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Cross-Cultural Management and Retention Managem...
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Cross-Cultural Management and Retention Management in China ab 48.99 € als Taschenbuch: An assessment of cross-cultural management literature with respect to its applicability to loyalty management in Western organisations in China. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Wirtschaftswissenschaft,

Anbieter: hugendubel
Stand: 04.07.2020
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Cross-Cultural Management and Retention Managem...
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In his book Tobias Thayer examines the applicability of Cross-Cultural Management (CCM) literature to successful retention management in China. The lack of loyalty of Chinese employees towards foreign enterprises in China and the resulting high turnover rates have become considerable challenges to success. Often, the reason for failure is a lack of awareness for cultural differences and the resulting inability to motivate and retain local employees. CCM is a field of research not well defined yet. It borrows from multiple fields of studies such as management & economics, sociology, psychology, linguistics, translation sciences, and cultural & communications sciences. The author made an attempt to structure this undefined field of studies into categories and assessed each category according to its relevance for retention management in China. In the second part of the book, the author stepped beyond Western management literature and explained how phenomena of Chinese culture and history may have had an influence on Chinese employees' behaviour towards Western employers. Elements that appear to be of relevance are Confucianism, the communist Danwei-System, and many more...

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 04.07.2020
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Adult Education in Academia
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Adult Education in Academia offers roadmaps and tools for responding effectively to the changing needs of learners, educators, trainers, and administrators. The material discussed in various chapters is useful for all diverse teachers and trainers who want to effectively facilitate information to their learners while keeping them engaged in the learning process. The contents are written with a cross-cultural fl avor and diversity since today's educators are able to teach global audiences. The book aims to introduce the reader to a comprehensive recruitment process for potential educators, development of faculty, retention practices of extraordinary faculty members, effective facilitation skills, adult learning, online education, peer review process, and assessment of learning to deliver a quality program to all students regardless of geographic location or teaching modality. The material is designed to be useful to employees, faculty members, associate deans, deans, and program directors both in public and private education arenas. The book is also written for faculty development and training as well as for use by higher education administrators. Colleges and universities wishing to adopt this material for their faculty development programs may contact the authors or the publisher. Schools, trainers and educators adopting this book or any of its chapters may contact the publisher or an author for receiving the available supplementary facilitator's materials such as sample faculty training manuals, exercises, activities, and PowerPoint slides for presentation. This book discusses that extraordinary educators know what to teach, how to teach, as well as how to continuously assess and improve. These extraordinary educators excel at creating exciting learning opportunities since they connect well with learners who learn the skills to reach their full potential. This book offers practical techniques, tips and guidelines for the creation of an extraordinary learning environment. It discusses learning theories, needs assessment , twenty fi rst century facilitation tools, essentials of cyberspace education, diversity management, outcomes assessment, mentoring of new educators, and retention of extraordinary human resources. Ralph Waldo Emerson said that 'the person who can make hard things easy is the educator,' and Adult Education in Academia provides educators with simple to implement tools to make learning more fruitful for students while assessing and enhancing the process for documentation and accreditation. Each of these real world practical facilitation techniques offers opportunities for becoming and being an extraordinary educator.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 04.07.2020
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Adult Education in Academia
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Adult Education in Academia offers roadmaps and tools for responding effectively to the changing needs of learners, educators, trainers, and administrators. The material discussed in various chapters is useful for all diverse teachers and trainers who want to effectively facilitate information to their learners while keeping them engaged in the learning process. The contents are written with a cross-cultural fl avor and diversity since today's educators are able to teach global audiences. The book aims to introduce the reader to a comprehensive recruitment process for potential educators, development of faculty, retention practices of extraordinary faculty members, effective facilitation skills, adult learning, online education, peer review process, and assessment of learning to deliver a quality program to all students regardless of geographic location or teaching modality. The material is designed to be useful to employees, faculty members, associate deans, deans, and program directors both in public and private education arenas. The book is also written for faculty development and training as well as for use by higher education administrators. Colleges and universities wishing to adopt this material for their faculty development programs may contact the authors or the publisher. Schools, trainers and educators adopting this book or any of its chapters may contact the publisher or an author for receiving the available supplementary facilitator's materials such as sample faculty training manuals, exercises, activities, and PowerPoint slides for presentation. This book discusses that extraordinary educators know what to teach, how to teach, as well as how to continuously assess and improve. These extraordinary educators excel at creating exciting learning opportunities since they connect well with learners who learn the skills to reach their full potential. This book offers practical techniques, tips and guidelines for the creation of an extraordinary learning environment. It discusses learning theories, needs assessment , twenty fi rst century facilitation tools, essentials of cyberspace education, diversity management, outcomes assessment, mentoring of new educators, and retention of extraordinary human resources. Ralph Waldo Emerson said that 'the person who can make hard things easy is the educator,' and Adult Education in Academia provides educators with simple to implement tools to make learning more fruitful for students while assessing and enhancing the process for documentation and accreditation. Each of these real world practical facilitation techniques offers opportunities for becoming and being an extraordinary educator.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 04.07.2020
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Innovations in Delivering Culturally Sensitive ...
