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Burnout Paradise Remastered Nintendo Switch
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Burnout Paradise Remastered Nintendo Switch
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Switch off und hol Dir Dein Leben zurück - Wie ...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 21.08.2017, Einband: Paperback, Titelzusatz: Wie wir der digitalen Stressfalle entkommen, Autor: Schmiderer, Monika, Verlag: Droemer Knaur, Sprache: Deutsch, Schlagworte: Abschalten // Alltagstipps // analoge Welt // Angststörung // Burn-out // Burnout // Depression // Digital // Digital Detox // digital minimalism // Digitale Abhängigkeit // digitaler Minimalismus // Digitalisierung Buch // Digitalisierung Gefahren // Digitalisierung Gesellschaft // Einsamkeit // entschleunigen // Entschleunigung // Facebook // Gefahren Digitalisierung // gesellschaftskritische Bücher // Informationen // innere Ruhe // innere Ruhe Buch // innere Ruhe finden // Lebensfreude // Lebensfreude Buch // Lebenshilfe // Lebenshilfe Bücher // Medien // offline // Offline Zeit // Offline-Sein // online // persönliche Entwicklung // Persönlichkeitsentwicklung Buch // Psychologie // Ratgeber Leben // Ratgeber Lebensführung // Selbsthilfe // Selbstwirksamkeit // Smartphone // soziale Medien // Stress & Stressbewältigung // stressfrei und gelassen // Switch-Off // Vereinsamung, Produktform: Kartoniert, Umfang: 304 S., Seiten: 304, Format: 2 x 21 x 13.5 cm, Gewicht: 491 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Burn Out: Self Care for Behavioral Health Clini...
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Burn Out - Self Care for Behavioral Health Clinicians contains practical life hacks to help you retool and rethink your entire life.   Behavioral health clinicians have plenty of day-to-day challenges. Burn Out - Self Care for Behavioral Health Clinicians can help you implement self-care strategies into your everyday life.   Having spent countless hours examining all aspects of self care while working as a behavioral health clinician, I decided to create Burn Out - Self Care for Behavioral Health Clinicians. Having observed the rapid rate of burnout and the subsequent consequences, it is critical that more attention is paid to burnout prevention and compassionate care for and advocacy of behavioral health clinicians.  The chapters of Burn Out - Self Care for Behavioral Health Clinicians include:  "Burn Out"  "Self Care" "Toxic Workplaces"  "Mental 'Health' Sweat Shops" "The Bait and Switch" "Opportunity" "Delegating Duties" "Life Automation" "Hydration" "Benefits of Self Care & Boundaries" "Clinicians’ Mental Fitness" About the author of Burn Out - Self Care for Behavioral Health Clinicians: My background is in healthcare. I have worked in one way or another in the healthcare industry for most of my adult life. I have earned a bachelor's degree in health care management, a master's of science in health sciences with a concentration in public health (MSHS), and a master's degree in social work (MSW).  Currently, in the state of North Carolina, I hold licenses as a: licensed clinical social worker associate (LCSWA) and licensed clinical addiction specialist associate (LCASA). Currently working toward completing all requirements to earn a license as a clinical social worker (LCSW) and a license as a clinical addiction specialist (LCAS).  1. Language: English. Narrator: Emily Ember. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/117842/bk_acx0_117842_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Sleeping with Your Smartphone
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“Ms. Perlow’s advice should be taken seriously” — The Economist “The great thing about Harvard Business School Professor Perlow's book is that she makes it clear that companies can actually change the way they work and break the 24/7 habit.” — Huffington Post “Our refusal to break from work often actually reduces our effectiveness and can even lead to burnout. How can you learn to let go? In Sleeping with your Smartphone, Leslie Perlow suggests that part of a leader’s job is to teach his or her team to manage boundaries between work and private life. Disconnecting really is the solution: the workaholic consultants at Boston Consulting Group are proof. They made the decision to disconnect from work at given times, reviewed their work methods, and found ways to work and live better!” — Business Digest (France) 'A well-presented book with lots of practical tips for the workaholics! Even if change cannot be achieved at the organisation level you still get the sense that by making some small changes to how you work you can achieve a better home-work life balance.' — BCS – The Chartered Institute for IT “Perlow proves that we do not have to be hostages to our everyday devices - advice that is needed now more than ever.” — Business Executive “So if you are looking for a way to be more effective as a manager, or team leader, turn off your phone and read Sleeping with Your Smartphone.” — The Chronicle Herald “ Sleeping with Your Smartphone, should be required reading for any senior executive concerned about the dysfunctionality of 'always-on' connectivity.” — The Observer (UK) “ Sleeping with Your Smartphone provides excellent, proven principles for how to bring change into an existing corporate culture and how to empower employees to join in the fight to make the company better.” — Examiner.com “If you’re looking for a book title that captures the frazzled, anxious life of executives who are too worried about work to ever unplug, you