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http://www.evanrock.com Want to conquer the world? Social media stress, Occupational stress is stress related to one's job. Occupational stress often stems from unexpected responsibilities and pressures that do not align with a person's knowledge, skills, or expectations, inhibiting one's ability to cope. Occupational stress can increase when workers do not feel supported by supervisors or colleagues, or feel as if they have little control over work processes. Because stress results from the complex interactions between a large system of interrelated variables, there are several psychological theories and models that address occupational stress. Person Environment Fit Model: This model "suggests that the match between a person and their work environment is key in influencing their health. For healthy conditions, it is necessary that employees’ attitudes, skills, abilities and resources match the demands of their job, and that work environments should meet workers’ needs, knowledge, and skills potential. Lack of fit in either of these domains can cause problems, and the greater the gap or misfit (either subjective or objective) between the person and their environment, the greater the strain as demands exceed abilities, and need exceeds supply. These strains can relate to health related issues, lower productivity, and other work problems. Defense mechanisms, such as denial, reappraisal of needs, and coping, also operate in the model, to try and reduce subjective misfit"  Job Characteristics Model: This model "focuses on important aspects of job characteristics, such as skill variety, task identity, task significance, autonomy, and feedback. These characteristics are proposed to lead to ‘critical psychological states’ of experienced meaningfulness, and experienced responsibility and knowledge of outcomes. It is proposed that positive or negative work characteristics give rise to mental states which lead to corresponding cognitive and behavioral outcomes, e.g. motivation, satisfaction, absenteeism, etc. In conjunction with the model, Hackman and Oldham (1980) developed the Job Diagnostic Survey, a questionnaire for job analysis, which implies key types of job-redesign including combining tasks, creating feedback methods, job enrichment, etc."  Diathesis-Stress Model: This model looks at behaviors as a susceptibility burden together with stress from life experiences. It is useful to distinguish stressful job conditions or stressors from an individual's reactions or strains. Strains can be mental, physical or emotional. Occupational stress can occur when there is a discrepancy between the demands of the environment/workplace and an individual’s ability to carry out and complete these demands. Often a stressor can lead the body to have a physiological reaction that can strain a person physically as well as mentally. A variety of factors contribute to workplace stress such as excessive workload, isolation, extensive hours worked, toxic work environments, lack of autonomy, difficult relationships among coworkers and management, management bullying, harassment and lack of opportunities or motivation to advancement in one’s skill level. Jobs-Demand Resources Model: This model posits that strain are a response to imbalance between demands of one's job and the resources he or she has to deal with those demands. Job demands: the physical, psychological, social, or organizational aspects of a job that require sustained physical and/or psychological effort or skills. Therefore, they are associated with expenditure of time and energy. Job resources: the physical, psychological, social, or organizational aspects of the job that aid in achieving work goals; reduce job demands and the associated physiological and psychological cost; stimulate personal growth, learning, and development. Effort-Reward Imbalance Model: This model focuses on the reciprocal relationship between efforts and rewards at work. "More specifically, the ERI Model claims that work characterized by both high efforts and low rewards represents a reciprocity deficit between high ‘costs’ and low ‘gains’, which could elicit negative emotions in exposed employees. The accompanying feelings may cause sustained strain reactions. So, working hard without receiving adequate appreciation or being treated fairly are examples of a stressful imbalance. Another assumption of the ERI Model concerns individual differences in the experience of effort-reward imbalance. It is assumed that employees characterized by a motivational pattern of excessive job-related commitment and a high need for approval (i.e., overcommitment) will respond with more strain reactions to an effort-reward imbalance, in comparison with less overcommitted people."  Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/LDUE/ Instagram @evan.rock Snapchat @theainahawaii https://soundcloud.com/evanrock
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What is WORK ENGAGEMENT? What does WORK ENGAGEMENT mean? WORK ENGAGEMENT meaning - WORK ENGAGEMENT definition - WORK ENGAGEMENT explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Work engagement is the "harnessing of organization member's selves to their work roles: in engagement, people employ and express themselves physically, cognitively, emotionally and mentally during role performances":694 Three aspects of work motivation are cognitive, emotional and physical engagement. There are two schools of thought with regard to the definition of work engagement. On the one hand Maslach and Leiter assume that a continuum exists with burnout and engagement as two opposite poles.The second school of thought operationalizes engagement in its own right as the positive antithesis of burnout. According to this approach, work engagement is defined as a positive, fulfilling, work-related state of mind that is characterized by vigor, dedication, and absorption. Vigor is characterized by high levels of energy and mental resilience while working, the willingness to invest effort in one's work, and persistence even in the face of difficulties; dedication by being strongly involved in one's work, and experiencing a sense of significance, enthusiasm, inspiration, pride, and challenge; and absorption by being fully concentrated and happily engrossed in one's work, whereby time passes quickly and one has difficulties with detaching oneself from work. Organizations need energetic and dedicated employees: people who are engaged with their work. These organizations expect proactivity, initiative and responsibility for personal development from their employees. Work engagement as measured by the UWES is positively related with, but can nevertheless be differentiated from, similar constructs such as job involvement and organizational commitment, in-role and extra-role behavior; personal initiative, Type A, and workaholism. Moreover, engaged workers are characterized by low levels of burnout, as well as by low levels of neuroticism and high levels of extraversion. Also they enjoy good mental and physical health. Research has identified two key sets of variables that drive work engagement: 1. Job resources: Work engagement is found to be positively associated with job resources such as social support from co-workers and from one's superior, performance feedback, coaching, job control, task variety, opportunities for learning and development, and training facilities. These resources are helpful in reducing the impact of job demands on strain, but they are also useful in the achievement of work goals, and they stimulate learning, personal growth and development. One consistent finding is that the motivational potential of job resources is particularly salient in the face of high job demands. Example: In a longitudinal study among 2555 Finnish dentists, researchers found that job resources lead to work engagement, which in turn had an influence on the level of personal initiative and consequently on work-unit innovativeness. 2. Personal resources: personal resources, such as optimism, self-efficacy and resilience are functional in controlling the environment and exerting impact on it in a successful way. Furthermore, engaged employees have several personal characteristics that differentiate them from less engaged employees. Examples are extraversion, conscientiousness and emotional stability. Psychological capital also seems to be related to work engagement. Example: Xanthopoulou, Bakker, Demerouti, and Schaufeli (2007) studied Dutch technicians' work engagement in relation to three personal resources (self-efficacy, organizational-based self-esteem, and optimism). Results indicated that these resources were related to work engagement.
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Wie sehen eigentlich optimale Arbeitsbedingungen aus und welcher Job stresst uns so richtig? Antworten liefert unter anderem das Anforderungs-Kontroll-Modell von Karasek. Viel Spaß ;-)
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Part of a series of explainer videos helping to improve wellbeing by managing stress. This can be done through an understanding of the need to balance demands with resources. The animation is a bit shaky as it was knocked up as part of a proof-of-concept exercise, though a lot of effort was spent on the scripting and voiceover. This is video 2 of 9.
