The Resiliency Advantage

Author by : Al Siebert
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The Resiliency Advantage

Author by : Al Siebert
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Description : It is the first book to describe the different levels of resiliency that people achieve. Just as students in martial arts must learn basic skills before they can acquire higher levels of skill, this book shows how certain basic resiliency skills provide the foundation for mastering higher-level abilities.


The Resiliency Advantage

Author by : Al Siebert
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The Resiliency Advantage

Author by : Al Siebert
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The Resiliency Advantage

Author by : Al Siebert
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The Resiliency Advantage

Author by : Al Siebert
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The Resiliency Advantage

Author by : Siebert
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The Resiliency Advantage

Author by : Al Siebert
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Description : It is the first book to describe the different levels of resiliency that people achieve. Just as students in martial arts must learn basic skills before they can acquire higher levels of skill, this book shows how certain basic resiliency skills provide the foundation for mastering higher-level abilities.


The Resiliency Advantage

Author by : Anonim
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The Resilience Advantage

Author by : Richard S. Citrin
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Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : For 70 years, psychologists, wellness experts, and physicians have been teaching people that they can manage the stress in their lives. They have been wrong. Over the past 15 years, there has been a revolution in how business, communities, and governments around the globe address challenge and adversity. Their goal has shifted from trying to manage these events to instead recognizing that we have to build resilient systems that help us prepare for them, navigate through them in real time, and bounce back-- or better still, bounce forward. The resilience movement admits the fact that we can't always keep bad things from happening and that we must develop strategies that help us learn from the challenges, not be victimized by them. The Resilience Advantage takes these ideas and those from neuropsychology, education, the arts, sports, and positive psychology and puts them into practical and effective strategies for individuals and organizations who struggle with the day-to-day stresses of today's complex and challenging workplace. Despite our efforts to help people manage their stress, this model is fatally flawed. To work towards resilience, however, with its understanding and acceptance that challenges are inherent and perhaps should be even welcomed, relieves us of the pressures associated with trying to man- age our stress. The Resilience Advantage will transform how you think about stress and help you to move from being a stress victim to being a stress victor.


The Resilient Enterprise

Author by : Yossi Sheffi
Languange : en
Publisher by : MIT Press
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Description : Stories from Nokia, Dell, UPS, Toyota, and other companies show how firms can reduce their vulnerability to high-impact distributions, from earthquakes to strikes, from SARS to terrorism, and use them for competitive advantage. What happens when fire strikes the manufacturing plant of the sole supplier for the brake pressure valve used in every Toyota? When a hurricane shuts down production at a Unilever plant? When Dell and Apple chip manufacturers in Taiwan take weeks to recover from an earthquake? When the U.S. Pacific ports are shut down during the Christmas rush? When terrorists strike? In The Resilient Enterprise, Yossi Sheffi shows that companies' fortunes in the face of such business shocks depend more on choices made before the disruption than they do on actions taken in the midst of it—and that resilience benefits firms every day, disaster or no disaster. He shows how companies can build in flexibility throughout their supply chains, based on proven design principles and the right culture—balancing security, redundancy, and short-term profits. And he shows how investments in resilience and flexibility not only reduce risk but create a competitive advantage in the increasingly volatile marketplace.Sheffi describes the way companies can increase security—reducing the likelihood of a disruption—with layered defenses, the tracking and analysis of “near-misses,” fast detection, and close collaboration with government agencies, trading partners, and even competitors. But the focus of the book is on resilience—the ability to bounce back from disruptions and disasters—by building in redundancy and flexibility. For example, standardization, modular design, and collaborative relationships with suppliers (and other stakeholders) can help create a robust supply chain. And a corporate culture of flexibility—with distributed decision making and communications at all levels—can create a resilient enterprise.Sheffi provides tools for companies to reduce the vulnerability of the supply chain they live in. And along the way he tells the stories of dozens of enterprises, large and small, including Toyota, Nokia, General Motors, Zara, Land Rover, Chiquita, Aisin Seiki, Southwest Airlines, UPS, Johnson and Johnson, Intel, Amazon.com, the U.S. Navy, and others, from across the globe. Their successes, failures, preparations, and methods provide a rich set of lessons in preparing for and managing disruptions. Additional material available at www.TheResilientEnterprise.com.


