Strongly insistent, self-assured, and demanding behavior.
Individuals subjected to and adversely affected by criminal activity. (APA, Thesaurus of Psychological Index Terms, 1994)
Sexual behaviors which are high-risk for contracting SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES or for producing PREGNANCY.
Disciplines concerned with the study of human and animal behavior.
Social welfare organizations with programs designed to assist individuals in need.
One of the BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE DISCIPLINES concerned with the origin, structure, development, growth, function, genetics, and reproduction of animals, plants, and microorganisms.
The assessing of academic or educational achievement. It includes all aspects of testing and test construction.
Philosophy based on the analysis of the individual's existence in the world which holds that human existence cannot be completely described in scientific terms. Existentialism also stresses the freedom and responsibility of the individual as well as the uniqueness of religious and ethical experiences and the analysis of subjective phenomena such as anxiety, guilt, and suffering. (APA, Thesaurus of Psychological Index Terms, 8th ed.)
Highly pleasant emotion characterized by outward manifestations of gratification; joy.
Using an INTERNET based personal journal which may consist of reflections, comments, and often hyperlinks.
Health as viewed from the perspective that humans and other organisms function as complete, integrated units rather than as aggregates of separate parts.
A province of Canada on the Pacific coast. Its capital is Victoria. The name given in 1858 derives from the Columbia River which was named by the American captain Robert Gray for his ship Columbia which in turn was named for Columbus. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p178 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p81-2)
Official records of individual deaths including the cause of death certified by a physician, and any other required identifying information.

Competence skills help deter smoking among inner city adolescents. (1/45)

OBJECTIVE: To test whether higher levels of general competence are linked to more frequent use of refusal assertiveness that is in turn related to less subsequent smoking among inner city adolescents. METHODS: Longitudinal study conducted during three year middle school or junior high school period. A sample of 1459 students attending 22 middle (ages 11-14 years) and junior high (ages 12-15 years) schools in New York City participated. Students completed surveys at baseline, one year follow up, and two year follow up. The students self reported smoking, decision making skills, personal efficacy, and refusal assertiveness. Teams of three to five data collectors administered the questionnaire following a standardised protocol. These data were collected in school during a regular 40 minute class period. RESULTS: Based on the tested structural equation model, decision making and personal efficacy (that is, general competence) predicted higher refusal assertiveness and this greater assertiveness predicted less smoking at the two year follow up. The tested model had a good fit and was parsimonious and consistent with theory. CONCLUSIONS: Adolescent smoking prevention programmes often teach refusal skills in order to help youth resist peer pressure to smoke. The present findings suggest that teaching general competence skills as well may help to reduce smoking because youth with better personal efficacy and decision making skills are better able to implement smoking refusal strategies.  (+info)

Coronary-prone behavior among Japanese men. (2/45)

The Japanese Coronary-prone Behavior Scale (JCBS) is a questionnaire developed by the Eastern Collaborative Group Study (ECGS), a multi-center study of coronary-prone behavior among Japanese men in Japan. From the JCBS, a subscale was extracted consisting of 9 items that were independently associated with the presence of coronary artery disease (CAD) in patients undergoing coronary angiography (CAG). The subscale, named Scale C, represents job-centered lifestyle, social dominance, and suppressed overt type A behavior. To further validate the association of Scale C with CAD among Japanese men, the present study examined if such an association would be observed in a newly sampled population. The JCBS was carried out by 311 men undergoing CAG. The association between Scale C score and the presence of CAD was evaluated with logistic regression analysis that included established coronary risk factors. The Scale C score was significantly higher in subjects with CAD than in those without and stepwise multivariate logistic regression showed that the Scale C score was associated with the presence of CAD independent of age, low-density lipoprotein cholesterol, diabetes mellitus, and obesity. These results indicate that the Scale C score is independently associated with the presence of CAD even among a newly sampled population of Japanese men undergoing CAG. Scale C may reflect an important feature of coronary-prone behavior among Japanese men.  (+info)

Decreased risk of alcohol dependence and/or misuse in women with high self-assertiveness and leadership abilities. (3/45)

AIMS: To analyse dimensions of gender identity and its association to psychiatric disorders and alcohol consumption. METHODS: The study was performed in two stages: an initial screening (n = 8335) for alcohol consumption, followed by a structured psychiatric interview (n = 1054). The Masculinity/Femininity-Questionnaire was used as an indicator of gender identity. The final study group included 836 women. RESULTS: Leadership, caring, self-assertiveness and emotionality were dimensions of gender identity found in a factor analysis. Low self-assertiveness, high emotionality and to some extent low leadership were associated with increased odds for having bipolar disorders, severe anxiety disorders and alcohol dependence and misuse. Low self-assertiveness and high emotionality were not only associated with alcohol dependence and misuse, but also with high episodic drinking. CONCLUSIONS: There was an association between some of the dimensions of gender identity and psychiatric disorders and alcohol consumption. Further attention is needed in both clinical work and research.  (+info)

Client narratives: a theoretical perspective. (4/45)

The role of subjective client narratives in health care represents a clinical and therapeutic tool, useful in complementing objective, scientific data. Of particular interest to mental health practitioners is the role narratives play as a therapeutic tool to guide clinical practice. This paper lays a foundation for understanding the importance of narrative in the psychotherapeutic process. It provides a brief overview of narrative theory and methods of structural analysis in order to provide a theoretical approach that can be utilized by nurses to address clients' needs.  (+info)

Developing essential professional skills: a framework for teaching and learning about feedback. (5/45)

BACKGROUND: The ability to give and receive feedback effectively is a key skill for doctors, aids learning between all levels of the medical hierarchy, and provides a basis for reflective practice and life-long learning. How best to teach this skill? DISCUSSION: We suggest that a single "teaching the skill of feedback" session provides superficial and ineffective learning in a medical culture that often uses feedback skills poorly or discourages feedback. Our experience suggests that both the skill and the underlying attitude informing its application must be addressed, and is best done so longitudinally and reiteratively using different forms of feedback delivery. These feedback learning opportunities include written and oral, peer to peer and cross-hierarchy, public and private, thereby addressing different cognitive processes and attitudinal difficulties. SUMMARY: We conclude by asking whether it is possible to build a consensus approach to a framework for teaching and learning feedback skills?  (+info)

A randomised multicentre trial of integrated versus standard treatment for patients with a first episode of psychotic illness. (6/45)

OBJECTIVES: To evaluate the effects of integrated treatment for patients with a first episode of psychotic illness. DESIGN: Randomised clinical trial. SETTING: Copenhagen Hospital Corporation and Psychiatric Hospital Aarhus, Denmark. PARTICIPANTS: 547 patients with first episode of schizophrenia spectrum disorder. INTERVENTIONS: Integrated treatment and standard treatment. The integrated treatment lasted for two years and consisted of assertive community treatment with programmes for family involvement and social skills training. Standard treatment offered contact with a community mental health centre. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Psychotic and negative symptoms (each scored from 0 to a maximum of 5) at one and two years' follow-up. RESULTS: At one year's follow-up, psychotic symptoms changed favourably to a mean of 1.09 (standard deviation 1.27) with an estimated mean difference between groups of -0.31 (95% confidence interval -0.55 to -0.07, P = 0.02) in favour of integrated treatment. Negative symptoms changed favourably with an estimated difference between groups of -0.36 (-0.54 to -0.17, P < 0.001) in favour of integrated treatment. At two years' follow-up the estimated mean difference between groups in psychotic symptoms was -0.32 (-0.58 to -0.06, P = 0.02) and in negative symptoms was -0.45 (-0.67 to -0.22, P < 0.001), both in favour of integrated treatment. Patients who received integrated treatment had significantly less comorbid substance misuse, better adherence to treatment, and more satisfaction with treatment. CONCLUSION: Integrated treatment improved clinical outcome and adherence to treatment. The improvement in clinical outcome was consistent at one year and two year follow-ups.  (+info)

The REACT study: randomised evaluation of assertive community treatment in north London. (7/45)

OBJECTIVE: To compare outcomes of care from assertive community treatment teams with care by community mental health teams for people with serious mental illnesses. DESIGN: Non-blind randomised controlled trial. SETTING: Two inner London boroughs. PARTICIPANTS: 251 men and women under the care of adult secondary mental health services with recent high use of inpatient care and difficulties engaging with community services. INTERVENTIONS: Treatment from assertive community treatment team (127 participants) or continuation of care from community mental health team (124 participants). MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Primary outcome was inpatient bed use 18 months after randomisation. Secondary outcomes included symptoms, social function, client satisfaction, and engagement with services. RESULTS: No significant differences were found in inpatient bed use (median difference 1, 95% confidence interval -16 to 38) or in clinical or social outcomes for the two treatment groups. Clients who received care from the assertive community treatment team seemed better engaged (adapted homeless engagement acceptance schedule: difference in means 1.1, 1.0 to 1.9), and those who agreed to be interviewed were more satisfied with services (adapted client satisfaction questionnaire: difference in means 7.14, 0.9 to 13.4). CONCLUSIONS: Community mental health teams are able to support people with serious mental illnesses as effectively as assertive community treatment teams, but assertive community treatment may be better at engaging clients and may lead to greater satisfaction with services.  (+info)