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Medical family simulation / Do our families really understand the stress and often baggage that we bring home with us after work in a hospital or clinic? This video summarizes an article describing a “family day” event held to improve the understanding of the stress and demands of medical providers. This project focused specifically on anesthesia providers but offers a useful model for other specialties. The simulation for medical families was created as part of a wellness program. Our families are often our greatest support network outside of the hospital and clinics. Our families are the ones that miss us when we can’t make dinner on time, get to a soccer game, or take that last minute vacation. The stress on these relationships in huge. Family empathy for the position we are in providing the very best care to our patients is critical to that relationship strength. The paper described here is from an event held by the University of North Carolina Department of Anesthesiology set up stations for parents, spouses, significant others, and children of our inter professional teams. “Our survey data showed that the event was well-received and may be a useful approach to provide support persons with an opportunity to learn, better understand, and support their beloved anesthesia providers’ navigation in the challenging demands of balancing a career and personal life.” You can download the open access article here: Martinelli SM, Chen F, Hobbs G, Chidgey BA, Straube LE, Zvara D, Isaak R. (March 02, 2018) The Use of Simulation to Improve Family Understanding and Support of Anesthesia Providers. Cureus 10(3): e2262. doi:10.7759/cureus.2262 https://www.cureus.com/articles/10863-the-use-of-simulation-to-improve-family-understanding-and-support-of-anesthesia-providers The AMA article can be found here: https://www.ama-assn.org/practice-management/physician-health/family-days-help-loved-ones-understand-anesthesiology-s?fbclid=IwAR092WHyjubYPVNkmB0DHahf3DhSnD6r6jz07lTycgWA0bJilvfXajYjvNY Please Subscribe, give us a thumbs up, and maybe even Hit the notification bell if you plan to come back to see what we have done. CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCDd0u0RDVDivX49KzYvx-A?sub_confirmation=1 ****** Disclaimers ****** ** I am not a medical professional or lawyer so these videos are not intended as advice. ** Photos used in this video were downloaded from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine (provided with permission) and US Army (US Government copyright free) https://www.army.mil/ ** Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. ** Affiliate disclaimer: some of the above links maybe affiliate links or go to my web site where affiliate links are provided, Affiliate links may be found in the pinned comment below as well. These affiliate links may generate me a sales commission. For example, my affiliate links are generally to the Amazon affiliate program and I’m an amazon associate. Hashtags: #HR #MedEd #SimAware Tags: medical family, medical family simulation, Simulation to Improve Medical Family Understanding and Support, employee wellness, simulation for medical families, medical simulation, medical staff wellness, empathy, family empathy, family understanding, SimAware, Human Resources, employee empathy, employee wellness initiative, moral injury, zdoggmd, medical burnout, AMA
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What is EMOTIONAL EXHAUSTION? What does EMOTIONAL EXHAUSTION mean? EMOTIONAL EXHAUSTION meaning - EMOTIONAL EXHAUSTION definition - EMOTIONAL EXHAUSTION explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Emotional exhaustion is a chronic state of physical and emotional depletion that results from excessive job and/or personal demands and continuous stress. It describes a feeling of being emotionally overextended and exhausted by one's work. It is manifested by both physical fatigue and a sense of feeling psychologically and emotionally "drained". Most emotional exhaustion research has been guided by Maslach's and Jackson's three-component conceptualization of burnout. This model suggests burnout consists of three interrelated parts: emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and diminished personal accomplishment. Diminished personal accomplishment refers to negative evaluations of the self. The level of emotional exhaustion which is experienced by an employee is influenced by a variety of determinants, such as: personal resources, coping strategies, emotional culture, and supervisory regulation of display rules. Personal resources, such as status, social support, money or shelter, may reduce or prevent an employee's emotional exhaustion. According to the Conservation of Resources theory (COR), people strive to obtain, retain and protect their personal resources, either instrumental (e.g., money or shelter), social (e.g., social support or status) or psychological (e.g., self-esteem or sense of autonomy). The COR's theory suggest that people must invest resources in order to protect against resource loss, recover from losses, and regain resources. Therefore, those with greater resources are less vulnerable to resource loss and more capable of orchestrating resource gain, whereas, for those with fewer resources, ongoing resource loss may result in a rapid influential loss spiral. In a field study, those experiencing higher levels of job autonomy (the freedom to take initiative and exercise discretion in decision-making), low task complexity, supervisory support, and the internal locus of control (a tendency to attribute events to one's own control; such as the tendency to attribute a success to internal causes, like one's ability or effort, rather than external causes, such as good luck), tend to experience lower degrees of emotional exhaustion. Similarly, researchers reveal that even though higher degree of using emotion regulation on the job is related to higher levels of employees' emotional exhaustion, when employees believe that they have autonomy in their job behaviors, emotion regulation, that is otherwise exhausting, is not associated with exhaustion at all. Another field study, basing on a sample of call-center workers in a large telecommunications corporation, indicate that employees who are highly identified with the service work, possess higher levels of self-efficacy (the belief in one's ability to succeed;), and receive social support from their supervisors, are less likely to experience emotional exhaustion. Researchers suggest that emotional exhaustion may be a result of using inadequate strategies in order to cope with problematic events on the job. Accordingly, there are empirical evidences that employees, who tend to use more control strategies, which are considered more productive strategies (concerned with addressing the situation; such as direct action and help seeking) tend to experience lower levels of emotional exhaustion than do those who tend to use more escape strategies, which are considered inadequate strategies, (used to avoid problems; such as avoidance and resignation with the problematic situation). Regional and national cultures have been shown to have different norms for emotional expressions, and vary in their expectations for regulating and expressing emotions in the workplace. Such differences are part of the emotional culture of those cultures. For example, some cultures are more institutionally-oriented, with strong norms about regulating emotions to fulfill institutional roles and standards, whereas other cultures are more impulsively-oriented that value expressing unregulated emotions.
