Praise for Diversity at Work: The Practice of Inclusion "Ferdman & Deane have done a masterful job of organizing into a coherent whole the various practices, philosophies, and frameworks of the diversity and inclusion field. This book is a timely must-read for anyone interested in this important organizational and global challenge." Price M. Cobbs, M.D., founder, Diversity Collegium, and author, Cracking the Corporate Code "This exceptional volume is an invaluable, thought-provoking resource for anyone involved in designing, managing, and learning from initiatives to develop competencies that support individual, group, and organizational inclusiveness." Susan E. Jackson, Ph.D., distinguished professor, Rutgers University, and former president, Academy of Management "Diversity at Work is the most thorough treatment of what is required to create a diverse and inclusive workforce for the 21st century that I have read. This book is must reading for CEOs and general managers who truly want to leverage diversity as a resource for learning, innovation, and high performance." David A. Thomas, Ph.D., dean and William R. Berkley Chair, McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University and co-author, Breaking Through: The Making of Minority Executives in Corporate America "This scholarly-based, practically-minded volume speaks to the challenges of organization leaders, HR managers, change specialists, and coaches who aspire to create unity in diversity." Philip H. Mirvis, Ph.D., co-author, Beyond Good Company "Ferdman & Deane have assembled a group of renowned experts who, in beautifully crafted chapters, provide guidelines for creating diverse organizations that truly matter." Peter Salovey, Ph.D., president and Chris Argyris Professor of Psychology, Yale University "A powerful collection of insights into inclusion today. This book adds greatly to the body of knowledge and thinking about inclusion in the workplace—which has been our life work for over 30 years." Frederick A. Miller & Judith H. Katz, Ed.D., co-authors, The Inclusion Breakthrough and Opening Doors to Teamwork and Collaboration "Whether you are working to build systems that support inclusion, to enhance an organization's collective ability to collaborate across diverse groups, or to lead in a more authentic and inclusive way, you will benefit from the deep knowledge, cutting-edge applications, and inspiration found in the pages of this remarkable volume." Cynthia McCauley, Ph.D., senior fellow, Center for Creative Leadership "Diversity at Work provides a practical roadmap for all types of organizations seeking research-based information and guidance on leadership, organization development, and change management focused on diversity and inclusion." Joseph A. Cordero, director, Office of Ethics and Compliance, County of San Diego "This most-needed study of the inherent linkage between diversity and inclusion and the organization development fields is a must read. If OD and D&I are to truly flourish and fulfill their promise, the silos between them must come down. This book will help break down those walls!" Steve Humerickhouse, executive director, The Forum on Workplace Inclusion
Alison M Konrad,Pushkala Prasad (ed),Judith Pringle
Author: Alison M Konrad,Pushkala Prasad (ed),Judith Pringle
Category: Social Science
Showcases the scope of international perspectives that exist on workplace diversity and defines this field. This book is a useful resource for students and academics of human resource management, organisational behaviour, organisational psychology and organisation studies.
Jack is back, for 2002. F. Paul Wilson's engaging, self-employed, off-the-books fixer, Repairman Jack, returns for another intense, action-packed adventure just a little over the border into the weird, in The Haunted Air. First introduced years ago in the bestseller The Tomb, Jack has been the hero of a series of exciting novels set in and around New York City including Legacies, Conspiracies, All the Rage, and Hosts. "Repairman Jack is a wonderful character, ultracompetent but still vulnerable. Wilson strolls into X-Files territory and makes it his own, keeping the action brisk and the level of suspense steadily rising," said the San Francisco Examiner & Chronicle. In Astoria, Queens, the lively ethnic neighborhood just across the river from Manhattan, a house is being haunted by the ghost of a nine-year-old girl in riding clothes. More than two decades before, she'd been abducted from stables in Brooklyn. Now it's up to Jack to uncover the truth of her story and liberate the pretty, blond spirit. Perhaps the answer is in the odd little store called the Shurio Coppe? Ah, but that would be telling. Jack does things no human being should be able to do, but we watch, in horrified fascination, as the forces of evil seem about to triumph and fill the world with eternal darkness. And then-- but you must read the book. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Publisher: Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der Wissenschaften
This volume contains contributions presented at the international conference -Gender Perspectives on Vocational Education- (19-21 August 1999, Aarau). The main focus is on gender aspects in vocational education - particularly health care education - and further education. Authors from different countries discuss the influence of gender on vocational education and present research results and political reform projects. Drawing on international comparisons an outlook on gender equality in the fields of vocational education and work is offered. The articles particularly emphasize how equal rights for men and women can be put into practice in various occupations."