Conduct disorder and antisocial personality disorder in persons with severe psychiatric and substance use disorders. (8/45)

Conduct disorder (CD) and antisocial personality disorder (ASPD) are established risk factors for substance use disorders in both the general population and among persons with schizophrenia and other severe mental illnesses. Among clients with substance use disorders in the general population, CD and ASPD are associated with more severe problems and criminal justice involvement, but little research has examined their correlates in clients with dual disorders. To address this question, we compared the demographic, substance abuse, clinical, homelessness, sexual risk, and criminal justice characteristics of 178 dual disorder clients living in 2 urban areas between 4 groups: No CD/ASPD, CD Only, Adult ASPD Only, and Full ASPD. Clients in the Adult ASPD Only group tended to have the most severe drug abuse severity, the most extensive homelessness, and the most lifetime sexual partners, followed by the Full ASPD group, compared with the other 2 groups. However, clients with Full ASPD had the most criminal justice involvement, especially with respect to violent charges and convictions. The results suggest that a late-onset ASPD subtype may develop in clients with severe mental illness secondary to substance abuse, but that much criminal behavior in clients with dual disorders may be due to the early onset of the full ASPD syndrome in this population and not the effects of substance use disorders.  (+info)

Clearly the concept and practice of assertiveness has a long history stretching back many centuries. Further, just as we apply the knowledge of modern science to the healing arts, so too can we apply the findings of behavioral science to help us better understand how to properly apply assertive responses.. In recent years assertiveness has garnered much attention in psychological science. The National Institute of Mental Health (2006) records that assertiveness training has been applied to a variety of problems including: depression, eating disorders, employment-labor-management problems, family issues, marital dysfunction, sexual communication, social dysfunction, and substance abuse issues. Assertiveness is a skill that can be acquired to communicate a necessary view or feeling in order to bring about a favorable psychological or spiritual result. This definition has two qualifications: 1) The assertive utterance should be socially acceptable; and 2) only when a minimal response fails to bring ...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Trajectories of patients with severe mental illness in two-year contact with flexible assertive community treatment teams using routine outcome monitoring data. T2 - An observational study. AU - Kortrijk, H.E.. AU - Schaefer, B.. AU - van Weeghel, J.. AU - Mulder, C.L.. AU - Kamperman, A.. PY - 2019. Y1 - 2019. N2 - Objective: Using outcome data collected routinely over a continuous two-year treatment period, we wished to distinguish homogeneous subgroups of patients with a severe mental illness whose psychosocial problems followed a similar pattern over time. By identifying the effectiveness of health services for different patient groups, this approach allowed us to identify patients at risk of deterioration and those recovering from their symptoms.Methods: In total we included 2,660 patients who were in two-year continuous contact with a Flexible Assertive Community Treatment team (FACT). We collected outcome data on psychosocial functioning, needs for care and quality of ...
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Assertiveness is the ability to speak up for yourself in a way that is honest and respectful. But it doesnt come naturally to everyone. Find out if youre too passive, too aggressive, or just assertive enough.
It amazes me how many people confuse the two. Many are under the false impression that bullies are assertive, when, in fact, theyre aggressive- too aggressive. So, how do we know the difference? Heres how: 1.Assertiveness is confident and respectful. It is never disrespectful, arrogant, or overbearing. When youre being assertive, your state your case…
Assertiveness - Top 10 Tips - When you arent feeling particularly assertive, its best to try something simple that youll remember, rather than trying to become a completely different person.
Visit the Assertiveness Inventory and complete and score the quiz according to the instructions provided. Then, write an account of what you learned about yourself from the inventory. Length: ½ to 1 page, double spaced.
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We are happy to review the Certificate in peer counselling which is hold at University of British Columbia, starting in fall semester. The UBC Certificate in Peer Counselling is designed to enhance self-awareness, establish meaning connections with others and develop basic counselling knowledge and skills. While completion of the certificate will not lead to specific employment opportunities, the program will benefit individuals and professionals who want to develop practical counselling skills without committing to an advanced degree.. Specific academic credentials are not required but participants should be comfortable reading, writing and communicating in English at a third year university level. An informal interview with the LCC Director or other member of the Peer Certificate Selection Committee will also be required. More information can be found on http://www.lifeandcareer.ubc.ca/peer/. ...
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A final and absolutely vital skill for maintaining a healthy balance between work and life responsibilities is the ability to be assertive when necess
The skills needed to say no when other people impose thoughts or behaviours on you because they do not align with your attitudes and beliefs. Also, remaining calm when provoked or tempted by others. Being passive, in contrast to assertiveness, is a means of compliance with the behaviours of others and a compromise of your individual rights and self-confidence. Many people adopt a passive response because they feel a strong need to be liked by others. People with this type of behavioural pattern typically do not see themselves as equals and place greater weight on the desires and feelings of others. This is also characteristic of allowing others to take responsibility, having others lead and decide for them. Continuing this behaviour can affect self-confidence, self-efficacy, and may cause feelings of inferiority. By practicing assertiveness and self-control you will go through life in a more confident manner, transferring and generalizing to other parts of life. It will help you create a ...
Other observed differences may not be inherent; they may well be due to cultural influences. We are finding out that many things we used to attribute to nature can be better explained by nurture. These cultural influences can be very difficult to tease out in studies, and mistakes have been made.. Are men really more aggressive? In most species, males are more aggressive than females. Castration of males usually has a pacifying effect on their aggressive behavior (just think of stallions versus geldings). Science told us men are more aggressive than women, and I assumed that was true. But recent studies have made us question that assumption.. Studying aggression is tricky. How do you measure aggression? Is it different from assertiveness? Do increased testosterone levels cause aggressive behavior or just facilitate something that is already occurring? Assertiveness and competition are influenced by societal expectations. Adults are more likely to engage in rough-housing with boys. Girls are ...
I saw an article this week on The Wall Street Journal online that literally made my blood boil. I saw the headline and I swear my blood pressure rose immediately. The article boldly proclaimed, How An Introvert Can Be Happier: Act Like An Extrovert.. Gasp.. Clinch fists. Take a breath.. I almost lost my marbles.. Then….I decided to read it. I understood from a marketing standpoint, the title could have been there to simply draw people in to read, so I waited to have a full-on freak out session.. I didnt end up having a freak-out session, but I did read the whole article. I remained a little disgusted with the premise of it throughout, to be honest. And if I may be so bold as to say - I strongly disagreed with what theyre calling research. Id like to see the data, the controls, the variables and everything that was involved in them publishing it.. From that article, the author quoted the infamous Susan Cain (who I hope to have on here soon for our Expressive Introvert series):. [quote ...
The present doctoral dissertation explores the connection between attachment, self-esteem, satisfaction with life, and the discomfort women feel when experiencing anger. These factors are essential in terms of recognizing the potential triggers of anger in female individuals and to its regulation, and thus to their ability of initiative and assertiveness. The theoretical part of the paper presents the results of studies to date that link anger with types of attachment, self-image, and satisfaction with life, as well as with the initiative and assertiveness in women. It was shown that said factors are closely connected not only with the feeling of anger and with the expression of this feeling but also with one another. Similar results are also expected in the present research. Minor discomfort when experiencing anger was associated with safe attachment, better self-esteem, and a higher level of satisfaction in life. No connection between types of attachment to mother and feeling discomfort when ...
A nice lady who sat beside me on a plane narrated her life after learning that Im a practicing psychiatrist.. I cant say no. Thats my problem for years. Im now 68 years old and I still try to please everyone except myself. I feel guilty if I say no. I should have seen a psychiatrist earlier in my life.. Honestly, I feel bad for her. She says yes to everyone except to herself. Shes too busy pleasing everyone and has suffered from it. Because she cant say no, people have taken advantage of her. Since she cant decide for herself, someone has to decide for her.. What is assertiveness?. Assertiveness is saying what you want in a polite way, without hurting anyone. To get a clear understanding of what it is, Ill also tell you what it is not. Asserting oneself is not being passive or being aggressive.. On one hand, being passive is a state of inaction and indecision, letting others run ones life despite hurt feelings. A typical example is a person who cant say no to the demands of ...
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Assertive community treatment (ACT) teams are an underutilized medical student teaching tool. This article describes the history, evolution, and structure of an ACT program and includes student reviews.
