We that have adapted or composed social welfare policies

We as citizens ofthe United States influence political decision making daily throughout theworld. We do this daily in the various things we chose to participate in, suchas the environment’s we place ourselves, the employment agencies we apply for,the organizations in which we associate with, the things we chose to support,lastly the politics we indulge in. All of these things contribute to the socialwelfare and well-being of the people in our society. It is important to understandthe social welfare systems that have been created and set forth so that we maybe able to set goals and asses the objectives we need to attain success. These welfarepolicies are very vital aspects to any political system. There are numerousamounts of other countries that have adapted or composed social welfare policiesthat will endure societal complications that alter mankind.

These complicationsinclude but are not limited to the programs set that aide the impoverished ofsociety. These governmentalassisted programs include the disabled, underprivileged, deprived, andunemployed persons that cannot accomplish or carryout goals to the best oftheir own ability. The insurance programs equipped for the less fortunate andmarginalized, and benefits to health and shelter, all contribute to what isknown as social welfare.

Much of the things we do enable us to influence and recommendon policies whether they should be improved, stay the same, or changedcompletely.As a mentor of Phases, an all-female mentoringgroup, I have been faced with many decisions that required great criticalthinking and attentiveness. When it comes to making decisions that you feelwill best represent your brand and the values that you stand for. You follow acertain list of morals that you believe is a structure preparedness thatenables you to make ultimate decisions that will benefit not only you but thepeople that have put their trusts and confidence in you to provide and protectthe many things that are being asked and expressed in your program.