Written by a group of experienced academics and practitioners, this collective volume allows theory to be integrated with evidence and practice in an approach that can be used to inform organizational management, unions, human resource ...
Author: Noreen Tehrani
Publisher: CRC Press
Category: Technology & Engineering
Bullying is an increasing problem in the workplace. It is estimated that five million workers are bullied each year in the UK, and that one in four employees is aware of colleagues being bullied. Bullying creates significant health problems for employees and, despite this, there is a conspicuous absence of published material on why these behaviors occur, how their occurrence can be reduced, and what can be done to help the victims. Building a Culture of Respect focuses on the development of organizational cultures that promote the dignity of all employees, which have the power to reduce the incidence and impact of bullying. The creation of an organizational culture of respect requires an integration of organizational policies, processes and interventions. Written by a group of experienced academics and practitioners, this collective volume allows theory to be integrated with evidence and practice in an approach that can be used to inform organizational management, unions, human resource managers, lawyers, general practitioners, occupational health psychologists and counselors on the most effective ways of addressing bullying at work.
Developing and locally adapting a challenging new curriculum and mode of
teaching, for example, is an ... and respect are essential for making and
sustaining the changes needed to create a Culture of Hope, yet these are the
very traits ...
Author: Robert D. Barr
Publisher: Solution Tree Press
Research demonstrates that children of poverty need more than just academic instruction to succeed. Discover a blueprint for turning low-performing schools into Cultures of Hope! The authors draw from their own experiences working with high-poverty, high-achieving schools to illustrate how to support students with an approach that considers social as well as emotional factors in education.
School : building a culture of respect The head teacher decided , with the staff , to build a culture of respect in the school : this was to counter declining standards of
dress , behaviour and performance . Respect was the first , essential building ...
Author: Jo Owen
Publisher: Pearson Education
Category: Business & Economics
Power skills are something every manager must have. Power means more than formal authority - it is the art of building alliances, networks, influence and control. Free from theory, 'Power at Work' focuses on the practical skills you can learn and use to your advantage.
This is a common source of organizational subcultures, as more than one culture
suffuses together to create ... CONCLUSION This chapter has stressed the dual
nature of organizational culture with respect to organizational memory.
Author: Girard, John P.
Publisher: IGI Global
Provides relevant theoretical frameworks, latest empirical research findings, and practitioners' best practices in the area of organizational memory.
Author: Maureen Bridget RabotinPublish On: 2011-02-15
This book reveals how we can best understand and appreciate each others' differences.
Author: Maureen Bridget Rabotin
Publisher: American Society for Training and Development
Category: Business & Economics
Although globalization has long become a business reality, fear, stereotypes, and misunderstandings about cross-cultural collaborations abound. Culture Savvy addresses the latent discomfort about communicating with different types of people and teaches how to overcome these fears. Based on extensive research in neurology, it focuses on basic human needs and details the four R's of human interaction-respect, relationships, recognition, reward. This book reveals how we can best understand and appreciate each others' differences.
We can respect even those whom culture characterizes as enemy. ... PRACTICE
THE VALUES THAT WE PREACH: BUILD COMMUNITY In North America, many
of us inhabit cultures marked by values of consumption, accumulation, and ...
Author: Paul R. Dekar
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Around the world, thousands of grassroots movements are confronting issues like destruction of the environment, economic depression, human rights violations, religious fundamentalism, and war. This book tells the courageous story of one such group. Organizing in 1939, Northern Baptists formed the Baptist Pacifist Fellowship as part of the Fellowship of Reconciliation. Southern Baptists formed a parallel body. Like today, it was a time when sources of hope seemed hard to find. Discerning a need to support and connect Baptist conscientious objectors in the United States, members faced hostility in congregations and the nation. For the duration of the Second World War, the Korean War, war in Vietnam and elsewhere, Baptists sustained a witness for peace and justice. By 1984, threat of nuclear weapons led to formation of a wider circle of resistance to the culture of war. Subsequently, the Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America has brought together Baptist peacemakers from around North America and the world. However small in numbers or reviled, members have been building a culture of peace through an interracial and international community. This book is an invaluable resource for those seeking a new world of forgiveness, respect for human rights, nonviolence, and peace.
Recognition: How competent is a person to recognize cultural differences around
him or her? 2. Respect: How respectful is a person about those differences? 3.
Reconciliation: How competent is a person to reconcile cultural differences? 4.
