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The Positivity Solution

Author : Shola Richards
ISBN : 1454918721
Genre : BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
File Size : 38.98 MB
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When Shola Richards s soul-sucking job left him feeling numb and suicidal, he switched focus and devoted himself to transforming the workplace into a space of relentless respect, courtesy, and endless energy. Meant to motivate current and future leaders, Making Work Work aims to start a movement that will banish on-the-job bullying, put meaning back into work, and enhance coworkers happiness and engagement."
Category: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS

Making Work Work

Author : Julie Morgenstern
ISBN : 0743250877
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 68.16 MB
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The best-selling author of Organizing from the Inside Out offers a revolutionary approach designed to help readers enhance performance, promote efficiency, and boost one's value and security without sacrificing one's personal life, offering tips on e-mail, multitasking, skills development, and more. 200,000 first printing.
Category: Business & Economics

Making Work Work

Author : Marcus Nodder
ISBN : 1908762896
Genre : Religion
File Size : 21.51 MB
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Eight studies showing God's perspective on work, whether at home, at an office or in a factory.
Category: Religion

Organizational Communication For Survival

Author : Virginia P. Richmond
ISBN : PSU:000046845221
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 78.42 MB
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Organizational Communication for Survival focuses on surviving and thriving in the organizational environment from a communication perspective. In fifteen simple chapters, this applied book shows employees and managers how to communicate effectively within organizations. This "survival guide for employees" provides concise and clear guidelines, along with a foundation of theory and scholarship, to help students learn to become effective communicators in organizational settings. For effective communication between employees and managers.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Making Work Work

Author : Scott Hunter
ISBN : 0974511102
Genre : Leadership
File Size : 53.68 MB
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Category: Leadership

Making Work Work For The Highly Sensitive Person

Author : Barrie Jaeger
ISBN : 0071441778
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 38.56 MB
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"This book gives highly sensitive persons (HSPs) strategies to build confidence, combat stress, and find work that is emotionally, financially, and creatively rewarding. Based on cutting-edge medical and scientific research, this fresh perspective on how readers can secure satisfying careers." -- WEBSITE.
Category: Business & Economics

Making Work More Equal

Author : Damian Grimshaw
ISBN : 1526117061
Genre : Discrimination in employment
File Size : 90.96 MB
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A tribute to the highly influential contributions of Jill Rubery, this book proposes a 'new labour market segmentation approach' for the investigation of issues of job quality, employment inequalities and precarious work.
Category: Discrimination in employment

Making Work Visible

Author : Dominica Degrandis
ISBN : 9781942788164
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 29.12 MB
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Today’s IT workers are drowning in nonstop requests for time, days filled to the brim with meetings, and endless nights spent heroically fixing the latest problems. This churn and burn is creating a workforce constantly on the edge of burnout. In this timely book, IT time management expert Dominica DeGrandis reveals the real crime of the century—time theft, one of the most costly factors impacting enterprises in their day-to-day operations. Through simple solutions that make work visible, Degrandis helps people round up the five thieves of time and take back their lives with timesaving solutions. Chock-full of exercises, takeaways, real-world examples, colorful diagrams, and an easy-going writing style, readers will quickly learn effective practices to create high-performing workflows within an organization.
Category: Business & Economics

Making Work Human

Author : Glen U. Cleeton
ISBN : UOM:39076005771873
Genre : Psychology, Industrial
File Size : 37.92 MB
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"The purpose of this book is to present a philosophy and psychology of work, which, if applied, will justify the title of the book by making work human. The book was written for representatives of management who are responsible for the work of others, and for those workers who are interested in the problem of work adjustment. The plan of development has been to mix fundamental theory with practical suggestions, in the hope mat both will be put to the test of application by those most responsible for the development of sound and workable human relations in business and industry. The primary thesis of the book is that work can be made fully as satisfying as leisure-time activities. Fundamental principles of human nature and their general application in work situations are discussed in the earlier chapters of the book, whereas the application of these principles to the solution of problems of work adjustment is stressed in later chapters. Chapter headings will indicate to the reader the relative emphasis on theory and practice. Each chapter may be read with understanding without reference to other chapters. However, since the first four chapters are a general introduction to those which follow, thorough mastery of the principles presented in the introductory chapters will prove helpful to the reader in extending his thinking beyond the work activities referred to in the practical suggestions presented in later chapters"--Preface. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2010 APA, all rights reserved).
Category: Psychology, Industrial

Making Work At Home Work

Author : Mary M. Byers
ISBN : 1441203826
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 80.75 MB
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As of 2004 nearly three million self-employed women worked at home, and women continue to start home-based businesses at twice the rate of men. Many of these women left the workplace by choice in order to stay home and raise their children. And though their numbers increase each day, resources for this growing market of entrepreneurs are scarce. Making Work at Home Work shows moms how to develop an entrepreneurial mind-set without sacrificing their families. It covers important topics such as developing a successful business philosophy, balancing time between work and family, setting realistic goals, and handling the challenges of being both "Mommy" and "CEO" while running a profitable home-based business. In addition to including her own experiences, author Mary Byers profiles real moms with home-based businesses who offer their hard-won advice.
Category: Business & Economics