Survivor Personality

Author by : Al Siebert
Languange : en
Publisher by : Penguin
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Description : The classic guide to what makes people survivors, now in a revised and updated new edition. Who survives? Who thrives? As a psychologist who spent more than forty years studying the phenomenon of survival, Al Siebert gained valuable insight into the qualities and habits that help human beings overcome difficult situations-from everyday conflicts to major life stresses. In this revised and updated edition, he delineates the "survivor personality" and examines the latest research to show how survival skills can be learned, leading to better coping, increased success in work and relationships, and a vastly brighter outlook on the future.


The Resilient Nurse

Author by : Dr. Margaret McAllister, RN, MHN, BA, (UQ)MEd (ACU), EdD (QUT)
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Publishing Company
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Description : "This book is of value to nurses at all levels of their career."--Critical Care Nurse "This is a very practical and easy to read book with many strategies to help new nurses adapt to the stressors of the workplace. It is filled with thought-provoking stories and activities that can foster confidence in tackling workplace issues as well as self-care activities to enhance wholeness and wellbeing. Some suggested strategies for successful outcomes include finding a good mentor, relaxation techniques, using humor, self-reflection, and exercising. There is something in this book for everyone."Score: 96, 4 stars. --Doody's Medical Reviews This essential resource is for nursing and allied health students across the globe who are undertaking-or are about to undertake-their internship and initial work experience. This reference identifies practical strategies for career advancement and for overcoming stressors and challenges in the workplace. With the tools from this book, readers will be able to gain the strength and tactics to break the cycles of hostility and workplace negativity, and thereby change the health system and provide better care for their clients. Key Features: Presents primary narratives and resilience strategies Provides creative resolutions for coping with complex clients, grief, inter-professional tensions, and more difficult issues Contains reader activities that encourage students to become agents of change Highlights resilience strategies; key coping mechanisms; lessons learned; discussion questions; creative thinking exercises; and teacher-related activities


The Adult Student S Guide To Survival Success

Author by : Al Siebert
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Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : Offers adults returning to college practical advice on how to survive the college experience, find financial aid, get their family's support, create a portfolio, write papers, take tests, improve communication skills, and more.


Empathy Fatigue

Author by : Mark A. Stebnicki, PhD, LPC, CRC, CCM
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Publishing Company
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Description : Many mental health practitioners present symptoms that are consistent with their clients' anxiety and stress-related disorders. It comes as no surprise, then, that "counselor impairment" - the stress that comes from treating survivors of traumatic events - is now officially recognized by the American Counseling Associations' Task Force on Counselor Wellness. "Empathy Fatigue" is a term coined by the author after his own experience serving on the crisis response team for the Westside Middle School shootings in Jonesboro, Arkansas. Remarkably, symptoms of empathy fatigue are evident amongst a broad range of professionals: those who treat victims of stressful and traumatic events; those who treat persons with abuse, mood, anxiety, and stress-related disorders; as well as those who work in career and vocational settings or with people with mental and physical disabilities. This guide is also meant for all these groups. This book provides a repertoire of strategies, techniques, and insight designed to increase personal resiliency and decrease counselor burnout and fatigue: Self-assessment approaches, with an in-depth analysis of empathy fatigue and an explanation of this phenomenon from a mind, body, and spiritual perspective. Detailed case studies and suggested questions for self-assessments and self-care. A variety of self-care approaches, providing guidelines to counselors and clinicians to identify their own emotional, physical, and mental exhaustion. .


Resilience

Author by : Anonim
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Publisher by : Church Publishing, Inc.
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Description : In difficult circumstances, conflicts, and life-changing events, we often need inspiration and support to move forward. The root of the word resilience means “to rebound” or “to bounce back,” which implies something happened that was out of our control and required us to recover. Drawing from a variety of sources, this Little Book looks at how we learn to recover and how we can lead others to do the same. This series of Little Books of Leadership is designed to foster conversations within congregations around certain principles and practices that nurture community and growth in the ongoing life of the church.


