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How to turn personal passion into an organization with impact
Seasoned writer and academic leader Jeffrey Buller provides a concise, practical, sensible guide for academic leaders who must conduct faculty evaluations.
Neil Cole (author of Organic Church) challenges established churches to transfuse themselves with the life-giving qualities and energy of Jesus' original vision for what the church should be and do.
This comprehensive, practical book provides the most up-to-date research on the factors that contribute to retention and strategies for increasing student persistence and retention in higher education.
This is a practical, comprehensive professional handbook for those working in and administrating college athletics, recreation, and fitness programs. It also serves as a textbook for graduate students in courses or programs on intercollegiate athletics and recreation administration.
Efrem Smith answers questions about his new book, The Post-Black and Post-White Church.
AIDS Ride Creator’s Manifesto on Lifting the Ties That Bind Nonprofits
An accessible guide to help classroom teachers manage their stuff, their time, and their energy. Author Maia Heyck-Merlin is the teacher time management and organizational guru and in this book she clearly explains her highly-customizable system. The templates and tutorials are also included on a CD.
Jossey-Bass, an imprint of John Wiley & Sons, Inc. announced today a publishing partnership with ASAE (American Society of Association Executives) to publish a series of 3-5 co-branded books annually, the first of which will publish in early 2013.
HR professionals' guide to creating a culturally agile talent pipeline
The award-winning, bestselling, classic book by Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner that has been the basis for the powerhouse leadership development business marks its 25th year in print with a new anniversary edition. Featuring an interactive companion App and over 100 new case studies, this fully revised edition shows that even when times change, the need for good leadership endures.
The Success Academies, charter schools in New York City featured in the documentaries Waiting for Superman and The Lottery, have in just a few years become some of the top schools not just in New York city, but in the entire state, with students' test scores besting even some of the most prestigious suburban public schools. What's their secret? Find out in this practical book from CEO and founder Eva Moskowitz and the schools' director of literacy, Arin Lavinia.
A practical yet theoretically driven book with solutions for educators and institutions for implementing social media tools to better meet pedagogical needs and increase learning.
An expert's guide to exploring business opportunities in the burgeoning Arab marketplace.
The long-awaited second edition of best-selling education title and landmark book in field of adolescent literacy. Helps teachers support underperforming students in reading complex academic texts across the content areas.
Jossey Bass Public Health experts are available for interview on the Supreme Court's controversial ruling of the Affordable Health Care Act.
Best-selling author and popular blogger Dan Willingham lays out clear, easy principles to spot what’s nonsense and what’s reliable.
From the popular radio series This I Believe comes this touching and thought-provoking compilation of original essays on one of the most fundamental of human relationships-fatherhood. The stories in this collection are engaging and meaningful, reverential and loving, sad and full of yearning - each one bringing memories to life and showing the true meaning of fatherhood.
Levearge Leadership shows leaders how they can raise their schools to greatness by following a care set of seven princples, or "lever," that allow for consistent, transformational, and replicable growth.
Artificial Maturity explains how our Generation iY and Homelander kids are growing up over-exposed to information and under-exposed to real-life experiences, causing them to be stressed out and confused, and offers solutions for how parents, teachers, and other youth leaders can help them acheive real maturity.