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Peer Power

Author : Cynthia Clay
ISBN : 9781118227282
Genre : Business & Economics
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Peer Power "Peer Power is my pocket coach. Useful, insightful, and immediately applicable, the book is a life saver in building business relationships and resolving conflicts." —Pamela J. Schmidt, executive director, ISA – The Association of Learning Providers "Peer Power is a great resource, full of practical suggestions for employees, managers and leaders. Cynthia Clay and Ray Olitt have gone beyond giving us the usual platitudes for dealing with difficult co-workers. Through a series of case studies, they outline specific steps one can take to improve relationships across the board in a company or organization. I highly recommend Peer Power." —Fred Allemann, national learning manager, United States Tennis Association "If you are looking for a practical and engaging book to help you transform your interpersonal relationships, read Peer Power. You will find the key principles and strategies eye opening, simple and powerful. The case studies will help you better understand the dynamics of interpersonal relationships. The cheat sheets and worksheets throughout the book will help you diagnose and devise your own solutions to refine and build your interpersonal relationships at home or at work." —Ghenno Senbetta, learning team leader, US Pipelines and Logistics, BP America, Inc. "This book offers tools for improving interpersonal relationships, with the improvement always starting 'at home.' The content is presented for quick comprehension. Cynthia and Ray have gone to extraordinary lengths to deepen the readers' understanding of each concept and strategy with real life examples, along with questionnaires at the end of each case chapter." —Nancy Scholl, CFO, Wright Hotels, Inc.

Developing Talent For Organizational Results

Author : Elaine Biech
ISBN : 9781118219171
Genre : Business & Economics
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Praise for Developing Talentfor Organizational Results "Elaine Biech brings together some of the 'royalty' of Americancorporations and asks them to share their wisdom in increasingorganizational effectiveness. In 46 information-filled chapters,these 'learning providers' don't just sit on their conceptualthrones; they offer practical advice for achieving company goalsand the tools to make it happen."—Marshall Goldsmith,million-selling author of the New York Times bestsellers, MOJO andWhat Got You Here Won't Get You There "Recruiting, developing, inspiring, engaging, and retaining yourtalent are critical to the growth and success of all organizations.Developing Talent for Organizational Results is a rich resourcethat can help you cultivate your most precious resource."—TonyBingham, CEO & President ASTD and Co-author of The New SocialLearning "Hiring and developing talent is the area that I am mostpassionate about. . . . Developing Talent for OrganizationalResults covers all the important topics, uses multiple experts, andsupports learning with ready-to-use tools to develop talent in yourcompany. It is like having a million-dollar consultant sitting onyour book shelf!"—Mindy Meads, former CO-CEO Aéropostaleand former CEO/ President Lands' End The best companies win with highly talented, highly committedemployees—hiring and developing the best talent is essential.In Developing Talent for Organizational Results, Elaine Biechbrings together the work of many of the most renowned learningproviders in the world—all of them members of ISA: TheAssociation of Learning Providers. Filled with a treasure-trove of consulting advice from The KenBlanchard Companies, DDI, Forum, Herrmann International, Bev Kaye,Jack Zenger, and others, this book delivers the answers you want toimprove leadership, management, and communication skills; addresstraining, learning, and engagement issues; and shape the cultureand care for your customers to achieve desired results.

The Gratitude Formula

Author : May McCarthy
ISBN : 9781938289750
Genre : Self-Help
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SUCCESS IS A SYSTEM, NOT A SECRET! For many of us, success can feel unattainable, as though others were given a secret that the rest of us are missing. But author May McCarthy says that success is a system, not a secret. In The Gratitude Formula, McCarthy offers a definable, practical system that you can put to use every day to achieve success in your relationships, career, finances, health, personal pursuits, spiritual growth, and virtually any other aspect of your life. While her method is built upon starting each day with a grateful heart, the details of her 7-step practice are unlike anything you’ve ever seen before, and McCarthy teaches that implementing them on a daily basis is the key to creating a life that you love. In The Gratitude Formula, you will learn how to: CREATE POWERFUL, PRACTICAL, AND ACHIEVABLE GOALS DEVELOP YOUR SPIRITUAL INTUITION TO HELP YOU MANIFEST AND ACHIEVE YOUR DREAMS UNTANGLE FROM ANY DOUBTS, FEARS, OR BEHAVIORS THAT ARE HOLDING YOU BACK FROM ABUNDANCE SAY YES TO PROSPERITY AND LIMITLESS POSSIBILITIES McCarthy’s experience as a business strategist and successful entrepreneur has given her the tools to create success in her life and for her clients, and now she shares those tools in this book. The instructions contained in The Gratitude Formula are simple and clear, and if you follow them daily, you can begin to receive abundance and create a life you love.

Understanding Girls Problem Behavior

Author : Margaret Kerr
ISBN : 1119996074
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 83. 62 MB
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Understanding Girls' Problem Behavior presents an overview of recent studies by leading researchers into key aspects of the development of problem behavior in girls. Integrates interdisciplinary research into girls’ problem behaviors (e.g. aggression, antisocial behavior, rule breaking) Unique in seeking to understand girls’ problem behaviors in their own right Follows the maturing girl from adolescence to adulthood, concluding at the point where she herself becomes a parent and forms new relationships Gives attention to the critical contexts of problem behavior development—society and neighborhood, as well as family and peer contexts

Peer Mediation

Author : Hilary Cremin
ISBN : 9780335234868
Genre : Education
File Size : 90. 13 MB
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Based on the author's extensive work on peer mediation, the book provides a thorough account of theory and practice relating to an approach that can enable young people to resolve their own disputes – and those of their peers.

