International Cooperation: Motivation, Success Factors and Critical Assessment:1. Auflage. Sebastian Haupt
International Cooperation: Motivation, Success Factors and Critical Assessment: Sebastian Haupt
Motivating Cooperation and Compliance with Authority:The Role of Institutional Trust Nebraska Symposium on Motivation. Auflage 2015
Employees´ Motivation and its Origins:How Cooperation with Employees can Improve Business Success Daniel Tschater
Employees´ Motivation and its Origins:How Cooperation with Employees can Improve Business Success. 1. Auflage Daniel Tschater
From conflict resolution to corporate strategy, this highly sought-after seminar leader and keynote speaker offers inspiring, entertaining motivation for today. Subjects include stretching your ´´Comfort Zone´´, how to lead a life of value, the four ´´Musts´´ of goal-setting, and overcoming obstacles. 1. Language: English. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/sp/made/000230/sp_made_000230_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
China´s Modern Geopolitical Strategy in Latin America after 1990:Ashift from politically driven motivations to long-term economic cooperation Lucia Dubajová
A watershed book that masterfully integrates insights from evolutionary biology, genetics, psychology, economics, and more to explore the development and workings of human societies.´´There is no good reason why human societies should not be described and explained with the same precision and success as the rest of nature.´´ Thus argues evolutionary psychologist Pascal Boyer in this uniquely innovative book. Integrating recent insights from evolutionary biology, genetics, psychology, economics, and other fields, he offers precise models of why humans engage in social behaviors such as forming families, tribes, and nations, or creating gender roles. In fascinating, thought-provoking passages, he explores questions such as, Why is there conflict between groups? Why do people believe low-value information like rumors? Why are there religions? What is social justice? What explains morality? Boyer provides a new picture of cultural transmission that draws on the pragmatics of human communication, the constructive nature of memory in human brains, and human motivation for group formation and cooperation.
As a teacher, have you ever felt like this? At times, it gets so boring teaching the same stuff over and over! When homework papers come in, I sometimes wish I hadn´t assigned them. I feel so washed out by the end of most days - the job pressure is killing me! I need to figure out ways to turn my lackluster class environment into an exciting and vibrant one. Student behavior is turning out to be a nagging problem. If only I could get some co-operation from the parents! The Art of Teaching: A Survival Guide for Today´s Teacher, offers you workable solutions to these and many other classroom situations you come across daily. The book deals directly with problems that teachers identify as their greatest concerns: discipline, written work, pressure, effectiveness, burnout, parent co-operation, and student motivation. It will help sharpen your teaching skills, enhance the learning environment, and make school more meaningful and fun for everyone. The book is essentially written for middle and high school teachers who think of themselves as lifelong learners. It will also be helpful for teachers-in-training, teacher leaders, school administrators, educators who hire teachers, supervisors, and policy-makers. The author has put pen to paper in the hope that some of the techniques you pick up from this book, will make you loved, respected and remembered. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Randy Whitlow. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/054671/bk_acx0_054671_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
As human beings, we are fascinated by what makes us tick. We know that nature gave us certain biological appetites to ensure our survival, among those the need for water, food, sex, and love, but meeting these alone is not enough to ensure happiness. Scientists, and now managers, are realizing that people have a biological need to experience social rewards like praise, the thrill of innovation, and the satisfaction of acquiring new skills. To succeed, every manager needs to realize that work must provide more than just a paycheck and that quenching these social appetites is the key to creating passionate employees whose productivity blows away the bottom line.Primal Management is the first book to bring together the five impulses at the core of human motivation (innovation, competency, attaining goals, cooperation, and self-protection). It reveals that to drive employees, the workplace has to satisfy these appetites, and offers practical tips on how to do it and metrics for measuring success. Respected consultant Paul Herr explodes the myth that emotions have no place on the job and explores how this belief actually harms employee performance. Using examples of companies that have benefited from the principles of primal management, he shows how businesses can measure their emotional health, address areas where they don´t engage employees, and increase productivity by boosting the emotional paycheck. Based on groundbreaking scientific research, this book will change the way we inspire our people and show how fulfilled employees lead to incredibly profitable businesses. 1. Language: English. Narrator: John Warren. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/001684/bk_adbl_001684_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.