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Burnout is a psychological term that refers to long-term exhaustion and diminished interest in work. Burnout has been assumed to result from chronic occupational stress (e.g., work overload). However, there is growing evidence that its etiology is multifactorial in nature, with dispositional factors playing an important role. Despite its great popularity, burnout is not recognized as a distinct disorder, neither in the DSM, nor in the ICD-10. This is notably due to the fact that burnout is problematically close to depressive disorders. In the only study that directly compared depressive symptoms in burned out workers and clinically depressed patients, no diagnostically significant differences was found between the two groups: Burned out workers reported as many depressive symptoms as clinically depressed patients. Moreover, a recent study by Bianchi, Schonfeld, and Laurent (in press) showed that about 90% of burned out workers meet diagnostic criteria for depression, suggesting that burnout may be a depressive syndrome rather than a new or distinct entity. Clinical psychologist Herbert Freudenberger first identified the construct "burnout" in the 1970s. Social psychologists Christina Maslach and Susan Jackson developed what is the most widely used instrument for assessing burnout, namely, the Maslach Burnout Inventory. The Maslach Burnout Inventory operationalizes burnout as a three-dimensional syndrome made up of exhaustion, cynicism, and inefficacy. Some researchers and practitioners have argued for an "exhaustion only" model that views that symptom as the hallmark of burnout. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Johannes Siegrist is a medical sociologist and professor at the University of Düsseldorf, Germany. He studies social inequalities in health, stress at work, social determinants of health across the lifespan, concepts and measurements of social inequalities in health, and the sociology of clinical decision-making. Siegrist has served as president of both the International Society of Behavioural Medicine and the European Society of Health and Medical Sociology. We're happy to have him serve as a lead author of Chapter 7: The Future of Work: Good Jobs for All? This is just one of the many interviews shot at our First Author's meeting at Bilgi University in Istanbul, Turkey. Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ipsprogress Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ipsprogress Check out our website: http://www.ip-socialprogress.org/en/home Shot by: Mitch Hamburger Edited by: Jessica Sims
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7th March 2018 - Brown Bag Seminar Presentation #1: Marcus Horwood "The Diminishing State of School Principal Well-being: The Impact of Policy and Passion" School principals are integral to Australia’s socioeconomic outcomes. Principal levels of strain and attrition are, however, increasing at an alarming rate. The Global Education Reform Movement has led to numerous Federal and State policies being implemented in the name of increased principal autonomy, but realistically has lead to significant increases in job demands without providing additional resources for support. Additionally, principals overwhelmingly report high levels of passion for their role. Although a desired trait, passion is known to have a positive relationship with burnout. My PhD will explore the impact policy and passion have on school principal burnout and job satisfaction. Presentation #2: Herb Marsh "May the Force Be With You: The Centrality of Psychological Need Satisfaction/Frustration for Police Wellbeing" Based on responses (N=3,800) from a command and control organization (Australian New South Wales Police Force —one of the largest police departments in the world) we integrate theoretical perspectives from Self-Determination Theory (SDT) and the job demands-resources (JD-R) models of occupational stress. From the perspective of SDT we provide psychometric support for the expanded set of psychological needs, decomposing the six scales into effects of domain (autonomy, competence, relatedness) and direction (need satisfaction and frustration) and their interaction. From the perspective of JD-R, we distinguish between the effects of workplace and personal resources/demands on a variety of workplace and personal outcomes, and the extent to which personal resources/demands moderate the effects of workplace resources/demands. Integrating SDT and JD-R perspectives, we test the SDT prediction that most or all effects of workplace and personal resources/demands—including their interactions—are mediated by psychological needs, and test whether effects of psychological needs are also moderated by personal resources/demands. We found that effects of psychological needs are driven more by direction than domain, but the effect of domain does interact with direction. However, there was no evidence that personal demands/resources moderated either the effects of workplace resources/demands or the effects of psychological needs on any of the outcomes. On average, approximately 1/3 of the effects of resources/demands are mediated by psychological needs (2/3 are not), but the extent of mediation varies with the nature of the outcome (personal or work-related, positive or negative).
Join Our Daily Bread Ministries as Steve Maybee and Jody Hesler share their experiences with the struggles of ministry burnout. As ministry leaders and clinical psychologists, they will offer words of wisdom to help you understand the reality of ministry exhaustion and the healing process and to show you how to cultivate a healthy self-image and preventative lifestyle practices.
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What are the responsibilities of a licensed clinical social worker? Evony shares what she enjoys about her job, the benefits of being a bilingual social worker, and how her salary has increased since starting in this field. This video is part of a series on Khan Academy covering the responsibilities, requirements, and financial aspects of careers. Careers and Personal Finance on Khan Academy: Are you wondering how to land your dream job? How to pay off student loans? What’s the best way to negotiate your salary? Finding answers to questions like these can be hard, but we’re here to help. We ask real people in real jobs how they make it all work in our new video series about careers and personal finance, brought to you with support from Bank of America. Check out our career and personal finance videos on Better Money Habits, Bank of America's financial literacy website: https://bettermoneyhabits.bankofamerica.com About Khan Academy: Khan Academy is a nonprofit with a mission to provide a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere. We believe learners of all ages should have unlimited access to free educational content they can master at their own pace. We use intelligent software, deep data analytics and intuitive user interfaces to help students and teachers around the world. Our resources cover preschool through early college education, including math, biology, chemistry, physics, economics, finance, history, grammar and more. We offer free personalized SAT test prep in partnership with the test developer, the College Board. Khan Academy has been translated into dozens of languages, and 100 million people use our platform worldwide every year. More free lessons at KhanAcademy.org And remember, you can learn anything. For free. For everyone. Forever. #YouCanLearnAnything Subscribe to KhanAcademy’s Careers and Personal Finance channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/KACareersPersonalFinance Join us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter at @khanacademy.
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Get the latest interview tips,Job notifications,top MNC openings,placement papers and many more only at Freshersworld.com(www.freshersworld.com?src=Youtube). Here is a video on “Job opportunities in Master of Social work” by a softskill trainer “Krupa”.Make a note about all the points and try researching more about msw opportunities abroad too.Hope this information helps you in getting a clear idea about MSW. Download our app today to manage recruitment when ever and where ever you want : Link :https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.freshersworld.jobs&hl=en ***Disclaimer: This is just a training video for candidates and recruiters. The name, logo and properties mentioned in the video are proprietary property of the respective organizations. The Preparation tips and tricks are an indicative generalized information. In no way Freshersworld.com, indulges into direct or indirect promotion of the respective Groups or organizations.
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Contact : +91 9133629179 / 9533128892 [email protected] [email protected] www.mbacasesolutions.com ISTM - ISBM - ISBS - XAVIER - IIMRT - IIBMS - IIBM - KSBM - ISM - ISMS - NIPM - NIRM - LPU - SMU - IICT - NSBM - IGNOU - IMT - HIMALAYA - IACT - UPES We provide case study answers , assignment solutions and project reports for MBA, EMBA, BMS, DMS, DBM, MIS, MMS, MIB, CCA, CFM, Adv.Diploma and other Masters & Professional Courses. FB Page - www.facebook.com/mbaanswers G+ Profile - https://plus.google.com/u/0/109042564971026815203 Human Resource Management CASE: I Enterprise Builds On People When most people think of car-rental firms, the names of Hertz and Avis usually come to mind. But in the last few years, Enterprise Rent-A-Car has overtaken both of these industry giants, and today it stands as both the largest and the most profitable business in the car-rental industry. In 2001, for instance, the firm had sales in excess of $6.3 billion and employed over 50,000 people. Jack Taylor started Enterprise in St. Louis in 1957. Taylor had a unique strategy in mind for Enterprise, and that strategy played a key role in the firm’s initial success. Most car-rental firms like Hertz Question: 1. Would Enterprise’s approach human resource management work in other industries? 2. Does Enterprise face any risks from its human resource strategy? 3. Would you want to work for Enterprise? Why or why not? CASE: II Doing The Dirty Work Business magazines and newspapers regularly publish articles about the changing nature of work in the United States and about how many jobs are being changed. Indeed, because so much has been made of the shift toward service-sector and professional jobs, many people assumed that the number of unpleasant an undesirable jobs has declined. Question: 1. How relevant are the concepts of competencies to the jobs in a chicken-processing plant? 2. How might you try to improve the jobs in a chicken-processing plant? 3. Are dirty, dangerous, and unpleasant jobs an inevitable part of any economy? CASE: III On Pegging Pay to Performance “As you are aware, the Government of India has removed the capping on salaries of directors and has left the matter of their compensation to be decided by shareholders. This is indeed a welcome step,” said Samuel Menezes, president Abhayankar, Ltd., opening the meeting of the managing committee convened to discuss the elements of the company’s new plan for middle managers. Question: But how should he see it through? CASE: IV Crisis Blown Over November 30, 1997 goes down in the history of a Bangalore-based electric company as the day nobody wanting it to recur but everyone recollecting it with sense of pride. Question: 1. Do you think that the Bangalore-based company had practised participative management? 2. If your answer is yes, with what method of participation (you have read in this chapter) do you relate the above case? 3. If you were the union leader, would your behaviour have been different? If yes, what would it be? CASE: V A Case of Burnout When Mahesh joined XYZ Bank (private sector) in 1985, he had one clear goal—to prove his mettle. He did prove himself and has been promoted five times since his entry into the bank. Compared to others, his progress has been fastest. Currently, his job demands that Mahesh should work 10 hours a day with practically no holidays. At least two day in a week, Mahesh is required to travel. Question: 1. If the news is broken to Mahesh, how would he react? 2. If you were giving advice to the Chairman on this matter, what would you recommend? CASE: VI “Whose Side are you on, Anyway?” It was past 4 pm and Purushottam Mahesh was still at his shopfloor office. The small but elegant office was a perk he was entitled to after he had been nominated to the board of Horizon Industries (P) Ltd., as workman-director six months ago. His shift generally ended at 3 pm and he would be home by late evening. But that day, he still had long hours ahead of him. Question: 1. What should he do?