probably couldn’t do better than Harvard Business School professor Leslie Perlow’s new book, Sleeping With Your Smartphone.” — The Globe and Mail “Leslie Perlow makes a strong case that you do not have to sleep with your smartphone, at least not every night.” — Fort Worth Star-Telegram “ Sleeping With Your Smartphone will enlighten any team trying to sync among themselves while questioning the worthwhile of on-demand accessibility.” — Business Insider ADVANCE PRAISE for Sleeping with Your Smartphone: “Professionals of all kinds complain about the difficulty of balancing life and work, but no one has had much insight about how to fix the problem…until Leslie Perlow went out and did it. This book should be required reading for every consultant, manager, HR professional, and working parent with a demanding career.” — Chip Heath, coauthor, Switch: How to Change Things When Change Is Hard “Leslie Perlow has given us a modern masterpiece, the only book that really shows how to harness those irresistible electronic intruders that now invade our lives. Sleeping with Your Smartphone is packed with evidence and specific, useful steps for building productive and creative workplaces that bolster rather than destroy our sanity and humanity.” — Robert I. Sutton, professor, Stanford University; author, Good Boss, Bad Boss “Leslie Perlow, one of today’s leading experts in how organizations really function, has applied her prowess to a question that bedevils every professional: what impact does working harder and longer have on our achievements and our happiness? The answers in this marvelous book reveal that keeping our lives in balance is more important than we ever imagined—for ourselves and our organizations.” — Clayton M. Christensen

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Sleeping with Your Smartphone
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“Ms. Perlow’s advice should be taken seriously” — The Economist “The great thing about Harvard Business School Professor Perlow's book is that she makes it clear that companies can actually change the way they work and break the 24/7 habit.” — Huffington Post “Our refusal to break from work often actually reduces our effectiveness and can even lead to burnout. How can you learn to let go? In Sleeping with your Smartphone, Leslie Perlow suggests that part of a leader’s job is to teach his or her team to manage boundaries between work and private life. Disconnecting really is the solution: the workaholic consultants at Boston Consulting Group are proof. They made the decision to disconnect from work at given times, reviewed their work methods, and found ways to work and live better!” — Business Digest (France) 'A well-presented book with lots of practical tips for the workaholics! Even if change cannot be achieved at the organisation level you still get the sense that by making some small changes to how you work you can achieve a better home-work life balance.' — BCS – The Chartered Institute for IT “Perlow proves that we do not have to be hostages to our everyday devices - advice that is needed now more than ever.” — Business Executive “So if you are looking for a way to be more effective as a manager, or team leader, turn off your phone and read Sleeping with Your Smartphone.” — The Chronicle Herald “ Sleeping with Your Smartphone, should be required reading for any senior executive concerned about the dysfunctionality of 'always-on' connectivity.” — The Observer (UK) “ Sleeping with Your Smartphone provides excellent, proven principles for how to bring change into an existing corporate culture and how to empower employees to join in the fight to make the company better.” — Examiner.com “If you’re looking for a book title that captures the frazzled, anxious life of executives who are too worried about work to ever unplug, you probably couldn’t do better than Harvard Business School professor Leslie Perlow’s new book, Sleeping With Your Smartphone.” — The Globe and Mail “Leslie Perlow makes a strong case that you do not have to sleep with your smartphone, at least not every night.” — Fort Worth Star-Telegram “ Sleeping With Your Smartphone will enlighten any team trying to sync among themselves while questioning the worthwhile of on-demand accessibility.” — Business Insider ADVANCE PRAISE for Sleeping with Your Smartphone: “Professionals of all kinds complain about the difficulty of balancing life and work, but no one has had much insight about how to fix the problem…until Leslie Perlow went out and did it. This book should be required reading for every consultant, manager, HR professional, and working parent with a demanding career.” — Chip Heath, coauthor, Switch: How to Change Things When Change Is Hard “Leslie Perlow has given us a modern masterpiece, the only book that really shows how to harness those irresistible electronic intruders that now invade our lives. Sleeping with Your Smartphone is packed with evidence and specific, useful steps for building productive and creative workplaces that bolster rather than destroy our sanity and humanity.” — Robert I. Sutton, professor, Stanford University; author, Good Boss, Bad Boss “Leslie Perlow, one of today’s leading experts in how organizations really function, has applied her prowess to a question that bedevils every professional: what impact does working harder and longer have on our achievements and our happiness? The answers in this marvelous book reveal that keeping our lives in balance is more important than we ever imagined—for ourselves and our organizations.” — Clayton M. Christensen

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