The Truth About Lies In The Workplace

Author by : Carol Kinsey Goman
Languange : en
Publisher by : Berrett-Koehler Publishers
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Description : You Work with a Bunch of Liars?Learn What to Do About It -- -- ?JD Schramm, EdD, Director, Mastery in Communication Initiative, Stanford University Graduate School of Business.


The Truth About Lies In The Workplace

Author by : Carol Kinsey Goman
Languange : en
Publisher by : Berrett-Koehler Publishers
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Description : The Enhanced Edition includes 22 minutes of instructional video by the author in seven videos. The introduction video uses a card trick to show why some liars are harder to spot than others. Three videos explain the key points to know to avoid seeming deceptive when telling the truth, how biases and assumptions interfere with the ability to know who’s lying, and how managers can reduce lies in the workplace. Two videos show examples of nonverbal deception detection, and how to deal with liars in a job interview. One video shares what the author has learned since writing the book. Lies aren’t good in general, but in the workplace they’re especially poisonous. They can destroy employee engagement and productivity, undermine teamwork, increase stress, ruin people’s livelihoods, and even bring down entire companies. It’s critical to catch workplace lies before they snowball into something catastrophic, but most of us have no clue about how to spot a liar. And the workplace setting adds another layer of complexity. At what point do you report a liar? If you decide to take action, what exactly should you do? And what if the liar is your boss? In this entertaining and needed book, leading workplace body language expert Carol Kinsey Goman combines her own experiences with the latest research to provide a comprehensive guide to spotting, exposing, and minimizing workplace lies. Goman looks at the high cost of workplace deception for individuals and organizations, why people tell lies at work, and the kinds of lies they tell. She offers fifty ways that body language and vocal cues can help you spot a liar and explains how our own vanities, desires, self-deceptions, and rationalizations allow us to be duped. Once you spot a lie, she provides tactical advice on how to respond, whether the liar is above, below, or on the same level as you. And Goman explains how to make sure your own body language doesn’t inadvertently make you seem untrustworthy and what leaders at all levels can do to reduce lies and encourage candor. Some workplace lies are a polite and positive part of professional life (“I’d be delighted to come to that meeting”). But Goman focuses on truly destructive lies and shows how you can prevent them from wreaking havoc on individuals and organizations.


The Truth About Lies

Author by : George Acquaah
Languange : en
Publisher by : Xulon Press
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Description : A theological analysis of how to overcome deception.


The Truth About Lies

Author by : Aja Raden
Languange : en
Publisher by : St. Martin's Press
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Description : Decoding how we behave, Aja Raden's The Truth About Lies illuminates situations where we are better off lying—to ourselves and at times to others—and why it can be a healthy psychological mechanism...


The Truth About Lies In The Workplace How To Spot Liars And What To Do About Them Large Print 16pt

Author by : Carol Kinsey Goman, PH. D.
Languange : en
Publisher by : ReadHowYouWant
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Description : You Work with a Bunch of Liars - Learn What to Do About It. Sure, everyone tells little white lies now and then, but real deception in the workplace is a poison that can destroy relationships, careers, and companies. Carol Kinsey Goman, a leading workplace body language expert, combines her own experiences with the latest research to identify fifty subtle physical and vocal cues that will enable you to spot destructive workplace lies. She analyzes the role we play in supporting lies - how our own vanities, desires, self - deceptions, and rationalizations allow us to be duped. And once you detect a lie, she provides tactical advice on how to respond, whether the liar is above, below, or on the same level as you - even if it's your boss. ''Lying in the workplace causes huge problems for business - the proper people do not get promoted, profits are generally compromised, wrong steps are made, and much more. This book should be a best seller.'' - Robert L. Dilenschneider, President and CEO, The Dilenschneider Group, and author of Power and Influence and A Briefing for Leaders. ''After 30 years in the training and development industry, I have come to trust Goman's expertise in body language and nonverbal cues in the workplace. I would recommend this book to any leader working to improve culture and effective communication within his or her organization.'' - Margie Mauldin, President, Executive Forum. ''Goman's book sheds light on a phenomenon in business that too many of us prefer to [pretend] doesn't exist: deception. A must - read for emerging and established leaders alike.'' - JD Schramm, EdD, Director, Mastery in Communication Initiative, Stanford University Graduate School of Business.