Stretch

Author by : Karie Willyerd
Languange : en
Publisher by : John Wiley & Sons
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Description : "What worries you most about your job? If you're like the thousands of people surveyed around the world, it is not layoffs, economic uncertainty, or technological change that is your main concern. The number one concern of employees around the world is their position becoming obsolete. They have a right to be concerned. Industries are shifting, companies compete and recruit staff globally, and employees report they don't get the training they need to do their jobs today, much less prepare for tomorrow. Sell-By-Date is written for anyone who wants to ensure they have the necessary skills to face a future workplace that is continuously changing. Based on a 27-country survey of both executives and employees, the book provides advice and practical recommendations for people to ensure they are prepared to compete in the future. Inspiring and impactful, the book identifies how to prepare yourself and your workplace to remain competitive, creative and inspiring. Sell-By-Date provides practical advice and evidence-based guidance on how to obtain tomorrow's skills and create a sustainable work future"--


Gathering Wisdom

Author by : Jerry L. Fletcher
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Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : "Striving to find the key to success beyond degrees and corporate experience, this business guide incorporates the perspectives of four business professionals and offers a vision of accomplishment based on leadership, communication, and resiliency. Practical tips for improving such business skills as writing, speaking, and marketing accompany more conceptual dimensions of success including maintaining integrity with colleagues, seeking out principled leaders, and following an inspired vision. Enhanced professional presentation, resiliency in change, and improved health are just a few of the benefits neophyte professionals can expect to build from incorporating this wisdom into their corporate lives."


Developing Resilience

Author by : Michael Neenan
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Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : Some individuals emerge from grim experiences stronger in mind and spirit than others who suffered the same ordeal. In this updated and revised edition, Michael Neenan focuses on the meanings we attach to life’s adversities in order to understand how we respond to them. This is why different people can react to the same adverse event in a variety of ways such as fighting back or crumbling. Different meanings of what constitutes resilience are also discussed and the author takes issue with the simplistic view of it as bouncing back from adversity which suggests the absence of struggle and emotional pain as well as underestimating how long the process of self-righting can sometimes take. Developing Resilience shows how people can find constructive ways of dealing with hard times by using the ideas and techniques of cognitive behavioural therapy as well as drawing on the viewpoints and experiences of other writers presented here. This book provides useful guidance and advice on topics including: • managing negative emotions in difficult times • using an assets and liabilities model to understand resilient behaviour • distinguishing between what’s within and outside of your control • identifying and changing attitudes that undermine resilience building • developing self-belief • increasing your level of frustration tolerance • maintaining a resilient outlook. This book will be essential reading for anyone interested in learning more about resilience as well as for mental health professionals, coaches and therapists looking for guidance in helping their clients to cope better with adversity.


Building Resilience

Author by : Alice Updike Scannell
Languange : en
Publisher by : Morehouse Publishing
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Description : How do we develop the resilience that empowers us to be ourselves in the face of change? How do we learn to be courageous when days are difficult? How do we build our capacity for healing and growth when we can no longer do the things we once did that gave our lives satisfaction, meaning, and purpose? Building Resilience offers a path toward creativity in responding to change in your life, regaining some control over your circumstances, and overcoming feelings of helplessness. Whether you’re 17 or 75, if life has thrown you a curve ball, this book can help you get on track toward being yourself in your new normal. With a foreword by Stephanie Spellers.


Counseling Practice During Phases Of A Pandemic Virus

Author by : Mark A. Stebnicki
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Publisher by : John Wiley & Sons
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Description : The coronavirus pandemic is a historical trauma that lives in the mind, body, and spirit of humankind and, as such, requires a reconceptualization of how to effectively counsel individuals, families, communities, and underserved populations now and in the years to come. This foundational book addresses the medical, physical, mental, behavioral, and psychosocial health needs of adults, adolescents, and chilren as they experience increases in anxiety, depression, stress, substance use disorders, and suicidality due to the pandemic. Dr. Mark Stebnicki's pandemic risk and resiliency continuum theoretical model introduces clinical practice guidelines for assessment, prevention, and treatment that increase opportunities for optimal health and wellness. *Requests for digital versions from ACA can be found on www.wiley.com *To purchase print copies, please visit the ACA website here *Reproduction requests for material from books published by ACA should be directed to [email protected]


Success Built To Last

Author by : Jerry I. Porras
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Publisher by : Pearson Education
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Description : Authored by three legends in leadership and self-help, this edition challenges conventional wisdom about success through stories of world-renowned leaders and unsung heroes who've learned how to find the courage to follow their passions.


