Be flexible Sample Clauses

Be flexible. If you say you’ll work out 3 days a week, or for 30 minutes, and something comes up, you can make it up another day, or add some extra time elsewhere in the workout.
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Be flexible. The level or intensity of activity at a service site is not always predictable. Your flexibility to changing situations can assist the partnership in working smoothly and producing positive outcomes for everyone involved. Limitations: DON’T report to your internship site under the influence of drugs or alcohol. DON’T give or loan a client money or other personal belongings. DON’T make promises or commitments to a client you cannot keep. DON’T give a client or agency representative a ride in a personal vehicle. DON’T tolerate verbal exchange of a sexual nature or engage in behavior that might be perceived as sexual with a client or community partner representative. DON’T tolerate verbal exchange or engage in behavior that might be perceived as discriminating against an individual on the basis of their age, race, gender, sexual orientation, ability, or ethnicity. DON’T engage in any type of business with clients during the term of your service. DON’T enter into a personal relationship with a client or community partner representative during the term of your service. *If you feel that your rights have been or may be violated, or that any of the above stated limitations have been violated, please immediately contact the Site Supervisor and Faculty Supervisor/Course Instructor.
Be flexible. The level or intensity of activity at a service site is not always predictable. Your flexibility to changing situations can assist the operation to run smoothly and produce positive outcomes for everyone involved. In addition to the above expectations, you are also responsible for the following limitations. . • NEVER report to your service site under the influence of drugs or alcohol. . • NEVER make promises or commitments to a client you cannot keep. • NEVER give a client or agency representative a ride in a personal vehicle or university vehicle unless the person is authorized for transport. DO NOT transport a child alone or by yourself- • NEVER tolerate verbal exchange of a sexual nature or engage in behavior that might be perceived as sexual with a client or community organization representative. • NEVER tolerate verbal exchange or engage in behavior that might be perceived as discriminating against an individual on the basis of the age, race, gender, sexual orientation, or ethnicity. I, , have reviewed the above Guidelines and Limitations. I agree to adhere to them while participating in my community PRINT YOUR NAME experience at as part of Psychology 445 (Community Psychology) at California State University at Los Angeles. STUDENT SIGNATURE DATE APPROVED BY COMMUNITY SUPERVISOR SIGNATURE DATE
Be flexible. Be willing to do what the teacher asks of you. There may be times that you will not directly work with the children, but instead the teacher needs you to staple papers for an hour. Sometimes, a job that seems tedious to you is a big timesaver for the teacher and allows the teacher to get more effective teaching time in. Please be open and flexible about whatever the teacher asks you to do. BE SURE YOU UNDERSTAND WHAT THE TEACHER NEEDS YOU TO DO: If you aren’t sure, feel free to ask for more clarification. NO CELL INTERRUPTIONS: Turn off your cell phone or place it on vibrate. It would be inappropriate and disruptive to make or receive phone calls during your classroom volunteer time.
Be flexible. The level or intensity at the service site is not always predictable. Your flexibility to changing situations can assist the partnership in working smoothly and in producing positive outcomes for everyone involved. NEVER… report to your service site under the influence of drugs or alcohol give or loan money or other personal belongings to a client make promises or commitments to a client that neither you nor the organization can keep give a client or organizational representative a ride in a personal vehicle unless the person is authorized for transport. DO NOT transport a child by yourself tolerate verbal exchange of a sexual nature or engage in behavior that might be perceived as sexual with a client or agency representative tolerate verbal exchange or engage in behavior that might be perceived as discriminating against an individual on the basis of age, race, gender, sexual orientation, or ethnicity take photographs of children or adults without explicit permission from your site supervisor In addition to the above expectations, as a participant in your community service- learning experience, you are also responsible for the following limitations.
Be flexible. It is important to understand that boundary plans are not completely inflexible. In fact, recovering sex addicts often spend a month or two (or a year or two) with a particular set of boundaries and then realize they need adjustment. (Recent developments in digital technology have caused many long-recovering sex addicts to revise their boundary plans.) That said, changing a boundary plan is never something a recovering sex addict should do on his or her own. Making changes should always involve input from the addict’s therapist and/or 12-step sexual recovery sponsor. Changes to boundary plans should never be made just because some “special situation” presents itself and the addict decides, in the moment, to make a change. Such behavior is not called “changing the plan,” it’s called “acting out.”
Be flexible. Understand that our itinerary can be disrupted due to any number of unforeseeable events.

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