Professionals Under Pressure

Author: Mirko Noordegraaf
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
ISBN: 904851830X
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Professionals Under Pressure from the Author: Mirko Noordegraaf. Volgens velen liggen publieke professionals als politieagenten, rechters, artsen, verpleegkundigen en leraren onder vuur. De opkomst van het zogenoemde bedrijfsmanagement of 'managerialism' wordt hiervoor als hoofdoorzaak aangewezen. Professionals worden aangestuurd door zakelijke managers, ze worden beoordeeld aan de hand van prestatiesystemen die geen ruimte laten voor de niet-meetbare aspecten van hun beroep en hun vakmanschap wordt niet erkend. Op grond van theoretische en empirische inzichten in sectoren als de politie, zorg, onderwijs en welzijn laten auteurs uit binnen- en buitenland zien dat professioneel werk echter lang niet overal en altijd onder druk staat. Wel zorgen maatschappelijke veranderingen, zoals moderne technologie, ICT, complexe maatschappelijke opgaven, diffuse kennis en veeleisende burgers ervoor dat publieke dienstverlening van gedaante verandert. Professionals hebben veel mogelijkheden om veranderingen te doorstaan. Publieke professionals zullen hiervoor nieuwe vaardigheden moeten ontwikkelen, om de dienstverlening-onderdruk krachtig vorm te geven. Professionals hebben eigentijdse, vooral passende en werkbare standaarden nodig. Bram Steijn is hoogleraar HRM in de publieke sector aan de Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam.|Mirko Noordegraaf is hoogleraar Publiek Management aan de Universiteit Utrecht.|Bram Steijn is hoogleraar HRM in de publieke sector aan de Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam.

Writing Under Pressure

Author: Sanford Kaye
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780199840335
Size: 19.50 MB
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Writing Under Pressure from the Author: Sanford Kaye. Most writing is done under pressure. An executive has to produce a three-page position paper by tomorrow at nine. A department head suddenly has to write a one-page action memo by noon. A graduate student has a twenty-page research paper due in a week. Yet, while most students and professionals write under pressure--with limited time, limited space, and a supervisor or instructor to please--few approach the task systematically. In Writing Under Pressure, Sanford Kaye, a renowned expert on the subject, presents a system he calls the Quick Writing Process (QWP) that focuses on real-world writing tasks and demonstrates how to produce the clearest, most honest, most powerful work possible under the constraints of time and space. A writing instructor with twenty-five years' experience teaching students and professionals in business and government, Kaye tells writers how to budget their time and how to use this time efficiently. Exploring particular writing situations in which QWP can be applied to make the most of what the writer knows, Kaye discusses the process of taking exams, focusing on how instructors select questions and evaluate essays. He also considers writing in business and government, featuring an insightful analysis of a memo written by Colonel Oliver North. This memo highlights one of the most important issues writers in business and government face: whether to write the truth as they see it or simply what their bosses want to hear. Presenting a wealth of such examples, Kaye reveals how to break through stifling organizational codes in order to write memos and position papers that count. While most guides to writing ignore the constraints of time and space, Writing Under Pressure tackles these problems head on, making it an essential reference for students, business professionals, government officials, or anyone else faced with a difficult writing assignment that has to be done now.

Executivehealth Com S Leading Under Pressure

Author: Gabriela Cora
Publisher: Red Wheel/Weiser
ISBN: 1601631286
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Executivehealth Com S Leading Under Pressure from the Author: Gabriela Cora. According to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, stress-related disorders are fast becoming the most prevalent reason for worker disability. Millions of CEOs, executives, entrepreneurs, and professionals are thinking, planning, and scheming about how to stretch a 24-hour day into an endless and productive workday. Burnt-out, energy depleted, and constantly stressed, many find themselves unable to take pleasure in their hard-earned position. Leading Under Pressure summarizes the many challenges such professionals face. In it, you will discover: Lessons learned from corporate and entrepreneurial CEOs. Ways to avoid burnout. Proven ways to integrate individual health with organizational health. Effective strategies to maximize your peak performance and productivity while also maximizing your health and well-being.

