Explain how the existing job announcement for new hires was effective in the past based on the theories and view of leadership through the 1990s. Be specific using examples from course materials and the existing job announcement.
Explain why the existing job announcement is no longer able to meet the needs of today’s leaders. Support your explanation with examples of the language changes you would recommend to update the job announcement to be consistent with today’s desired leadership characteristics.
Explain the differences between management and leadership and why it is important for LSN to understand the distinction.
certain, the inverse relationship is not always present. “This inconsistency between dopaminergic activity and prolactin secretion could be easily resolved by assuming that additional PIF may also contribute to the negative control of prolactin secretion (Mark E. Freeman, 2000). This suggests that there might also be other inhibitors that regulate its release. Some researchers believe that among them could be GABA and somastatin. Finally, prolactin secretion could also be influenced by the lactrotrophs and by other cells within the pituitary gland. 6. What is the effect on the organism if this hormone is over/underproduced? Prolactin deficiency is caused when one has a general shortage of the pituitary hormones. Deficiency can cause Sheehan syndrome, in which the pituitary gland is destroyed during or shortly after giving birth. Additionally, a decrease in prolactin can cause a mother to produce insufficient milk. People who are found to have low prolactin levels are also expected to be more susceptible to some infections. Increased prolactin secretion can be caused by damage to the pituitary stalk. This causes prolactin to be less regulated because it blocks the flow of dopamine from the hypothalamus to the lactotrophs. An increase of prolactin can also be caused by the development of Pituitary hormone-secreting tumors. The prolactin secreting tumors are called prolactionomas, and cause abnormal lactation (galactorrhea), menstrual abnormalities, and infertility. Additionally, for women of reproductive age, a surplus of prolacin can cause decreased secretion of gonadotropins which means a decreased cyclis ovarian function. This can cause women to experience loss of sexual desire, dryness of the vagina, infertility and sometimes galactorrhea (abnormal lactation). For men, a high concentration of prolactin can decrease testicular function causing loss of sexual desire, erectile dysfunction, muscle weakness, and infertility.>GET ANSWER