Effective Human Relations Interpersonal And Organizational Applications

Author: Barry Reece
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781337003162
Release Date: 2016-01-09
Genre: Business & Economics

Master the human relation skills you need to become successful in today's workplace with one of the most widely used human relations texts available. EFFECTIVE HUMAN RELATIONS incorporates hundreds of examples of real human relations issues and practices in successful companies. This comprehensive 13th edition explores goal- setting, the root causes of negative attitudes, the use of personal branding and social media in the job market, emotional intelligence, positive psychology and happiness, and how companies create a dynamic company cultures. Self-assessments and self-development opportunities throughout the book teach you to assume responsibility for improving your personal skills and competencies. This text will help you gain the insights, knowledge and relationship skills you need to deal successfully with the wide range of people-related challenges in business today. It is a text you can continue to refer to throughout your life! Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Human Relations

Author: Marie Dalton
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9780538731089
Release Date: 2010-01-19
Genre: Self-Help

This contemporary text will connect you with current human relations issues and the challenges your students will encounter in the twenty-first century. Human Relations, 4e prepares students to confidently put theory into action to get the results they want. Authors Dalton, Hoyle, and Watts use a unique approach that offers students the opportunity to experience and analyze firsthand the contemporary issues of human relations. By weaving their varied professional backgrounds and knowledge into every chapter, they provide the insight and awareness that comes only from real-life experience. With its improved design and focus on new, contemporary topics, HUMAN RELATIONS 4e once again delivers a dynamic and real-world perspective to the study of human relations. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Human Relations Principles and Practices

Author: Barry Reece
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9780538481670
Release Date: 2011-05-23
Genre: Business & Economics

This edition of Human Relations: Principles and Practices continues to focus on the immediate personal application of human relations principles and practices. In addition to incorporating the authors’ innovative Total Person approach toward the field, the Seventh Edition includes an increased emphasis on issues of diversity, presenting a broad range of characteristics that affect relationships on the job and ways to achieve insight when dealing with a wide-range of people related problems. The updated pedagogy includes strategically placed exercises that encourage teamwork and group problem-solving techniques, first-person advice from respected writers, educators, and business leaders, opening vignettes featuring prominent individuals in real-world situations, and Career Corner sections that provide practical solutions to common human relations problems. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Modern Human Relations at Work

Author: Kathryn Hegar
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9780538481069
Release Date: 2011-02-10
Genre: Business & Economics

With its balanced mix of theory and practice, as well as current coverage of emerging trends and topics, MODERN HUMAN RELATIONS AT WORK is a pre-eminent textbook for introducing students and novice practitioners to the field. Author Kathryn W. Hegar provides many practical examples and techniques, as well as experiential and application-oriented exercises to show how human relations concepts and skills can increase productivity and job satisfaction in the workplace. The 11th edition’s 14 chapters are brimming with self-assessment and self-study tools. The course material flows from the human element to the work environment and then focuses on the methods and techniques for achieving an effective fit between people and organizational systems. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Effective Human Relations

Author: Catherine E. Seta
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Longman
ISBN: 0205293336
Release Date: 1999-07
Genre: Business & Economics

Effective Human Relations draws upon the latest research plus the expertise and experiences of the authors to present a comprehensive treatment of human relations in the workplace. Students will gain an understanding of what it takes to become a successful employee and manager with a focus on quality, teamwork, diversity, ethics, productivity, and the need to balance the demands of family and work. The authors explain the major issues in human relations and include numerous cases, examples, and exercises so that readers can apply these principles to the work environment. The fourth edition of this text retains the lively writing style, human relations in action assessment exercises, and experiential exercises that have made it so popular. New material on e-mail, telecommuting, hazards to avoid in persuasion and lie detection gives insights into the more recent issues that impact business. For anyone interested in human relations.

Disputes and Settlements

Author: John Bossy
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521534453
Release Date: 2003-01-30
Genre: History

This collection of essays by British, American and French scholars uses the records of the law in Western Europe from the fall of Rome to the nineteenth century in an attempt to outline a social history of the West considered as a history of human relations. The primary themes are dispute, arbitration and conjugal relations; the primary influences considered are feud, Christianity and the state. The contributions are discussed overall by an anthropologist lawyer, Simon Roberts, who writes an anthropological introduction, and by the editor in a short historical postscript. The aim has been to strike a new note in social history by attending more closely to actual people and their actual relations; by drawing on the resources of anthropology, legal history, the history of religious feelings and institutions, and of states, to illuminate their behaviour; and by combining the efforts of scholars representing a diversity of intellectual traditions and a long perspective of human experience.