Author: Darla K. Deardorff
Publisher: Stylus Publishing, LLC
For HR directors, corporate trainers, college administrators, diversity trainers and study abroad educators, this book provides a cutting-edge framework and an innovative collection of ready-to-use tools and activities to help build cultural competence—from the basics of understanding core concepts of culture to the complex work of negotiating identity and resolving cultural differences. Building Cultural Competence presents the latest work in the intercultural field and provides step-by-step instructions for how to effectively work with the new models, frameworks, and exercises for building learners’ cultural competence. Featuring fresh activities and tools from experienced coaches, trainers, and facilitators from around the globe, this collection of over 50 easy-to-use activities and models has been used successfully worldwide in settings that range from Fortune 500 corporations to the World Bank, non-profits, and universities. Learn updates on classic models like the DIE (Description, Interpretation, Evaluation) framework and the U-Curve model of adjustment. Engage in new exercises to help build intercultural competence, using the practical step-by-step guidance on how to effectively facilitate these activities. Stay relevant and have positive impact with clients, organizations, and students with these well-organized, easy-to-implement, and high impact collection of frameworks, models, and activities. The new, research-based models work for developing cultural competence in any environment, and for designing effective cultural competence courses. Education abroad administrators will be able to use these activities in their pre- departure orientations for students going abroad. Corporate human resource professionals will find these activities invaluable in cultural competence building programs.
In building a culture of truthfulness, leaders and managers have unique
responsibilities. In smaller organizations, these responsibilities may all reside at
the same level of management. Promoting Trust in Senior Leaders • Make senior
Author: Jack Wiley
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Business & Economics
Is it possible that the way to win in business is to give employees exactly what they want? Yes. As RESPECT reveals, managers and organizations who give their employees what they want outperform those who don't. This is no hunch – it's a fact based on more than 25 years of global research. Drs. Jack Wiley and Brenda Kowske have amassed a research database unlike any other, and it all started with this simple question: "What is the most important thing you want from the organization for which you work?" Organizations that apply this research have more engaged employees, more satisfied customers, and better shareholder returns. It all boils down to seven key elements, summarized by the acronym RESPECT. These are the seven things that employees really want: Recognition, Exciting Work, Security, Pay, Education, Conditions and Truth. This book taps the authors' "in the trenches" consulting experience and offers real solutions on each element of RESPECT. Written for all types of leaders—from supervisors to the c-suite—readers can pick and choose the proven solutions that are relevant to their own organizations. By weaving stories and narrative, the authors make complex information easy to understand and fun to read. In addition, RESPECT meets the demands of the global economy, offering an international perspective with corresponding cultural nuances that are critical to helping leaders manage the needs of their workforces.
Author: Kathleen Gallo, PhD, MBA, RN, FAANPublish On: 2014-08-29
One might add that, in principle, if it were practical, simulation drills of all kinds
might best take place onsite, where realism would not be an issue with respect to
space and furnishings, resources and equipment, and whole team participation ...
Author: Kathleen Gallo, PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
"This book provides a dynamic and comprehensive interprofessional approach to building a culture of safety by using simulation across clinical and education spheres in healthcare... This is a comprehensive guide and resource for healthcare organizations, educators, and diverse interprofessional healthcare team members to use to improve patient safety efforts to adapt to the ever-changing, complex world of healthcare. Its practical application is pertinent in transforming the education and practice of medicine, nursing, and other health-related fields... Weighted Numerical Score: 99 - 5 Stars!" Patricia West, MS, BSN Michigan State University College of Nursing Doody's Medical Reviews ì[The authors] have brought together a core group of national leaders to produce what I think is a paradigm-busting book that will help to transform education at the graduate level in medicine, nursing, and all related fields. The book speaks expertly about the high fidelity of simulation training, the need for synthetic models, the adult learning theory behind the debriefÖit is a manifesto about where we must go as an interprofessional team, caring for the patient of the future.î From the Foreword, by David B. Nash, MD, MBA Dean, Jefferson School of Population Health Philadelphia, PA This groundbreaking book reflects the accomplishments of an internationally recognized leader of innovation regarding interprofessional clinical learning through simulation. Based on the North Shore-LIJ Health System corporate university experience, the book describes how this organization used simulation to successfully tackle the major interprofessional health issue of our time: patient safety. This health system created a transformative simulation center that involves nurses, doctors, and related health professionals whose work in clinical teams has resulted in measurable improvements in all aspects of clinical decision-making, critical thinking, teamwork, and communication skillsótoward the ultimate goal of improved patient safety. Key Features: Describes in detail a groundbreaking system of achieving patient safety that uses interprofessional clinical learning through simulation Detailed case studies using concrete methods and examples illustrate the application of theory to practice Presents simulations scalable to any size organization and for use by health care professionals in all specialties Includes theoretical foundations and practical applications for teaching and learning Focuses on interprofessional cooperation and learning
Saphier and King (1985) identified twelve norms of school culture that should be
in place and strong to create a ... that activates and deepens moral purpose
through collaborative work cultures that respect differences and constantly build
Author: Dale W. Lick
Publisher: Corwin Press
Build a dynamic system for change! From NCLB to Common Core standards, we are inundated with directives for improving our schools. How can we really create lasting change? By applying the Change Creation system! Learning community pioneers Dale Lick, Karl Clauset, and Carlene Murphy lead teachers, principals, and schools in this dynamic approach to school improvement. With a free, comprehensive online collection of practical resources, this book shows you how to: Develop the right vision, relationships, and culture to create and sustain change Model learning-inquiry cycles for action teams for success Build loyalty, trust, and responsibility within your teams and across the school
Leadership is key to creating a culture of respect. This includes a code of conduct
wherein everyone is entitled to be treated with courtesy, honesty, respect, and
dignity. There must be education on appropriate behavior, ongoing modeling, ...