Polygraphs In The Workplace

Author by : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor. Subcommittee on Employment Opportunities
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Theology Of Work Bible Commentary

Author by : Hendrickson Publishers
Languange : en
Publisher by : Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
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Description : This Theology of Work Bible Commentary is an in-depth Bible study tool put together by a group of biblical scholars, pastors, and workplace Christians to help you discover what the whole Biblefrom Genesis to Revelationsays about work. Business, education, law, service industries, medicine, governmentwherever you work, in whatever capacity, the Scriptures have something to say about it. This edition is a one-volume hardcover version.


Trust And Betrayal In The Workplace

Author by : Dennis Reina PhD
Languange : en
Publisher by : Berrett-Koehler Publishers
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Description : Trust is a non-negotiable for high performing relationships and organizations. Yet trust is fragile, and ninety percent of the behaviors that break it are subtle, fleeting, and unintentional. Drs. Dennis and Michelle Reina have rewritten this third edition of their best-selling, award-winning book Trust and Betrayal in the Workplace to empower everyone at every level of responsibility – not just leaders – to build and sustain trust in their workplaces. Updated and completely rewritten with new case studies, tools, tips, and reflections, this third edition is the culmination of the authors' more than 20 years of rigorous research and “in the trenches” trust building experience with hundreds of organizations and thousands of people around the world. As pioneers in the field of trust, Dennis and Michelle tell the truth about what it takes to build sustainable trust in the workplace – trust that withstands the tests of time, geography, and an increasingly volatile and competitive marketplace. In this third edition, the authors provide the most detailed blueprint available for building highly effective, trust-based connections and organizations. Drs. Dennis and Michelle Reina have devoted their careers to trust because they believe that people don't just want and need trustworthy relationships – they have a fundamental right to them. In this rewritten third edition of Trust and Betrayal in the Workplace, the authors reveal their practical, proven approaches to accessing this right to trust - one thought, intention, and behavior at a time.


An Hr Guide To Workplace Fraud And Criminal Behaviour

Author by : Michael J. Comer
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : It is reliably estimated that over 70 per cent of all job applications contain misleading information. If that was the limit of deception at work faced by HR and line managers, then maybe things wouldn't be too bad. But deception isn't limited simply to the area of recruitment; there's also absenteeism, minor theft, misuse of information, not to mention the tissue of half-truths and falsehoods thrown up by an employee seeking to camouflage theft, responsibility for a fatal accident or a multi-million pound fraud. An HR Guide to Workplace Fraud and Criminal Behaviour is full of advice, best practice and case studies of deception from around the world. In fact, everything you need to: ¢ protect your workplace and the employees within it from incompetent or dangerous co-workers, theft, violence and criminality in all its forms; ¢ ensure your company's continued reputation and compliance with employment, criminal and other legislation; ¢ safeguard your shareholders or other stakeholders from the consequences of fraud, litigation or other loss. HR managers have an important part to play both in ensuring the ethical development of any organization and in protecting that organization from dishonest employees. This book offers a definitive guide to meeting these responsibilities head on.