Press Release: Sep. 10, 2013 - Dr Alford established his own private practice since 2003 and has 15,000 client hours until now. He is also founder and president of the Middle East Eating Disorders Association. Dr Alford has a multicultural experience and proven adaptability to international settings. He has experience in the application of learning in the UK and applying this knowledge in the Middle East.. He is specialized in the support and treatment of:. * Eating disorders and related issues. * Smoking Cessation. * Mood and Anxiety Disorders (such as Depression, Phobias, Panic Attacks). * Compulsive Behaviours (Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, Addictions). * Traumas (such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorders, Grief). * Learning difficulties (Attention Deficit Disorders, Hyperactivity, Anger Management, Assertiveness Training). * Psychotic issues (Management of Schizophrenia and other specific issues). Dr Alford has appeared on several TV interviews to discuss various psychological topics in ...
We also ask that the client does weekly homework, as a catalyst for fast change. The PLP also includes rapid conscious and subconscious thought pattern change due to the Iceberg tool, which helps to identify the clients dysfunctional and helpful subconscious patterns. Many other therapies, such as CBT (Cognitive Behaviour Therapy), RET (Rational Emotive Therapy), Behaviour therapy, Gestalt therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Relationship Therapy, Grief therapy, Assertiveness training, Anger management, are utlized, as well as innovative tools to change thought patterns, reduce depression symptoms, and improve self-esteem…and more.. ...
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His Institute, The Suffolk Institute for Hypnotherapy also offers courses and training in Hypnosis and Clinical Hynotherapy, Advanced Clinical Hypnotherapy (Master Clinical Hypnotherapy certification), Neuro-Linguistic Programming , Assertiveness Training, Meditation Therapy, Schema Therapy, Somatic Psychotherapy, Parent Effectiveness Training, and Rational Emotive Therapy for practicing therapists and Allied Health professionals. Each seminar training and all courses are open to the general public and all are always welcome to attend ...
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Matter of Balance (MOB) is a researched and evidence-based program, designed to reduce the fear of falling and increase the activity levels of older adults. MOB classes are held for 8 sessions, two-hours each. During these classes participants learn to view falls and fears of falling as controllable, learn to set realistic goals for increasing activity, learn to change their environment to reduce fall risk factors, and promote exercise to increase strength and balance. This is taught through group discussion, problem-solving, skill building, assertiveness training, exercise training, videotapes, and sharing practical solutions.. Powerful Tools for Caregivers® ...
His Institute, The Suffolk Institute for Hypnotherapy also offers courses and training in Hypnosis and Clinical Hynotherapy, Advanced Clinical Hypnotherapy (Master Clinical Hypnotherapy certification), Neuro-Linguistic Programming , Assertiveness Training, Meditation Therapy, Schema Therapy, Somatic Psychotherapy, Parent Effectiveness Training, and Rational Emotive Therapy for practicing therapists and Allied Health professionals. Each seminar training and all courses are open to the general public and all are always welcome to attend ...
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation (NABEF) announced today the return of the Leadership Development Program. The program will be held October 25-28, 2012 at NAB Headquarters in Washington, D.C. The program targets broadcast professionals with three to seven years experience considered to be rising stars in their field. Attendees will participate in constructive peer and professional assessments. Session topics include navigating corporate culture, leveraging talents and work style, leading others for optimal performance and team-building.. Participants learn how to navigate challenges in the broadcast industry, approach new responsibilities and effectively lead others, said NABEF President Marcellus Alexander. NABEF is pleased to present this opportunity to broadcasters in the early stages of their careers. The Leadership Development Program is part of NABEFs career continuum to provide quality education for broadcasters at every career level. ...
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REFERENCE: Hovell, M.F., Sipan, C. L., Blumberg, E. J., Rodriguez, G. B., Kelley, N. (1997). Enhancing HIV prevention skills of separated/divorced women. Presented at the National Conference on Women & HIV, Los Angeles, CA, May 4-7, 1997.. Objectives: The primary aims of this 2-year study are: 1) to assess the level of condom negotiation and other assertive skills in divorced latina and anglo women; and 2) to test a behavioral rehearsal intervention by assessing differential change in trained womens skill levels relative to didactic training controls. Methods: A sample of 107 Latina and anglo women, ages 18 to 49 who experienced separation or divorce within the last 6 to 18 months completed a baseline interview and videotaped roleplay test and were randomly assigned to either ten hours of social skills training or didactic training. Targeted AIDS assertiveness skills included Condom Use Negotiation, Talking to a Friend About His/Her Risk Practices, and Introducing AIDS as a Concern in an ...
Despite studies showing a link between disordered eating and involvement in appearance-related sports few studies have examined the effectiveness of interventions designed to reduce disordered eating among female athletes. Canadian researchers looked at the effectiveness of a programme called Body Sense in 62 female gymnasts between the ages of 11 and 18. The Body Sense programme addresses: eating attitudes and beliefs, accurate information about body health, unique body size and shape, resisting pressures to diet, physical activity for enjoyment, helping an athlete feel good about herself, assertiveness, stress management, role models and promoting a balance between sport participation and life outside sport. Participation in the programme resulted in athletes perceiving a reduction in pressure from their sports clubs to be thin although no changes were found in body esteem, the girls perceptions of societys attitude to thinness or the girls parents ideas about thinness and dieting ...
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This study explored self-assertiveness of Jordanian students and its relationship with student engagement and academic self-efficacy in Arab Open University students. The sample consisted of 35 participants out of 109. Seventy-four students were removed due to the lack of seriousness of the respondents. The Rathus Assertiveness Scale (RAS), Self-efficacy scale by Chen, Gully, and Eden (2001), and the Student Engagement Scale by Gunuc and Kuzu, (2014) were used for data collection. Data was analyzed using means, standard deviations, and t-tests. It was found that there was a positive correlation between student self-efficacy and student engagement and there was also a significant positive correlation between reported self-assertiveness and self-efficacy. There was no significant difference between genders in the reported self-assertiveness measure. Students with the lowest income (less than 200 JDs) reported significantly lower levels of self-assertiveness when compared to the students who ...
One philosophy includes the standardization of treatment for victims and a view of victims as helpless and passive people, needing professionally defined solutions. Such a philosophy concentrates on the legal and medical services victims require. The second philosophy views victims as having only temporarily lost control over their body and needing help to regain their assertiveness. This philosophy sees women as capable of making decisions about recovery and of taking charge of defense against other attacks. We hypothesized that whether an agency held one or the other of these philosophies is contingent upon the agencys niche in the service delivery system of a community, particularly whether it tends to see victims within 24 hours after the assault or later. On the basis of interview with 37 agency directors or heads of sexual assault programs in agencies, we found that the timing of first contract with victims was correlated with the type of services the agency offers and to its embedment in ...
The phrase mental illness covers a huge variety of conditions. In general, however, people usually mean some kind of anxiety or mood disorder. Social anxiety, for example, is very common and often makes work hard to find. General anxiety, OCD and depression are other common disorders. Often, these sorts of problems are made much worse by having to work for someone. Others find an office environment unbearable, mainly because they have no choice about who they work with. For someone with social anxiety or low level depression, rude or obnoxious colleagues can make life unbearable. Indeed, that is true for people who suffer no mental health problems at all.. Thankfully, the digital revolution has created all sorts of new opportunities. In particular, it has made it easier to work for yourself. Those who do so often find their confidence and assertiveness improves. For example, if someone with social anxiety were to work in McDonalds theyd probably find the noise and pressure unbearable. And yet ...
Influencing People By Daniel N. Brown. Every day were confronted with situations where we need to influence, lead and persuade people. From persuading your children to clean their room, to convincing your boss to give you a raise. Its all about influence. Our ability to deal successfully with people determines the quality of our business life, our family life, and our social life. Ultimately, our success in life and in any endeavor will be solely determined by how well we influence other people. Our ideas will never see the light of day if we cant persuade others why its such a great idea. Excellent influencing skills require a healthy combination of interpersonal, communication, presentation, and assertiveness techniques. But, there is no right way, nor is there only one way to influence others. Everything is a factor when influencing people. Dale Carnegies How to Win Friends and Influence People gives an incredible insight into human behavior. If youve never read this classic book I ...
The Education Team offer a variety of training courses to help you to support service users to develop the self-confidence, skills and understanding they need to enjoy and take responsibility for their sexual lives, sexual health and well-being and to develop the quality and quantity of education and sexual health services in schools, further education and health and community settings.. We are available to offer information and guidance to services around the following topics:. Bullying and sexual exploitation * Abuse * Appropriate behaviours * Assertiveness * Body image * Confidence * Consent and the law * Contraception * Delaying sex * Emotional health and wellbeing *Friendships * Gender * Grooming * HIV * Healthy relationships * Internet/Online safety and sexting * Pornography * Pregnancy choices * Prejudice and discrimination * Puberty * Relationships and peer pressure * Risk taking and sexual health * Self-esteem * Sex * Sex and the law * Sexual bullying * Sexual pleasure and readiness * ...
