The Art of Happiness with Ben Bonetti is a series tailored to help you set your mind on living a longer and happier life. With more than 10 years of experience in self-help and development, Ben has helped millions change their lives for the better. In this lesson Ben explains how to use comparisons in a positive way and why comparing yourself to others can be a good technique for boosting motivation and personal growth. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Benjamin Bonetti. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/024843/bk_adbl_024843_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Motivations of environmental volunteers : A cross cultural comparison:A Canadian perspective from Taiwan Kelly Barbara Schnare
Cross-National Comparisons of Student Motivation and School Contexts:Results from TIMSS 2007 Pey-Yan Liou
Are you a mom who is completely overworked and overwhelmed? Do you feel like you´re always behind in work? Are you always late picking up the kids, scrambling from one activity to the next and getting fast food on the run too many times a week? Are you lacking any energy to give to your marriage, when the day´s done? I´ve been there! I´m Islin Munisteri. I´m a reservoir engineer formerly in a Fortune 100 energy company, now working for ´´the man´´, and my story is a lot like yours - always striving to compete in the workplace and never feeling like there´s enough of me to go around at home. But I´m calling all this BS, right here, right now. We women have allowed ourselves to get sucked into this world of competition and comparison, and it´s draining the very life out of us. Let me show you a different way, a way toward joy and peace in your life. In this book, I break down some simple strategies for you to reclaim your calm and powerfully stand up to say, ´´I am enough!´´ 1. Language: English. Narrator: Anne Jacques. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/062285/bk_acx0_062285_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Job Motivation and Culture. A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Germany and the United States: Lennart Reinhold
Job Motivation and Culture. A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Germany and the United States:1. Auflage. Lennart Reinhold
Comparison of critical thinking, achievement motivation and Creativity: Atefeh Kamaei, Parviz Askary
Influence of leadership on motivation in an intercultural context. Illustrated by the comparison of the leadership styles of Steve Jobs and Tim Cook (Apple Inc.): Carina Reinfeld
Influence of leadership on motivation in an intercultural context. Illustrated by the comparison of the leadership styles of Steve Jobs and Tim Cook (Apple Inc.):1. Auflage. Carina Reinfeld
Bachelor Thesis from the year 2016 in the subject Business economics - Personnel and Organisation, grade: B, Heilbronn University, language: English, abstract: Thesis paper about the cultural differences in motivating and managing human resources between the German and United States workforce and managers. Outstanding leadership performance of todays very culturally diversified workforce is, if not the, one of the most important challenges for organizations. One very important aspect of leadership is the ability to motivate; this is a much needed skill in order to allow co-workers and subordinates to use their full potential. Motivation is an essential part of any profession, not only for the employer or leader but also for the employee. This paper researches the differences in job-motivation that exist across cultures, particularly the cultural differences between Germany and the United States and presents a comparative analysis of these two cultures. Not every cultural difference seems directly linked to job-motivation, but on a deeper level many inconspicuous differences do affect motivation after all. The aim of this work is to find the discrepancies and similarities of values, beliefs and attitudes in the workplace and to come to an explanation of these influences and to conclude the implications they have. In pursuance of demonstrating the implications of culture on motivation, understanding of the concepts behind motivation and culture is absolutely necessary. Therefore, this paper will introduce the key concepts in the field of motivation and culture before analyzing the key differences, in the American and German culture as well as the differences in motivation. The scope of this work is broad; different industries and subcultures are mentioned, but are not the focus of the research. The aim is to draw a generalized and extensive picture of both cultures on a national level, and to subsequently introduce a guideline of intercultural management for companies and managers in the field of international business.