Overcoming Workplace Pathologies

Author by : Gilbert W. Fairholm
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer
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Description : This book deals directly with the characteristics of the relationships that the leader builds in the context of the work environment. It argues that the prevailing work community work culture is intended to help the leader lead but, increasingly it impedes the leader’s work. Leadership is a function of the leader’s values, attitudes, and aspirations: leadership flows from the leader’s spiritual character-defining core essence. However, the author argues that cultural forces coming from both inside and outside the workplace, often designed to promote diversity, inclusivity, and tolerance, have introduced into the work culture values and behavior that are pathological to executing effective leadership and detrimental to the health of work communities. While attractive on the surface, these new values are toxic to the idea of relationship and thus threaten the work community culture, in effect "killing leadership." This book will arm leaders with the tools, resources, and techniques to recognize and overcome workplace pathologies. After reading this book, leaders will: have a complete understanding of the key principles of spirit-based values leadership see clearly that the leader’s values shape both the leader’s one-on-one relationships with coworkers and are at the center of the work culture they create to re-enforce coworker actions and decisions appreciate more fully the power of the ambient work culture to influence coworkers toward leader set values and methods guiding the work community know the toxic effect on doing leadership of introducing non-work values and standards into the work community culture understand the arguments against allowing subgroups of the work community to form and practice values opposed to the values the leader has set for the full group be better prepared to deal with the consequences of encountering evil, hatred and/or fear in the workplace realize that not all coworkers are uniformly honest and truthful and learn ways to counter this behavior and still accomplish the work community’s goals and ensure its productivity The result is a pragmatic approach to aligning values, behaviors, and performance, while enhancing the principles of effective and positive leadership throughout the organization.


Truth Lies And Trust On The Internet

Author by : Monica T. Whitty
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Total Read : 93
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Description : The Internet is often presented as an unsafe or untrustworthy space: where children are preyed upon by paedophiles, cannibals seek out victims, offline relationships are torn apart by online affairs and where individuals are addicted to gambling, love, and cybersex. While many of these stories are grounded in truth, they do paint a rather sensationalized view of the Internet, the types of people who use it, and the interactions that take place online. Simultaneously, researchers claim that the Internet allows individuals to express their true selves, to develop 'hyperpersonal' relationships characterised by high levels of intimacy and closeness. At the heart of these competing visions of the Internet as a social space are the issues of truth, lies and trust. This book offers a balanced view of the Internet by presenting empirical data conducted by social scientists, with a concentrated focus on psychological studies. It argues that the Internet’s anonymity which can enable, for instance, high levels of self-disclosure in a relationship, is also responsible for many of its more negative outcomes such as deception and flaming. This is the first book to develop a coherent model of the truth-lies paradox, with specific reference to the critical role of trust. Truth, Lies and Trust on the Internet is a useful text for psychology students and academics interested in Internet behaviour, technology, and online deviant behaviour, and related courses in sociology, media studies and information studies.


Organizational Behaviour And Work

Author by : Fiona M. Wilson
Languange : en
Publisher by : Oxford University Press
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Total Read : 38
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Description : The most critical yet accessible introduction to work and organizational behaviour.


What Would Buddha Do At Work

Author by : Franz Metcalf
Languange : en
Publisher by : Berrett-Koehler Publishers
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Total Read : 63
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Description : Shares strategies for success in business and personal life, discussing how to incorporate Buddhist insights into making career choices, solving problems, interacting with others, and dealing with organizational concerns.


The Honest Truth About Dishonesty

Author by : Dan Ariely
Languange : en
Publisher by : Harper
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Total Read : 72
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Description : Explores the question of dishonesty from Washington to Wall Street, and the classroom to the workplace, to examine why cheating is so prevalent and what can be done to prevent it.


Work Values

Author by : Anonim
Languange : en
Publisher by : Rodopi
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Total Read : 67
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Description : This book is an important contribution to the Values literature on the meanings of work. These essays explore the philosophical, ethical, religious, and social foundations that underscore so much of the current thinking and concern about work satisfaction and the place of work in the search of meaning. Various points of view are presented and these include among others historical perspectives, empirical studies and cross-cultural explorations. The result is a compelling and critical volume which challenges many basic cultural and empirical assumptions and raises many questions about values and value-based decisions.