Evaluations of interventions to improve communication with patients with advanced cancer have focused on impacting patient or doctor behaviours separately or the shared health communication environment. Few have targeted or involved caregivers or family. Patient interventions have generally focused on providing tools, such as QPLs, or training to increase assertiveness in meeting communication needs. QPLs are evidence-based lists of questions grouped into themes, which patients and/or caregivers are encouraged to ask their clinician. QPLs are often valued for showing the range of topics for discussion, assisting with question formulation and highlighting clinicians willingness to discuss all subjects.28-30. Our group evaluated the impact of giving patients a QPL in the first, second or third palliative care consultation in an RCT.29 Compared with controls, patients and caregivers who received a QPL asked twice as many questions, particularly about prognosis and EOL issues, provided the doctor ...
HOLLYWOOD -- Memorial Hospital is offering a weight-loss program for overweight children and adolescents. The 12-week program will meet Saturdays beginning Saturday at the hospital`s Health and Fitness Center. The program features lectures for parents and children, aerobic classes, support groups and behavioral techniques. Subjects include assertiveness, compulsive eating, self-esteem and peer interaction.
Peoples Political Consultative Conference, while serving mainly to endorse CPC policies. There have been some moves toward political liberalization, in that open contested elections are now held at the village and town levels, and that legislatures have shown some assertiveness from time to time; however, the Party retains effective control over governmental appointments. This is because, in the absence of meaningful opposition, the CPC wins by default in most electorates. The CPC has been enforcing its rule by clamping down on political dissidents while simultaneously attempting to reduce dissent by improving the economy and allowing public expression of personal grievances so long as they are not organized. Current political concerns in China include lessening the growing gap between rich and poor, and fighting corruption within the government leadership. The support that the Communist Party of China has among the Chinese population in general is unclear because there are no consistently ...
In recognizing emotions of others by non verbal cues and facial expressions, women are finer than men. A. Hannah is heterosexual. In fact, engaging in the appropriate nonverbal gender repertoire (and avoiding cross-gender behavior) is part of what some scholars refer to as doing gender well (West & … Play every minute of the both the regular season and the play-offs and players earn that salary at £1,396 per minute. Mass media becomes a primary tool that introduces and encourages individuals (especially young individuals) to participate in a gendered world … D. Only females learn to express emotions like tenderness and assertiveness. The social exchange theory of affiliation is based on which of the following … No matter which gender you were born, you definitely think and act like a male. … c. Men are about 10% stronger in upper-body strength when compared to women. Women tend to be more intolerant than men towards gays and there tends to be more homophobia among white majority ...
Common behavioural problems seen in children. Temper tantrums: A temper tantrum is an emotional outburst that is typically characterised by stubbornness, crying, screaming, yelling, shrieking, defiance, angry ranting, resistance to attempts at pacification, and in some cases, violence. Temper tantrums to some degree are seen in almost all children between the ages of 1.5 to four years. They actually signify development of assertiveness and independence in the child. If tackled properly, they automatically decrease with age. Sometimes they are severe and need evaluation.. Sleep problems: Children need at least nine hours of sleep every night. The requirement is higher in younger children. Young children may commonly have difficulty in initiating or maintaining sleep. Adolescents in particular are prone to sleep deprivation as they watch television or work on computer till late night. Lack of sleep leads to secondary problems like irritability, aggression, poor concentration and memory, and can ...
Life Safe, Play Safe (LSPS) is a skills-based health education programme that protects childrens health from HIV infection. LSPS expands young peoples awareness about HIV/AIDS and builds their skills in negotiation, assertiveness, coping with peer pressure and feeling compassion for those with HIV/AIDS ...
In the 1960s-70s, the relaxation of censorship, together with womens greater social assertiveness, led to the appearance of a substantial number of art and/or exploitative films that explored male/female relationships through sexual power games. A large sub-section, including Mario Bavas The Whip and the Body (1963), Luis Buñuels Belle de jour (1967), Sergio Martinos The Strange Vice of Mrs Wardh (1971) and Vicente Arandas The Blood Spattered Bride delve into what are presented as womens secret repressed desires and internal conflicts. Aside from his numerous Sade adaptations, Jess Franco also dreamily explored female characters who are both victims and tormentors in Venus in Furs (1969) and Succubus (1968). Henri-Georges Clouzots Woman in Chains (1968) and Alain Robbe-Grillets Eden and After (1970) create hyper-aesthetic worlds of kinky abstract obsession while in Kôji Wakamatsus The Embryo Hunts in Secret (1966) and Pete Walkers House of Whipcord (1974), the violence of amorous ...
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Mary Ellis, MA, LPC. Mary joined Beyond Today Counseling Center in 2015. Her career in counseling began in 1998 when she graduated with a Master of Arts degree in Counseling from Liberty University. Prior to becoming a counselor, Mary obtained a BS in Education from Valdosta State University (1976) and taught in the public school system for two years. Mary is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a National Certified Counselor. She is a member of AACC (American Association of Christian Counselors) and LPCA of GA.. As a counselor Mary served in county mental health, treating the severely and chronically mentally ill for two years; since 2000 she has worked in private practice. She is trained in Theophostics and was a Stephen Minister in her church. She enjoys the challenge of counseling couples and has done considerable work with depression, anxiety, grief, life transitions, boundaries, assertiveness, and spiritual issues. Although she has been married for over 40 years, she went through a ...
The field of Leadership Development began over a half-century ago, led by the philanthropic institutions in the United States, such as Coro Foundation and W.K. Kellogg Foundation. More recently, in the past ten years, there has been a strong focus on supporting the development of effective grassroots leaders through community leadership development programs. As participants have graduated from these programs, a critical mass of grassroots leaders have begun to make an even stronger impact in addressing systematic social change in their communities. While there is significant literature on different theories and models in the Leadership Development field regarding the structural and programmatic issues in leadership development programs, there is a minimal amount of information about the experiences of participants after graduation. The goal of conducting this study was to contribute new, in-depth knowledge about how to support graduates of community leadership development programs after the completion
Proactive Psychological Services range of skills includes psychological assessment and treatment in areas such as: - The psychological factors relevant to pain - Depression - Anxiety and stress - Trauma related psychological injury such as Acute Stress Disorder and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder - Adjustment to injury including Adjustment Disorder - Specific Phobia, including those arising from a traumatic accident or incident - Harassment, including sexual harassment - Interpersonal conflict, including assertiveness training. ...
Oak Street Health Leadership Development Program Oak Street Health is on a mission to rebuild healthcare as it should be. We are a network of over 90 community based primary care centers for adults on Medicare. Our national footprint continues to expand rapidly as we drive best-in-class clinical results and deliver an unmatched experience for patients. Our aspirations are high, and we seek teammates who are passionate about our mission and can help take us even farther. The Leadership Development program is an immersive experience in population health, general management, and leadership. The program is a combination of on the job learning in the mission critical role of a Population Health Director (PHD) PLUS regular ongoing training and skill building to support the development of leaders on the cutting edge of value based healthcare.. As a Population Health Director (PHD), you will design and implement innovative population health initiatives and programs to improve quality and cost of care, ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Cultural accommodation and language priming. T2 - Competitive versus cooperative behavior in a prisoners dilemma game. AU - Akkermans, D.. AU - Harzing, A.W.K.. AU - van Witteloostuijn, A.. PY - 2010. Y1 - 2010. N2 - This paper explores three arguments. First, cultural accommodation by living in another culture for a while may have a long-lasting but partially dormant influence on behavior. Second, foreign language is a prime, activating behavior associated with this language. Third, a foreign language is expected to be a particularly forceful prime for those who have lived in a country where this language is spoken. We explore this logic in a prisoners dilemma quasi-experiment that focuses on competitive versus cooperative behavior. Testing our predictions with 358 Dutch students, we found that previous exposure to an Anglophone culture with higher values for masculinity, performance orientation and assertiveness negatively influences cooperative behavior in a prisoners ...
Dr. Livingston received her doctorate from Loyola University of Chicago in 1990 and did her internship training at The University of Chicago Hospitals, Pritzker School of Medicine, where she later served as assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry.She later became Director of Behavioral Medicine at The Diamond Headache Clinic.Dr. Livingston has been in full-time private practice for over ten years.She is licensed in Indiana and Illinois and is a Senior Fellow through the Biofeedback Certification Institute of America. EXPERTISE. Psychotherapy. Individual, Couples, Group. Theoretical Orientation. Cognitive-Behavioral. Disorders. Depression, Anxiety, Personality, Sexual Dysfunction, Psychosomatic, Sleep. Behavioral Management. Pain, Stress, Weight Control, Smoking Cessation, Insomnia, Hypertension, Anger, Assertiveness. Consultation & Evaluation. Pre-surgical (chronic pain, bariatric, cosmetic), Expert Witness Testimony, Disability Determination. Psychological Testing. Personality, Career, ...
Despite a well-established framework of practical applications, evidence of the efficacy of music therapy in dementia care is inconsistent. This project tested a new evaluation protocol to look at clients participation in music therapy from the standpoint of engagement rather than cognitive abilities and behaviour. The first stage involved the development of a new scale of musical engagement to assess the clients engagement as a function of creativity, duration, energy, and assertiveness. In the second stage 12 elderly clients with dementia participated in 20 weekly music therapy sessions to identify potential relationships between participants level of musical engagement and their self-assessed quality of life. Results: While relationships between the variables were not statistically significant, there was an indication that increases in self-assessed quality of life may have been related to a decrease and/or stability in the level of musical engagement. Results also showed that the level of ...
