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Bridging Engagement Gaps

Author : Vincent Miholic Ph.D.
ISBN : 9781491796894
Genre : Business & Economics
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Bridging Engagement Gaps amasses an eclectic blend of business research and analysis, philosophy and the arts, as well as practical examples and illustrations to better understand the obstacles we confront and the foundational constructs related to realizing optimal worker engagement. Whether you are an intern, thirty-year employee, manager, or business owner, you play a critical role in determining personal and organizational success. Leadership in the workplace begins with basic decency and integrity and has little to do with job titles. Therefore, there must be widespread participation in critical decision-making if your intent is to engage everyone. This resource guide delivers tools and strategies to drive exploratory and evaluative conversations about driving more engagement in the workplace. Learn how to: • define what engagement means and why it’s important; • celebrate the success of others to drive engagement; • landscape a culture in which employees flourish; and • champion multiple points of view. Fully-engaged employees bring passion, purpose, and discretionary energy to their work, but they must feel secure in taking risks and know that their suggestions count. Give them the tools they need to succeed while helping disengaged employees rediscover their passion by Bridging Engagement Gaps.

Lawful Engagement

Author : Linda O. Johnston
ISBN : 9781459232310
Genre : Fiction
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HE LIVED BY THE CODE OF THE WEST Fledgling reporter Cara Hamilton had just landed the story of her life. But it was the aggravating—yet oh-soappealing—Deputy Mitch Steele trailing her every step of the way, insisting they share information, that had her heart racing. Mitch swore all he wanted was to keep her safe. Or so he tried to tell her…. It was Mitch's job to protect the feisty journalist. After all, a killer was loose and Cara had stumbled upon the most recent victim. Mitch would let nothing, and no one, harm beautiful Cara. Even if ensuring her safety meant spending night and day holding her in his arms….

Neue Politikgeschichte

Author : Ute Frevert
ISBN : 9783593377353
Genre : History
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In diesem ersten, programmatischen Band der Reihe werden die Konturen einer neuen Politikgeschichte entworfen. Ihr Gegenstand sind die historisch variablen Grenzziehungen zwischen dem Politischen und dem Nichtpolitischen. Diese sich wandelnden Konstruktionen des Politischen untersuchen die Autorinnen und Autoren des Bandes in verschiedenen empirischen Studien. Thematisch reicht deren Spektrum von Huldigungen an die preußischen Könige über Debatten um Altersgrenzen im Wahlrecht der Weimarer Republik bis zur Politisierung des Mediums Film im Stalinismus und dem Verhältnis von Politik und Religion in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland.

Joint Engagement

Author : Karen Anders
ISBN : 9781460379745
Genre : Fiction
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A mystery boat drifts in the fog…with all of its passengers dead. Two investigators are called to uncover a shocking conspiracy… CGIS investigator Kinley Cooper finds the vessel and makes a grisly discovery. This is a chance to get her career back on track. So it galls her that lethally handsome NCIS agent Beau Jerrott is made lead on the case. The earth-shaking attraction between them doesn't make things easier. The last time Kinley got involved with a partner, it cost her dearly. And yet, despite his reputation with women, Beau's Cajun charm…and unexpected compassion…melt her resistance. Tracing a lead to the Bahamas, the pair find themselves under fire. But fighting terrorists and a drug cartel is easy compared to fighting their undeniable feelings.

Role Interference And Moral Distress In The Subjective Experience Of Deep Undercover Law Enforcement Operatives

Author : Thomas E. Coghlan
ISBN : 9781599423708
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Terms Of Engagement

Author : Kylie Brant
ISBN : 9781426826757
Genre : Fiction
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Everything about her was a lie. Her role in defusing a hostage crisis had blown her cover, and "Lindsay Bradford" knew she had to flee again. But there was one obstacle. Jack Langley. Except her desire for one man. Whoever she really was, Jack knew that Lindsay couldn't run forever. And she couldn't fight a vengeful killer all alone. Wherever she went, the SWAT cop would be there to protect her. Nothing would stop him—not even the desire that blindsided them, making them vulnerable to a bullet that now had both their names on it.

The Rules Of Engagement

Author : Cindy Trimm
ISBN : 9781599793405
Genre : Religion
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Beat the devil at his own game and wage warfare with confidence!There is a spiritual battle going on, and prayer warrior and intercessor Cindy Trimm has given you a manual to wage effective warfare.The Rules of Engagement helps you recognize the spirits that operate in the kingdom of darkness and gives you declarations for engaging them armed with God's power and authority.

Student Engagement In Higher Education

Author : Stephen John Quaye
ISBN : 9781136680199
Genre : Education
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Student Engagement in Higher Education fills a longstanding void in the higher education and student affairs literature. In the fully revised and updated edition of this important volume, the editors and chapter contributors explore how diverse populations of students experience college differently and encounter group-specific barriers to success. Informed by relevant theories, each chapter focuses on engaging a different student population, including: low-income students, students of color, international students, students with disabilities, LGBT students, religious minority students, student-athletes, homeless students, transfer students, commuter and part-time students, adult learners, student veterans, and graduate students. The forward-thinking, practical strategies offered throughout the book are based on research and the collected professional wisdom of experienced educators and scholars at two-year and four-year institutions of higher education. Current and future faculty, administrators, and student affairs staff will undoubtedly find this book complete with fresh ideas to reverse troubling engagement trends among various college student populations.

A Dangerous Engagement

Author : Candace Irvin
ISBN : 1426880979
Genre : Fiction
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Lieutenant Anna Shale had taken on enough dangerous assignments to know how to play the game--and win. But when she was asked to investigate her own criminal cousin, Anna's ability to remain impartial was put to the test. And when she was confronted by her cousin's mysterious right-hand man, Anna felt trouble brewing both in her mission and her heart.... Delta Force Major Tom Wild had enough to worry about as he worked undercover to bring down the man who had destroyed his friend's life. Dwelling on Anna's betrayal wouldn't get him the answers he needed--until he learned the truth behind Anna Shale and realized she had the power to rock his well-ordered life to the core.

Undercover

Author : Olaf Stieglitz
ISBN : 9783593419558
Genre : History
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Denunziationen unterliegen auch in den USA einem moralischen Tabu. Sie gelten als geradezu unamerikanisch. Trotzdem war und ist die Denunziation allgegenwärtig, sie wurde verübt und bewertet, sie wurde verachtet oder als patriotische Pflicht gewürdigt. Olaf Stieglitz schildert, welche Rolle Überwachung und Spitzeltum seit dem Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts spielten und wie das jeweilige System der Denunziation organisiert wurde: ob beim Kampf gegen sexuelle Ausschweifungen oder organisierte Kriminalität, gegen politische Bewegungen oder den Terrorismus, ob für das FBI oder für Politiker wie den Senator Joseph McCarthy. Damit öffnet sich der Blick auf ein tief in der US-amerikanischen Kultur verankertes Charakteristikum: die Angst vor inneren und äußeren Feinden und die Verpflichtung, die Gesellschaft vor diesen Feinden zu schützen. Erst aus dieser Geschichte heraus wird nachvollziehbar, warum heute der "Krieg gegen den Terror" weder vor der Aushöhlung der Verfassung und der Menschenrechte noch vor der Einspannung des Einzelnen in die Sorge um die innere Sicherheit haltmacht.

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