Language : English
Published : 2016
Language : English
Published : 2016
This ground-breaking book will give you the skills you need to become an advanced coach. Coaches tend to come from either a business background or a helping profession background, and each finds the other’s approach limiting. The concept of coaching with empathy, in other words giving the coaching client your total attention, is a winning combination of focusing on both empathy, to uncover psychological blocks, and outcomes, to improve performance and initiate change. The emotional world of clients has been problematic, as coaches are wary of getting into therapy, and emotions may even be ignored in a premature focus on solutions. Yet, without engaging with our clients’ emotions we can’t coach. This book will teach coaches the skill of empathy and explain its key role in client change. You will gain the confidence to use different levels and modes of empathy in a range of settings, to suit your client’s stage in the change process, whilst maintaining a focus on solutions and outcomes. The book promotes a combination of the empathy together with a focus on change and shows coaches how to make a lasting difference to their clients.
Anne Brockbank is a Visiting Lecturer at City University and runs Brockbank McGill Associates with Ian McGill. She is a learning and development consultant, working with clients in a range of public and private enterprises. Ian McGill of Brockbank McGill Associates pioneered action learning in higher education in the UK for students on Masters’ and undergraduate programmes, as well as for academic and administrative staff. He is a leading authority on action learning internationally and runs action learning sets in the private and public sector. Series editor Jenny Rogers is one of the leading executive coaches in the UK with more than 20 years of experience. Her clients are typically chief executives and directors of large organizations. She writes extensively about coaching and leadership and has trained many hundreds of managers in coaching skills in the UK and internationally.
Practicing population based care is a central focus of the Affordable Care Act and a key component of implementing health reform. Wellness and Prevention, Accountable Care Organizations, Patient Centered Medical Homes, Comparative Effectiveness Research, and Patient Engagement have become common terms in the healthcare lexicon. Aimed at students and practitioners in health care settings, the Second Edition of Population Health: Creating a Culture of Wellness, conveys the key concepts of concepts of population health management and strategies for creating a culture of health and wellness in the context of health care reform. Beginning with a new opening chapter, entitled, “Building Cultures of Health and Wellness”, the Second Edition takes a comprehensive, forward-looking approach to population health with an emphasis on creating a culture of wellness. The revised text takes into consideration the Affordable Care Act and its substantial impact on how health science is taught, how health care is delivered and how health care services are compensated in the United States. Key Features: – Study and discussion questions are provided at the conclusion of each chapter to highlight key learning objectives and readings. – Case studies highlight real world applications of concepts and strategies, and links to web sites provide additional opportunities for expanding knowledge. – Each chapter can stand alone to highlight key population health issues and provide strategies to address them, allowing educators to choose specific chapters or sections that meet the learning objectives of the course.
In the first feminist critique of modern political theory, Okin shows how the failure to apply theories of justice to the family not only undermines our most cherished democratic values but has led to a major crisis over gender-related issues.
About the Author
Susan Moller Okin is a professor of politics at Stanford University.
Rated by an independent panel as the best introductory Global Health text for undergraduates, Global Health 101, Third Edition is a clear, concise, and user-friendly introduction to the most critical issues in global health. It illustrates key themes with an extensive set of case studies, examples, and the latest evidence. Particular attention is given to the health-development link, to developing countries, and to the health needs of poor and disadvantaged people. The Third Edition is a thorough revision that offers an extensive amount of new and updated information, while maintaining clarity, simplicity, and ease of use for faculty and students. Offering the latest data on the burden of disease, the book presents unique content on key topics that are often insufficiently covered in introductory materials, such as immunization and adolescent health. Key Features: * New chapter on Adolescent Health-an important but largely uncovered topic in the existing Global Health literature * Expanded chapter on Child Health with special attention given to immunizations * Expanded coverage throughout on the topic of health disparities * The latest information on nutrition including the Global Nutrition Report of November 2014 and the Lancet Series on Maternal and Child Nutrition of 2013 * New section on Pharmaceuticals * More than 25 additional “Policy and Program” briefs that cover a range of key topics Includes Navigate 2 Advantage Access with: A comprehensive, interactive eBook with embedded video links, knowledge checks and end-of-chapter quizzes Interactive practice activities including study questions Pre-loaded assessments including chapter quizzes, mid-terms, and a final exam. An expansive package of instructor materials including: sample syllabi, model policy briefs, a case study for discussion for each of the core chapters of the book, and an extensive bibliography of global health references organized by chapter.