Building Community: The Human Side of Work

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George Manning
Thomson Executive Press, 1996 - 391 من الصفحات
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Simply stated, this book teaches people to create a healthy workplace environment. In today's world of downsizing, restructuring, and violence, the workplace and the people within have suffered greatly. The authors have put together a resource to show how to develop a community of people who treat one another with dignity, communicate clearly, and who benefit from their diversity. When these goals have been achieved, you will experience increased employee satisfaction and productivity. A comprehensive approach to building community, this book presents an integrated and proven model of community-building concepts, tools, and applications. Each chapter can also stand alone as a resource on specific issues such as visioning, team building, and overcoming barriers to communication. Throughout the book, you will find charts, lists, worksheets, discussion questions, and resource sections. The book is divided into four parts: The Power of Vision; Interpersonal Skills Development; Valuing Human Diversity; and The Empowerment of People.

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Vision and Community
Where and When Do You Begin?
The Visioning ProcessYesterday Today and Tomorrow
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Kenneth R. Curtis received his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in African and Comparative World History. His research focuses on colonial to postcolonial transitions in East Africa, with a particular focus on the coffee economy of Tanzania. He is Professor of History and Liberal Studies at California State University Long Beach, where he has taught world history at the introductory level, in special courses designed for future middle and high school teachers, and in graduate seminars. He has worked to advance the teaching of world history at the collegiate and secondary levels in collaboration with the World History Association, the California History/Social Science Project, and the College Board's Advanced Placement World History course.

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