Swapping Lies

Author by : Marc A. Bringman
Languange : en
Publisher by : Trafford Publishing
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Total Read : 28
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Description : In a world where business ethics have taken a back seat to the pursuit of wealth and power and movements like political correctness have muzzled the fair exchange of ideas, is it any wonder that the average employee views the workplace with suspicion and consequently checks their loyalties at the office door? Dishonesty has crept into the workplace and undermined organizational performance. Navigating this environment is a difficult task for employees and managers alike. Swapping Lies! takes the issue of deception in the workplace head on. In a powerful blend of academic research, common sense business advice, and home spun tales, the author presents a case for change. In doing so, he offers more than 80 "Tips" designed to help the reader navigate today's complex work environment. In a refreshing change in presentation and style this author provides a third dimension in his footnotes. In addition to a comprehensive list of references, the author uses the footnote as a running commentary on the main text. Much like an alter ego, each footnote adds a deeper insight to both the subject at hand and the author himself. All in all, Swapping Lies! is a real world view of today's organization and a no-nonsense approach to effective organizational management.


Visual Workplace Visual Thinking

Author by : Gwendolyn D. Galsworth
Languange : en
Publisher by : Taylor & Francis
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Total Read : 34
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Description : Visual Workplace/Visual Thinking (VWVT) was written by the acknowledged leading expert in workplace visuality. While other books touch upon visual workplace tools and practices, no other author has addressed the topic with the clarity and depth presented here. This is a seminal book, considered by many the definition of the field itself. First published by a small, independent press in 2005, the book won the prestigious Shingo Research Prize in the same year. It was then and remains the only book of its kind that describes the conceptual and practical foundation for workplace visuality, derived from dozens of hands-on implementations in some of the world’s best or most challenging companies. Written not by an academic, but by a hands-on practitioner who has worked for three decades with companies in various phases of visual transformation, the work carries the reader from the usual starting point of 5S through to the full power of the visual-lean® alliance. The book’s 11 chapters are in four sections. The first defines the visual workplace in relation to operational excellence, along with the eight building blocks of visual thinking. The next section, which targets the cultural conversion, is unexpectedly thrilling as it describes the genuine transformation of both company and employee which is at the heart of every visual conversion. Section 3 maps the logic and sequence of Dr. Galsworth’s 10-Doorway template as you learn about the visual side of 5S, visual standards, visual scheduling, visual material control, visual metrics, visual problem-solving, visual leadership as well as the visual machine® and visual-lean®office. The final section of VTVW places visual management within the visual continuum, shows you how to use the ten doorways to assess your own company, and concludes with a discussion of the visual-lean alliance, illustrated through a conversion case study. With over 25 full-color albums of visual solutions, 50+ graphs and charts, a detailed table of contents and in-depth Index, this 277-page book positions the technologies of the visual workplace as a premier improvement strategy on every company’s journey to operational excellence.


Workplace Competitiveness Issues

Author by : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Education and the Workforce. Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Total Read : 67
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Working Dazed

Author by : Angela Browne Miller
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer
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Total Read : 22
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Lies About Learning

Author by : Larry Israelite
Languange : en
Publisher by : American Society for Training and Development
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Total Read : 31
Total Download : 328
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Description : Lies About Learning is a frank and entertaining look at where myth and reality diverge in the multi-billion-dollar workplace learning industry. Written by 12 high-level executives from a wide range of industries, Lies About Learning offers a rare insight into the business of organizational learning. From e-learning, to learning management, to leadership programs, to research and the value of consultants, this book exposes the most prevalent myths and offers the counterweight of reality and real world practice. In the end, Lies About Learning provides executives and learning professionals with the tools to ask the right questions and to make learning decisions that are measurable, predictable, and meaningful for their organizations.


Polygraph Protection Act Of 1985

Author by : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Labor and Human Resources
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Total Read : 71
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The Art Of Authenticity