Ms Magazine

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ISBN : PSU:000047831919
Genre : Feminism
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Transforming Performance Measurement

Author : Dean Spitzer
ISBN : 9780814430095
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 52. 71 MB
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It's no secret that you can't improve your organization's performance without measuring it. In fact, every function, unit, process, and the organization as a whole, is built and run according to the parameters and expectations of its measurement system. So you'd better make sure you're doing it right. All too often, performance measurement creates dysfunction, whether among individuals, teams, or across entire divisions and companies. Most traditional measurement systems actually encourage unhealthy competition for personal gain, creating internal conflict and breeding distrust of performance measurement. Transforming Performance Measurement presents a breakthrough approach that will not only significantly reduce those dysfunctions, but also promote alignment with business strategy, maximize cross-enterprise integration, and help everyone to work collaboratively to drive value throughout your organization. Performance improvement thought leader Dean Spitzer explains why performance measurement should be less about calculations and analysis and more about the crucial social factors that determine how well the measurements get used. His ""socialization of measurement"" process focuses on learning and improvement from measurement, and on the importance of asking such questions as: How well do our measures reflect our business model? How successfully are they driving our strategy? What should we be measuring and not measuring? Are the right people having the right measurement discussions? Performance measurement is a dynamic process that calls for an awareness of the balance necessary between seemingly disparate ideas: the technical and the social aspects of performance measurement. For example, you need technology to manage the flood of data, but you must make sure that it supports the people who will be making decisions and taking action crucial to your organization's success. This book shows you how to design that technical-social balance into your measurement system. While it is urgent to start taking action now, transforming your organization's performance measurement system will take time. Transforming Performance Measurement gives you assessment tools to gauge where you are now and a roadmap for moving, with little or no disruption, to a more "transformational" and mature measurement system. The book also provides 34 TMAPs, Transformational Measurement Action Plans, which suggest both well-accepted and "emergent" measures (in areas such as marketing, human resources, customer service, knowledge management, productivity, information technology, research and development, costing, and more) that you can use right away. In the end, you get what you measure. If you measure the wrong things, you will take your company farther and farther away from its mission and strategic goals. Transforming Performance Measurement tells you not only what to measure, but how to do it -- and in what context -- to make a truly transformational difference in your enterprise.

Face To Face

Author : Meg McGavran Murray
ISBN : UVA:X000544122
Genre : Social Science
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In Face to Face noted commentators on the American scene explore ways of coming to terms with father's authority so that individuals may assert autonomy while preserving and enhancing a sense of community. Fears of all-embracing mother must be confronted so that women's authentic values can be released into the larger world. The book invites women and men alike to confront the obstacles of inequitable social structures, the elitist myths that sustain them, and the primordial fears that lie at their base. Outstanding contributors--Christopher Lasch, Dorothy Dinnerstein, Jessie Bernard, Marjorie Bell Chambers, Jean Baker Miller, and others--address the central issues: fathers, mothers, and the future of freedom; masters and monsters--mythical, religious and psychoanalytic perspectives; men and women as workers face to face; positive confrontation in the public world; and implications for the future.

Work Related Abstracts

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924078611476
Genre : Personnel management
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Transformative Learning In Practice

Author : Jack Mezirow
ISBN : 9781118045435
Genre : Education
File Size : 78. 15 MB
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Transformative learning in practice Transformative learning is becoming influential in all areas of the educational landscape. In Transformative Learning in Practice, leading authorities and practitioners working in a variety of national and international settings, including college classrooms, corporate workshops, online, and informal groups in rural communities, offer insights and a wealth of strategies for fostering transformative learning in and out of the classroom. Transformative Learning in Practice will help readers: Learn the most effective practices for promoting transformative learning Understand the most helpful ways transformative learning informs practice Find out how the teaching setting shapes the practice of transformative learning Discover the successes, strengths, and outcomes of fostering transformative learning Recognize the risks and challenges of practicing transformative learning This comprehensive resource includes an introduction to the theory of transformative learning, a brief overview of the growing body of research on the topic, and a discussion of areas for future exploration. Praise for Transforming Learning in Practice "Transformative learning comes to life in this powerful collection of real experiences which put transformative learning into practice in higher education, the workplace, and in community and social change education. Every chapter is full of candid insights from reflective practitioners about the challenges and rewards of engaging in transformative learning. A must-read for adult educators everywhere!" —Sharan B. Merriam, professor emeritus of adult education, University of Georgia "Mezirow and Taylor's book deepens our understanding of a central idea in adult education—that meaningful learning for adults is often triggered by a transformative experience. Readers are provided a rich array of approaches which help them to understand and facilitate transformative learning in multiple settings. Together these practices build a toolkit for those who would support learning that transforms." —Karen E. Watkins, professor, human resource and organization development, Department of Lifelong Education, Administration, and Policy, University of Georgia "Methods to facilitate transformative learning bear intriguing similarities across varied places and spaces. This book breaks through silo thinking and is for educators across formal and informal settings who are concerned with individual or collective transformation, whether in the 'North' or 'South.'" —Shirley Walters, professor of adult and continuing education, University of Western Cape, South Africa

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