Peak Business Performance Under Pressure

Author: Bill Driscoll
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 1621534219
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Peak Business Performance Under Pressure from the Author: Bill Driscoll. Navy Ace pilot and TOPGUN instructor Bill Driscoll demonstrates how his own life-or-death aerial dogfights--and the preparation for them--can help guide high-risk corporate decisions. Interviews with over 200 senior executives and 26 Ace pilots, as well as strategies from Driscoll's own highly successful second career in commercial real estate, reinforce the consistent patterns underlying exceptional performance under pressure. Benefits: Make tough, split-second decisions under the pressure of the fast-paced, competitive battleground of global enterprise. Cope with ever-changing business conditions, such as company downsizing, management changes, dwindling resources, and tight deadlines. Boost personal, team, and organizational performance.

Trust Under Pressure

Author: Katinka Bijlsma-Frankema
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 9781845427962
Size: 12.28 MB
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Trust Under Pressure from the Author: Katinka Bijlsma-Frankema. This book challenges the current thinking on trust largely based on studies in stable contexts, by presenting new empirical studies of trust and trust building in a number of less stable, less institutionalized settings. These contexts are gaining in prominence given the globalization and virtualization of organizational relations, development of high velocity markets, and the growing importance of intangible resources.

Seeing Eye To Eye

Author: Jonathan Kettleborough
Publisher: Author House
ISBN: 1477246762
Size: 54.62 MB
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Seeing Eye To Eye from the Author: Jonathan Kettleborough. People Professionals are under pressure from all areas. They’re being asked to deliver more with less, to justify their existence and to show how their activities have a positive benefit on the businesses they serve. Budgets are constantly under pressure and in some quarters are being slashed. Times are tight and are set to stay that way for some time to come. But it doesn’t have to be this way. It’s possible to rise above these issues and demonstrate that People Professionals can deliver lasting value, but to do that you must listen to the needs of your businesses, for if you do that, and do it right, then you can set yourselves up for long-term success. This book will guide you through the changes necessary to create alignment with your business. This means being able to say goodbye to constant budget cuts and lack of interest from senior executives, instead, with the right approach you’ll be able to say hello to adding real value to your business and customers. You’ll start to get the investment you deserve for your projects, to be approached by senior executives to solve complex business problems and to be thanked and praised by your Managing Director / Chief Executive Officer for all the positive changes you’ve made. It’s your future and it’s in your hands.

Stress Management For Primary Health Care Professionals

Author: Usha R. Rout
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 0306476495
Size: 79.59 MB
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Stress Management For Primary Health Care Professionals from the Author: Usha R. Rout. This book is the first one to examine stress in primary health care professionals in the UK - the professionals who are in the frontline of medical care in a rapidly changing society. It is a detailed literate review of stress in general and includes the results of studies on primary health care professionals. It contains extensive material from face-to-face interviews with each profession and practical advice on how they can manage stress.

Social Work Under Pressure

Author: Kate van Heugten
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
ISBN: 9780857002235
Size: 52.47 MB
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Social Work Under Pressure from the Author: Kate van Heugten. Stress, fatigue and burnout are serious problems in the social work profession. High case loads, staff shortages, budget cuts and the challenging nature of the job contribute to high levels of stress, and social workers can crack under the pressure. This accessible book demonstrates how managers and practitioners can overcome workplace distress, fatigue and burnout by understanding the causes and implementing practical strategies. Part 1 outlines how stress, fatigue, burnout and trauma can be identified, how they impact upon social workers, and what strategies can help. Part 2 explores stress in particular settings, covering frontline practice, working with trauma, working with aggressive service users, bullying and violence in the workplace, and making mistakes. The book is rooted in the reality of everyday social work, incorporating the views and experiences of practising social workers. This book is full of techniques and tips that will be invaluable to all social work managers and practitioners seeking to beat workplace stress overload and burnout.

Strategic Human Resource Management

Author: Catherine Truss
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199583064
Size: 21.67 MB
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Strategic Human Resource Management from the Author: Catherine Truss. This new text takes a fresh look at strategic HRM for the 21st century. The well-respected author team incorporate cutting-edge research into an eminently student-friendly format. The book is packed with case studies including a large number based on original interviews with organisations.

Police Under Pressure

Author: Roger F. Peters
Publisher: Roger Peters
ISBN: 0646471058
Size: 38.49 MB
Format: PDF
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Police Under Pressure from the Author: Roger F. Peters. About police, in particular from NSW Australia. The author, a 20 year practising psychologist, discusses the impact that operational policing can have on its members and their families. The book is also written for those who work with police, as well as emergency personnel and families of police officers.