If Chloe Can is the brainchild of former cabinet minister and Tatton MP Esther McVey. It works with schools to help career progression, planning and personal goal setting through the Gatsby Benchmarks, a framework for career guidance based on international evidence developed to support schools. Working mainly with girls aged 12 to 14, the charity helps children look at their progression opportunities, identify their attributes, and highlight which qualifications they may require for an array of jobs. It also teaches vital skills of Confidence, Assertiveness and Resilience (CAR programme) as part of their PHSE and career studies.. The charity is supported by over 200 role models who help the young people involved to achieve their dreams, with key involvement from inspirational women including Debbie Moore, the founder of Pineapple Dance Studios and the first woman in the UK to set up a public limited company (PLC), and Jo Salter, Britains first female fast jet pilot. Other industry-leading role ...
Despite many Chinese diplomatic assurances to the contrary, Chinese assertiveness in the South China Sea is an attempt to re-establish traditional Chinese hegemony in the region. Chinas strategy is taking concrete actions to solidify its claims in the South China Sea, and Chinese officials have underscored such perception.. China has asserted its claims for the South China Seas rich mineral, oil and fishing grounds by increasing patrols and escorts for its fishing fleets. The ships excursions regularly raise regional tensions. ASEAN foreign ministers meeting in Brunei in April 2013 agreed to pursue dialogue with China on a Code of Conduct in the South China Sea. ASEAN wants a legally binding agreement to discourage such aggressive moves. It would replace a ten-year pledge by the claimants not to cause conflict, known as the Declaration of Conduct.. In February 2014 the United States for the first time explicitly rejected the U-shaped, nine-dash line that China uses to assert sovereignty over ...
Not exactly the start you expect from a book with the words Blood and Mixed Martial Arts in the subtitle, but thats Merlinos point. This is a book about the world of cage fighting, which is exactly what it sounds like - a brutal form of combat for entertainment that takes place in the confines of a cage - but really, it is the story of men and women in and around the world of cage fighting, how they came to be there, and of their extraordinary drive and sacrifice in the face of pain and humiliation. One was a refugee of a war torn home, another a veteran of American war, for another it seemed like the only chance to rise from poverty. Aside from a brief history of the rise of the martial arts in the U.S., Merlino surrounds his hard-edged portraits with a narrative that is concerned with answering the question - why should we care. It is here that his book has the most to offer the naive reader. The thrust of Beast is the idea of the cage as a forum for assertiveness and rage, emotions, ...
I have tried each flavor once so far. All of the flavors are mild, subtle tastes - no assertiveness here. Although I am a bit of a sugar junkie, I also like sour, tangy flavors. So my favorites so far are Tri-Berry and Lemon+Lime. Citrus Fruit is also good, but Im not at all sure about Kona Cola. Its possible that Im far too conditioned to carbonated and heavily sweetened cola drinks. I thought that Kona Cola tasted kind of like a cola soda that had been left alone too long with ice melting into it. There is a mildly sweet taste to the drinks, which I suspect is provided by sorbitol, a naturally-occurring sugar alcohol. Nuun says sorbitol is a necessary ingredient to help it work as a tablet but its at really low levels. Sorbitol is the second ingredient listed; however there are less than three calories per serving (remember one tab makes two servings) so it would seem the levels are low ...
However, program components that address certain key competencies, such as managing change, exhibiting agility and developing global strategies, were cited in the report as areas that need improvement.. The lack of mastery is the big thing, and we have a long way to go in terms of that mastery, Edwards said. We have identified the right competencies. We just need to get better at them.. High-performing multinational and global companies offer global leadership development opportunities to a broader segment of their workforce as opposed to limiting such training to high-potential employees. Theyre more than twice as likely as low-performing companies to include any manager who expresses interest in global leadership development in their program.. In addition, senior executives are becoming more directly involved in their organizations global leadership development programs, notably regarding business needs and communicating how the program relates to the business goals. Such involvement ...
The Fall Institute focuses on institutions intending to develop or enhance programs for faculty and administrator leadership development. This effort coincides with the work of AACP leadership to enhance leadership development programs within the Academy. Attendees will return to their institutions with an action plan to create or add to existing programs.
The Administrator Leadership Development Program (ALDP), an AACOM Leadership Institute offering, is for osteopathic administrative leaders serving as department chairs, vice chairs, directors, heads, assistant deans, and associate deans (henceforth referred to as administrators) who lead departments and programs at U.S. colleges of osteopathic medicine (COMs).. The program assists new and experienced administrators with similar academic and administrative responsibilities to develop and enhance critical leadership and management competencies. The Institutes objective is to ensure that Fellows have a positive impact on their institutions, and that COMs have the leadership necessary to meet the challenges and identify the opportunities presented by a dynamic health care environment.. ...
AACOMs Senior Leadership Development Program (SLDP) is for individuals in senior leadership positions at U.S. Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine (COMs). The program assists new and experienced deans, current, interim, or designated deans, and others identified by their schools as potential future deans to develop and enhance critical leadership and management competencies. SLDPs objective is to ensure that Fellows have a positive impact on their institutions, and that COMs have the leadership necessary to meet the challenges and identify the opportunities presented by a dynamic health care environment ...
The African Leadership Development Programme (ALDP) is an online NQF 6 short course offered through Stellenbosch University. The aim is to provide participants with an opportunity to explore African identity and leadership through an Afrocentric lens, over an engaging and innovative online platform. The course is focused on unpacking and critically reflecting upon the past, present and future of African leadership offering participants an opportunity to co-create and envision a future for African leadership with fellow Africans ...
Program Objectives - PLD is a comprehensive, accelerated leadership development program that puts you on the fast track to greater leadership responsibilities.
The ASRT Student Leadership Development Program offers students a chance to get to know the ASRT, attend educational sessions, and network with medical imaging and radiation therapy professionals.
Community Healthlink, Inc. has a job for Clinician - Program for Assertive Community Treatment, 589779683 in Worcester, MA. View job details and apply for the job.
Erin Strain. SRUs Leadership Development Center (LDC) provides exceptional programs that engage students, faculty, staff, and community members through experiential learning opportunities. The staff at the LDC is comprised of both professional and student workers who bring a variety of expertise, knowledge, and diversity to our team. Programming at the LDC includes experience-based academic labs, student engagement, leadership & professional development workshops, and staff retreats, just to name a few! Each of these experiences is unique and customized for the groups we serve. Our programming is complemented by our facilities: a 2,200 sq. ft. training center and a military designed leadership reaction course. As a resource to the entire campus and the greater Slippery Rock community, the LDC is here for your group. Lodging is also available in the summer. ...
Michelle Dorsey, MD, Chief of Radiology at the Phoenix VA Health Care System, is now the first Department of Veterans Affairs physician to earn a White House Leadership Fellowship in the history of the prestigious leadership development program. The White House Leadership Development Program, sponsored by Executive Office of the President and supported by the Presidents Management Council and the Performance Improvement Council, harnesses the top talent from across government to support implementation of key priorities and address mission critical challenges, such as the Cross-Agency Priority Goals in the Presidents Management Agenda. Fellows work on the Federal Governments most significant and highest impact problems that require the coordination of multiple Federal Agencies to succeed. The goal of the program is to build a cadre of enterprise-wide government leaders with strong inter-agency experience and exposure to a broad cross-section of government.. In October, Dorsey will relocate to ...
Steven Yeh MD being recognized by AAO LDP Director Linda Tsai, MD and Senior Secretary for Advocacy Dan Briceland, MD. In January 2019, Dr Yeh took part in a 2 ½ day interactive session in San Francisco covering a wide variety of leadership and association management topics. The meeting also included a visit to AAO headquarters to hear from the 2019 Academy President George Williams, MD, MD, CEO David Parke II, MD and Academy Vice Presidents on key priorities for the Academy. During the final LDP XXI session in San Francisco, Dr Yeh heard from leadership of the AAO and the Pan-American Association of Ophthalmology regarding global collaborative efforts and key priority issues for organized ophthalmology and was encouraged to put his leadership skills to good use.. ...
Level Adjusted Options. This part of the program provides participants who have different levels of prior experience, knowledge and competence with level-appropriate learning and development opportunities. For example, a high potential individual contributor with great industry acumen and technical skills who has never held a leadership or management role will have different training needs compared to a mid-level manager with many years of experience leading people, yet who is new to a particular industry. Both of these types of participant will have very different development needs compared to an executive who is preparing to step into a C-Suite role. Providing two or three development tracks based on the levels of the participants is a great way to add value to each group without dumbing down content or losing some participants who are new to leadership ...
