3 edition of Interpersonal skills for creative living found in the catalog.
Interpersonal skills for creative living
Josephine A. Foster
Discusses basic concepts of personal and family relationships, including self-awareness, making friends, dating, dealing with family conflicts, preparing for parenthood, and caring for babies and children.
|Statement||conculting author, Josephine A. Foster ; co-developed by Butterick Publishing Visual Education Corporation.|
|Contributions||Butterick Publishing., Visual Education Corporation.|
|LC Classifications||HM132 .F67 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||79054685|
Introduction. The interpersonal relationship has long been described as the crux of nursing practice (Horsfall and Stuhlmiller, , Peplau, ) and forms part of a range of nursing theories (Beeber et al., , McAllister, ).In paediatric, child and youth health settings, skills to develop interpersonal relationships with children are central to by: Communication Skills Challenge Seven: Adopting the “living-as-continuous-learning” approach. Make the practices described in challenges 1 through 6 important parts of your everyday living, learning, team-building and family nurturing. Pay attention to each conversation as an opportunity to grow in skill, awareness and compassion.
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About the Tutorial Interpersonal skills are sometimes referred to as people skills or social skills, and with good reason: these are skills that we use while communicating with others. Interpersonal skills include speaking, explaining, persuasion, and active listening. In the business world, it refers to a person's ability to communicate andFile Size: 1MB. The goal of my current research is to be able to track 21st century skills in the design of online activities and assessments, both to highlight the strength of a course or program but also to. Unit 4—Interpersonal Skills Chapter 14 Successful Relationships Chapter 15 Communication Skills Chapter 16 Teamwork and Leadership Skills Chapter 17 Peer Pressure and Refusal Skills Chapter 18 Conflict Resolution Skills Unit 5—Relationships in Your Life Chapter 19 Your Family Ties Chapter 20 Challenges for Families Chapter 21 Your Friendships.
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In the business world, the term may mean the ability of an employee to get along with his or her colleagues at the workplace. Currently, proper interpersonal skills are vital in many job positions as well as organizations.Interpersonal Ebook for Contemporary Living provides students with a user-friendly guide to improve their relationship skills using the most up-to-date concepts, principles, and social scientific theories.
The examples are clear, down-to-earth, and relevant to students’ personal and professional lives, which make the book a pleasure.