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PAF 101. Module 4, Lecture 3. “Experience is a hard teacher because she gives the test first, the lessons afterwards.” - Vernon Saunders. Agenda . Announcements Dale Carnegie Speaker Stephanie Pasquale For next class. Join the Student Leadership Institute.

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Experience is a hard teacher because she gives the test first the lessons afterwards vernon saunders

PAF101

Module 4, Lecture 3

“Experience is a hard teacher because she gives the test first, the lessons afterwards.”

- Vernon Saunders


Agenda

Agenda

  • Announcements

  • Dale Carnegie

  • Speaker Stephanie Pasquale

  • For next class


Join the student leadership institute

Join the Student Leadership Institute

  • Year-long leadership experience, earn credit through PAF 416

  • Gain practicum experiences across campus

  • Applications w/ recommendation form due April 4thwww.students.syr.edu/sliapplication

  • Interest meetings Tuesday @7pm in HL 211, Wednesday @ 3pm in HL 115


Competition points

Competition Points

Winners

Losers

Competition Points as of 3/24/2014


Dale carnegie presentations

Dale Carnegie Presentations

  • TA's present how they used DC to fix a problem they faced.

  • One Group will be called on to say what DC principle the TA used.


Dale carnegie principles

Dale Carnegie Principles

  • Don't criticize, condemn or complain.

  • Give honest and sincere appreciation.

  • Arouse the other person an eager want.

  • Become genuinely interested in other people.

  • Remember that a man's name is to him the sweetest and most important sound in any language.

  • Be a good listener. Encourage others to talk about themselves.

  • Talk in the terms of the other man’s interest.

  • Make the other person feel important and do it sincerely.

  • Avoid arguments.

  • Never tell someone they are wrong

  • If you're wrong, admit it quickly and emphatically.

  • Begin in a friendly way.

  • Start with questions the other person will answer yes to.

  • Let the other person do the talking.

  • Let the other person feel the idea is his/hers.

  • Try honestly to see things from the other person's point of view.

  • Sympathize with the other person.

  • Appeal to noble motives.

  • Dramatize your ideas.

  • Throw down a challenge.

  • Begin with praise and honest appreciation.

  • Call attention to other people's mistakes indirectly.

  • Talk about your own mistakes first.

  • Ask questions instead of giving direct orders.

  • Let the other person save face.

  • Praise every improvement.

  • Give them a fine reputation to live up to

  • Encourage them by making their faults seem easy to correct.

  • Make the other person happy about doing what you suggest.


Paf 101 march 24 2014

PAF 101 | March 24, 2014

Stephanie Pasquale

Deputy Commissioner, Department of

Neighborhood & Business Development

City of Syracuse


Goals of housing policy

Goals of Housing Policy…

…are not always about housing.

Effective housing policy should:

  • Preserve and expand the supply of good-qualityhousing units;

  • Make existing housing more affordable and more readily available;

  • Promote racial and economic diversity in residential neighborhoods;

  • Help households build wealth;

  • Strengthen families;

  • Link housing with essential supportive services;

  • Promote balanced metropolitan growth


Desired outcomes

Desired Outcomes

  • Components of Healthy Neighborhoods

    • IMAGE

    • REAL ESTATE MARKET

    • PHYISCAL CONDITIONS

    • NEIGHBORHOOD MANAGEMENT

  • Ask the question: “What strategies could be implemented to make change?”


What do we do

What do we do?

We are a funder (and a monitor)

More than 20 programs are supported annually by one or more of the following:

Community Development Block Grant - $4.7M

HOME Investment Partnership - $1.1M

Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) - $350,000


What do we do1

What do we do?

We develop neighborhood plans…


What do we do2

What do we do?

We use a LOT of data to develop the plans…


What do we do3

What do we do?

We work to assist the housing vulnerable…

Housing Vulnerable Task Force

Housing and Homeless Coalition

Reduce Lead Hazards

Support Fair Housing


What do we do4

What do we do?

We enforce state and local property codes

Vacant Property and Rental Registries

We work closely with the Greater Syracuse Property Development Corp. (or “Land Bank”)


Paf 101 march 24 20141

PAF 101 | March 24, 2014

Stephanie Pasquale

Deputy Commissioner, Department of

Neighborhood & Business Development

City of Syracuse


Outside speaker announcement

Outside Speaker Announcement

  • Mr. Chris Royce

  • Senior Vice-President of Primerica in Manlius, NY

  • Research this speaker and come to class on Wednesday prepared with questions to ask


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