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This video highlights the importance of measuring employee engagement and introduces a very useful measurement tool that is used by I/O Psychology consultants and practitioners. Check out my blog at www.curiouslybookish.com References Balducci, C., Fraccaroli, F., Schaufeli, W. (2010). Psychometric Properties of the Italian Version of the UtrechtWork Engagement Scale (UWES-9): A Cross-Cultural Analysis. European Journal of Psychological Assessment. 26(2), 143–149 doi: 10.1027/1015- 5759/a000020. Demerouti, E., Bakker, A. B., Nachreiner, F., & Schaufeli, W. B. (2001). Journal of Applied Psychology. Groehler, L., Caruso, K. (n.d.). Using HR Metrics to Understand the Drivers of Employee Engagement. Retrieved From: http://www.viapeople.com/HRMetric.pdf. Salanova, M., Agut, S., & Peiró, J. M. (2005). Linking organizational resources and work engagement to employee performance and customer loyalty: The mediation of service climate. Journal of Applied Psychology, 90(6), 1217-1227. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/0021-9010.90.6.1217. Seppala, P., Mauno, S., Feldt, T., Hakanen, J., Kinnunen, U., Tolvanen, A., Schaufeli, W. (2009). The Construct Validity of the Utrecht Work Engagement Scale: Multisample and Longitudinal Evidence. Journal of Happiness Studies, 10, 459–481. doi: 10.1007/s10902-008- 9100-y. Schaufeli, W., Salanova, M., González-Romá, V, & Bakker, A. B. (2002). Journal of Happiness Studies. Schaufeli, W. B., Salanova, M., Gonza´lez-Roma´, V., & Bakker, A. B. (2002b). The measurement of engagement and burnout: A two sample confirmatory factor analytic approach. Journal of Happiness Studies, 3, 71–92. doi: 10.1023/A:1015630930326. Schaufeli, W. B. (2007b). Tests. Retrieved February, 28, 2008, from http://www.Schaufeli.com. Storm, K., & Rothmann, I. (2003). A psychometric analysis of the Utrecht Work Engagement Scale in the South African police service. South African Journal of Industrial Psychology, 29, 62-70. Ugwu, F. (2013). Work Engagement in Nigeria: Adaptation of the Utrecht Work Engagement Scale for Nigerian Samples. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Academic Research. Vol. 1, No. 3.
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The “Trauma: A Public Health Crisis in Western New York” conference, sponsored by the Community Health Foundation of Western and Central New York, took place on March 12 and 13, 2010. This conference informed community members and stakeholders about trauma and trauma-informed care. Participants learned to recognize the role of trauma in the lives of children, the effects of adverse childhood experiences on adult health risk behaviors and diseases (delineated in Dr. Robert Anda’s seminal “ACEs” study), and learned how to apply the tenets of the Sanctuary Model to provide trauma-informed treatment and care. Furthermore, this conference enabled participants to collaborate with one another to form a network of community leaders and activists.
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Classes, exams, and homework can all cause a lot of stress - here's how to deal with it. This video is a collab with my friend Jess, who has a postgraduate degree in Psychology and runs her own education/study tips channel called Study With Jess! If you enjoy it, check out Jess' channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLE6bDbrn5kNG94-1VlH_XA Also, I made a video for her channel that's going live today right along with this one. It's about how to take better notes, and I'm way more excited than I need to be about the new whiteboard I got for the drawings in it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sJCVeV2eIzU ---------- If you want to get even more strategies and tips on becoming a more productive, successful student, subscribe to my channel right here: http://buff.ly/1vQP5ar Twitter ➔ https://twitter.com/tomfrankly Instagram ➔ https://instagram.com/tomfrankly ~ created by Thomas Frank
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The global economy is in crisis. The exponential exhaustion of natural resources, declining productivity, slow growth, rising unemployment, and steep inequality, forces us to rethink our economic models. Where do we go from here? In this feature-length documentary, social and economic theorist Jeremy Rifkin lays out a road map to usher in a new economic system. A Third Industrial Revolution is unfolding with the convergence of three pivotal technologies: an ultra-fast 5G communication internet, a renewable energy internet, and a driverless mobility internet, all connected to the Internet of Things embedded across society and the environment. This 21st century smart digital infrastructure is giving rise to a radical new sharing economy that is transforming the way we manage, power and move economic life. But with climate change now ravaging the planet, it needs to happen fast. Change of this magnitude requires political will and a profound ideological shift. To learn more visit: https://impact.vice.com/thethirdindustrialrevolution Click here to subscribe to VICE: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE Check out our full video catalog: http://bit.ly/VICE-Videos Videos, daily editorial and more: http://vice.com More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideo Click here to get the best of VICE daily: http://bit.ly/1SquZ6v Like VICE on Facebook: http://fb.com/vice Follow VICE on Twitter: http://twitter.com/vice Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/vice Download VICE on iOS: http://apple.co/28Vgmqz Download VICE on Android: http://bit.ly/28S8Et0
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This module, primarily aimed at pre-service teachers and new educators, examines definitions and causes of teacher-related stress and provides strategies for recognizing, preventing and coping with stressful situations, events and triggers as they occur. Learn more at http://www.apa.org/ed/schools/cpse/activities/teacher-stress.aspx.
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https://careexcellence.org/leadership/ The Care Excellence Leadership series teaches supervisors, managers, and others in leadership roles how to effectively supervise and mentor their case management team. This results in enhanced staff orientation and onboarding, improved staff satisfaction, decreased turnover, reduced burnout and overall team effectiveness.
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Are you considering converting your medical practice to a concierge model? Have questions about whether direct primary care is a good fit for your practice? Get answers and advice from healthcare business consultant, Nathaniel Arana in this free webinar - hosted by telemedicine software company, eVisit. Nathaniel has helped numerous practices make the transition to a subscription-based model - he'll give you actionable tips on how to become a concierge doctor.