Author by : Karissa Thacker
Languange : en
Publisher by : John Wiley & Sons
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Total Read : 93
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Description : Leverage your authentic self into a valuable leadership strategy The Art of Authenticity is a guide to becoming a better leader by achieving your best self. All people bring different sides of themselves to various situations. This book will show you how to broaden and deepen your effectiveness by presenting the most appropriate side of yourself. Dr. Karissa Thacker is the management psychologist called on by over two hundred Fortune 500 companies to work with high potential leaders. This book provides you with her expert guidance, based on validated psychological research and artful application of psychological principles to actual business situations, to help you become an authentic leader. You'll learn how to lead through reflection, action, and conscious choice, and how to maintain your guiding principles while effectively leading your team. By replacing habitual reactions with authentic ones, you'll find that you're modeling good behavior and effective decision-making—and that authenticity is contagious. This guide equips you with the tools and skills you need to be the catalyst of positive change your organization needs. How do you remain authentic while being an effective leader? This book argues that the question isn't a duality. Authenticity is the best way to lead, and the only way to maintain sustainable success as an organization. This insightful guide shows you how to find your authentic self, and leverage that into an effective, executable leadership strategy. Become authentic in a way that befits your values Show loyalty, honesty, ethics, and consideration Maintain authenticity in leadership roles Make conscious choices instead of blind reactions Some are born to lead, other must be taught, but all leaders must work to retain their own values and basic sense of self. A simple pause can mean the difference between a knee-jerk reaction and an authentic decision, and the effects ripple throughout your organization. The Art of Authenticity is your guidebook to finding the true authentic leader within, and leading from the inside out for the long haul.


Business Without The Bullsh T

Author by : Geoffrey James
Languange : en
Publisher by : Hachette UK
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Total Read : 26
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Description : In this "must-read," readers will learn surprising yet tried-and-true secrets about being an extraordinary boss, about coping with annoying coworkers, and navigating the thorny problems that recur in every workplace (Gerhard Gschwandtner, publisher of Selling Power magazine). Contrary to popular belief, the business world is not that complicated. While every industry and every profession requires specific expertise, the truth is that the "business of business" is relatively simple. For the past seven years, Geoffrey James has written a daily blog that's become one of the most popular business-focused destinations on the web. Tips from Business Without the Bullsh*t: Long work hours mean less work gets done. Multiple studies reveal that working 60 rather than 40 hours a week makes you slightly more productive but only for a little while. After about three weeks, people get burned out, get sick and go absent, and start making avoidable errors. What every boss wants from you. From your boss's perspective your real job is to make the boss successful. There are no exceptions to this rule. Why your resume is your enemy. Only write a resume after you're talking to people inside the hiring firm. Then, customize it to match what you've discovered that they really what.


Don T Bring It To Work

Author by : Sylvia Lafair
Languange : en
Publisher by : John Wiley & Sons
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Total Read : 88
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Description : How can you get to the bottom of workplace behaviors that simply don't work for you or your organization? Don't Bring It to Work explores what happens when patterns originally created to cope with family conflicts are unleashed in the workplace.?This groundbreaking book draws on the success of Sylvia Lafair's PatternAware program Total Leadership Connections. Throughout the book she shows how to break the cycle of pattern repetition and offers the tools that can turn unhealthy family baggage into creative energy that will foster better workplace associations and career success. Lafair identifies the thirteen most common patterns that correspond to characters familiar to anyone who has ever worked in an office: Super Achiever, Rebel, Persecutor, Victim, Rescuer, Clown, Martyr, Splitter, Procrastinator, Drama Queen or King, Pleaser, Denier, and Avoider. To help overcome destructive behavior problems, she maps out the three main steps for becoming aware of patterns and finding the way OUT: Observe your behavior to discern underlying patterns Understand and probe deeper to discover the origins of these patterns Transform your behavior by taking action to change The book includes a wealth of real-life anecdotes and practical, workbook-style exercises that clearly show how anyone can get beyond old, outmoded attempts at conflict resolution and empower themselves to make profound differences both at work and in their personal lives.


The Essential Guide To Workplace Investigations

Author by : Lisa Guerin
Languange : en
Publisher by : Nolo
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Total Read : 10
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Description : Learn how to conduct a full and fair workplace investigation Workplace complaints carry serious legal and financial risks to a company, so it’s essential to act fast when you receive an employee complaint. But an ineffective or poorly handled investigation can land your company in even more trouble than not performing one at all. In the era of #MeToo, it’s more important than ever to ensure your investigation is complete, impartial, and timely. The Essential Guide to Workplace Investigations shows you how to legally and successfully investigate and resolve any type of complaint or problem. It covers common workplace issues such as harassment, discrimination, violence, drug and alcohol use, and employee theft. The book guides you through each step of an effective investigation, including: deciding whether to investigate taking immediate action, if necessary choosing an investigator planning the investigation interviewing witnesses gathering and evaluating the evidence taking action documenting the investigation, and following up. With Downloadable Forms You can download all the forms you need, including sample policies, checklists, templates, and resources at Nolo.com


