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The New Professionals

Author : Charles W. King
ISBN : 0761519661
Genre : Business & Economics
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The new face of network marketing is revealed in a guide to the world of multi-level marketing and direct selling that focuses on the stories of ordinary people who tripled and quadrupled their salaries after overcoming their initial skepticism and embracing the rewards of this career opportunity. Original.
Category: Business & Economics

The New Professionals

Author : Randy Rieland
ISBN : PSU:000018353525
Genre : Baseball
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Supervising New Professionals In Student Affairs

Author : Steven M. Janosik
ISBN : 9781135465452
Genre : Education
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This handbook explains the rationale behind supervised practice, and addresses design, supervision, and ethical components that are relevant to both faculty teaching supervised practice courses and supervisors overseeing students on-site.
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The New Professionals

Author : Gross and osterman
ISBN : STANFORD:36105035250484
Genre : Professions
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Category: Professions

Multi Agency Working In The Early Years

Author : Michael Gasper
ISBN : 9781847875273
Genre : Education
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Getting multi-agency working right is an exciting but challenging goal in early years care and education; this book suggests ways to draw together the different professional ideas, methods, and targets. Enhancing the delivery of services to children, parents, and communities is essential if we are to address the detrimental effects of poverty and exclusion. Looking at the Birth to 8 age range, and drawing on interviews with Children’s Centre leaders, the book considers the benefits, and complexities, of multi-agency working; what enables, and impedes, good practice; examples of successful multi-agency working; leadership and management in multi-agency settings; and what the ‘new professionals’ look like.
Category: Education

Music Business Handbook And Career Guide

Author : David Baskerville
ISBN : 9781412904384
Genre : Business & Economics
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The new Eighth Edition of the Music Business Handbook and Career Guide maintains the tradition of this classic text as the most comprehensive, up-to-date guide to the $100 billion music industry. This new Eighth Edition expands on hot-button music business issues such as digital downloads, piracy, and record company transformations. Thoroughly revised, the Eighth Edition shares a particular emphasis on online music and its impact on the rest of the industry. The Eighth Edition also includes complete coverage of all aspects of the music industry, including songwriting, publishing, licensing, artist management, promotion, retailing, media, and much more.
Category: Business & Economics

The New Navigators

Author : Robert Baud
ISBN : 427490590X
Genre : Medical informatics
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The extensive use of the web by patients and laymen for health information, challenges us to build information services that are easily accessible and trustworthy. The evolution towards a semantic web is addressed and papers covering all the fields of biomedical informatics are also included. [Ed.].
Category: Medical informatics

Professionals New Managerialism

Author : Exworthy,
ISBN : 9780335198191
Genre : Business & Economics
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Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, there have been substantial changes to public sector organization and management. A key aspect of this change has been the emergence of a 'new managerialism' which appears to have challenged many widely held and established principles and practices within the public sector. This book explores the relationship between professionals (and professionalism) and the new managerialism by using in-depth studies from education, social work and medicine.
Category: Business & Economics

Ad Valorem Appraisers

Author : American Society of Appraisers
ISBN : UOM:35128000994721
Genre : Appraisers
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Samuel Butler Against The Professionals

Author : David Gillott
ISBN : 9781351550178
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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In the wake of the 2009 Darwin bicentenary, Samuel Butler (1835-1902) is becoming as well known for his public attack on Darwin's character and the basis of his scientific authority as for his novels Erewhon and The Way of All Flesh. In the first monograph devoted to Butler's ideas for over twenty years, David Gillott offers a much-needed reappraisal of Butler's work and shows how Lamarckian ideas pervaded the whole of Butler's wide-ranging ouevre, and not merely his evolutionary theory. In particular, he argues that Lamarckism was the foundation on which Butler's attempt to undermine professional authority in a variety of disciplines was based. Samuel Butler against the Professionals provides new insight into a fascinating but often misunderstood writer, and on the surprisingly broad application of Lamarckian ideas in the decades following publication of the Origin of Species.
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Reforming Fao Into The New Millennium

Author : Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
ISBN : 9251044228
Genre : Food supply
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This publication presents the principles that FAO has followed, detailing the measures taken and the results achieved to date. The major surgery carried out on FAO's structure, governance mechanisms and operational and financial procedures has lent a much greater degree of coherence to our wide-ranging and multidisciplinary activities. Considerable progress has been made in improving the planning, coordinating, monitoring and auditing of FAO's action in priority areas. At the same time, a concerted effort has been made to cultivate constructive partnerships - within the intergovernmental community and with civil society - that contribute to the Organization's lead role in achieving global food security, and hence to the successful accomplishment of its mission.
Category: Food supply