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This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: Occupational health psychology 00:01:06 1 Historical overview 00:01:16 1.1 Origins 00:02:53 1.2 Recognition as a field of study 00:04:06 1.3 Emergence as a discipline 00:06:11 2 Research methods 00:06:40 2.1 Standard research designs 00:07:21 2.2 Quantitative methods 00:08:11 2.3 Qualitative research methods 00:08:36 3 Research topics 00:08:45 3.1 Important theoretical models in OHP research 00:09:07 3.1.1 Demand-control-support model 00:11:28 3.1.2 Job demands-resources model 00:12:35 3.1.3 Effort-reward imbalance model 00:13:15 3.2 Occupational stress and physical health 00:13:33 3.2.1 Cardiovascular disease 00:16:38 3.2.2 Job-related burnout and cardiovascular health 00:17:04 3.2.3 Job loss and physical health 00:17:21 3.2.4 Musculoskeletal disorders 00:18:25 3.3 Workplace mistreatment 00:18:43 3.3.1 Workplace incivility 00:19:46 3.3.2 Abusive supervision 00:20:02 3.3.3 Workplace bullying 00:20:25 3.3.4 Sexual harassment 00:20:45 3.3.5 Workplace violence 00:22:43 3.4 Mental disorder 00:23:00 3.4.1 Alcohol abuse 00:23:49 3.4.2 Depression 00:25:14 3.4.3 Personality disorders 00:25:59 3.4.4 Schizophrenia 00:26:51 3.5 Psychological distress 00:27:46 3.5.1 Psychosocial working conditions 00:28:44 3.5.2 Unemployment 00:29:17 3.5.3 Economic insecurity 00:29:57 3.5.4 Work-family balance 00:30:32 3.6 Workplace interventions 00:30:54 3.6.1 Industrial organizations 00:32:24 3.6.2 OHP research at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health 00:32:59 3.6.3 Military and first responders 00:33:22 3.6.4 Modestly scaled interventions 00:33:59 3.6.5 Health promotion 00:34:18 3.6.6 Prevention 00:35:04 3.6.7 Total Worker Health™ 00:35:47 3.7 Accidents and safety Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago. Learning by listening is a great way to: - increases imagination and understanding - improves your listening skills - improves your own spoken accent - learn while on the move - reduce eye strain Now learn the vast amount of general knowledge available on Wikipedia through audio (audio article). You could even learn subconsciously by playing the audio while you are sleeping! If you are planning to listen a lot, you could try using a bone conduction headphone, or a standard speaker instead of an earphone. You can find other Wikipedia audio articles too at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuKfABj2eGyjH3ntPxp4YeQ You can upload your own Wikipedia articles through: https://github.com/nodef/wikipedia-tts "The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing." - Socrates SUMMARY ======= Occupational health psychology (OHP) is an interdisciplinary area of psychology that is concerned with the health and safety of workers. OHP addresses a number of major topic areas including the impact of occupational stressors on physical and mental health, the impact of involuntary unemployment on physical and mental health, work-family balance, workplace violence and other forms of mistreatment, accidents and safety, and interventions designed to improve/protect worker health. OHP emerged from two distinct disciplines within applied psychology, namely, health psychology and industrial and organizational psychology, as well as occupational medicine. OHP has also been informed by other disciplines including industrial sociology, industrial engineering, and economics, as well as preventive medicine and public health. OHP is concerned with the relationship of psychosocial workplace factors to the development, maintenance, and promotion of workers' health and that of their families. Thus the field's focus is work-related factors that can lead to injury, disease, and distress.
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The fastest SUV in the world squares off with the quickest SUV in the world on this episode of Head 2 Head, presented by Tire Rack (http://www.tirerack.com). The 600hp Germano-British Bentley Bentayga can reach speeds of 187 mph, making it the fastest SUV of all time. But the Tesla Model X P90D with Ludicrous Mode, can rip off a 3.2-second 0-to-60. Which is faster through the quarter-mile? We drag race the two to find out. Then we pit them against a pair of Alfa Romeo 4C Spiders. Why? You’ll need to watch to find out. But trust us, it’s worth your time. Are both of these SUVs worth the money? That depends on your definition of luxury— it’s Ye Olde Tyme English drawing-room posh versus High-Tech Silicon Valley rolling computer. Wood and leather versus EV silence and AutoPilot. Normal doors versus Falcon doors. MOTOR TREND Senior Features Editors Jason Cammisa and Jonny Lieberman take them on an adventure to find out. Which do they prefer? There’s only one way to find out! Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsAegdhiYLEoaFGuJFVrqFQ?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook - http://facebook.com/motortrendmag & https://www.facebook.com/head2headshow Twitter - http://twitter.com/motortrend & https://twitter.com/head2headshow Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+motortrend/posts Instagram - head2headshow Website - http://www.motortrend.com
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Tony Robbins: How To Overcome Emotional Crisis (Tony Robbins Depression) What is the single force that shapes the quality of our lives? What power do we have that can change everything? As you and I both know, the answer is the power of choice. During the past 30 years I’ve had the privilege of working with an incredibly diverse group of people, from presidents of countries to professional athletes, from managers to moms, from gang members to high-powered business executives. I’ve had the unique opportunity to see people in the midst of real challenges, whether it’s the professional athlete who wants to regain his competitive edge, the business leader who wants to expand her influence or the political leader who struggles with a difficult decision. I may not have all the answers (who does?), but after working with so many people and observing the patterns that make them succeed or fail, one thing I am sure of is this: It is our decisions, not our conditions, that determine the quality of our lives. Take a look at your own life. Are you where you want to be? Are you as healthy or financially secure or as happy in your relationships as you would like to be? Or, even if things are going well, are you looking for that extra edge to retain the competitive advantage? Perhaps you feel that in spite of your success, there’s more out there for you, but for some reason, you haven’t grasped it yet. Your first instinct may be to blame the economy, or the housing market, or someone who has treated you unfairly. Before we go any further, we need to understand that we are where we are today because of the decisions we’ve made—decisions about what to focus on, decisions about where to place our priorities, decisions about what things mean and decisions about what to do. For example, if your business or career has been affected by the recession, do you feel that you are being punished or challenged to find a new path? What are you going to do about it? Are you going to give up or give more? No matter what we have experienced in the past, our history is not our destiny—we all have the power to make new decisions today. Here’s another way to look at it: Success is a result of good judgment; good judgment is a result of experience, in most cases. And what about experience? Yes, experience is most often a result of bad judgment. So here’s the good news: The experience gained from bad judgment and bad decisions is unbelievably valuable—it’s priceless! So don’t waste time beating yourself up over poor decisions you’ve made; learn from the experiences. Really, failure is actually one of the best ways we learn. When people succeed, they celebrate. When they fail, they ponder. They stop and think, What happened here? What could I have done differently? It’s only through self-evaluation that we learn how to make better decisions. So, when you make mistakes, learn from them; use your experience to improve your judgment and make better decisions. *CREDIT Tony Robbins Visit Tony Robbins' websites: https://www.tonyrobbins.com/ http://www.unshakeable.com/ Follow Tony Robbins @: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TonyRobbins Twitter: https://twitter.com/tonyrobbins LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ajrobbins Google+: https://plus.google.com/+TonyRobbins Instagram: https://instagram.com/tonyrobbins/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/TonyRobbinsLive FAIR-USE COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER * Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, commenting, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favour of fair use. 1)This video has no negative impact on the original works 2)This video is also for teaching and inspirational purposes. 3)It is not transformative in nature. Law Of Attraction Coaching does not own the rights to these images, videos and audio files. They have, in accordance with fair use, been repurposed with the intent of educating and motivate others. However, if any content owners would like their images removed, please contact us by email at [email protected]
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Quanum On Demand Presents: 10 Things That Keep Physicians Awake at Night by Mark Anderson, Healthcare IT Futurist The healthcare industry is changing from a fee-for-service reimbursement system to a quality and value-based reimbursement system starting by 2018. These adjustments could impact a physician’s revenue by as much as 50%. Physicians’ offices will need to consider next-generation software and modified clinical and financial workflows to ensure that they can thrive in the future. This one-hour, educational presentation will provide: • Insight on current and future operational trends • Results of a national survey on Top 10 Things That Keep a Physician Up at Night • Actionable recommendations to help your practice thrive under this new reimbursement model The webinar was conducted by Mark Anderson, CEO of AC Group, former CIO of 5 hospital systems and HealthCare IT futurist who has worked with over 1,000 physician practices ranging in size from single-provider practices to large multi-specialty practices since the early 1980s.
