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Two highly experienced consultants and academic leaders show the benefits and value of using Appreciative Inquiry, which focuses on getting more of what is positive, to respond effectively to the tumultous changes in higher education.
Designed for faculty at higher educational institutions, this detailed guide advises on proposal development and awareness building of issues related to grant work within an academic setting.
Helps academic leaders deal with their biggest problem--difficult faculty and staff--by providing a practical six-step model to handle everything from bullying to uncivil behavior to poor performance.
Essential leadership advice Peter Ducker’s most admired self-made billionaire: Mort Mandel
A real-world, ready-to-use guide to creating and implementing policies and strategies for the use of new media applications in government.
Social Media in the Public Sector: A Guide to Participation, Collaboration and Transparency in the Networked World
A roadmap for public managers implementing new media strategies in their own agencies
In his groundbreaking new book, noted expert on teenage and adult masculine behavior Andrew Smiler debunks the myth that teenage boys and young men are barely able to control their sex drives, which may lead to destructive hyper-sexuality, unwanted pregnancy, and sexually transmitted diseases. Dr. Smiler helps us recognize that the majority of boys and men do not fit this stereotype and that boys’ sexual development is multi-faceted.
The Literacy Cookbook: A Practical Guide to Effective Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Listening Instruction
Learn how to teach reading comprehension with proven methods that work with even the most hard-to-reach students.
Lencioni’s Wall Street Journal bestseller is now available as an engaging and transformational enhanced eBook.
This work offered by Dr. Paul Winum and Dr. Thomas J. Saporito is consistent with RHR's long-standing history of bringing expert knowledge, experience, advice, and counsel to the issues related to CEO succession. This book is designed to help businesses, leaders, and, most especially, boards execute their responsibilities with a heightened level of professionalism to ensure the sustained success of their companies.
Over the last few decades power, information and resources have moved from being concentrated in the hands of a relatively small number of people and institutions, to being dispersed across many. Events on the world stage such as the arrival of Wikileaks, the Arab Spring of 2011, the Global Financial Crisis, the social media revolution and flashpoints such as the British MP Expenses Scandal have further hastened this process.
Wiley presents the following career titles to help anyone develop and plan their next career steps.
The Problem with Math is English: A Language-Focused Approach to Giving All Students a Deeper Understanding of Mathematics
Shows teachers in grades 3-8 how to teach standard math content in a way that ensures students will comprehend the underlying concepts. Especially helpful for teaching ELL students and others who struggle with math.
In a new book, leadership coach and strategy expert Erika Andersen addresses this pervasive and pressing need from a new perspective – offering a strategic plan for how to lead so people will follow.
Drawing on his work leading high-stakes ideation sessions at more than 300 organizations, Bryan W. Mattimore explains the how, what, and why of successful ideation and provides a framework for when and how to apply various techniques.
With more than one billion users on Facebook and Twitter alone, social media has evolved from much more than just a marketing tactic; it’s transformed into one of the most effective communication tools available. Many books teach the mechanics of using Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube to compete in business. But few reveal the sometimes counterintuitive rules of creating true worth that is unique to the social space—you must continually deliver value when, where, and how people want to receive it.
Dealing With Tough Stuff covers all the trickiest parts of working as a school administrator, including handling discipline effectively, framing difficult staff conversations, conducting investigations, and dealing with school crises. These are all the things administrators aren’t taught in Ed school, but they must do well in order to be effective in the job.
A groundbreaking book that builds on Daniel Goleman’s emotional and social learning to foster a new type of learning, one that prepares young people for the ecological challenges we face.
The follow up from the best-selling The Networked Nonprofit, Beth Kanter helps nonprofits take the next step to measure their effectiveness
The "how-not-to" leadership book