Author: Dwight McNeill
Publisher: FT Press
The American way of producing health is failing. It continues to rank very low among developed countries on our most vital need…to live a long and healthy life. Despite the well-intentioned actions on the part of government, life sciences, and technology, the most important resource for achieving our full health potential is ourselves. This book is about how you can do so, and how others can help you. Dwight McNeill introduces person-centered health analytics (pchA) and shows how you can use it to master five everyday behaviors that cause and perpetuate most chronic diseases. Using Person-Centered Health Analytics to Live Longer combines deep insight, a comprehensive framework, and practical tools for living longer and healthier lives. It offers a clear path forward for both individuals and stakeholders, including providers, payers, health promotion companies, technology innovators, government, and analytics practitioners.
Inge Bolin traces children's lives from birth to adulthood and finds truly amazing strategies of child rearing, as well as impressive ways of living that allow teenagers to enjoy the adolescent stage of their lives while contributing ...
Author: Inge Bolin
Publisher: University of Texas Press
Category: Social Science
Far from the mainstream of society, the pastoral community of Chillihuani in the high Peruvian Andes rears children who are well-adjusted, creative, and curious. They exhibit superior social and cognitive skills and maintain an attitude of respect for all life as they progress smoothly from childhood to adulthood without a troubled adolescence. What makes such child-rearing success even more remarkable is that "childhood" is not recognized as a distinct phase of life. Instead, children assume adult rights and responsibilities at an early age in order to help the community survive in a rugged natural environment and utter material poverty. This beautifully written ethnography provides the first full account of child-rearing practices in the high Peruvian Andes. Inge Bolin traces children's lives from birth to adulthood and finds truly amazing strategies of child rearing, as well as impressive ways of living that allow teenagers to enjoy the adolescent stage of their lives while contributing significantly to the welfare of their families and the community. Throughout her discussion, Bolin demonstrates that traditional practices of respect, whose roots reach back to pre-Columbian times, are what enable the children of the high Andes to mature into dignified, resilient, and caring adults.
5 Building a Human Rights Culture FRANCES BUTLER THE MEANING OF '
HUMAN RIGHTS CULTURE' ... but rather one that fosters basic respect for
human rights and creates a climate in which such respect becomes an integral
part of our ...
Author: Colin Harvey
Publisher: Hart Publishing
This book examines the emergence of a human rights culture by considering the issues surrounding the effective implementation of human rights.
Second, in the transformative language and culture program, service is a regular
part of the educational experience for ... With all due respect to journal editors,
collaboration with editorial review boards on the other side of the country will not
Author: Susana Rivera-Mills
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Building Communities and Making Connections explores areas of academic and community engagement, through various studies that include community service learning, and the development and implementation of university programs that contain a community dimension. Academic endeavors have long been seen as separate from the realities of local and regional communities. This book closes the gap by looking at ways in which both academia and the communities its serves can collaborate to create authentic and applied learning environments.
Create a culture that supports the philosophy of equal opportunity and non-
discrimination against elderly people. Promote ... Promote the awareness
amongst the staff of old people's right to a sense of personal pride and self- respect. Promote ...
Author: Herman Wheeler
This comprehensive new textbook covers core ethical and legal content for pre-registration nursing students. It provides readers with a sound understanding of the interrelationships between the NMC's code of conduct, standards and competencies, ethics and relevant sections of the English legal system. The only truly integrated text in the field, it opens with overviews of law and nursing, and ethical theories and nursing. It goes on to explore key areas of contention – such as negligence, confidentiality and consent – from legal and ethical perspectives, mapping the discussion onto the NMC code of conduct. The chapters include objectives, patient-focused case scenarios, key points, activities, questions, areas for reflection, further reading and a summary. Case law and statutes and ethical theories are presented where appropriate. Written by an experienced nurse-lecturer with a law and ethics teaching background, Law, Ethics and Professional Issues for Nursing is essential reading for all pre-registration nursing students, as well as students of other healthcare professions.