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El estrés laboral es un mal que sufre un sin número de trabajadores en todo el mundo y que tiene consecuencias nefastas para la salud, en este vídeo se explica el modelo Demanda - Control - Apoyo Social desarrollado por Robert Karasek, que brinda un marco conceptual, con solido respaldo empírico, para explicar el estrés derivado del trabajo.
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Raising children is very difficult and no one has the right to judge someone's particular parenting style. However, some parenting mistakes are more dangerous than others and can seriously damage your child’s health. This video will help you find out what actually affects a child’s psyche and teach those who have toxic parents how they can deal with this issue. When raised by narcissistic parents, children suffer from slowed-down emotional development or none at all, will most likely suffer from depression, anxiety, or post-traumatic stress disorder when they become adults and grow up into an adult that’s either a self-saboteur or a person ready to sacrifice everything to achieve high goals. Children of toxic parents live in constant fear and apprehension. They’ll grow up into teenagers forced to listen to their parents' complaints, adjust to a "complicated situation", put themselves in their parents' shoes, and help, tolerate, and console them. Toxic parents might not see anything wrong whatsoever in telling all the relatives, neighbors, and family friends that deeply sensitive information the child was pressured into disclosing. These types of parents instill an inferiority complex in their kids since they don't wanna see their child try new things and succeed. Their narcissistic self-love generates fear at the thought of their child becoming better, smarter, and more successful than they are. These parents seem to “generously” offer something that their children don’t really need, but any refusal causes resentment. A grown kid starts thinking, "My parents probably just want some company and wanna feel needed." So they accept the help, thank the parents, and offer something in return. But there's no happy ending here because the parents will always remind their children of that "favor" they did for them. Music: https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music TIMESTAMPS The effect of toxic parenting on kids 0:53 Traits of toxic parents: 10. "Fear me yet love me." 2:01 9. "You need to deal with adult problems, but you still have no rights." 2:34 8. "Be the best but don't forget that you're not special." 3:14 7. "Open up to me but don't be surprised by ridicule." 3:54 6. "You're bad so don't even bother trying to become better." 4:31 5. "You can be successful but only if there’s something in it for me." 5:28 4. "Do exactly what I say, but it’s your fault if you fail." 6:15 3. "You’re such an inconvenience, but don't leave me alone." 6:38 2. "Accept our help but stop exploiting us." 7:11 1. "Trust me, but I’m still gonna go through your stuff." 7:58 How to handle a toxic parent? 8:44 SUMMARY -When raised by narcissistic parents, children don't feel loved, heard, or seen, believe that how they look is more important than who they really are as a person. They don't feel support when they try to develop their true self. -For toxic parents, an emotional attack is synonymous with love and attention. -Kids of toxic parents probably believe that it's specifically their bad behavior that makes their father abuse alcohol to calm himself down. -Even if their kid performs much better than they did once upon a time, all of the child's achievements are taken for granted. -Toxic parents force their children to be sincere and later use the same personal information against the kids. -Toxic parents eagerly discuss their child's failures and flaws. -They enjoy boasting about their kids’ success so that others envy them. Plus, a successful child is a guaranteed better life for parents. -Parents treat their child like an object: they make all the plans and expect their kids to follow along. -Toxic parents never want to let their children go. Yet they’re always pointing out that the house, the money, and the food belongs to them. -The kids turn into prisoners in either case: if they refuse their parents' help, they’re ungrateful brats. If they accept, they’ll always be made to feel indebted. -If you try to restrict access to your personal territory, your parents accuse you of distrust or even hiding something illegal or immoral. -We don’t pick our parents, and we can’t really change them. The only thing we can change is our reaction to their actions. Limit access to your personal territory. Choose your personal interests over those of your parents. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
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Trying balance work, family, and life can be an elusive task. This presentation will discuss the work-life balancing act through understanding unbalance, personal health effects, and organizational impact. Strategies are discussed that lay the groundwork for finding personal work-life balance. Alternate ways of conceptualizing life balance are proposed, as well as an exercise to begin swinging the pendulum towards a more balanced and fulfilling life. This presentation is appropriate for those who are seeking life balance, as well as employers, supervisors and managers who are trying to retain and strengthen their workforce. Presenter Sandra B. Morissette, Ph.D. Assessment Core Chief, Veterans Affairs VISN 17 Center of Excellence for Research on Returning War Veterans Associate Professor, Texas A&M Health Sciences Center, College of Medicine Find presentation slides and additional resources for this Military Families Learning Network webinar at https://learn.extension.org/events/1722
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Prof. Dr. Johannes Siegrist war Teilnehmer am Experten-Summit "Leistung und Leistungsverlust in der Berufsweltt". Er trug zum Thema "Die Berufskrise" Soziologische Parameter des beruflichen Burnout" vor. Im Interview beschreibt er seine Motivation, am Gipfel teilzunehmen und geht auf ausgewählte Aspekte seiner Arbeit ein. Created with MAGIX Video deluxe 17 Plus
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The Atari Jaguar. The world's first 64 bit games console. Do the Math. This is how the Atari Jaguar was sold, and I for one, loved it. Launched initially in 1993 in North America, and then the rest of the world in 1994, the Jaguar was a machine which seemed to skip an entire generation of games consoles. Whilst everyone else was playing around with their 16 bits or even 32 bits, Atari smashed it out of the park with 64. Many claimed that it wasn't a true 64 bit console, but with a 64 bit data bus, it really does slot into the common definition of 64 bit, it's just a shame that bits aren't the only gauge of a machine's abilities, and not long after, the Playstation and Saturn would wash away Atari's final hopes and dreams. Still, it's a drastically under-rated console, which could have performed so much more than developers had the time or inclination for. Thankfully a few games, such as Alien vs. Predator and Tempest 2000 show us it's true abilities and are as much fun to play today as ever. Join me on this quest through time charting the story of Atari and their doomed 64 bit console, including the Jaguar's little brother, the Atari Panther and the range of consoles that came before and paved the way. Also if you're looking for Jaguar games, then you won't be disappointed. ☟Sharing☟ If you wish to share this video in forums, social media, on your website, *please do so*! It helps tremendously with the channel! ☟Subcribe☟ https://www.youtube.com/user/nostalgianerdvideos?sub_confirmation=1 ✊Support Me! ✊ *Please consider supporting the channel on Patreon*: https://www.patreon.com/nostalgianerd?ty=h Visit my eBay Shop: http://ebay.to/1QQpYyy Buy From Amazon (Amazon give a small commission to my affiliate account): http://amzn.to/1OzCQWR ★Join me on Social Media★ Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/nostalnerd Face: http://www.facebook.com/nostalnerd Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/nostalgianerd Web: http://www.nostalgianerd.com ★Equipment★ Lumix G6 with Vario 14-42mm Lens Nikon D3200 with 40mm Macro Corel Video Studio Ultimate X9 Corel Paint Shop Pro X6 Blue Snowball Microphone ♜Resources♜ With thanks to http://www.atarimuseum.com and Curt Vendel for allowing me to use some prototype photographs. Some images from Wikimedia/Wikipedia Sinclair Loki image prototypes from Rick Dickinson, the