Taking Charge

Author: Sarah Edelman
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ISBN: 9780646430140
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Taking Charge! is a practical guide to managing some of the challenges that invariably arise during adolescence. It spells out step-by-step strategies that can make a big difference to the way you feel about yourself, the people you deal with and the things that are happening in your life. Using the principles of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CTB), Taking Charge! is grounded in evidence-based techniques that have been shown to work.

Taking Charge

Author: Mary Beth Harris
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0195172949
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Presents a program that is designed to improve academic achievement and self-sufficiency for teenage mothers.

Taking Charge

Author: Chris Johnson
Editor: eBookIt.com
ISBN: 1456604937
Size: 12,10 MB
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This book is about taking charge of your career, and avoiding a line of least resistance. It's over twenty years since people first started to be told by employers, 'it's up to you to manage your own career.' That's precisely what most of us have done - or have we? Too many people follow the line of least resistance when it comes to career choice. They are easily fooled by the milestones on the line of least resistance, and self seduce themselves into thinking that they have a plan. This book helps to distil the complex ideas and issues that we all face in our careers and to take away some of the easy mistakes and confusion that goes with any transition. It offers a pragmatic approach that places you back in charge of your career, to help you to see what is best for you and to help to you to act. Chris's advice is rich in psychological insight and extensive experience of the real-world challenges of forging a career in today's complex organisational world. The book is both tactical and strategic; a plan for immediate action and a guide for your future.

Taking Charge

Author: Michael R. Beschloss
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0684847922
Size: 15,84 MB
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Portrays the thirty-sixth president as a man who struggled to surpass JFK on civil rights, guided the country into Vietnam, and twisted the arms of friends and enemies alike

Taking Charge

Author: Larry E. Schafer
Editor: NSTA Press
ISBN: 0873551109
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When it's just not possible to take students out to explore the natural world, bring the natural world to the classroom. Clearly organized and easy to use, this helpful guide contains more than 50 science lessons in six units: Greening the School, Insects, Plants, Rocks and Soils, Water, and In the Sky. All lessons include objectives, materials lists, procedures, reproducible data sheets, ideas for adapting to different grade levels, discussion questions, and next steps. Almost all the needed materials are inexpensive or even free (such as leaves and rocks), and if you do get the chance to venture outside, the lessons will work there, too. By using Steve Rich's follow up to his popular book Outdoor Science: A Practical Guide, you can introduce students to everything from bug zoos to the Sun and stars without ever needing to pull on a jacket.

Taking Charge

Author: John O. Whitney
Editor: Beard Books
ISBN: 9781893122031
Size: 16,28 MB
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Taking Charge Of Your Own Health

Author: Lisa Hall
Editor: Harvest House Publishers
ISBN: 0736937188
Size: 20,39 MB
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The realities of American health care, 2009: Less personal medical attention due to cost-cutting and regulationA "40 percent" national misdiagnosis rate, per recent surveysA critical need for people to "take responsibility for their own care"Targeting these issues, author Lisa Hall--whose debilitating condition took nearly ten years to properly diagnose--offers a wide variety of practical resources to empower patients. Hall's experience is buttressed by the expertise of internal-medicine doctor Ronald Wyatt, a fellow of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement.Readers will find valuable guidance on how tofind the right kind of doctor, check physician credentials, and increase benefits of office visitsmaximize Internet researchnavigate medical insurance, Medicare, workers' compensation, and Social Security disabilityreduce vulnerability to hospital mistakesorganize medical recordsThe author encourages readers to move forward step by step--and to look back and see God's plan taking shape through the difficulties.

Taking Charge Of Adult Adhd

Author: Russell A. Barkley
Editor: Guilford Press
ISBN: 9781606237113
Size: 12,47 MB
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For adults with ADHD, problems with attention, planning, problem solving, and controlling emotions can make daily life an uphill battle. Fortunately, effective help is out there. No one is a better guide to how to get the best care—and what sufferers can do for themselves—than renowned ADHD researcher/clinician Russell A. Barkley. Dr. Barkley provides step-by-step strategies for managing symptoms and reducing their harmful impact. Readers get hands-on self-assessment tools and skills-building exercises, plus clear answers to frequently asked questions about medications and other treatments. Specific techniques are presented for overcoming challenges in critical areas where people with the disorder often struggle—work, finances, relationships, and more. Finally, an authoritative one-stop resource for adults with ADHD who are ready to take back their lives. See also Dr. Barkley's bestselling resource on childhood ADHD, Taking Charge of ADHD, Third Edition: The Complete, Authoritative Guide for Parents.

The Dynamics Of Taking Charge

Author: John J. Gabarro
Editor: Harvard Business Press
ISBN: 9780875841373
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Analyzes seventeen successful and unsuccessful managerial transitions, describes the five stages in mastering a new position, and discusses the implications for career planning

Taking Charge Of Your Career Direction Career Planning Guide

Author: Robert D. Lock
Editor: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 0534574262
Size: 10,96 MB
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Long described by users as the most complete, motivating, and logical career-planning book on the market, the Fifth Edition of TAKING CHARGE OF YOUR CAREER DIRECTION continues to provide a straightforward introduction to the concepts of career choices and the importance of planning. It emphasizes the importance of self-exploration by empowering readers to look at themselves, their strengths and weaknesses, and their background and values, and then realistically evaluate the various opportunities in the world of work. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.