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Empowerment Training For Your Power Dog

Author : Dawn Antoniak-Mitchell
ISBN : 9781617812590
Genre : Pets
File Size : 84.24 MB
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In her latest book, Dawn Antoniak-Mitchell turns to the subject of managing and training what she labels “Power Dogs.” This grouping includes dozens of breeds who were originally bred to hunt game or to protect people and their property, many of whom were also employed as fighting dogs. These are physically strong dogs relative to their size, usually with a mix of ancient Mastiff and Bulldog ancestry, and some have more recently been bred to Terriers as well. These dogs tend to be protective, tenacious, and often exhibit aggression toward other dogs, but at the same time are playful, energetic and smart.
Category: Pets

Dissolving Co Dependency

Author : Paula Horan
ISBN : 0941524868
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 75.73 MB
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Co-dependency is one of the most talked about enigmas of our time. It evokes a full spectrum of responses in each of us according to disposition. Dissolving Co-dependency gives a very in-depth background to the real workings of the human mind. Each chapter is followed by a simple exercise to help the reader assimilate each area of understanding. You are also led step by step to a deeper grasp of your own personal idiosyncrasies which are keeping you stuck in robotic behavior patterns.
Category: Health & Fitness

The Agility Advantage

Author : James O'Heare
ISBN : 9781617812378
Genre : Pets
File Size : 41.99 MB
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Empowerment Training brings together a vast body of research on topics related to empowerment and general behavioral well-being, summarizing the research findings and providing practical rehabilitation strategies and tactics to address conditioned helplessness and response depression.
Category: Pets

Models That Work

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105007584894
Genre : Community health services
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Category: Community health services

Empowerment Training

Author : James O'Heare
ISBN : 1927744237
Genre : Pets
File Size : 80.35 MB
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Empowerment Training is a guide for professional animal trainers to understanding the concept of empowerment from a scientific perspective, how to train specifically for creativity, industriousness/persistence, and resilience (i.e., empowerment), and how to rehabilitate those exhibiting patterns of behavior consistent with conditioned helplessness and response depression (i.e., disempowerment). It brings together a vast body of research on topics related to empowerment and general behavioral well-being, summarizing the research findings and providing practical rehabilitation strategies and tactics to address conditioned helplessness and response depression.
Category: Pets

Empowerment Training

Author : Judy Ferris
ISBN : MSU:31293018342034
Genre : Electronic dissertations
File Size : 34.30 MB
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40 Activities For Training In Self Empowerment

Author : Lucy Seifert
ISBN : 0566076497
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 53.39 MB
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Self-empowerment training encourages people to take responsibility for their personal and professional lives. It aims to increase individual motivation at work and so lift the overall level of commitment to the employing organization.Lucy Seifert's manual contains a rich collection of exercise material to enable course participants to recognize, build and harness their inner power for the benefit of themselves and their employer.The topics include:- responsibility and initiative- asserting your rights- communicating clearly- contributing to the team- confronting difficult behaviour- resolving conflict and difference- encouraging and motivating.Each activity includes detailed guidelines for the trainer and ready-to-copy information and tasksheets for the trainee. Many activities can either be used in groupwork or adapted for one-to-one use. The emphasis throughout is on enhancing personal and organizational strengths in the workplace through training.The manual aims to meet the training needs of all those concerned to develop a positive, non-blaming organizational culture based on clear communication and shared responsibility.
Category: Self-Help


Author : William A. Guillory
ISBN : 0933241097
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 32.60 MB
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EMPOWERMENT by Bill Guillory & Linda Galindo is a must-read for anyone interested in creating a high-performing organization. This book goes to the heart of one of the most exciting management trends revolutionizing corporate America. As explained by the authors, empowerment is based on the belief that "personal growth is at the heart of organizational transformation." Through case examples & discussion of the philosophy of empowerment, the authors show how companies can improve their bottom-line by valuing & developing their most important resource: their employees. Organizational empowerment depends upon employees who are personally empowered & assume RESPONSIBILITY for their actions & accept ACCOUNTABILITY for the results they produce. This book makes clear the relationship between empowered employees, high-performing teams & organizational success, providing stepwise instructions for creating the kind of organization that can capture the hearts & minds of employees. The authors are the founders of Innovations International & have assisted over 200 organizations including Texas Instruments, Gore, Mayo Clinic & EDS in becoming empowered. Their knowledge gained from working in the trenches & the upper echelons of corporate America is evident in this exciting book. For bulk discounted orders please write, call or FAX: Innovations International, 4021 South 700 East, Suite 650, Salt Lake City, UT 84107, (801) 268-3313 or FAX (801) 268-3422. For bookstore distribution: Publishers Distribution Center, Inc., 805 West 1700 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84104, (801) 972-6338 or 1-800-922-9681 or FAX (801) 972-6570.
Category: Business & Economics


Author : David Gershon
ISBN : 1402764553
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 50.81 MB
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Through practical techniques, inspiring stories, visualizations and exercises for self-evaluation the authors aim to help readers shift their mindset for a better life, in a book that covers seven areas of life: relationships, sexuality, money, work, body, emotions and spirituality. Original.
Category: Self-Help


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ISBN : NWU:35558002654750
Genre : Electronic journals
File Size : 63.74 MB
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Managing Empowerment

Author : David Jenkins
ISBN : 9781448108732
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 71.46 MB
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Many senior managers are faced with the decision as to whether or not they should 'go' for empowerment. Their major concern is the likely effect of empowerment on mangers, supervisors, and the organisation as a whole. Empowerment has the capacity to bring about major changes in the roles of every key player, and ultimately leads to the emergence of a new organisation. This book examines the implications for empowerment at every level, including such issues as training, career paths, company communications and the ability to respond to the demands of the market place. It is supported by plentiful case study material, much of it drawn from the author's own experience.
Category: Business & Economics

Empowering Northern And Native Communities For Social And Economic Control

Author : Marc G. Stevenson
ISBN : STANFORD:36105017575015
Genre : Reference
File Size : 64.17 MB
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Describes the literature on critical/emancipatory and interpretive models for community empowerment, emphasizing information published since 1988, including case studies especially relevant to economic empowerment. Other annotations describe materials dealing with the role of the economy in community empowerment, self-sufficiency, and development. Economic development studies that enhance culture-specific values, traditions, and productive relationships are given special attention.
Category: Reference