amazingly brilliant Sinclair designer. Music/Game (in order); The Imp's Song The Demons from Adrian's Pen Atari Karts Super Burnout Skyhammer Digital Terror (Tempest 2000) Fight for Life World Tour Racing Alien vs. Predator Nobody told me about ID (Jag Doom) Iron Solider Wonderland Theme (Bubsy) Skyhammer Blackout I-War (track 1) Highlander Woodlands Super Burnout Tempest 2000 The E3 1995 Video was recorded by Atari Explorer Online, charting their voyage around the cutting edge Atari hardware. A full version can be found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fC9ZJWHFjhc digitised and uploaded by QLvsJAGUAR. Head over and sub at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQDnFVcprb6Ks_BuZWZTVFg Research links; http://www.geek.com/games/the-atari-jaguar-had-a-vr-headset-auction-1536947/ http://www.defunctgames.com/theysaidwhat/23/ataris-sam-tramiel-goes-freakin-crazy - Interview with Sam Tramiel http://venturebeat.com/2013/04/25/consoles-that-wont-die-atari-jaguar/ - Another World http://www.homecomputer.de/pages/panther.html - Panther Information http://atariage.com/forums/topic/143762-atari-panther/ - More Panther Discussion http://www.atarimuseum.com/computers/16bits/transputer.html - Atari Transputer http://www.telegames.co.uk/shop/index.php?route=product/category&path=324_69_74 - Jaguar Console http://doom.wikia.com/wiki/Atari_Jaguar - Jaguar Doom http://www.vgmuseum.com/systems/jaguar/ - Jag Specs https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Atari_Jaguar_games - Jag Game List http://www.atariage.com/Jaguar/history.html - History http://www.ataritimes.com/index.php?page=Atari%20Jaguar - John Carmack Doom Quote http://www.leftoverculturereview.com/2012/04/04/5-reasons-why-the-atari-jaguar-isnt-so-bad/ - Jaguar Reasons http://www.atariage.com/ http://www.atari-forum.com/viewtopic.php?t=14194 - Falcon vs Jag Hardware https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Konix_Multisystem - Konix Multisystem https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flare_Technology - Flare Technology http://mcurrent.name/atarihistory/tramel_technology.html - History notes Alien Scanner - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EQg23yaf4mg http://www.atari.io/atari/atari-jaguar/ Club Drive Funny - http://www.atarijaguar.co.uk/2014/01/club-drive.html Jaguar Modem Image - http://retemu.blog.hu/2014/06/06/hardvermorzsa-_multi_eselofizetes_iv http://s27.photobucket.com/user/thomasholzer/media/edgeFeb94JaguarAttentiontoDetail02_zpsec2f1b13.jpg.html -Edge Magazine If you believe I have forgotten to attribute anything, please let me know (twitter), so I can add the source. It takes time to make these, & can be easy to forget or make a mistake. Content may be under fair use educational purposes.
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Take control of your health and join us as Dr. Edward Group shares the six steps to cleansing. Show host Dr. Jack Wolfson discusses with Dr. Group the self-healing mechanisms in the body and how to put them to work for you. Find a transcript and audio-only file of today’s discussion with Dr. Group at https://thehealthyheartshow.com/2018/12/06/six-steps-to-cleansing-with-dr-edward-group/. ***BONUS FOR A LIMITED TIME*** One lucky listener who subscribes to The Healthy Heart Show and posts a review on iTunes will be entered to win a $10,000 Healthy Heart Makeover with Dr. Jack Wolfson as your personal physician. You will be his guest at his private practice in Paradise Valley AZ for this life changing opportunity. Subscribe on iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-healthy-heart-show/id1445470969?mt=2. ***SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL*** https://goo.gl/J8JRjs ***HAVE A QUESTION ABOUT HEART HEALTH?*** Ask Dr. Jack – Leave a voice message https://thehealthyheartshow.com/ask-dr-wolfson/. Dr. Jack Wolfson is a board-certified cardiologist and a fellow of the American College of Cardiology. He has emerged as one of the world’s leading holistic natural cardiologists and is a 5-time Natural Choice Award Winner in the Holistic MD category from Natural Awakenings Magazine. His ideas have been featured by NBC and CNN and covered in publications like the USA Today and The Wall Street Journal. As a trusted leader in heart health and natural heart health, Dr. Jack has taught more than 10,000 physicians his natural heart health best practices. His book, The Paleo Cardiologist: The Natural Way to Heart Health, was an Amazon # 1 best seller. He is an in-demand lecturer about natural healthy living without Big Pharma pills and invasive procedures. ***WANT TO READ DR. JACK’S BOOK?*** https://shop.thedrswolfson.com/products/the-paleo-cardiologist-book-the-natural-way-to-heart-health ***CONNECT WITH DR. JACK ON SOCIAL MEDIA*** Website: https://www.thedrswolfson.com/ Products: https://shop.thedrswolfson.com/collections/the-tdw-collection Podcast: https://thehealthyheartshow.com/ Blog: https://www.thedrswolfson.com/health-library/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1433856320050131/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/thedrswolfson Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thedrswolfson/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/thedrswolfson/ Learn more about Dr. Group at https://www.globalhealingcenter.com/
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Discover the biggest challenges that support professionals face, and what is shaping the future of the profession. Read the full report: http://learn.kayako.com/state-of-the-profession-2016 Jamie Edwards, co-founder of Kayako, and Sarah Chambers, Kayako’s Director of Support, discuss the findings of the report in more detail. These are the four interesting statistics that emerged from the research, based on an international survey of 100+ support agents, managers, directors and VPs. In this bitesize webinar, Jamie and Sarah share their thoughts on the challenges facing customer support profession, and the changes they hope to see this year and beyond. 1. Burnout is a real issue across the support Industry: Customer support professionals are 6.8% less satisfied with their jobs when they first started. 2. Customer support professionals prioritise happiness above revenue: 40% of customer support professionals say upselling/cross selling is not a priority. 3.Delivering customer happiness is easy - delight is unnecessary: 41% say delivering customer happiness is not particularly challenging 4. Reducing customer effort and multichannel support are the future: Agents and Managers find multichannel customer help and making things easier for the customer one of the least challenging parts of their job. Resources mentioned in the webinar: Burnout and "giving 20% time" based on Sarah Chambers UserConf 2015 talk: http://learn.kayako.com/userconf2015 Support Hiring Model: http://learn.kayako.com/support-hiring-model-worksheet/ How to Sell Better Customer Service to Your Board: http://blog.kayako.com/sell-better-customer-service-to-your-board/ About the Report: The first ever Kayako Customer Support State of the Profession Report surveyed 116 respondents to understand customer support trends in salary, tenure, job satisfaction and challenges. We created the report for, and with the help of, the customer support community. Until now, there has been little research done on the state of the profession so we worked with the support community to give them some deeper insight into their industry. The report is anonymous and designed to gain an overview of customer support function, different roles within the industry, and the challenges that teams of all sizes are currently facing. This is the first report of its kind, and we hope to use it as a benchmark to measure against in our next annual report. Read on to learn more about the trends affecting the industry, including salary, tenure, job satisfaction and challenges. Read the full report: http://learn.kayako.com/state-of-the-profession-2016
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University of Washington, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Grand Rounds. Chris Bundy, MD, MPH, "Saving Careers, Saving Lives: WPHP and the Impaired Physician" presented on February 02, 2018. For more information, visit our department website at https://sharepoint.washington.edu/uwpsychiatry/Pages/default.aspx