Supporting And Supervising Mid Level Professionals

Author : Larry D. Roper
ISBN : 9781118231456
Genre : Education
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Student service professionals promoted to a supervisory role face the challenges of supervising career professionals, office staff, graduate students, or undergraduates. Stress and anxiety naturally accompany the demands of such a job, particularly in the academic world, an environment that can require sensitivity to multicultural issues, supervision by virtual means, and navigation of an occasionally difficult, opaque hierarchy. The authors of this sourcebook blend research, personal essays, case studies, and their personal experiences to illuminate the needs and challenges of midlevel supervisors. Topics include: Dynamics of supervision Reflections on building capacity as a supervisor Developing a philosophy of self-authorship Managing conflict from the middle Supervising graduate assistants Effective strategies for virtual supervision Supervising across cultures Case studies in middle management supervision This is the 136th volume of the Jossey-Bass quarterly report series New Directions for Student Services. An indispensable resource for vice presidents of student affairs, deans of students, student counselors, and other student services professionals, New Directions for Student Services offers guidelines and programs for aiding students in their total development: emotional, social, physical, and intellectual.
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When Professionals Have To Lead

Author : Thomas J. DeLong
ISBN : 9781422131060
Genre : Business & Economics
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For too long, professional services firms have relied on the “producer-manager” model, which works well in uncomplicated business environments. However, today’s managing directors must balance often conflicting roles, more demanding clients, tougher competitors, and associates with higher expectations of partners at all levels. When Professionals Have to Lead presents an overarching framework better suited to such complexity. It identifies the four critical activities for effective PSF leadership: setting strategic direction, securing commitment to this direction, facilitating execution, and setting a personal example. Through examples from consulting practices, accounting firms, investment banks, and other professional service organizations, industry veterans DeLong, Gabarro, and Lees show how this model works to: • Align your firm’s culture and key organizational components. • Satisfy your clients’ needs without sacrificing essential managerial responsibilities. • Address matters of size, scale, and complexity while maintaining the qualities that make professional services firms unique. A valuable new resource, this book redefines the role of leadership in professional services firms.
Category: Business & Economics

The New Public Management In Action

Author : Professor of Public Services Management Ewan Ferlie
ISBN : 0198289022
Genre : Political Science
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This is an analysis of changes that have occurred in the organization and management of UK public services over the last 15 years, drawing on data from restructured NHS groups. It is particularly concerned with the extent to which a new type of public mana
Category: Political Science

Ad Valorem Appraisers

Author : American Society of Appraisers
ISBN : UOM:35128000994721
Genre : Appraisers
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The New Middle Classes

Author : Hellmuth Lange
ISBN : 140209938X
Genre : Social Science
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With respect to the developing and threshold economies, it is no longer the poor who are the only focus of media attention. Today, the new middle classes are about to take centre stage, too. With their lifestyles and attitudes, the new middle classes are considered to be both the products as well as the promoters of globalization. They are a highly heterogeneousgroup in socio-economicterms as well as in habits 1 and preferences, including their societal role as consumers and citizens. The ?rst wave of scholarly and political attention can be traced back to the mid-nineties. The focal point was surprise and unease about indubitable symptoms of consumerism which, until then had been seen as a characteristic of the richest western societies. However, since the nineties, consumerism has run rampant in - velopingcountriestoo.Thishasparticularlybeennotedwithrespecttotheemerging middle classes in South East Asia. The “will to consume seemed inexhaustible, and appetites insatiable. This rage to consume [...] was both celebrated and feared by political leadersand other social/moralgatekeepers,who beganto condemnthe p- cess as ‘Westernization’ and even ‘westoxi?cation”’ (Chua 2000: xii). Ever since, the debate about the lifestyles of the new middle classes and their role in society has gained momentum.
Category: Social Science