Imperative 14: promoting mutual respect Another keytocreating the business/risk
partnership isto ensure that there is mutualrespect betweenthe twogroups. Like
credibility, respect cannot be forced into being; it must develop gradually, over ...
Author: E. Banks
Category: Business & Economics
Risk Culture is a practical volume devoted to the qualitative aspects of risk management, including those that should be firmly embedded in the corporate culture. Through descriptions, examples and case studies, the book analyzes weak and strong cultures and proposes a series of structural and behavioral actions to strengthen a company's culture.
Hence, managers need to be consistent in their behaviour and act with integrity
to create a culture of trust and respect. Every employee must be given a sense of
belonging and a sense that he or she has a vital part to play in achieving the ...
Author: Adrian Mackay
Category: Business & Economics
In order to get the best out of people in organisations, managers need to address the fundamental principals of people management: those of motivation, ability and confidence building. This proposed book aims to bring together clarity and understanding of these three main areas in one text with anecdotes and practical examples to enable managers to gain demonstrable improvements in organisational performance through their people. The material will be underpinned with just enough theory to establish a rationale for practice. While a highly practical text, the aim is to meet many of the learning outcome requirements of the Certificate in Management and Diploma in Management people management / empowerment modules
Create a culture of inclusion , trust and mutual respect . Start by internalising
company values and beliefs that support a culture of inclusion . Learn to express
what they mean to you . Set expectations for everyone's behaviour by example
The product your team is building benefits from this unfettered communications.
Get your folks some dedicated ... your team around respect derives from how you
resolve. 16 | MentoringtheNewCulture 20 | Checkpoints and Declaring Victory.
Author: Mandi Walls
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
DevOps is as much about culture as it is about tools When people talk about DevOps, they often emphasize configuration management systems, source code repositories, and other tools. But, as Mandi Walls explains in this Velocity report, DevOps is really about changing company culture—replacing traditional development and operations silos with collaborative teams of people from both camps. The DevOps movement has produced some efficient teams turning out better products faster. The tough part is initiating the change. This report outlines strategies for managers looking to go beyond tools to build a DevOps culture among their technical staff. Topics include: Documenting reasons for changing to DevOps before you commit Defining meaningful and achievable goals Finding a technical leader to be an evangelist, tools and process expert, and shepherd Starting with a non-critical but substantial pilot project Facilitating open communication among developers, QA engineers, marketers, and other professionals Realigning your team’s responsibilities and incentives Learning when to mediate disagreements and conflicts Download this free report and learn how to the DevOps approach can help you create a supportive team environment built on communication, respect, and trust. Mandi Walls is a Senior Consultant with Opscode.
In this respect, the ACS Secretariat tries to foster an environment for countries of
the Greater Caribbean to develop activities that ... As such, partnerships with
other organisations and participation in consortiums involved in building a culture
Author: Patrick U. Petit
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
Category: Business & Economics
As the world faces a multitude of complexly-interwoven challenges, new values and new worldviews are emerging to change the ways in which human beings relate to each other, to our planet, and to all life on Earth. In today’s globalized world, humanity is becoming inescapably aware that coexistence, cooperation, and respect for diversity are fundamental values by which all of us must live. These essential human values, which apply in all individual and societal relationships, are likewise intrinsic to a culture of peace: a way of living that will allow a harmonious, multifaceted, global civilization to blossom. Central to this volume is a belief that in an interdependent world, collective decision-making for the collective good is the most effective way to move forward. In order to respect the balance among cultures and nations, decisions that have a global impact must be taken multilaterally. No culture can achieve and maintain its international objectives by acting unilaterally; nor can any nation or cultural group claim to represent the whole of humanity. Shaping the Culture of Peace in a Multilateral World compiles prominent visionary articles from United Nations institutions and regional and other intergovernmental organizations, and highlights the contributions being made to the creation of a culture of peace. It aims to strengthen multilateral cooperation among intergovernmental organizations worldwide, and to facilitate the formation of a global network of multilateral mechanisms, which will provide collective and holistic responses to the peace and security challenges of the 21st century. Shaping the Culture of Peace in a Multilateral World is in itself a true example of multilateralism, and a publication treasure for people, who are active or interested in international diplomacy and international affairs.