Mediation In The Workplace

Author by : Rebecca Jane Weinstein
Languange : en
Publisher by : Greenwood Publishing Group
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Total Read : 69
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Description : An effective tool for training in mediation and for developing a mediation program in the workplace, this book includes theoretical discussion, training exercises and an administrative guide with policies, procedures, and forms for program implementation.


The Truth Crushes Commie Lies

Author by : United States. Department of Labor
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Total Read : 74
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Tasks For The Veterinary Assistant

Author by : Teresa Sonsthagen
Languange : en
Publisher by : John Wiley & Sons
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Total Read : 74
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Description : Tasks for the Veterinary Assistant is the definitive, practical guide to the vital skills and techniques used in daily practice—bringing together all the information necessary to succeed as a veterinary assistant in one reader-friendly volume. Now in its fourth edition, this classic text has been completely revised to adopt a concise approach to learning that is ideally suited for modern readers. More and improved images, streamlined chapters, and easily-referenced key topics help readers understand the important aspects of real-world practice. Updated chapters cover infectious disease protocols, clinical procedures, and patient care and management. New chapters cover exam and treatment room skills, and present information on small animals, laboratory animals, and large animals. This re-envisioned new edition: Covers every task and technique that veterinary assistants encounter daily Offers step-by-step guidance for fundamental veterinary skills, procedures, and practices Provides quick and easy reference to a comprehensive range of central topics Uses a new, larger page size to better fit content and enhance searching for information when on the job Includes access to a companion website presenting instructor resources, skills evaluations, and PowerPoint slides Tasks for the Veterinary Assistant, Fourth Edition continues to be the definitive text for trainee and practicing veterinary assistants in clinical, laboratory, or research settings.


Business Ethics A Textbook With Cases

Author by : William H. Shaw
Languange : en
Publisher by : Cengage Learning
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Total Read : 10
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Description : BUSINESS ETHICS, 9th Edition is a comprehensive and practical guide that will help you with real life ethical issues that rise in the business world. It will assist you through the process of developing the critical thinking and analytical skills needed to successfully navigate the unique set of problems that emerge when ethics and commerce collide. This book focuses on key ethical concepts and emphasizes the real world importance of critical topics such as the nature of morality, major theories of ethics and economic justice, and competing views of capitalism and corporate responsibility. It is thorough, flexible, and designed to bolster student involvement with the material for better comprehension and understanding. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.


Truth Lies And Trust On The Internet

Author by : Monica T. Whitty
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 69
Total Download : 765
File Size : 53,6 Mb
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Description : The Internet is often presented as an unsafe or untrustworthy space: where children are preyed upon by paedophiles, cannibals seek out victims, offline relationships are torn apart by online affairs and where individuals are addicted to gambling, love, and cybersex. While many of these stories are grounded in truth, they do paint a rather sensationalized view of the Internet, the types of people who use it, and the interactions that take place online. Simultaneously, researchers claim that the Internet allows individuals to express their true selves, to develop 'hyperpersonal' relationships characterised by high levels of intimacy and closeness. At the heart of these competing visions of the Internet as a social space are the issues of truth, lies and trust. This book offers a balanced view of the Internet by presenting empirical data conducted by social scientists, with a concentrated focus on psychological studies. It argues that the Internet’s anonymity which can enable, for instance, high levels of self-disclosure in a relationship, is also responsible for many of its more negative outcomes such as deception and flaming. This is the first book to develop a coherent model of the truth-lies paradox, with specific reference to the critical role of trust. Truth, Lies and Trust on the Internet is a useful text for psychology students and academics interested in Internet behaviour, technology, and online deviant behaviour, and related courses in sociology, media studies and information studies.