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No Fear Management

No Fear Management

Author: Harry Chambers

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1574441191

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 282

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No Fear Management tackles the problem of what the authors dub "Third Reich Management." You'll learn the signs of abusive management styles and how they can not only destroy the morale of a company, but how they can decrease its profits as well. Best of all, you'll learn how to drive dysfunctional management out of your company and enjoy the results of a positive work environment. No Fear Management is written for today's professionals to clearly identify what is needed to succeed in today's workplace. This book serves as a guide for the development of the people skills needed to ensure that a business is successful in the changing work environment of the future. Management styles that are dictatorial, insensitive, uncaring, and abusive cannot bring success to organizations in the interdependent global economy of the 21st century. The rules have changed in the new American workplace. This book shows you how to play today's game by today's rules.

Management- No Fears

Management- No Fears

Author: Ian Millar

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781477230480

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 92

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Change is not a destination, just as hope is not a strategy. Rudy Giuliani This book is a roadmap of how to be a successful manager (anyone who supervises people) using well-proven and not-difficult-to-use tools and techniques and can be used across international boundaries. Keep it simple and use common sense is the way forward. Remember to use language appropriate to your audience. The reader will need some training and development to successfully use what I suggest and recommend.

No Fear Finance

No Fear Finance

Author: Guy Fraser-Sampson

Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers

ISBN: 9780749463885

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 264

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No Fear Finance is an accessible guide to the essentials of the finance and investment sectors for individuals who may be approaching the subject for the first time, or who are coming to it from a non-finance background. Covering the fundamentals of finance - including an overview of business finance, the basics of accountancy, financial risk and investment vehicles - the book removes much of the fear experienced by many people when confronted with complex financial issues, and enables them to gain a clear understanding of the basic principles of finance, to which more complicated financial models can then be applied.

Handbook of Terror Management Theory

Handbook of Terror Management Theory

Author: Clay Routledge

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 9780128118450

Category: Psychology

Page: 648

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Handbook of Terror Management Theory provides an overview of Terror Management Theory (TMT), including critical research derived from the theory, recent research that has expanded and refined the theory, and the many ways the theory has been utilized to understand domains of human social life. The book uses TMT as a lens to help understand human relationships to nature, cultural worldviews, the self, time, the body, attachment, group identification, religion and faith, creativity, personal growth, and the brain. The first section reviews theoretical and methodological issues, the second focuses on basic research showing how TMT enhances our understanding of a wide range of phenomena, and the third section, Applications, uses TMT to solve a variety of real world problems across different disciplines and contexts, including health behavior, aging, psychopathology, terrorism, consumerism, the legal system, art and media, risk-taking, and communication theory. Examines the three critical hypotheses behind Terror Management Theory (TMT) Distinguishes proximal and distal responses to death-thoughts Provides a practical toolbox for conducting TMT research Covers the Terror Management Health Model Discusses the neuroscience of fear and anxiety Identifies how fear motivates consumer behavior Relates fear of death to psychopathologies

Riparian Management in Forests of the Continental Eastern United States

Riparian Management in Forests of the Continental Eastern United States

Author: Ellen S. Verry

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1566705010

Category: Science

Page: 432

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The timing could not be better for addressing riparian area management and the resulting impacts of surface water. The Forest Service leadership team has identified water and watershed management as the issue of the upcoming decade. These factors and more have moved riparian forests to the forefront of environmental management. Riparian Management in Forests of the Continental Eastern United States gives you the tools you need to take on this task. Each day, thousands of natural resource professionals face the problems involved in managing riparian forests. The challenge: fragmented ownership, fragmented ecosystems, and diverse interest groups. The solution requires a multidisciplinary approach, drawing on a complex mix of government agencies, private interests, and local communities as exemplified in the following initiatives: Chesapeake Bay Program "Save the Bay" Inland West Water Strategy New York City Watershed Project The Pacific Habitat Strategy The Anadromous Fish Habitat Riparian Management in Forests of the Continental Eastern United States summarizes the state-of-the-art in the management of forested riparian areas. It serves as a desktop reference for natural resource administrators, educators, and on-the-ground managers from industry, consulting firms, and municipal, state, and federal agencies who routinely face the complex problems of protecting riparian areas. Features