OHR offers a series of seminars and workshops designed specifically for those in supervisory and managerial positions. New supervisors are encouraged to start with the required trainings and follow up with the suggested courses. For more experienced supervisors and managers, there are many courses focusing on areas such as interpersonal competencies, organizational development, and performance management. View the Leadership Lab Series Offerings for 17/18. ...
The new higher education environment creates a need for real collaboration between professional services departments where managers now face the challenge of developing approaches for successful cross-service working. Leaders of the future will also tackle increasing complexity in the relationships they build with external stakeholders. This programme is designed to support and challenge participants through the changes they face in their careers. It is about inspiring the professional leader.. The Future Leaders Programme provides a unique opportunity for experienced professional services staff - such as library, ICT, finance and procurement, student services, and related activities - to deepen their understanding and leadership ability and develop their potential. It is for those who aspire to a strategic role within professional services and who have proven management experience.. FLP has been developed in collaboration with SCONUL, UCISA and The British Library, and is now also supported by ...
Leadership teams in organizations must ensure learning happens continuously and is part of its operating cycle, says Tucks Vijay Govindarajan by IEDP
Hospital News is Canadas health care newspaper since 1987. Hospital News covers developments and issues that affect all health care professionals, administrators, patients, visitors and students. Hospital News is published monthly and is made available in distribution racks placed in high traffic areas in hospitals and related institutions across the country. It is also available by subscription ...
KAPLAN and CROWLEY, LA - As growers know all too well, sometimes the weather just cooperates. Such was the case this week when torrential and dangerous rains in some areas during the day suddenly gave way to cool evenings and one of the mildest LSU Field Days most can remember.. On Wednesday, the LSU H. Rouse Caffey Rice Research Station in Crowley hosted the 107th annual rice field day to large crowds and insightful presentations led by Dr. Steve Linscombe with other researchers from LSU, Mississippi State, Texas A&M, and private industry.. New varieties - including a Clearfield hybrid; fungicide timing; the impact of Provisia, a new herbicide-tolerant technology, on weed control; and pests - including a new threat from Central America now being tracked in Texas; were covered during the field tours. Researchers also shared the latest information on promising new techniques to maximize ratoon crops. The sun came out just as the tours were concluding, chasing the hundreds of attendees inside for ...
Never before have we had to develop our inner awareness and outer awareness at the same time at such intensity. Todays organizations require of their people to perceive, process, synthesize and act on information from their environment, most often in novel ways, responding to unprecedented circumstances, far from being able to rely on habitual response patterns. As teams and individuals we have to create our own realities by creatively pursuing opportunities around us, while constantly adapting and calibrating our inner compass to sustain our existence in the midst of ever-changing circumstances.. Katinka Nordenskiöld facilitates leadership development programs that support strategic goals and accelerate business and personal development. She helps organizations identify new possibilities, create new knowledge, and bring out each leaders highest potential. Her programs bring forth critical insights, merge perspectives, facilitate decision-making, and direct participants energy toward a ...
NSFs mission is to advance the progress of science, a mission accomplished by funding proposals for research and education made by scientists, engineers, and educators from across the country.
Having served as US ambassador to China from 2014 to 2017, Max Baucus knows China better than most Americans. He has travelled to all Chinese provinces and jocularly calls himself a WeChat nut, referring to the popular Chinese messaging, social media and mobile payment app.
From Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, where he was born, to Bedford, N.H., where hes settled, Jim Scanlon has always prided himself on being a straight-shooter.
Abstract: School psychologists are trained in various models of problem solving and interviewing however the interpersonal skills that play an integral role in consultation are not uniformly taught to trainees. The primary objective of this study was to examine the added value of an interpersonal skills training program on key outcomes of analogue consultation. Nine school psychology graduate students served as consultant participants and participated in either an interpersonal skills training or control training. The online interpersonal skills training program was based on characteristics of effective consultants and strategies for building healthy relationships. All consultants completed a problem solving training based on stages of behavioral consultation. Thirty undergraduate students served as consultee participants and worked with consultants in a problem solving activity about difficulties faced by college students. The first dependent variable treatment acceptability measured consultee ...
Wikipedia defines Interpersonal Skills as Interpersonal skills refers to mental and communicative algorithms applied during social communications and interactions in order to reach certain effects or results. The term interpersonal skills is used often in business contexts to refer to the measure of a persons ability to operate within business organizations through social communication and interactions. Interpersonal skills is how a person relates to one another. ...
On Point Leadership provides qualitative evaluations of leadership development programs, inclugin design, implementation, reports, and recommendations.
Positive Leadership - For the Results-Driving Senior Leader. Research shows that focusing on the strengths of individuals and organizations delivers significantly better business results than leadership methods targeting weaknesses and deficiencies. In Michigan Ross flagship leadership development program, youll examine your leadership approach and develop advanced skills proven through research to bring out the maximum potential of people. Youll learn to create a climate of high achievement throughout your organization, implement ambitious levels of change, and deliver extraordinary company performance.. Management of Managers - For the Empowering Manager. Do you have the skills and complex leadership savvy to support the management teams both above and below you? Learn to manage across units, make integrated decisions, and bring out the best in all your key players.. The Emerging Leaders Program - For the Newly Positioned Leader. Learn the art and science of good leadership. Youll reflect ...
This page provides information about the National Leadership Academy for the Publics Health (NLAPH). NLAPH is a leadership development program that brings together teams of leaders from multiple sectors who actively engage their communities to improve population health and achieve health equity.
I run my own management and personal development consultancy, which I started in 2016. As part of this consultancy, I am an Associate of West Midlands Employers, delivering various interventions from training through to coaching across the West Midlands region.. I have over 30 years local government experience, the last 15 of which were in corporate organisational development at principal officer / senior management level in a unitary council.. I have extensive experience in the development and implementation of corporate learning & development interventions. I also have comprehensive experience in implementing organisational wide eLearning together with designing blended solutions and Learning Management Systems.. I have developed and implemented a variety of leadership programmes ranging from pre management programmes through to senior leadership development programmes. These programmes were accredited with ILM and underpinned by bespoke competencies, 360 degree appraisal and coaching.. As an ...
This article is the lead article in the Human Resources for Health journals first quarterly feature. The series of seven articles was contributed by Management Sciences for Health (MSH) under the theme of leadership and management in public health. The journal invited Dr. Manuel M. Dayrit, Director of the WHO Department of Human Resources for Health and former Minister of Health for the Philippines, to launch the feature with an opening editorial in the journals blog. This opening article describes the human resource challenges that managers around the world report and analyses why solutions often fail to be implemented. The case studies in this issue were chosen to illustrate results from using the Leadership Development Program (LDP) at different levels of the health sector. The LDP makes a profound difference in health managers attitudes towards their work. Rather than feeling defeated by a workplace climate that lacks motivation, hope, and commitment to change, people report that they are ...
Students of the Year The Students of the Year campaign is a philanthropic leadership development program through which highly motivated, high-school leaders embark on a journey of professional growth, ensuring that they stand out when preparing for college and beyond. During the program, students foster professional skills such as entrepreneurship, marketing, and project management in order to raise funds for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS).
Students of the Year The Students of the Year campaign is a philanthropic leadership development program through which highly motivated, high-school leaders embark on a journey of professional growth, ensuring that they stand out when preparing for college and beyond. During the program, students foster professional skills such as entrepreneurship, marketing, and project management in order to raise funds for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS).
This article is the third article in the Human Resources for Health journals feature on the theme of leadership and management in public health. The third article presents a successful application in Mozambique of a leadership development program created by Management Sciences for Health (MSH).. ...
My dissertation was on the CIPP - Context, Input, Process, Product - evaluation model developed by Daniel Stufflebeam.. I have conducted evaluations of nonprofit management assistance programs and community leadership development programs.. ...
by admin , Dec 15, 2014 , For Parents. The Bezos Scholars Program at the Aspen Institute is a year-long leadership development program for public high school juniors and educators. It begins with a scholarship to attend the Aspen Ideas Festival and continues through the following school year when Bezos ...
