Our bosses often have a significant impact on our careers. They have the ability to seriously affect our job satisfaction, efficiency, personal development and career advancement. Some bosses unfortunately have a particularly challenging personality and make our work-life a struggle. This guidebook provides the tools to help you deal with difficult bosses and the techniques to handle five key tough boss personalities: the bully boss, unappreciative boss, control freak, indecisive boss and self-centered boss. Thrive's A to B guidebook series is written for managers and executives who wish to develop their core skills and those of their teams. Thrive's guidebooks aim to support and challenge you in your learning and development with a blend of coaching and mentoring approaches. The workbook style of the guides, combined with advice and resources derived from the in-depth experience of top business leaders and executive coaches, allows you to make lasting improvements to your career.
Narcissistic personality disorder is a piece of the Cluster B group of disorders and is an emotional sickness that demonstrates as an excessive obsession with individual sufficiency, force, vanity, and notoriety. Individuals with NPD have all the earmarks of being egotistical or seem to trust they have an unjustified feeling of entitlement and exhibit pretentiousness in their convictions and conduct. They have a powerful urge for profound respect and acclaim, yet appear to not have any feeling of sympathy or capacity to acknowledge points of view of others. In spite of the fact that side effects are as often as possible judged as being unreasonably haughty and discernments are that the individual with NPD trusts that they are better than associates, the individual with NPD did beforehand feel inferior, insufficient and maybe a profound disgrace; the oblivious guards this undermining conviction by creating Narcissism.
Acclaimed negotiation expert Natalie Reynolds reveals the secrets to getting what you want.
"Encountering Personal Injury" is written for anyone who has professional contact with adolescents and adults who have a disability arising from a personal injury. The text provides a comprehensive introduction to the major injury groups for postgraduate students. It covers the conditions commonly experienced in everyday practice, such as traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, psychiatric impairment, mood disorder, anxiety and stress disorder, substance abuse, musculoskeletal injury, whiplash, back pain, amputation, burn injury, chronic pain, stroke, vision impairment or hearing impairment. The text arose from a background of some 30 years' teaching, research and clinical practice in this field. Each condition is introduced to the reader. Its educational, vocational and psychosocial implications are explored. Medical terminology is defined and explained. Anatomical and physiological illustrations are provided. Reports from court cases are used to provide realistic examples of the multiple effects of injury on learning, working and living. A total of 24 clinical case studies, discharge summaries and medical reports provide a holistic and bio-psychosocial approach to disability. Examples of questionnaire and relevant assessment instruments are provided. This text is written in an informal, easy-to-read and straightforward style. There is no pre-requisite knowledge. It will find applications wherever personal injury is encountered in career development, vocational and rehabilitation psychology, rehabilitation counselling, social work, occupational therapy and physiotherapy.
Originally published in 1930, this volume documents the years 1746-1757 from the perspective of an Irish slave-dealer, Nicholas Owen, travelling between Africa and America.
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