Career Coaching Your Kids

Author: David H. Montross
Editor: Davies-Black Publishing
ISBN: 9780891061007
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Stresses the value of parental support in a child's career choice, and describes how parents can act as role models and assist their children at each stage of growth

Coaching Your Kids In The Game Of Life

Author: Ricky Byrdsong
Editor: Bethany House Pub
ISBN: 9780764224454
File Size: 44,76 MB
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A powerful parenting strategy based on parallels between coaching and raising children. This book inspires parents to build strong families.

Coaching Your Kids To Be Leaders

Author: Pat Williams
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0446511862
File Size: 13,43 MB
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In Coaching Your Kids to be Leaders, Pat Williams takes the seven principles of leadership and applies them to the challenge of building young leaders. The essence of a leader is embodied in these seven important qualities: Vision, Communication, People Skills, Character, Competence, Boldness, Servanthood. Young people can be inspired and motivated to build them into their lives. This is an invaluable tool for those committed to building leadership skills in the children they care for.

Soft Skills

Author: K Alex
Editor: S. Chand Publishing
ISBN: 8121931924
File Size: 30,68 MB
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This book Soft Skills is like a companion, guiding the students, young men and women, at every step in the job market and corporate personnel.Soft Skills have become absolutely essential, both for the growth and success of an individual as well as the organization.

Parenting For High Potential

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Ski

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Resources In Education

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Coaching Our Sons

Author: Chuck Tank
Editor: Badger Books Inc.
ISBN: 1932542345
File Size: 64,95 MB
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This book is a real 'Who's Who' of high school basketball in Wisconsin. More than fifty coaches were interviewed to provide information to tell the story of coaching their sons. The emotions and trials of the family are well documented and provide a unique insight into the life of a coach and his family.A great source of tips for the players and families on how to deal with the complex emotional relationships between players, their family and the coach.

Techniques

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Making education and career connections.

America S Top 300 Jobs

Author: U S Dept of Labor
Editor: Jist Works
ISBN: 9781563704666
File Size: 23,60 MB
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Gives job outlook, earning, nature of the work, and training required for all occupations through the year 2005, based on the "Occupational Outlook Handbook" by the U.S. Department of Labor

Kiplinger S Personal Finance Magazine

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American Book Publishing Record

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The Career Coach

Author: Carol Kleiman
Editor: Dearborn Trade Pub
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Offers practical job hunting tips, with advice on taking charge of one's career, networking, and preparing for a second career

The British National Bibliography

Author: Arthur James Wells
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The Ultimate Career Coach

Author: Ken Langdon
Editor: Infinite Ideas
ISBN: 1908864745
File Size: 43,61 MB
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The ultimate career coach is the goddess's guide to getting to the top and staying there. Packed with advice to help readers achieve career success and ensure a financially stable future, The ultimate career coach will prove an indispensable tool for identifying areas where improvements can be made, and will empower readers to effect the changes that will enable them to be successful, secure and happy. The 149 brilliant ideas contained within The ultimate career coach covers everything the modern woman needs to know about work and money including how to cultivate a cool career, ways to balance work and home life, managing stress levels, getting ahead at work, managing and maximising personal finances and becoming a true success. Practical, wide-ranging and inspiring, The ultimate career coach is the perfect companion to the bestselling Goddess: Be the woman you want to be, and the forthcoming Glow: The Goddess guide to a healthy life. Simply brilliant.

Who S Coaching Your Kids

Author: Gene Hochevar
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ISBN: 9780962422805
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Discusses aspects of Little League coaching, and how parents might be assured that the coaches are properly trained to work with young athletes.

Journal Of Career Planning Employment

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America S Top Jobs For College Graduates

Author: J. Michael Farr
Editor: Jist Works
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Offers career planning and job search advice, including information on 112 jobs requiring at least a four-year college degree

Library Journal

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Includes, beginning Sept. 15, 1954 (and on the 15th of each month, Sept.-May) a special section: School library journal, ISSN 0000-0035, (called Junior libraries, 1954-May 1961). Also issued separately.

Workparent

Author: Daisy Dowling
Editor: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0241402050
File Size: 23,78 MB
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An all-in-one guide for every working parent There are plenty of parenting books out there, but as a working parent there's never been a trusted guide that coaches you how to do well at work and be the loving and engaged mother or father you want to be. Enter Workparent. Whether you're planning a family, pushing for promotion during your kids' teenage years, or at any phase in between, Workparent provides all the advice and assurance you'll need to balance your family and career in your own, authentic way. Whatever your field of work or family structure, you'll learn how to: · Find a childcare arrangement you fully trust · Build a strong support team, at home and on the job · Tame guilt, self-doubt and worry · Step up at work while keeping your family healthy and whole · Navigate big transitions: the return from leave, a promotion or job change, or the arrival of a second child · Advocate for advancement and flexibility at work · Manage day-to-day pressures, like scheduling, work trips, mealtimes and homework · Leave work stress at the door and be present with your children · Find-and really use-time off · Feel more capable, calm and in-control Written by Daisy Dowling, a top executive coach and working parent, this book feels like an intimate talk with a trusted friend and mentor, and it'll have your back for every stage of parenthood. Workparent is the only handbook you need to thrive as a working parent.