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Working Together

Author : Angeles Arrien
ISBN : 1576751562
Genre : Business & Economics
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Gathering some of the best writing on working with diversity, this anthology honors a multiplicity of viewpoints as part of a larger evolutionary shift in expanding the planet's consciousness. Mikhail Gorbachev describes diversity as a key factor in creating a "new civilization"; anthropologist Riane Eisler proposes a partnership approach between men and women; and Suzie Williams offers diversity-based "recipes for synergy".
Category: Business & Economics

Working Together

Author : Margie Burton
ISBN : 9781616722791
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This book is about the importance of helping out at home.

Working Together

Author : Kurt E. Dongoske
ISBN : IND:30000085375073
Genre : Social Science
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Category: Social Science

Working Together

Author : Cynthia Estlund
ISBN : 0198035950
Genre : Business & Economics
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The typical workplace is a hotbed of human relationships--of friendships, conflicts, feuds, alliances, partnerships, coexistence and cooperation. Here, problems are solved, progress is made, and rifts are mended because they need to be - because the work has to get done. And it has to get done among increasingly diverse groups of co-workers. At a time when communal ties in American society are increasingly frayed and segregation persists, the workplace is more than ever the site where Americans from different ethnic, religious, and racial backgrounds meet and forge serviceable and sometimes lasting bonds. What do these highly structured workplace relationships mean for a society still divided by gender and race? Structure and rules are, in fact, central to the answer. Workplace interactions are constrained by economic power and necessity, and often by legal regulation. They exist far from the civic ideal of free and equal citizens voluntarily associating for shared ends. Yet it is the very involuntariness of these interactions that helps to make the often-troubled project of racial integration comparatively successful at work. People can be forced to get along-not without friction, but often with surprising success. This highly original exploration of the paradoxical nature--and the paramount importance--of workplace bonds concludes with concrete suggestions for how law can further realize the democratic possibilities of working together. In linking workplace integration and connectedness beyond work, Estlund suggests a novel and promising strategy for addressing the most profound challenges facing American society.
Category: Business & Economics

Working Together

Author : Pam Scheunemann
ISBN : 9781617868894
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Describes everyday actions, such as helping with homework, sharing chores, and playing on a team, that demonstrate the benefits of cooperation.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Working Together In Theatre

Author : Robert Cohen
ISBN : 9781137294487
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 73.31 MB
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Robert Cohen draws on fifty years of acting, directing and teaching experience in order to illustrate how the world's great theatre artists combine collaboration with leadership at all levels, from a production's conception to its final performance. This book challenges the notion that creating brilliant theatrical productions requires tyrannical directors or temperamental designers. Viewing the theatrical production process from the perspectives of the producer, director, playwright, actor, designer, stage manager, dramaturg and crew person, Cohen provides the techniques, exercises and language that promote successful collaborative skills in the theatre. Collaboration is vital to successful theatre making and Working Together in Theatre is the first book to show how leadership and collaboration can be combined to make every theatrical production far greater than the sum of its many parts.
Category: Performing Arts

Working Together To Improve Literacy

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ISBN : 9781551388120
Genre : Electronic books
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This practical book shows literacy leaders how to win the support of the whole school community and implement school-wide initiatives that improve student reading and writing. Exemplary reading and writing projects are introduced along with strategies for successful collaboration in a variety of situations. This comprehensive resource clarifies the role of coach or principal and recognizes how important the empowerment of teachers is throughout the collaborative process.
Category: Electronic books

Working Together Against Crime

Author : Victor Adint
ISBN : 0823922642
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Examines the problem of crime, why people commit crimes, and ways that teens can get involved in crime prevention to make their communities safer.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Working Together To Safeguard Children

Author : Great Britain
ISBN : 9780112711872
Genre : Law
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This publication contains guidance on the shared responsibilities and effective joint working practices between agencies and practitioners involved in safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, including statutory and non-statutory guidance. This revised guidance (which supersedes that issued in 1999 (ISBN 0113223099) has been produced in light of a number of developments, including the inquiry into the death of Victoria ClimbiĆ¢ (2003, Cm 5730, ISBN 0101573022), the Government's Green Paper ('Every Child Matters", Cm 5860, ISBN 0101586027) and the provisions of the Children Act 2004 (c.31, ISBN 0105431044). Three of the most important changes are: the creation of children's trusts under the duty to co-operate, the setting up of Local Safeguarding Children Boards (LSCBs), and the duty on all agencies to make arrangements to safeguard and promote the welfare of children. The publication includes statutory guidance relating to: roles and responsibilities, Local Safeguarding Children Boards, training and development for inter-agency work, managing individual cases, supplementary guidance, child death review processes and serious case reviews; as well as and non-statutory practice guidance relating to: lessons from research and inspection, implementing key principles, the welfare of vulnerable children, and managing individuals who pose a risk of harm to children.
Category: Law

Working Together For Children

Author : Gary Walker
ISBN : 9780826498175
Genre : Education
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A factual and analytical introduction to the systems and processes of multi-agency work with children and families. >
Category: Education