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Surviving Your Child's Adolescence: How to Understand, and Even Enjoy the Rocky Road to Independence
Why is your teenager trying to drive you crazy? Find out what your child is going through and what you can do to help your teen and yourself navigate this difficult period in this practical guide from the author of the popular Psychology Today blog "Surviving Your Child's Adolescence."
From two bestselling authors and popular trainers, The Ten-Minute Inservice offers school leaders quick, simple, specific steps to take to make an immediate difference in teaching and learning.
Learn about the books behind the presenters, their speaking schedules and Wiley’s Annual Author Party.
Written by recognized authorities in emotional intelligence, this book will help today's high school and college students understand and develop their emotional intelligence in order to enjoy a richer learning experience and superior academic achievement.
A practical, step-by-step program based in both science and spirituality that shows how to foster gratitude as a daily practice using techniques such as keeping a gratitude journal, meditating, watching your language, cultivating new ways of seeing and sensing the world, and learning from spiritual traditions.
The Transparent Teacher outlines and illustrates a step-by-step process for breaking down professional isolation and cultivating opportunities for meaningful learning through the Teacher-Driven Observation process.
Effective school leadership is not the product of innate charisma, charm, or personality. It’s how a leader uses their time.
“Strategy.” It’s one of the most overused and least understood words in business. This is a problem, according to Howell J. Malham Jr. A big one. And it’s why so many “strategies” are doomed from the start.
The popular This I Believe series, which has aired on NPR and on Bob Edwards' shows on Sirius XM Satellite and public radio, explores the personal beliefs and guiding principles by which Americans live today. This I Believe: Life Lessons brings together treasured life lessons of people from all walks of life. Whether it's learning the power of saying hello or how courage comes with practice, these will inspire, move, and encourage readers.
A short, practical guide to the most helpful approaches and exercises that teachers use when working with adult learners.
Authors Shalom Saada Saar and Michael J. Hargrove, internationally recognized leadership development coaches, argue that leadership is the only sustainable competitive advantage in today’s marketplace.
Mentor: Guiding the Journey of Adult Learners (with New Foreword, Introduction, and Afterword), 2nd Edition
With a reflective new introduction and afterword and a new foreword by noted expert Lois J. Zachary, this reissue of Mentor will once again be a valuable and classic resource for all those who care about mentoring learners for success and fulfillment.
To Improve the Academy: Resources for Faculty, Instructional, and Organizational Development, Volume 31
This annual volume offers examples and resources for the enrichment of all educational developers.
Conversation techniques and tools that can help strong managers become great leaders
Just Lead!: A No Whining, No Complaining, No Nonsense Practical Guide for Women Leaders in the Church
A practical resource for aspiring leaders that combines empirical research with the authors' stories of their own and other women's experiences to help women succesfully navigate the transitions necessary to lead well in church and ministry settings.
The Wiley Learning Institute in collaboration with Jossey-Bass, is offering faculty, campus leaders, and business professionals the opportunity to participate in interactive professional development workshops in January
Former COO of eBay, LiveOps Chairman,Yahoo! and salesforce.com board member Maynard Webb offers a compelling look at the changing nature of work.
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.