Making Work Work For You

Author : Gary A. Hengstler
ISBN : STANFORD:36105062238345
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 40.18 MB
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"This manual ... is structured as a "roundtable discussion" of what styles and activities make for a successful law practice. ... focuses on the attorney's approach to dealing successfully with : clients, colleagues, support staff, judges and court personnel, opposing counsel, the family, and the media."--Preface.
Category: Business & Economics

Making Work Experience Count

Author : Sally Longson
ISBN : 1857035178
Genre : Education, Cooperative
File Size : 20.64 MB
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Category: Education, Cooperative

Making Work Visible

Author : Margaret H. Szymanski
ISBN : 9781107375598
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 72.97 MB
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In the 1970s, Xerox pioneered the involvement of social science researchers in technology design and in developing better ways of working. The Xerox legacy is a hybrid methodology that combines an ethnographic interest in direct observation in settings of interest with an ethnomethodological concern to make the study of interactional work an empirical, investigatory matter. This edited volume is an overview of Xerox's social science tradition. It uses detailed case studies showing how the client engagement was conducted over time and how the findings were consequential for business impact. Case studies in retail, production, office and home settings cover four topics: practices around documents, the customer front, learning and knowledge-sharing, and competency transfer. The impetus for this book was a 2003 Xerox initiative to transfer knowledge about conducting ethnographically grounded work practice studies to its consultants so that they may generate the kinds of knowledge generated by the researchers themselves.
Category: Business & Economics

Making Work More Human

Author : International Labour Office
ISBN : UCLA:L0050268374
Genre : Hours of labor
File Size : 56.15 MB
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Category: Hours of labor

Making Work And Family Work

Author : Jeffrey H. Greenhaus
ISBN : 9781317702733
Genre : Business & Economics
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Making Work and Family Work investigates the difficult choices that contemporary employees must face when juggling work and family with a view to identifying the smart choices that all parties involved—society, employers, employees and families—should make to promote greater work–life balance. Leading scholars Jeffrey Greenhaus and Gary Powell begin by identifying the factors that work against an employee’s ability to be effective and satisfied in their work and family roles. From there, they examine a variety of factors that impact the decision-making process that employees and their families can use to enhance employees’ feelings of work-family balance and families’ well-being. Covering a comprehensive set of topics and perspectives, this fascinating book will appeal to upper-level students of human resource management, organizational behavior, industrial/organizational psychology, sociology, and economics, as well as to thoughtful and engaged professionals.
Category: Business & Economics

Making Work Human How Human Centered Companies Are Changing The Future Of Work And The World

Author : Eric Mosley
ISBN : 9781260464214
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 43.95 MB
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How do you keep your employees engaged, creative, innovative, and productive? Simple: Work human! From the pioneers of the management strategy that’s transforming businesses worldwide, Making Work Human shows how to implement a culture of performance and gratitude in the workplace—and seize a competitive edge, increase profitability, and drive business momentum. Leaders of Workhuman, the world’s fastest-growing social recognition and continuous performance management platform, Eric Mosley and Derek Irvine use game-changing data analytics to prove that when a workplace becomes more “human”—when it’s fueled by a culture of gratitude—measurable business results follow. In Making Work Human, they show you how to: Apply analytics and artificial intelligence in ways that make work more human, not less Expand equity, diversity, and inclusion initiatives and strategies to include a wider range of backgrounds, life experiences, and capabilities Use recognition as an actionable strategy to create a truly inclusive, connected culture “The qualities that make us most human—connection, community, positivity, belonging, and a sense of meaning—have become the corporate fuel for getting things done—for innovating, for thriving in the global marketplace, and for outperforming the competition,” the authors write. By building a sense of belonging, purpose, meaning, happiness, and energy in every employee, you’ll create a profound connection between your organization and its goals. And Making Work Human provides everything you need to get there.
Category: Business & Economics

Welfare Reform And Beyond

Author : Committee for Economic Development. Research and Policy Committee
ISBN : 0871861372
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 30.92 MB
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Category: Social Science

Making Work More Human

Author : International Labour Office
ISBN : UCAL:B4265758
Genre : Hours of labor
File Size : 33.42 MB
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Category: Hours of labor

Free

Author : Chris Barez-Brown
ISBN : 0670923559
Genre : Psychology, Industrial
File Size : 83.21 MB
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Life and work are intrinsically linked. They are not separate; they are one. If we want to live an extraordinary life, we have to make our work equally extraordinary. When your work resonates with purpose, you jump out of bed every morning, excited by the possibilities the day holds for you. Everything else in your life seems to have a glow about it, and you exude much more personal shine. My aim in writing this book is to help you feel like that every day. To help you make your work work for you. To feel truly free. Reading Freewill: Remind you that you are fantastic and have the ability to do amazing things. Show you that work is your slave, not the other way round. Help you make work your ticket to an extraordinary future. Put you in the driving seat and show you a route to freedom. 'Successful people love what they do. Read Freeand you can too.' Marshall Goldsmith, Bestselling Author of What Got You Here Won't Get You There 'A burst of energy in book form . . . very tasty.' Mark Hix, Chef, Restaurateur and Food Writer 'Free will help you be more extraordinary every day.' Maria Eitel, president and Ceo, Nike Foundation
Category: Psychology, Industrial