The Resilient Organization How Adaptive Cultures Thrive Even When Strategy Fails

Author by : Liisa Välikangas
Languange : en
Publisher by : McGraw Hill Professional
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Description : WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A "RESILIENT" ORGANIZATION? It means you are not a prisoner of past performance, good or bad; you don't rely on the right leader alone for success but build the capability to be resilient into the organization. You constantly rehearse the culture of anticipating and responding to change, and you innovate even when you don't yet need to. You don't just survive, you thrive--amidst challenge and opportunity. This essential guide, written by a renowned expert in global resilience strategy, shows you how to be smart about success and failure. With these field-tested forward-focused tools, you can: SURVIVE SHOCKS AND SETBACKS TURN THREATS INTO OPPORTUNITIES ANTICIPATE CHANGE BEFORE IT HAPPENS ENSURE YOUR SUCCESS IS SUSTAINABLE As a bonus, the book features Postcards from the Resilient Edge, a powerhouse selection of frontline lessons from leading corporations that demonstrate ways you can marshal skill and master luck to take control of your organization's destiny. THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO THE NEW RESILIENCE MOVEMENT One of the most powerful trends born of the New Recession, resilience has become the operative word for business leaders and entrepreneurs facing an unpredictable market. On the forefront of this movement, global innovator and strategy consultant professor Liisa Välikangas has created a step-by-step system of proven survival strategies you can put into action immediately. Whether you need to bounce back from a downturn, take the fight to new competitors, or change your game plan at a moment's notice, The Resilient Organization shows you how to rethink your current strategies--and rebuild your company’s foundation--using four basic tools . . . INNOVATION with high impact and low overhead DESIGN that is robust, sustainable, and evolvable ADAPTABILITY to changing circumstances STRENGTH in the face of adversity By creating a culture of resilience in your organization, you'll be prepared for any challenge the future might hold. The Resilient Organization's fascinating case studies provide real-world examples of resilience in action: how to recover faster from hardships, how to experiment on new opportunities in a timely manner, how to avoid repeating bad business decisions, and when to scrap old strategiesthat just don't work anymore. Using the timetested principles of resilience, you can find golden opportunities in any situation--whether it's tough competition, reduced resources, or a roller-coaster market. If you're strategically resilient, you not only survive crises, but you can turn these crises into opportunities. LIISA VÄLIKANGAS, PH.D., is professor of innovation management at the Aalto University School of Economics (formerly Helsinki School of Economics) in Finland. She is the cofounder and president of Innovation Democracy, a nonprofi t global organization dedicated to supporting local innovation and entrepreneurship. Her research on innovation, strategy, and organization has been published in Harvard Business Review, MIT/Sloan Management Review, and The Wall Street Journal. With Gary Hamel, she coauthored the Harvard Business Review article "The Quest for Resilience" and cofounded the Woodside Institute, a research organization dedicated to advancing management innovation. Professor Välikangas currently divides her time between Helsinki and California.


Love Em Or Lose Em Sixth Edition

Author by : Beverly Kaye
Languange : en
Publisher by : Berrett-Koehler Publishers
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Description : This sixth edition of the number one bestselling employee retention book in the world (over 800,000 copies sold) puts a new emphasis on diversity and inclusion but keeps the same appealing format: twenty-six simple strategies from A to Z. Despite booms and busts, technology advances, talent wars, layoffs, and even a global pandemic, people want what they've always wanted. Employees want—and now expect—meaningful work, supportive bosses, regular recognition, and a chance to learn and grow. And managers want their amazing people to stay—for at least a little while longer. For two decades, this Wall Street Journal bestseller—over 800,000 sold—has offered twenty-six simple strategies, from A to Z, that managers can use to address their employees' real concerns and keep them engaged. The authors have gone over every word of the previous edition, revising, updating, and streamlining. This edition includes a timely focus on diversity and inclusion in every chapter. For example, chapter 6 focuses on family. Different cultures view family responsibilities differently, so the authors address how to take that into consideration when a treasured employee asks for extended leave to care for a grandparent. And a new section called “Conversations That Count” offers discussion questions for sparking deeper conversation around the topics in the book. This new edition will ensure that Love 'Em or Lose 'Em will continue to help managers all over the world create a supportive workplace culture so they can fight burnout and keep the people they can least afford to lose.