Managing Power and People

Managing Power and People

Author: George J. Seperich

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781315289670

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 280

View: 138

This practical text offers management students as well as professionals a comprehensive guide to an essential management function: the use of power and authority to achieve specific objectives. Incorporating numerous case studies and examples of actual management experiences in both large and small companies, the book provides an effective approach to the use of power to manage people and projects successfully without fear of conflict. The work is based on a unique blending of management and leadership, combined to create a powerful influence on employees resulting in the "managed responses" required to reach the planned objective. Building on this principle, the authors demonstrate how managers can use the different types of power effectively in a wide variety of situations. They show how to make use of an organization's established power structure, and offer step-by-step guidance on the essential concept of FOCUS Management. Including learning objectives, case studies, and discussion questions, this text prepares students to apply what is learned directly to any working environment. An online Instructor's Manual is available for instructors who adopt the book.

Behavioral Approaches to Medicine

Behavioral Approaches to Medicine

Author: John R. McNamara

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781461591221

Category: Medical

Page: 311

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BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE: AN IDEA . . . As one of the first volumes on behavioral medicine, the authors and editor of this text bear special responsibility for placing the development of this new field in an historical and conceptual perspective with regard to the myriad events currently tak ing place in biobehavioral approaches to physical health and illness. Recognizing that the basic concepts embodied in behavioral medicine are at least several thousand years old begs the question of how behavioral medicine offers not only a new perspective but a potentially more productive approach to many of the age-old problems concerning the maintenance of health and the prevention, diag nosis, and treatment of, and rehabilitation from, illness. One must look not only at the historical antecedents of the field but also at the contemporaneous events occur ring in related areas on the social and political as well as the biomedical and behavioral levels to fully comprehend the significance of this movement, which has designated itself "behavioral medicine. " l", C. 'c. V! The past 40 years have seen the emergence, development, and gradual decli~eJof behavioral medicine's most immediate predecessor, psychosomatic medicine. Recent articles by Engel (1977), Lipowski (1977), Weiner (1977), and Leigh and Reiser (1977), attest to the frustration and concern of leading theorists in psychosomatic medicine concerning the future of this field.

Personnel Management in Government

Personnel Management in Government

Author: Norma M. Riccucci

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781466513648

Category: Political Science

Page: 510

View: 746

With over 20 million people on its payroll, the government continues to be the largest employer in the country. Managing people who do the nation’s work is of critical importance to politicians and government leaders as well as citizens. The great recession of 2008 put enormous strains on governments, highlighting the key role personnel play in managing under times of austerity as well as prosperity. A thorough examination of political and historical aspects, Personnel Management in Government: Politics and Process, Seventh Edition provides students with a comprehensive understanding of human resource management within its historical and political context in the public sector. It discusses the development of public sector human resource management, the present status of best practices, and important insights from current scholarship on all three levels of government: federal, state, and local. See What’s New in the Seventh Edition: Personnel reforms under the Obama administration Pension developments at state and local levels of government Labor relations reforms at state and local levels, e.g. recent experiences in Michigan, Ohio, and other states making big changes to labor laws and policies Changes to diversity and affirmative action initiatives across the nation Developments in performance outcome initiatives at all levels of government During the 36 years since the publication of the first edition, the authors have addressed issues that were not yet considered mainstream, yet have become so over time. The seventh edition is no different. It examines progress that public personnel professionals are making to address changes in the political, legal, and managerial environment of the current decade. Exploring developments and innovations in the management of people who carry out the government's work, the book introduces students to public sector personnel management.

Congressional Record

Congressional Record

Author: United States. Congress

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105131838166

Category: Law

Page:

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The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. It is published daily when Congress is in session. The Congressional Record began publication in 1873. Debates for sessions prior to 1873 are recorded in The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States (1789-1824), the Register of Debates in Congress (1824-1837), and the Congressional Globe (1833-1873)