The PRECISE Network is delighted to be working with the Africa Research Excellence Fund (AREF) to deliver a Leadership Development Programme for our rising star researchers working in Africa.. About AREF. Africa shoulders a crippling share of the worlds disease burden and millions of lives are lost prematurely due to poor health and disease. In addition to the heavy cost to human life, the toll caused by disease is also holding back the continents economic development - a healthy population has a positive impact on the economy of a country. Achieving better health needs more outstanding African-led health research, and better translation of that research into healthcare policy and practice. The Africa Research Excellence Fund (AREF) was established by the UK Medical Research Foundation to invest in talented, emerging researchers in Africa. We nurture sub-Sahara African health research at its most vulnerable points by supporting and developing early-career researchers. Our vision is growing the ...
Minerva BC provides leadership development programs for women and girls, and partners with organizations to advance gender parity in British Columbia.
Jessica Tannenbaum-Rosen has 16 years of experience with General Electric in a variety of Finance roles across the Energy sector (Gas Power, Wind Energy, Solar Power) and currently serves as the Executive Finance Systems Leader for the Gas Power division. She has previously held roles with increasing responsibility in the areas of Financial Planning and Analysis, Financial Project Management and Acquisitions/Dispositions. She also manages the GE Power finance leadership development program, an early career program mentoring 40 participants per year. Jessica earned her Bachelors degree in Finance and International Business from Penn State University and her MBA from Union College. Jessica and her husband Adam stay very busy raising their 3 daughters.. Congregation Ohav Shalom, led by Rabbi Daniel Ornstein and Rabbi Rena Kieval, is a Conservative Egalitarian Synagogue affiliated with The United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism. The synagogue is fortunate to have a dynamic and diverse Board of ...
Assertiveness[edit]. The relationship between assertiveness and leadership emergence is curvilinear; individuals who are either ... According to Howell, Mother Teresa is an exceptional example who embodies integrity, assertiveness, and social abilities in her ... low in assertiveness or very high in assertiveness are less likely to be identified as leaders.[86] ... Ames, Daniel R.; Flynn, Francis J. (2007). "What breaks a leader: The curvilinear relation between assertiveness and leadership ...
Assertiveness *High scores suggest a forceful and dominant person who lacks hesitation. Low scores suggest are more passive and ...
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Assertiveness training - work on effective communication. *Journal writing - express true emotion, self-reflection ...
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In Western cultures, these difficulties are seen more because of the emphasis on social assertiveness and self-expression as ... In some cases this training can go by a different name because assertiveness is sometimes categorized by aggression therefore ... Group therapies are also used in the treatment using assertiveness. Hedquist and Weinhold investigated two group counseling ... Assertiveness training is an important operation for behavioral therapist because it can help with behavioral issues, as well ...
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Extroversion captures similar aspects of assertiveness, dominance, and self-importance as narcissism.[95] Narcissism also is ... the light triad was uncorrelated with bravery or assertiveness. Lack of such characteristics may turn problematic for ...
This greater assertiveness usually makes man-eating lions easier to dispatch than tigers. Lions typically become man-eaters for ...
For example, extraversion is typically associated with qualities such as gregariousness, assertiveness, excitement-seeking, ... and men often report higher assertiveness (a facet of extraversion) and openness to ideas as assessed by the NEO-PI-R.[121] ... Enthusiasm and Assertiveness for Extraversion; Intellect and Openness for Openness to Experience; Industriousness and ...
While he condemned Stalin's one-man rule, he equally criticised the individualistic assertiveness of Khrushchev's de- ...
David Waterman, cellist of the Endellion Quartet, writes that the chamber musician "needs to balance assertiveness and ...
The caregiver may only require assertiveness skills and the ability to place responsibility for the addiction on the other.[23] ... Many therapists maintain that finding a balance through healthy assertiveness (which leaves room for being a caring person and ...
Personality traits that have been positively linked to this compulsion include assertiveness, willingness to communicate, self- ...
Low assertiveness has been identified as the key trait related to interview anxiety. Thus, the most important indicators of ... Interviewers may also use a group interview to assess an applicant's stress management skills or assertiveness because in such ... Speaking slowly and low assertiveness have the strongest negative impact on perceptions of interview anxiety. Thus, candidates ... interview anxiety are slow speech rate and low assertiveness.[164]. Another issue in interview anxiety is gender differences. ...
... assertiveness, or aggressiveness, which may better be identified as coercion. For example, reduced hospitalization in ACT is ...
... assertiveness, aggressiveness, ... Carli, Linda L. (2001). "Assertiveness". In Worell, Judith (ed.). Encyclopedia of women and ... and assertiveness. Machismo is a form of masculinity that emphasizes power and is often associated with a disregard for ... assertiveness, initiative, rationality and emotional control). "Machismo (exaggerated masculinity) - Encyclopædia Britannica" ( ...
Less concrete changes include the growing assertiveness of the Dominions within the British Empire. Battles such as Gallipoli ...
van Anders SM, Dunn EJ (Aug 2009). "Are gonadal steroids linked with orgasm perceptions and sexual assertiveness in women and ... and also no correlation between higher testosterone levels and greater sexual assertiveness in either sex.[34] ...
In diplomacy, the doctrine calls for less assertiveness in border disputes such as those concerning the Spratly Islands, ...
... assertiveness; (6) goal-setting. The second element, Attitude Toward Others, is about developing the right attitude toward ...
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  • The level of assertiveness demonstrated in any human community is a factor of social and cultural practices at the time of inquiry. (wikipedia.org)
  • You will also carefully examine your own level of assertiveness and identify which of your skills need fine-tuning. (ed2go.com)
  • However, not everyone knows the importance of assertiveness for both personal and professional lives. (lifehack.org)
  • The spiritual foundation of what clinical psychologists call assertiveness was laid down long ago in Scripture and the writings of the Church Fathers. (orthodoxytoday.org)
  • Knowing how to say "No" in the workplace is an important social skill we call assertiveness. (exploringyourmind.com)
  • I find today's empathy (not quite the opposite of assertiveness and aggressiveness, but an essential balance of assertive/aggressive) is contrived. (lifehacker.com.au)
  • The tension between empathy and assertiveness and its correlation with self-efficacy - It has been argued that empathy and assertiveness are not two mutually exclusive traits but rather two skills working together to enhance individuals' outcomes in negotiations: empathy and assertiveness are two universally recognized emotional skills that must be included in the repertoire of any successful social actor. (francoangeli.it)
  • It is important, mostly for activities that require efficient daily negotiations, such as caring professions, to increase the knowledge and management of empathy and assertiveness through guided training. (francoangeli.it)
  • The right relationship posture is a balance between empathy (understanding others, their motivations, tolerating their differences from you, making room for them) and assertiveness (non-violent self-affirmation, asserting your own needs and desires). (openclassrooms.com)
  • If you moderate this and balance the levels of empathy and assertiveness, you have a healthy posture. (openclassrooms.com)
  • Assertiveness is a communication skill that can be taught and the skills of assertive communication effectively learned. (wikipedia.org)
  • Assertiveness Training Handbook: The Best Book Guide On How To Be Assertive In Life With Smart Facts On What Is Assertiveness, Understanding Assertive Communication, Assertiveness Training Ideas Plus Tips On Being Assertive And Confident! (amazonaws.com)
  • People with different attachment styles struggle with being assertive for different reasons, and even women with a secure attachment style may have difficulty expressing emotion when faced with challenging circumstances.Using strategies based in mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), The Assertiveness Guide for Women can help you understand the attachment styles that keep you from asserting yourself. (weltbild.ch)
  • The book introduces strategies to help facilitate assertiveness, such as mindfulness, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy . (positivepsychology.com)
  • The goals of assertiveness training include: increased awareness of personal rights differentiation between non-assertiveness and assertiveness differentiation between passive-aggressiveness and aggressiveness learning both verbal and non-verbal assertiveness skills. (wikipedia.org)
  • So, the boundary of a person's assertiveness vs aggressiveness varies based on group dynamics. (lifehacker.com.au)
  • Sep 03, 2013 Sometimes assertiveness gets a bad name, because people confuse it with aggressiveness. (amazonaws.com)
  • But if there were a yardstick to measure human behavior, assertiveness would fall right in the middle, with passiveness at one end and aggressiveness at the other. (amazonaws.com)
  • Alternative psychology Behaviour modification in which a person is trained to distinguish between aggressiveness-a behaviour rooted in anger-and assertiveness. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • What is the Difference Between Assertiveness and Aggressiveness? (cheriewhite.blog)
  • Many women struggle with assertiveness, but if you're prone to anxiety and avoidance, it is especially difficult. (weltbild.ch)
  • The present study was conducted to compare the effectiveness of assertiveness group training on social anxiety (SAD) between deaf and hearing impaired adolescents. (tinnitusjournal.com)
  • Assertiveness training is intended to convert anxiety, panic, fear of failure, and low self-esteem into positive interactions with others. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • This test determines whether a lack of assertiveness skills may be keeping you from fulfilling your potential and reaching your goals. (psychologytoday.com)
  • Within families, children are not always encouraged to develop assertiveness skills and must usually accept and obey rulings by their parents. (wikipedia.org)
