Research analysis of the company and proposed strategic solutions
to the CEO. As you continue your consulting role, the next task is to deliver a professional development
program to the CEO of your chosen organization.
It is important that your program’s proposal be based on your research of emotional intelligence (EI) and
specifically details how a new incentive program, based on an EI management approach, will:
Strengthen interpersonal relationships.
Increase overall performance.
Benefit not only managers but the bottom-line.
Write a 5– 7 page, double-spaced proposal that includes the following components:
EI and Motivation:
Which of the EI building blocks would impact management’s ability to enhance employee performance and job
Based on your research on motivational theory, describe which motivational theory you would utilize to
influence the members of the organization and aid in helping to resolve the issue. Provide examples to support
EI and Social Skills and Decision Making:
Explain how the core concepts of emotional intelligence would enhance the decision-making efficacy of the
Describe the core attributes of an effective team and the strategies you would implement to develop team
dynamics that will benefit the organization.
The system of value-added tax in the EU is one which is vulnerable to abuse. Though the area has reached a high level of harmonisation, the EU is still presented with the challenge of constructing a single market consisting of 28 different value-added tax (VAT) systems, which withstands various attempts to obtain benefits for which it was not designed. The Court has often used the aforementioned principle of abuse of EU law as a tool with which to combat fraud in the form of denying rights relied on from the VAT Directive, where such rights are derived in cases of established tax fraud or where there has been a failure to comply with the conditions of good faith. Of particular interest to this paper is the extent to which a general principle may emerge, and whether the principle of prohibition of abuse of EU law may be regarded as a constitutional general principle of EU law. This will be done by examining the relevant case law of the Court and the recent trends, which, in the opinion of the author, confirm the notion that there is one general principle of abuse of EU law. Part I: The Notion of Abuse in EU law Early linguistic discrepancies notwithstanding, the author contends that there is indeed only one concept of abuse. This will be highlighted by the willingness of the Court to shore up the early, implied references to “abuse”, and finally settle on terming it as such. 1 Prohibition of abuse as a judicial rule The principle of prohibition of abuse in EU case law is a recognised concept, which according to many enjoys the legal status of a general principle. At the beginning, it was applied in a fundamental freedom context and then in almost every field of law not only reserved to Union competence, but also to the extensive interpretation of treaty and directive dispositions. Overtime the Court has denationalised abuse. It thus applies it in light of Union law, not national law. 2. The linguistic problem>GET ANSWER