Dead Drop: A Lawson Vampire Bonus Story (Includes a sneak peek of The Kensei!) Meet Lawson. A cynical, wise-cracking vampire charged with protecting the Balance between vampires and humans, he is part cop, part spy, and part commando—a James Bond with fangs. Lawson mixes shrewd cunning with unmatched lethality to get his job done. He tries his best to dismantle conspiracies, dispatch bad guys, and live long enough to get home. This time, Lawson has been given an easy assignment, a "dead drop." That is until an old enemy returns... AVAILABLE NOW... THE KENSEI! In Jon F. Merz's novel The Kensei, a battle-weary Lawson heads to Japan for a little rest and some advanced ninja training. But he no sooner steps off the plane than lands in the midst of a Yakuza turf war orchestrated by a shadowy figure known as the Kensei. With the help of Talya, a former KGB-assassin, Lawson must put a stop to the Kensei's organ trafficking networks, prevent the creation of an army of vampire-human hybrids, and save his own skin in the process.
Author: W. E. B. Griffin,William Edmund Butterworth
Recruited by Wild Bill Donovan to set up an airline that will be an OSS front in 1943 Argentina, Marine pilot Cletus Frade monitors two German operations, including a concentration-camp smuggling ring and a Nazi protection group. 350,000 first printing.
In this short story from the thrilling anthology FaceOff, bestselling authors Heather Graham and F. Paul Wilson—along with their popular series characters Michael Quinn and Repairman Jack—team up for the first time ever. Jules Chastain, the last surviving member of a wealthy New Orleans family, has a problem. And he’s hired Repairman Jack to fix it. It seems that Chastain “appropriated” an artifact from a fellow collector, Madame de Medici, and she wants it back. But the item—an ancient ring—is located somewhere in the family mausoleum and Chastain is too terrified of the wrath of his enemies to even leave his house to look for it. Meanwhile, Michael Quinn, himself a bit of an independent contractor, is waiting in the mausoleum when Jack arrives. And it’s Quinn—whose day job at The Cheshire Cat curiosity shop in New Orleans has made him familiar with mystical objects—who tells Jack that they are dealing with more than just a ring. They’re dealing with one of the Seven Infernals. Which means a simple retrieval job just got much more dangerous. For more exciting pairs, check out all eleven short stories in FaceOff!
Dragon Outcast continues E.E. Knight's thrilling fantasy series about a brood of young dragon siblings-each unique, each powerful, and each fated to battle the other to the end. Here, the darkest of the dragons is introduced as he strives to make himself the strongest-and the last-of his brethren...
Ever come across a situation that simply wasn't right—where someone was getting the dirty end of the stick and you wished you could make things right but didn't know how? Fourteen-year-old Jack knows how. Or rather he's learning how. He's discovering that he has a knack for fixing things. Not bikes or toys or appliances—situations.... It all starts when Jack and his best friends, Weezy and Eddie, discover a rotting corpse—the victim of ritual murder—in the fabled New Jersey Pine Barrens. Beside the body is an ancient artifact carved with strange designs. What is its secret? What is the secret of the corpse? What other mysteries hide in the dark, timeless Pine Barrens? And who doesn't want them revealed? Jack's town, the surrounding Barrens, his friends, even Jack himself...they all have...Secret Histories. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Alison Kerby’s guesthouse is already crowded with spirits. The last thing she needs is a whole new batch of haunts settling in. As Alison’s reputation as “the ghost lady” grows, so does her business—and not always in a way she’d like. Tourists may be flocking to her guesthouse for a chance to glimpse her resident spirits, but her special abilities are also bringing unwanted private investigation cases to her door. And she has no choice but to take a case when the local homeless man is found murdered under mysterious circumstances, just hours after asking for help in exorcising a specter. If that weren’t enough to deal with, Alison’s other PI case soon turns fatal, as the mistress she was spying on for a jealous wife turns up dead as well. The cases seem like they couldn’t possibly be linked, but with a mountain of clues, motives and suspects—both living and dead—Alison will have to think fast before someone else checks out for good…
This book offers reliable orientation in dealing with pedagogical discourse. Brezinka explains important concepts of educational science, such as education, aim of education, and educational means. In his efforts to exactly define these terms, he clarifies the linguistic, logico-empirical and ideological-critical analysis of pedagogical concepts. The results are fundamental for the science of education, philosophy of education, and practical pedagogics. Contents: Introduction; I. EDUCATION. Conceptual Confusion in the Problem Area of "Education"; II. EDUCATIONAL AIM. Conceptual Confusion in the Problem Area "Aims of Education"; Semantic Analysis of the Word "Aim"; Clarification of the Concept "Educational Aim"; Purpose and Functions of Educational Aims; Summary; III. NEED FOR EDUCATION. Semantic Analysis of the Term "Need for Education"; Provisional Specification of the Concept "Need for Education"; Logico-Empirical Analysis: Need for Education as an Essential Human Attribute?: Ideological-Critical Analysis: "Need for Education" as a Slogan; Summary and Prospects for the Future; Bibliography; Name Index; Subject Index.