  • The term and concept was popularized to the general public by books such as Your Perfect Right: A Guide to Assertive Behavior (1970) by Robert E. Alberti and Michael L. Emmons and When I Say No, I Feel Guilty: How To Cope Using the Skills of Systematic Assertiveness Therapy (1975) by Manuel J. Smith. (wikipedia.org)
  • Learn how to channel assertiveness skills to interact more effectively with people throughout your organization. (amanet.org)
  • Mastering assertiveness skills can do a lot more than just help win arguments. (amanet.org)
  • They'll take stock of their current assertiveness skills and learn how they can improve them for a more effective approach. (amanet.org)
  • Using the behavior modeling approach toward assertiveness training, this seminar teaches managers how to employ assertiveness skills to take control of a situation without alienating others. (amanet.org)
  • The process of back surgery and postoperative recovery can bring up many stressful situations in which a patient's assertiveness skills will help him/her get good care. (spine-health.com)
  • I used 'The Assertiveness Game' as an add-on to our Assertiveness Training Course, which is part of our Skills Diploma Training Programme with Assistant Managers & Supervisors. (amazonaws.com)
  • This 2- day Assertiveness training course gives attendees practical guidance on developing assertiveness skills and building confidence in a range of workplace situations. (amazonaws.com)
  • Assertiveness Skills Training, Spoken English and more. (urbanpro.com)
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  • If the client answers 'no' to multiple questions, it is possible that they are having difficulty being assertive and may benefit from assertiveness skills training . (positivepsychology.com)
  • Assertiveness training can also be useful for those who wish to improve their interpersonal skills and sense of self-respect. (vassilyk.com)
  • This short course will help you to develop your assertiveness skills. (citylit.ac.uk)
  • Assertiveness, motivation & self-esteem books and reviews. (lovereading.co.uk)
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  • They explored three potential causes - prejudice, motivation, and assertiveness - while controlling for demographic factors such as birth country, education, and socioeconomic status, in addition to English fluency. (cfo.com)
  • During the second half of the 20th century, assertiveness was increasingly singled out as a behavioral skill taught by many personal development experts, behavior therapists, and cognitive behavioral therapists. (wikipedia.org)
  • The Assertiveness Workbook contains effective, cognitive behavioral techniques to help you become more assertive. (vassilyk.com)
  • Assertiveness is a skill of those people who can express themselves straightforwardly, without stepping on the rights of others. (lifehack.org)
  • Assertiveness is a skill that can be acquired to communicate a necessary view or feeling in order to bring about a favorable psychological or spiritual result. (orthodoxytoday.org)
  • Compared with controls, women in the intervention group increased their assertiveness skill, HIV knowledge, and frequency of condom-protected intercourse. (nih.gov)
  • Even though being assertive is a skill that is helpful for anyone to master, this book looks at the specific challenges that women face surrounding developing assertiveness. (positivepsychology.com)
  • Assertiveness is the quality of being self-assured and confident without being aggressive. (wikipedia.org)
  • Assertiveness will help you feel naturally confident, enjoy the respect of the others and easily establish productive working relationships, even with awkward people. (vassilyk.com)
  • 1.Assertiveness is confident and respectful. (cheriewhite.blog)
  • Assertiveness Training ("AT") was introduced by Andrew Salter (1961) and popularized by Joseph Wolpe. (wikipedia.org)
  • If you want your managers to enhance their leadership stature and persuade others to help reach their goals, Assertiveness Training for Managers is an important first step. (amanet.org)
  • Assertiveness Training for Managers gives your managers the opportunity to learn how their behavior style impacts their overall performance as a manager. (amanet.org)
  • The National Institute of Mental Health (2006) records that assertiveness training has been applied to a variety of problems including: depression, eating disorders, employment-labor-management problems, family issues, marital dysfunction, sexual communication, social dysfunction, and substance abuse issues. (orthodoxytoday.org)
  • We use this activity for assertiveness training and it is good for highlighting the different types of assertiveness. (amazonaws.com)
  • Twenty female outpatients were randomly assigned to either a 10-session assertiveness training intervention or a waiting-list control condition. (nih.gov)
  • It is concluded that assertiveness training for women living with a severe mental illness can serve as 1 part of a comprehensive HIV-risk-reduction program for this vulnerable population. (nih.gov)
  • Then, assertiveness group training was conducted for intervention group within 10 sessions, and immediately after completion of the training sessions, SPIN was re-administered to the two groups. (tinnitusjournal.com)
  • ANCOVA showed that the effectiveness of assertiveness group training on SAD is different between deaf and hearing impaired participants, i.e. assertiveness group training was effective on improvement of SAD in hearing impaired participants but not deaf ones. (tinnitusjournal.com)
  • Therefore, it is recommended to incorporate assertiveness group training in the educational programs developed for adolescents with ear disorders especially hearing impairment. (tinnitusjournal.com)
  • assertiveness training instruction and practice in techniques for dealing with interpersonal conflicts and threatening situations in an assertive manner, avoiding the extremes of aggressive and submissive behavior. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Assertiveness training is designed specifically for individuals who have trouble communicating their needs. (positivepsychology.com)
  • In addition, assertiveness training focuses on emotional awareness, which results in individuals having more fulfilling personal relationships and feeling more secure (Parray & Kumar, 2017). (positivepsychology.com)
  • Assertiveness training is based on the principle that we all have a right to express our thoughts, feelings, and needs to others, as long as we do so in a respectful way. (vassilyk.com)
  • Assertiveness is mindful and an assertive response is carefully thought out. (cheriewhite.blog)
  • Assertiveness is the ability to formulate and communicate one's own thoughts, opinions and wishes in a clear, direct and non-aggressive way. (psychologytoday.com)
  • Assertiveness is to have the ability to respond to other people maintaining one's rights while respecting other people rights. (vassilyk.com)
  • Across different kinds of studies, East Asians scored lower in communication assertiveness (i.e., speaking up, constructively disagreeing, and standing one's ground in a conflict). (cfo.com)
  • We propose a facet-model that differentiates A into assertiveness (AA) and competence (AC) and C into warmth (CW) and morality (CM). We tested the model in a cross-cultural study by comparing data from Asia, Australia, Europe, and the USA (overall N = 1.808). (frontiersin.org)
  • Results showed that communality was valued in leaders only after meeting the more stereotypically masculine requirements of the role (i.e., competence and assertiveness), and that men in particular preferred leaders who were more competent (vs. communal), whereas women desired leaders who kept negative stereotypically masculine traits in check (e.g., arrogance). (frontiersin.org)
  • We posit that one reason for this disparity is that, whereas communality is appreciated as a nice "add-on" for leaders, it is stereotypically masculine attributes related to agency, such as competence and assertiveness, that are valued as the defining qualities of the leader role, especially by men (who are often the gatekeepers to these roles). (frontiersin.org)
  • Assertiveness supports creative thinking and effective communication. (wikipedia.org)
  • As a communication style and strategy, assertiveness is thus distinguished from both aggression and passivity. (wikipedia.org)
  • Assertiveness is the natural "adult" condition where we stand up for ourselves and our rights, while also treating other people with the respect we expect for ourselves. (scotlandtherapy.co.uk)
  • Blending wisdom, wit, and compassions, this sophisticated yet highly readable volume shows people how to improve their assertiveness in a structured, step-by-step fashion/5. (vassilyk.com)
  • assertiveness confidence assertive passive aggression anger stress self image identity edinburgh falkirk glasgow midlothian counselling counsellor psychotherapist psychotherapy life coaching coach hypnotherapy hypnotherapist hypnosis hypnotist NLP CBT cognitive behavioural therapy therapist scotland. (scotlandtherapy.co.uk)
  • Before working on assertiveness techniques , we must first understand our needs and current capacity for assertiveness, recognize our strengths and pitfalls, and find the courage to be ourselves. (positivepsychology.com)
  • Assertiveness at Work. (abebooks.com)
  • Benefits to you: This workshop is an opportunity for you to explore assertiveness and to work on building your self-confidence. (cornwall.ac.uk)
  • Clearly the concept and practice of assertiveness has a long history stretching back many centuries. (orthodoxytoday.org)
  • By the time you finish this course, you will understand that assertiveness involves taking responsibility when meeting your needs in a way that preserves the dignity and rights of others. (ed2go.com)
  • Being assertive differs from being aggressive as assertiveness involves a constructive and polite attitude. (wikihow.com)
  • I recently used 'The Assertiveness Game' with great results - it really got the group talking and was an excellent way of wrapping up a one day event. (amazonaws.com)
  • After finishing this lesson, you will understand what assertiveness is and what it isn't. (ed2go.com)
  • Assertiveness is finding the right balance between being passive and being aggressive. (lifehack.org)
  • Randy J. Paterson combines science and clinical experience to create the definitive guide for overcoming assertiveness problems. (vassilyk.com)
  • As American organizations become more diverse, they need to diversify the prototype of leadership and look beyond assertiveness for evidence of leadership aptitude. (cfo.com)
  • This Assertiveness course provides you with the tools and techniques you need to boost confidence and build self-esteem. (amazonaws.com)
  • This book provides a comprehensive definition of assertiveness and breaks down the specific techniques you need to become more assertive. (positivepsychology.com)
  • Assertiveness, Non -Assertiveness, and Assertive Techniques Introduction Difficulty with being assertive has stereotypically been a challenge ascribed to women. (vassilyk.com)
  • Assertiveness increases self-confidence and improves self-image. (lifehack.org)
  • When it comes to our personal development, assertiveness sure helps a lot. (lifehack.org)
  • As mentioned earlier, assertiveness can provide significant growth both in our professional and personal lives. (lifehack.org)