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Get Winning Well today: http://amzn.to/1Rj2shb "I'd choose WINNING WELL as the top leadership book for the 21st century...full of actionable insights, practices and principles for your lasting leadership success. Take charge of your team, your career, and your results: read WINNING WELL with a highlighter and pen in hand. And then buy a copy for everyone on your team. Yes, it really IS that good.” -David Newman, author of DO IT! MARKETING "Finally, everything a manager needs – from the mindset to the skill set – to deliver sustainable results. Dye and Hurt have brought together the most essential principles and behaviors – that might otherwise take leaders years or careers to learn on their own. Easy to absorb and immediately actionable, WINNING WELL is the handbook for today’s managers." --Julie Winkle Giulioni, Co-Author of HELP THEM GROW OR WATCH THEM GO “WINNING WELL challenges the common win-at-all-costs mentality, offering specific tools and techniques for managers to achieve lasting results while remaining a decent person. This is a practical resource for inspiring teams and developing leaders.” --Adam Grant, Wharton professor and New York Times bestselling author of GIVE AND TAKE and ORIGINALS It can feel like a rigged game. Executives set impossible goals, so managers drive their teams to burnout trying to deliver. Employees demand connection and support, so managers focus on relationships and fail to make the numbers. The fallout is stress, frustration, and disengagement, and not just among team members―two-thirds of managers report being disengaged. To succeed, managers need balance: they must energize people to achieve while creating an environment that makes them truly want to. Winning Well offers a quick, practical action plan―complete with examples, stories, online assessments, and more―for getting the results you need. Managers learn how to: • Stamp out the corrosive win-at-all-costs mentality • Focus on the game, not just the score • Reinforce behaviors that produce results • Set clear expectations―delegating outcomes rather than focusing on process • Celebrate even small successes • Correct poor performance using the INSPIRE accountability method • Demonstrate confidence and humility • Energize teams to sustain excellent performance • And more Today’s hyper-competitive economy has created tense, overextended workplaces. Keep it productive, rewarding, and even fun with this one-stop success kit. Connect with Karin & David: Karin Hurt @letsgrowleaders www.LetsGrowLeaders.com David Dye @davidmdye www.TrailblazeInc.com
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"Burnout Among Healthcare Professionals: The Unrecognized Safety Imperative" Presented by Lillee Smith Gelinas, MSN, RN, CPPS, FAAN, Nurse Executive and Senior Fellow, SaferCare Texas, University of North Texas Health Science Center This webinar series is co-sponsored by SaferCare Texas (formerly known as the UNTHSC Institute for Patient Safety). Description: Recent research published by the National Academy of Medicine links poor healthcare outcomes to clinician burnout, including lower quality, increased costs, higher turnover and alarming rates of suicide and depression. Evidence-based strategies to address the problem are known, but less clear is how organizations can successfully implement them. The issues related to this hidden epidemic will be described and how the ability to achieve optimal performance and outcome excellence is undermined by worker fatigue and burnout. The importance of worker overall health and well-being to create and sustain a culture of safety, a healthy work environment, and a work-life balance will be presented. Objectives: -Discuss recent research linking burnout to poor personal and organizational performance -Identify promising approaches and current strategies to address fatigue and burnout -Understand how to recognize risks in co-workers and team members -Describe resources available for personal and organizational well-being For more information, visit https://nnlm.gov/scr/professional-development/patient-safety-series The National Network of Libraries of Medicine is funded by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services. Learn more at https://nnlm.gov
A women's panel discussion moderated by Rebecca Lindsay, Ambassador for the College Join Rebecca Lindsay as she moderates a panel of professional women in leadership as they navigate the challenges of leading well in the working world while maintaining a strong and satisfying family life. As an accomplished educator, writer, and mother, Mrs. Lindsay knows first-hand the challenges that face professional women as they attempt to balance the many demands placed on them. Hear from some of our remarkable alumnae as they share their successes and challenges as they seek to live lives that honor God in their many roles.
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Dr. Steven Chan is UCSF’s inaugural Clinical Informatics fellow and psychiatric physician. Dr. Chan investigates R01 grant-funded research in telepsychiatry, smartphones and mobile wearable devices for mental health. He's the current American Psychiatric Association Vice Chair for the Workgroup on Mental Health & Psychiatric Apps and an editorial board member for the JMIR Mental Health. Through a combination of compelling personal narrative and citations of medical and business research, Dr. Chan informs us on causes and symptoms of professional stress and anxiety. He additionally shares with us "life hacks" we can employ in our lives to manage workplace stress and to minimize its negative effects. More information about Dr. Chan and his research is available at his website: http://www.StevenChanMD.com/ Moderated by Gloria Yarovaya and Devon H. O'Dell.
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This 120-minute recorded webcast provides an overview of the use of applied behavior analytic principles to increase data accuracy and treatment fidelity while teaching techniques to gain staff buy-in. Data collection may be considered the cornerstone of applied behavior analysis. Data determines how behavior analysts make decisions about behavioral interventions. Data is often collected by other staff, not necessarily behavior analysts. Behavior analysts, therefore, must ensure that the collected data is accurate and reliable. Staff must also be trained to implement interventions with fidelity. Common issues in the full implementation of behavior interventions involve inaccurate data recording, observer/"implementation" drift, and inaccurate implementation of behavioral interventions. Staff training begins at an organizational, macro-level to ensure the availability of resources. In the field of applied behavior analysis, particularly in work involving individuals with disabilities, job positions at all levels may be stressful. The amount of work needed for the care of individuals with a disability can be daunting. Implementing behavioral strategies with fidelity is crucial to ensure accurate analysis of interventions and prevent staff from engaging in ineffective behavioral interventions. This presentation will discuss the components of effective behavioral intervention: accurate implementation of behavioral strategies, data collection, and methods to increase staff buy-in and decrease staff burnout. A review of the literature will be explored to identify effective methods for implementing all components of an effective behavioral intervention. #Autism Applied Behavior Analysis #Autism Webcast For more information, go to http://www.special-learning.com/store/product/371 or email us at [email protected] Visit Special Learning, Inc. website: https://www.special-learning.com/ Follow our Social Media Accounts: Facebook: https://business.facebook.com/speciallearning LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/special-learning-inc-/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/speciallearning Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/speciallearningglobal/
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Trick Art "Optical Illusion" : Hole and scale in my hand This Time Lapse Optical is the 4 of a series of 5 drawings on the hand. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TutoDraw Instagram : http://www.instagram.com/TutoDraw MUSIC : : Render,Prism License: http://bit.ly/CCAttribution A Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY) Jordan Molina 2015
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This is a little Throwback Thursday video - one I filmed two years ago, but never released. James was totally always #TeamIronMan. Be sure to check out James grappling with his inner Avengers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYz5W-h8MJc Also check out the clip before VFX: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKCOW_fctkY
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