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Performance Success

Author : Don Greene
ISBN : 9781136767623
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 30.83 MB
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Performance Success teaches a set of skills so that a musician can be ready to go out and sing or play at his or her highest level, working with energies that might otherwise be wasted in unproductive ways. This is a book of skills and exercises, prepared by a master teacher.
Category: Performing Arts

Healthcare Management Optimization Of Resources And Determining Success And Performance Factors

Author : Dr. Imran Aslan
ISBN : 9781365335006
Genre : Science
File Size : 88.95 MB
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One of the aims of this study is to find weaknesses and strengths of healthcare industry by defining problems, finding solutions and suggesting some models through existing studies and analyzing current healthcare system in Turkey and other developed countries. These critical parts are tried to be modeled in case studies in each chapter such as dialysis analysis, breast cancer, congestion of system, stress, queues etc. Main problems depending on hospital type are defined and some solutions are tried to be developed. Later, the existing systems of the hospitals are generalized. Opportunities and threats of specific and general situations are determined in healthcare by SWOT analysis. Moreover, SWOT method and bench-marking are used to deploy strategies by TOWS matrix. This book can be used in every country to improve their current healthcare system and increase learning and awareness in health.
Category: Science

Performance Management Success

Author : Anthony L. Barth
ISBN : 9783319649368
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 59.23 MB
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This book provides managers, leaders and practitioners with a dynamic framework that links several variables associated with performance management which can be applied across organizations and industries worldwide. Based on empirical evidence and experiences, this book provides a critical understanding of the interrelationship of organizational culture with performance management process (PMP) planning and implementation. The elements of the framework are approached from a macro-level-view and are balanced with conciseness and realism based on applied success studies, making this book a valuable educational, training and development resource tool for leaders and managers at all levels. The topic of performance in organizations is like the weather—everyone likes to talk about it, but few understand what is truly happening—or understand why? Individuals and organizations are no different when it comes to performance, regardless of performance level of focus: individual, team, unit, or organization-wide. Teams and organizations often miss opportunities to not only improve performance, but also leverage and sustain high performance. Organizational performance, organizational culture and organizational success are interrelated and should reinforce one another. This can be achieved through an effective performance management process (PMP) that lives, functions and thrives at multiple levels within institutions. This book will help organizations and institutions achieve performance management success by identifying comment elements, along with some patterned variation, that are applicable to a successful PMP. Featuring hands-on resource reference tools for immediate use and application, this book is useful for leaders, managers, scholars, students and policy makers in management, leadership, and organizational culture.
Category: Business & Economics

Unity And Modularity In The Mind And Self

Author : Andreas Demetriou
ISBN : 9781134696017
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 72.94 MB
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This book explores the relationships between intellectual development, self and personality, and proposes a comprehensive theory which answers such fundamental questions as: how do humans become aware of themselves? How do people come to know and influence each other? These questions are answered on the basis of four empirical studies, highlighting the development of self-awareness in those aged from 10 to 20 years.
Category: Psychology

On The Art Of Singing

Author : Richard Miller
ISBN : 0195098250
Genre : Music
File Size : 70.25 MB
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A collection of essays looks at all aspects of the art of singing, from the physiology and acoustics of the singing voice to career building.
Category: Music

Planning Your Piano Success

Author : Stewart Gordon
ISBN : 9780199359141
Genre : Music
File Size : 42.92 MB
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Young pianists pursuing a professional career face a barrage of questions, choices, and challenges. In this book, experienced teacher and performer Stewart Gordon offers a new and practical way to approach them by helping readers to plan strategically and build a secure and successful career from the ground up. For decades, Gordon has guided young pianists through the details of how to prepare musically, navigate their college years, and forge a career that will provide a livelihood. In this guide to beginning that musical career, Gordon has assembled the wisdom of decades of teaching: a fundamental body of information emerging pianists will rely on as they work toward their goals. His advice, focused on both mental and practical work, will enhance both motivation and security. Carefully balancing aspiration with reality and inspiration with organization, Gordon creates a blueprint for transforming dreams into achievement, and illustrates his points with examples drawn from the lives of famous musicians. The book also addresses many practical matters, such as developing keyboard technique, acquiring reading and memorizing skills, building repertoire, and balancing the demands of being a musician with living a full life. This volume is a valuable resource for both young pianists and their parents.
Category: Music

Performance Psychology E Book

Author : David John Collins
ISBN : 9780702048753
Genre : Medical
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Performance Psychology: A Practitioner's Guide is a comprehensive, evidence-based text covering the key aspects of performance culture: performer development, preparation, training and execution. Written by a team of international contributors, including national coaches, training specialists, applied sports psychologists, clinicians and researchers, and building on strong links between theory and practice, the book shows how applied psychological methods and principles can be used to enhance performance Contributing authors offer clear implications for applied practice and each section is summarized by contributions from a 'Performers Panel' of experts who provide real-life practical examples. Performance psychology is applied to a wide variety of physical performance domains which enables practitioners to see how they can combine ideas and tailor interventions, to people and contexts, to produce effective applications of psychology. Dave Collins is Professor of Performance and Coaching/Director for the Institute of Coaching and Performance at the University of Central Lancashire. As a practitioner, he has worked with over 50 World and Olympic medalists, and in professional performance domains spanning sport, business, motor sport, music, dance and adventure. He was formerly Performance Director of UK Athletics, a rugby player, martial artist and OE instructor. Dave currently works with the Chelsea FC Football Academy, amongst other consultancies. Angela Button is a researcher at the University of Otago and is widely acknowledged as a world expert on talent. Angela has led funded research projects in talent development in the UK and New Zealand. Her sporting interests include squash, running and triathlon. Hugh Richards lectures and is Director of post-graduate programmes in Performance Psychology at the University of Edinburgh. He has published in the areas of coping, talent, individual differences and professional development related to sport, the military and music. Hugh has applied psychology to professional performers from international level sport to business. He currently works with the UK Motor Sport Association, international performer development schemes and has been advisor to the BBC on learning and performance. Strong links between theory and practice - a panel of top performers conclude each section with an overview, providing real-life practical examples in addition to the case studies included in each chapter. Holistic approach allows students to see how they can combine different approaches to address a problem. Written by a team of international contributors including national team coaches, sports psychologists and academics.
Category: Medical