Description : This next generation of U.S. citizens has the opportunity to shape the nation and the world. With knowledge of the foundations of citizenship and society, readers can make informed decisions and actively participate in their community and wider government. This book teaches readers about the civics concept of civic virtues through engaging text and colorful photographs. In this book, readers will learn why they should listen to others. This nonfiction book is paired with the fiction book I Can Listen (ISBN: 9781538363379). The instructional guide on the inside front and back covers provides: Vocabulary, Background knowledge, Text-dependent questions, Whole class activities, and Independent activities.
Description : This volume addresses the critical psychoanalytic issue of effective listening. While this issue has been discussed widely in the literature, most often the discussions are from the standpoint of technique. Listening to Others is among the first texts to consider the listening process from the so-called 'two-person' perspective—i.e., that which is aligned with intersubjective, interpersonal, and relational theories. The contributors to this volume all are well-known experts in contemporary psychoanalytic theory.
Description : Listening to someone in need is in some ways listening to Jesus himself. This book is for those who, having started on the lifelong adventure of listening to God, find themselves listening to others also. Such listening can take many forms: hearing their pain or turmoil - or sharing their joy - or providing physically for someone sick or hungry. Drawing on her own many years' pastoral and counselling experience, Joyce Huggett describes how to listen and respond effectively and shows vital ways in which you can learn to encourage and build relationships with others.
Description : This well written and accessible book introduces the reader to listening... to listening deeply to the other and listening to one's inner self. Refreshingly clear in its style, and free of jargon, it offers the reader an opportunity to gain invaluable insights into the world of others. Stephen Paul, Co-Editor, The Therapeutic Relationship: Perspectives and Themes (2008) PCCS, Director of The Centre for Psychological Therapies.
Description : "This book is the comprehensive reference source for innovative knowledge on electronic surveys. It provides complete coverage of the challenges associated with the use of the Internet to develop online surveys, administer Web-based instruments, and conduct computer-mediated assessments. This combination of how-to information about online research coupled with profiles of specific measures makes it an indispensable reference"--Provided by publisher.
Description : You can make a difference! Believe it or not, the most effective way to make an impact on the world is to make an impact on individual people. How do you do that? Through influence. In How to Influence People, leadership guru John C. Maxwell and his friend Jim Dornan tell you how to make a positive impact on every person in your life, from your children and coworkers to your customers and the barista at the coffee shop. How to Influence People will empower you to become a potent and positive influence in the lives of those around you without using a position or title. By “pouring your life into other people” (Dr. Maxwell’s definition of mentoring), “you can truly make a difference in their lives.” And when you make a difference in the lives of others, it makes a difference in your life too. Learn to perceive the stages of influence in your relationships and skillfully navigate your progress from perfect stranger to helpful confidant, to inspiring mentor and multiplier of influencers. Let this book impact your relationships, great and small, and make you a positive influencer and better leader in the lives of those around you.
Description : Speaking and listening, along with reading and writing, are essential components of literacy and learning development within the National Primary Strategy. This best-selling introductory text updates teachers on national developments and best practice in speaking and listening in the classroom through: speaking and listening issues: a review story-telling and drama oral and popular culture and media planning for talk across the curriculum the impact of ICT: software, email, internet, computer games.
Description : The words of the wise, famous, or simply experienced, can have a profound impact upon the behaviors and attitudes of others. Often, we underestimate the impressions made by carefully chosen words; words that have the power to embolden, encourage, uplift, and motivate one to greatness. With these concepts in mind, I have undertaken the task of composing this book with the intent to inspire young people to make better choices in their daily interactions with others. This will help build strong, permanent character traits that will help guide them to success and happiness. Throughout this written work are direct quotes of learned individuals, whose opinions and philosophies have spanned generations, yet have lost none of their intrinsic value as words to live by. The purpose behind using quotes is two-fold: 1.) To supplement the lesson being taught, and 2.) to inspire the reader to pay close attention to the words of others; in effect, to be an effective listener. I might also stress that, the quality of some one else’s words is not determined by whether they are famous or not. Wisdom can be harvested from the most humble of individuals, as well as the most celebrated. It is not confined to those known for the greatest intellect, but it is found within a vast array of socio-economic circles - among the great and the small. What matters most is whether one’s words are meaningful and if they can be of beneficial to others. If you would like more information about these programs, visit www.thequote-online.com.
Description : If you are among those who tremble and break into a sweat at the thought of facing an audience, or hesitate in offering an opinion, you are not alone. When this happens a few times, we begin to feel that spoken communication is not our forte and we begin to avoid it as far as possible, and when we cannot avoid it, we go through it anyhow, reconciled to not making much of an impact. Prof Meenakshi Sharma in Speak With Impact shows you how to get results and to leave a mark. Interactive, accessible, and with a host of useful examples, Speak With Impact equips you to sharpen your ability to leave an impact on others with your every interaction..