While there are many biographies of JFK and accounts of the early years of US space efforts, this book uses primary source material and interviews with key participants to provide a comprehensive account of how the actions taken by JFK's administration have shaped the course of the US space program over the last 45 years.
When Jack's five-year-old neighbor, Cody, disappears after last being seen riding his bicycle near the Pine Barrens and then a lost man is chased all night by something unidentifiable, teenage Jack and his friends investigate.
“You see,” Miss Kayne said, “I committed a murder once myself.” Miss Kayne’s proud boast to Detective-Sergeant Bobby Owen is that she has committed the Perfect Murder - a crime with no clues. Bobby thinks at first it is a macabre joke, but before long a body is reportedly found, stabbed in the world-famous Kayne Library. When Bobby gets to the scene, the corpse has disappeared. But instead Miss Kayne’s cousin, Nat, is found in a nearby country lane - shot through the heart. Were the two murders connected - or were there even two? Bobby finds himself embroiled in one of the most ingenious and sinister cases of his career. Can he prove this was not a case of Perfect Murder? Comes a Stranger, originally published in 1938, is the eleventh novel in the Bobby Owen mystery series. This new edition features an introduction by crime fiction historian Curtis Evans. “What is distinction? The few who achieve it step - plot or no plot - unquestioned into the first rank... in the works of Mr. E.R. Punshon we salute it every time.” Dorothy L. Sayers
"The E.F. Benson Megapack" collects 36 of Benson's horror stories, including such classics as "The Bus-Conductor," "The Room in the Tower," and "The Thing in the Hall." Included are: AT ABDUL ALI’S GRAVE THE MAN WHO WENT TOO FAR THE CAT GAVON’S EVE THE DUST-CLOUD THE SHOOTINGS AT ACHNALEISH THE BUS-CONDUCTOR THE HOUSE WITH THE BRICK-KILN OUTSIDE THE DOOR HOW FEAR DEPARTED FROM THE LONG GALLERY THE CONFESSION OF CHARLES LINKWORTH THE ROOM IN THE TOWER CATERPILLARS BETWEEN THE LIGHTS THE TERROR BY NIGHT THE OTHER BED THE CHINA BOWL THE PASSENGER THE APE THROUGH THURSDAY EVENINGS THE PSYCHICAL MALLARDS MRS AMWORTH THE GARDENER THE HORROR-HORN "AND THE DEAD SPAKE..." NEGOTIUM PERAMBULANS IN THE TUBE MR. TILLY’S SEANCE THE CASE OF FRANK HAMPDEN MRS. ANDREWS’S CONTROL THE DEATH WARRANT MACHAON AT THE FARMHOUSE INSCRUTABLE DECREES THE THING IN THE HALL And don't forget to search your favorite ebook store for "Megapack" or "Wildside Megapack" to see more entries in Wildside Press's Megapack series, ranging from science fiction and fantasy to westerns, mysteries, ghost stories -- and much, much more!
The American Circus 1901-1927, as Seen by F.W. Glasier, Photographer
Author: Mark Sloan,Frederick W. Glasier
Publisher: Quantuck Lane Press& the Mill rd
Category: Performing Arts
Remarkable period photographs by F. W. Glasier capture the colorful world of the Big Top in early twentieth-century America, portraying an array of parades, tent raisings, circus spectaculars, and the everyday lives of the performers.