03:40 Auditor's Responsibilities 1:04:59 Management Assertions 1:05:34 Auditor's Transaction-Related Audit Objectives 1:07:05 Chart / List of Assertions 3 main reasons for planning: (a) To obtain sufficient competent evidence, (b) To help keep audit costs reasonable, and (c) to avoid misunderstanding with the client. Pre-engagement activities include client acceptance or continuance, communication between predecessor and prospective auditors, compliance with independence and ethical requirements, engagement letters, and termination letters. If a predecessor auditor exists, the current auditor must attempt to communicate with them (if the client permits it). Issues that should be discussed include disagreements about accounting principles or audit procedures, communications the predecessor auditors gave the former client about fraud, illegal acts, and internal control recommendations, and the predecessor auditors' understanding about the reasons for the change of auditors (particularly about the predecessor auditors' termination). The steps involved in planning an audit and designing an audit approach include: accepting the client and performing initial audit planning, understanding the client's business and industry, assessing the client's business risk, performing preliminary analytical procedures, setting materiality and assessing acceptable audit risk and inherent risk, understanding internal control and assessing control risk, gathering information to assess fraud risks, and developing the overall audit plan and audit program. Analytical procedures are computations of ratios and other comparisons of recorded amounts to auditor expectations. They are used in planning to understand the client's business and industry. They are used throughout the audit to identify possible misstatements, reduce detailed tests, and to assess going-concern issues. The purpose of an audit is to provide financial statement users with an opinion by the auditor on whether the financial statements are presented fairly, in all material respects, in accordance with applicable financial accounting framework. To develop audit objectives, the auditor must understand the objectives and responsibilities for the audit, divide the financial statements into cycles, know management assertions about financial statements, know general audit objectives for classes of transactions, accounts, and disclosures, and know specific audit objectives for classes of transactions, accounts, and disclosures. The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 addresses management's responsibility for financial reporting. One of its most important provisions clearly indicates that the management team is responsible for the financial reporting process and the financial statements. In fact, Section 302 of the Act states that the key company officials must certify the financial statements. That is, the company CEO and CFO must sign a statement indicating: (1) they have read the financial statements, (2) they are not aware of any false or misleading statements (or any key omitted disclosures), and (3) they believe that the financial statements present an accurate picture of the company's financial condition. Auditor's transaction-related audit objectives are closely related to management assertions. They serve as a framework to accumulate sufficient appropriate audit evidence. Objectives never vary, but evidence will vary depending on the circumstances present for each audit (such as general transaction-related audit objectives, balance-related audit objectives, and presentation related audit objectives). The auditor must obtain sufficient appropriate audit evidence to support all management assertions in the financial statements. Management must make assertions regarding occurrence, completeness, accuracy, classification, and cutoff. To receive additional updates regarding our library please subscribe to our mailing list using the following link: http://rbx.business.rutgers.edu/subscribe.html
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