The Art Of Speedreading People

Author: Paul D. Tieger
Publisher: Little Brown
ISBN: 9780316845250
Size: 54.24 MB
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Shows readers how to identify key personality characteristics in order to communicate better

Cheetah Negotiations

Author: Michelle A. Labrosse
Publisher: MAKLAF Press
ISBN: 9780976174929
Size: 36.43 MB
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Negotiation skills are not just for pinstripes and power plays. They are for every one in every day life. Learn how to communicate your way to success and get what you want, fast. No matter what industry you work in, Cheetah Negotiations offers tools, templates and memorable acronyms to help you prepare for a negotiation at any level and become a master negotiator.

Resilience

Author: Jane Clarke
Publisher: Crimson Publishing
ISBN: 1854586440
Size: 37.73 MB
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This brand new book takes a positive and dynamic approach to surviving whatever life throws at you, exploring the range of skills, attitudes and abilities you need to survive and thrive in difficult times, both personally and professionally. While some people are more naturally resilient than others, the book asserts that resilience is a quality that can be learnt and developed, whatever your stage in life or personal situation. Based on extensive new research, and backed-up with real-life case studies and examples of people who display resilient behaviour (including those who have turned adversity into advantage), the book shows how you too can bounce back from bad times, learning how to take back control, know when to press ahead or cut your losses, and see opportunity where others see threat. The book concludes with a 10-point plan to help you pull all the strands together, building resilience, a skill for life. Key contents include: * Understanding yourself and your personal 'Resilience Quotient' * Making judgements and taking decisions * Assessing risk and solving problems * Managing stress * Being true to yourself.

Organizational Behavior In Education

Author: Robert G. Owens
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
ISBN:
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The Eighth Edition of "Organizational Behavior in Education" continues to analyze educational leadership in clear and realistic terms while considering how readers can effectively participate in school reform. Readers are challenged throughout the text to develop and act upon a game plan for implementing school reform. Issues arising from the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 receive major emphasis in this edition. The author continues to examine aspects of organizational behavior such as organizational culture, diversity, leadership, motivation, change, conflict, and decision-making while maintaining high standards of scholarship and a readily accessible writing style. New to this Edition: New Chapter 1, " In Search of a Paradigm, " discusses the major shift that was triggered by the No Child Left Behind Act and its emphasis on scientific research. Major revision of Chapter 2, " Toward a Theory of Practice, " adds discussion of new ideas about educational equality and how these relate to our assumptions about concepts such as the nature of intelligence and multiple intelligences. Chapter 8, " Adaptive Leadership, " explains how adaptive leaders can be effective in times of rapid change, uncertainty, and ambiguity. All research and references have been meticulously updated to provide the most current and useful information to readers. Visit the EdLeadership Supersite for this text at www.ablongman.com/edleadership where you will find important Organizational Behavior and Development links! Related titles: Ethics for Educational Leaders: A Guide for Decision-Makers, 1/e WeldonBeckner ISBN# 0-205-36091-2 Better Policies, Better Schools: Theories and Applications, 1/e Bruce S. Cooper Lance D. Fusarelli E. Vance Randall ISBN# 0-205-32152-6 Administrators Solving the Problems of Practice: Decision-Making Concepts, Cases, and Consequences, 2/e Wayne K. Hoy John C. Tarter ISBN# 0-205-38080-8 Educational Leadership: Changing Schools, Changing Roles, 1/e Judy Reinhartz Don M. Beach ISBN# 0-205-34103-9 Educational Goverance and Administration, 5/e Thomas J. Sergiovanni Paul Kelleher Martha McCarthy Fred Wirt ISBN# 0-205-38086-7

Couples And Family Client Education Handout Planner

Author: Laurie C. Grand
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN:
Size: 22.94 MB
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Includes 62 elegantly designed client handouts that provide information in a clear, user-friendly format Ideal for use in waiting rooms, at presentations, or as newsletters to help you inform clients and market your practice Enclosed CD-ROM contains all of the handouts that you can print out and distribute to your clients Help educate your couples and families on a variety of mental health topics The Couples and Family Client Education Handout Planner provides you with an array of ready-to-use handouts designed to educate your clients on a variety of issues and concerns related to their mental health and personal growth. This easy-to-use sourcebook features: 62 fact-filled handouts on various psychological and emotional disorders and life skills techniques Listings of resources where clients can go for reliable, in-depth information Handouts that provide educational information on a wide variety of mental health issues affecting couples and families, including addiction, depression, parent/teen conflicts, financial stress, separation and divorce, and many others A CD-ROM that contains handouts in a PDF format–allowing you to easily print out and distribute them to suit you, your clients’, and your practice’s unique style and needs

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Size: 41.70 MB
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