The New Volunteerism

Author : Barbara Baroff Feinstein
ISBN : 9781412829700
Genre : Social Science
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This unique volume is a case study of a successful and innovative program using case aide volunteers to deinstitutionalize mental patients. It will serve as an important reference for professionals, teachers, and administrators who are involved in the "business" of human services and require concrete information on how to develop effective volunteer programs to bridge the widening gap between services and needs. The authors use their particular program as an empirical blueprint for principles undergirding the successful use of volunteers as extensions of professional social service staff. The case-aide handbook appended to the volume provides a "quick prescription" formula for how this volunteer program was made viable and how these techniques can be adapted to other programs. In the new and enlarged edition of The New Volunteerism, the authors tell about "whatever happened to..." the case aides in their program, based on the responses to a questionnaire they designed and mailed to 100 of these men and women. Models for Volunteer/Professional Partnerships are defined and illustrated with creative and innovative volunteer programs reviewed by Feinstein and Cavanaugh. These programs serve many different populations, including: alcoholics, the elderly, the mentally ill, the retarded, abusive parents, and the terminally ill. Barbara Feinstein is a graduate of Duke University and Boston University School of Social Work. She has worked in a variety of settings, including medical centers, mental hospitals, family agencies, and school systems. She has held faculty positions at Boston College Graduate School of Social Work and Boston University School of Social Work. She is now the director of People to People Associates, a private social service agency in Newton, Massachusetts. Catherine Cavanaugh graduated from Hunter College of the City University of New York and received her professional social work education at Columbia University. She has worked in several family agencies and child guidance clinics in the New York City area. Now engaged in private clinical practice in Westchester and Putnam counties, New York, she specializes in the treatment of family problems and alcoholism.
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Job One

Author : Peter Mark Magolda
ISBN : 0761827846
Genre : Business & Economics
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"Places new professionals' stories center stage. The book focuses on nine narratives written by new professionals about their introduction and transitions into student affairs work. These stories document their joys and angst felt as they prepare to move from graduate school to work, search for their first student affairs position, assimilate campus norms, formulate a professional identity, satisfy supervisors' expectations, mediate cultural conflicts, and remain true to their personal and professional values. ... Also includes four chapters co-written by senior student affairs professionals and preparation program faculty who synthesize, integrate, and theoretically interpret the new professionals' narratives. Recommendations included in the final chapter focus on reconceptualizing graduate preparation program curricula and professional development opportunities."--Page 4 of cover.
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Mastering The Job Search Process In Recreation And Leisure Services

Author : Craig M. Ross
ISBN : 0763733741
Genre : Business & Economics
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Mastering the Job Search Process in Recreation and Leisure Services is a practical guide for those who want to work in the recreation and leisure services field. This book simplifies the process of securing a job or internship by explaining every step from both an employers and applicants point of view. Based on years of experience in hiring, this text offers honest advice on the best job search practices.
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More And More Plugged Social Representations Of The New Economy

Author : Alexandra Steinberg
ISBN : 9783832457310
Genre : Psychology
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Inhaltsangabe:Abstract: This study set out to explore representations of the new economy amongst business professionals in Internet enabled business. Going beyond the new economy- hype , the study was aimed at understanding the ways that business professionals make sense of the contemporary economy. In doing so, a social psychological perspective was taken, allowing multiple realities to emerge. Behavioural economists and economic psychologists conceptualisations of economic life are challenged. They hinge on the presumption that individuals act independently from their social environment and deviate as cognitive misers from a single legitimate economic rationality. By contrast, this study drew on a social constructionist framework. More specifically, it employed social representations theory (Moscovici, 1961/76; Moscovici, 1984), which rehabilitated common sense as a legitimate form of knowledge. The theory of social representations as a theory of knowledge proved as a sensitive and more sophisticated tool to analyse contemporary economy in its manifestations in professionals common sense. It is suggested to view the notion of common sense independently of role constellations. Given this framework, this study took a snapshot of the contemporary representational field of the new economy amongst business professionals. Particularly, the study was focused on exploring the taken-for-granted and beliefs underpinning discourses and symbols. Data from semi-structured interviews and an in-depth analysis of Web-sites highlighted new findings: Business professionals have constructed symbolic meaning centring around the notion of interaction. Economic and social beliefs were not separated: Interaction is the new economy. The new and seemingly unlimited digital connectivity was perceived as a challenge and triggered a symbolic creation of a new space - the faceless space of interaction. Meanings around the faceless space of interaction are constructed in strong contrast to physical proximity and shared experience in communities: the face-to-face space. From numerous interlocking discourses and images a core set of values emerged at the heart of the representational field, deeply embedded in professionals common sense. Representations of new technology, of business professionals skills and roles in the new economy, of space and time were informed by symbolic coping with the challenges posed by the faceless space. This was evident in situative [...]
Category: Psychology