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Innovations in Delivering Culturally Sensitive Social Work Services: Challenges for Practice and Education is for human service professionals and educators who are seeking innovative ways to make their practice and service delivery more culturally appropriate and their education and training more relevant. As Editor Yvonne Asamoah explains, There has never been a more critical time for social work practitioners, educators, and policy makers to critique their programs, service delivery systems, and curricula for cultural relevance. Apart from federal and state mandates which require agencies to demonstrate how they are preparing workers to deliver culturally sensitive services, demographic shifts and increasing economic hardships are continually producing a more diverse clientele in need of service. . . . Being sensitive to the needs of the local community and the subtle, but significant, ethnic differences within them is critical and has important implications for training, policy, and practice.The contributors describe actual models put into practice in the U.S. and Canada--analyzing the results and debating the issues of diversity and cultural sensitivity in regard to the social work profession. Innovations in Delivering Culturally Sensitive Social Work Services gives you an inside look at different approaches, programs, and studies, including:an innovative demonstration project designed to deliver social services to people from different cultures in Canadaan eight-step communication process model that social work agency supervisors and training units may use to help workers become more effective multicultural practitionersa study on the incidents of misunderstanding between social workers from a Western-oriented society and those from a non-Western society in terms of culture shockthe results of a statewide survey in Nevada on attitudes of social workers in relation to diversity, using a modified Multicultural Counseling Inventory to measure awareness, knowledge, and skillsthe four major multicultural issues considered critical to the delivery of health and mental health, and preventative and treatment services to Latino clientsan examination of the issue of diversity in the workplace using the university and schools of social work as examplesOther important contributions in Innovations in Delivering Culturally Sensitive Social Work Services include a unique look at the topic of cultural diversity and sensitivity from a management perspective--introducing you to the concept of the 'globally awaresocial work manager. Practical suggestions to assist you in achieving global awareness are provided through a Global Problem Analysis Worksheet including issues of staffing, hiring and retention of foreign born staff; service planning and organization to meet the needs of immigrants, refugees, and other international populations; staff development; and broader organizational concerns of information systems and policymaking. Two other chapters directly relate to the critical issues raised by Paige in his comprehensive 1986 work on cross-cultural orientation and applications. These chapters will help you view your own cross-cultural encounters with both clients and peers in a broader, theoretical context.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 04.07.2020
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Adult Education in Academia
69,99 € *
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Adult Education in Academia offers roadmaps and tools for responding effectively to the changing needs of learners, educators, trainers, and administrators. The material discussed in various chapters is useful for all diverse teachers and trainers who want to effectively facilitate information to their learners while keeping them engaged in the learning process. The contents are written with a cross-cultural fl avor and diversity since today's educators are able to teach global audiences. The book aims to introduce the reader to a comprehensive recruitment process for potential educators, development of faculty, retention practices of extraordinary faculty members, effective facilitation skills, adult learning, online education, peer review process, and assessment of learning to deliver a quality program to all students regardless of geographic location or teaching modality. The material is designed to be useful to employees, faculty members, associate deans, deans, and program directors both in public and private education arenas. The book is also written for faculty development and training as well as for use by higher education administrators. Colleges and universities wishing to adopt this material for their faculty development programs may contact the authors or the publisher. Schools, trainers and educators adopting this book or any of its chapters may contact the publisher or an author for receiving the available supplementary facilitator's materials such as sample faculty training manuals, exercises, activities, and PowerPoint slides for presentation. This book discusses that extraordinary educators know what to teach, how to teach, as well as how to continuously assess and improve. These extraordinary educators excel at creating exciting learning opportunities since they connect well with learners who learn the skills to reach their full potential. This book offers practical techniques, tips and guidelines for the creation of an extraordinary learning environment. It discusses learning theories, needs assessment , twenty fi rst century facilitation tools, essentials of cyberspace education, diversity management, outcomes assessment, mentoring of new educators, and retention of extraordinary human resources. Ralph Waldo Emerson said that 'the person who can make hard things easy is the educator,' and Adult Education in Academia provides educators with simple to implement tools to make learning more fruitful for students while assessing and enhancing the process for documentation and accreditation. Each of these real world practical facilitation techniques offers opportunities for becoming and being an extraordinary educator.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 04.07.2020
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Adult Education in Academia