The Power Of Resilience

Author by : Yossi Sheffi
Languange : en
Publisher by : MIT Press
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Description : How the best companies prepare for and manage modern vulnerabilities—from cybersecurity risks to climate change: new tools, processes and organizations for developing corporate resilience. A catastrophic earthquake is followed by a tsunami that inundates the coastline, and around the globe manufacturing comes to a standstill. State-of-the-art passenger jets are grounded because of a malfunctioning part. A strike halts shipments through a major port. A new digital device decimates the sales of other brands and sends established firms to the brink of bankruptcy. The interconnectedness of the global economy today means that unexpected events in one corner of the globe can ripple through the world's supply chain and affect customers everywhere. In this book, Yossi Sheffi shows why modern vulnerabilities call for innovative processes and tools for creating and embedding corporate resilience and risk management. Sheffi offers fascinating case studies that illustrate how companies have prepared for, coped with, and come out stronger following disruption—from the actions of Intel after the 2011 Japanese tsunami to the disruption in the “money supply chain” caused by the 2008 financial crisis. Sheffi, author of the widely read The Resilient Enterprise, focuses here on deep tier risks as well as corporate responsibility, cybersecurity, long-term disruptions, business continuity planning, emergency operations centers, detection, and systemic disruptions. Supply chain risk management, Sheffi shows, is a balancing act between taking on the risks involved in new products, new markets, and new processes—all crucial for growth—and the resilience created by advanced risk management.


Master The Resilience

Author by : Amber Zeitz
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Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : Now there is so much stressful turmoil in the world and workplace that people have to face. The authors want to reach out to working adults by teaching the attitudes and skills they used to find personal and professional satisfaction and success. And hopefully, this book will help you turn stressful changes to your advantage. In this book, you will discover: CHAPTER 1: Resilience in the Face of Change CHAPTER 2: Researching Stress and Resiliency CHAPTER 3: How Hardiness Promotes Resilience CHAPTER 4: You Can Learn to Be Resilient CHAPTER 5: Do You Have the Right Attitudes to Thrive in Adversity And so much more! To get started, simply scroll to the top of the page and click the "Buy now with 1-Click" button!


Leadership For Resilient Schools And Communities

Author by : Mike M. Milstein
Languange : en
Publisher by : Corwin
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Description : Combining proven strategies with new information for developing resiliency in schools, this edition emphasizes the critical role of school leaders and features updated exercises for implementing change.


Government Executive

Author by : Anonim
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Publisher by : Unknown
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Supply Chain Resilience Management Is The Japanese Automotive Supply Chain Resilient Enough

Author by : Wladimir Wiegel
Languange : en
Publisher by : GRIN Verlag
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Description : Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject Business economics - Supply, Production, Logistics, grade: Distinction, University of Manchester (Manchester Business School), language: English, abstract: Since 1980’s the Japanese car manufacturing industry has been celebrated as the most efficient car industry in the world regarding production systems and processes. However, on 16 July 2007 this efficiency of the entire Japanese automotive industry was challenged when an earthquake hit the Chuetsu region in Japan and decimated a small but critical portion of its supply chain. Riken Corp., a supplier of automobile engine components such as piston rings, was this critical sup-ply chain bit. Its failure to operate after the event caused a chain reaction of plant closures of the main eight Japanese car manufacturers and parallelised nearly 70 per cent of the world biggest auto production industry. The underlying qualitative study adopts some conceptual supply chain resilience management models available in the academic literature as theoretical lenses to analyze the Riken Corp. case. The main argument of this research paper is that while the Japanese automotive supply chain is capable of delivering an efficient and effective response to and recovery from an interruption, it, however, lacks the capability of event readiness, which is the active resilience preparation for a supply chain disruption.