125,99 € *
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Adult Education in Academia offers roadmaps and tools for responding effectively to the changing needs of learners, educators, trainers, and administrators. The material discussed in various chapters is useful for all diverse teachers and trainers who want to effectively facilitate information to their learners while keeping them engaged in the learning process. The contents are written with a cross-cultural fl avor and diversity since today's educators are able to teach global audiences. The book aims to introduce the reader to a comprehensive recruitment process for potential educators, development of faculty, retention practices of extraordinary faculty members, effective facilitation skills, adult learning, online education, peer review process, and assessment of learning to deliver a quality program to all students regardless of geographic location or teaching modality. The material is designed to be useful to employees, faculty members, associate deans, deans, and program directors both in public and private education arenas. The book is also written for faculty development and training as well as for use by higher education administrators. Colleges and universities wishing to adopt this material for their faculty development programs may contact the authors or the publisher. Schools, trainers and educators adopting this book or any of its chapters may contact the publisher or an author for receiving the available supplementary facilitator's materials such as sample faculty training manuals, exercises, activities, and PowerPoint slides for presentation. This book discusses that extraordinary educators know what to teach, how to teach, as well as how to continuously assess and improve. These extraordinary educators excel at creating exciting learning opportunities since they connect well with learners who learn the skills to reach their full potential. This book offers practical techniques, tips and guidelines for the creation of an extraordinary learning environment. It discusses learning theories, needs assessment , twenty fi rst century facilitation tools, essentials of cyberspace education, diversity management, outcomes assessment, mentoring of new educators, and retention of extraordinary human resources. Ralph Waldo Emerson said that 'the person who can make hard things easy is the educator,' and Adult Education in Academia provides educators with simple to implement tools to make learning more fruitful for students while assessing and enhancing the process for documentation and accreditation. Each of these real world practical facilitation techniques offers opportunities for becoming and being an extraordinary educator.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 04.07.2020
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Innovations in Delivering Culturally Sensitive ...
45,99 € *
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Innovations in Delivering Culturally Sensitive Social Work Services: Challenges for Practice and Education is for human service professionals and educators who are seeking innovative ways to make their practice and service delivery more culturally appropriate and their education and training more relevant. As Editor Yvonne Asamoah explains, There has never been a more critical time for social work practitioners, educators, and policy makers to critique their programs, service delivery systems, and curricula for cultural relevance. Apart from federal and state mandates which require agencies to demonstrate how they are preparing workers to deliver culturally sensitive services, demographic shifts and increasing economic hardships are continually producing a more diverse clientele in need of service. . . . Being sensitive to the needs of the local community and the subtle, but significant, ethnic differences within them is critical and has important implications for training, policy, and practice.The contributors describe actual models put into practice in the U.S. and Canada--analyzing the results and debating the issues of diversity and cultural sensitivity in regard to the social work profession. Innovations in Delivering Culturally Sensitive Social Work Services gives you an inside look at different approaches, programs, and studies, including:an innovative demonstration project designed to deliver social services to people from different cultures in Canadaan eight-step communication process model that social work agency supervisors and training units may use to help workers become more effective multicultural practitionersa study on the incidents of misunderstanding between social workers from a Western-oriented society and those from a non-Western society in terms of culture shockthe results of a statewide survey in Nevada on attitudes of social workers in relation to diversity, using a modified Multicultural Counseling Inventory to measure awareness, knowledge, and skillsthe four major multicultural issues considered critical to the delivery of health and mental health, and preventative and treatment services to Latino clientsan examination of the issue of diversity in the workplace using the university and schools of social work as examplesOther important contributions in Innovations in Delivering Culturally Sensitive Social Work Services include a unique look at the topic of cultural diversity and sensitivity from a management perspective--introducing you to the concept of the 'globally awaresocial work manager. Practical suggestions to assist you in achieving global awareness are provided through a Global Problem Analysis Worksheet including issues of staffing, hiring and retention of foreign born staff; service planning and organization to meet the needs of immigrants, refugees, and other international populations; staff development; and broader organizational concerns of information systems and policymaking. Two other chapters directly relate to the critical issues raised by Paige in his comprehensive 1986 work on cross-cultural orientation and applications. These chapters will help you view your own cross-cultural encounters with both clients and peers in a broader, theoretical context.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 04.07.2020
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