Human Relations in Education

Author: Carol Hall
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 9781134974153
Release Date: 2003-12-16
Genre: Education

As a teacher, how can I increase my personal effectiveness, and how can I improve the quality of relationships in the classroom? These are the two fundamental questions which Human Relations in Education sets out to answer - in a way that will appeal to all those concerned with education. Eric and Carol Hall examine issues such as self-concept, social and emotional learning, the dynamics of the staffroom and the classroom, as well as stress management and relaxation. They demonstrate how these affect human relations in schools and colleges. Interpersonal communications and counselling skills are then examined in terms of language, imagery and non-verbal communication. With its original blend of theory and practical exercises, Human Relations in Education is essential reading for both experienced teachers and teachers in training.

Student Achievement Series Human Relations

Author: Barry Reece
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9780618975990
Release Date: 2008-01-17
Genre: Business & Economics

Student Achievement Series: Human Relations focuses on the immediate personal application of human relations principles and practices. The SAS Edition combines the authors' innovative Total Person approach toward the field with an emphasis on real-world application. Topics include effective communication, self-development, ways to help students achieve insight, knowledge and the relationship skills needed to deal with a wide range of people-related problems, diversity, and strategies that can be used to resolve work/life tensions. The Student Achievement Series was developed in partnership with over 600 teachers and students from across the country to meet the learning, study, and assessment goals necessary for student success. Through extensive research and focus groups conducted with a diverse cross-section of students, Human Relations presents a groundbreaking solution for skills mastery, understanding, and retention. Feedback from students has been instrumental in all aspects of development--from design and pedagogy to testing and assessment to title and packaging. These elements culminate in a textbook program that reflects the way students learn and study best. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Human Relations Issues in Management

Author: George Henderson
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 0899309828
Release Date: 1996
Genre: Business & Economics

...management theories and research pertaining to human relations in business with attention given to ways to empower employees and to handle confrontations.

Optimal Human Relations

Author: C. David Mortensen
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
ISBN: 1412812283
Release Date: 2011-12-31
Genre: Social Science

This volume deals with the human desire to live the good life, defined as seeking that which "is good, optimal, or ultimately desirable." While there may be different ways of achieving this goal, the pathways are similar in some ways. In exploring the ways in which these paths cross, Mortensen asserts that an ability to sustain optimal human relations--that is, healthy communication, interpersonal compatibility, and prosocial influence--is a standard against which the good life can be measured. Optimal Human Relations explores the favorable conditions for human beings to live the best possible way of life imaginable; it both argues the case for and documents recent advances in the study of social influences on everyday life. Social influences help to develop an expansive sense of intrinsic motivation in daily encounters with others. While optimal relations are not easily achieved or maintained, it is through healthy relationships that one may pursue pleasure and happiness--even meaning, importance, and significance with valued companions. The cultivation of physical, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual health through these relations generates an enhanced sense of well-being, growth, and maturity. Mature individuals are more likely to maintain optimal relations by counting daily blessings more than lamenting routine burdens. This inspirational conception of "the good life" invites productive inquiry into the conditions responsible for the pursuit of optimal conditions, fulfilled expectations, and a rich, vital, way of life. It is through this lens that Mortensen measures the good life, pointing to these aspects of human communication as a litmus test of the relative importance of individualistic and collective orientations. Along the way, the reader discovers who and what we are in relation to the quality of the world in which we reside alongside those who journey with us.

Human Relations

Author: Vivian McCann
Publisher: Pearson
ISBN: 9780134416632
Release Date: 2016-08-23
Genre: Psychology

This is the eBook of the printed book and may not include any media, website access codes, or print supplements that may come packaged with the bound book. For courses in Adjustment, Interpersonal Behavior, and Human Relations A conceptual and skills-based overview of relationship building in today’s world Human Relations: The Art and Science of Building Effective Relationships helps students learn how to communicate more effectively within all of their personal and professional relationships. Employing a three-tiered approach to human relations, author Vivian McCann helps students to understand the psychological concepts that underlie relationships, to build the skills needed to communicate effectively, and to consider the influence of cultural norms and backgrounds throughout the relationship-building process. Revised to reflect the latest data and research, the Second Edition also includes updated information about how new technologies have greatly impacted today’s relationships. NOTE: This ISBN is for a Pearson Books a la Carte edition: a convenient, three-hole-punched, loose-leaf text. In addition to the flexibility offered by this format, Books a la Carte editions offer students great value, as they cost significantly less than a bound textbook. Human Relations: The Art and Science of Building Effective Relationships, Second Edition is also available via REVEL™, an interactive learning environment that enables students to read, practice, and study in one continuous experience.

HOSPITALITY TOURISM HUMAN RELATIONS MANAGEMENT IN AFRICA

Author: Dr. Lumumba U. Ubani
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1467009253
Release Date: 2012-01-31
Genre: Psychology

The book draws attention to the topic of hospitality and tourism Human Relations Management in Africa. It urges hospitality and tourism organisations in Africa to identify the urgent need for the major challenges and develop an in-depth human relations management practices which will balance global competitiveness, multi-national flexibility and the building of a worldwide interrelationship. Achieving this balance will require organisations to develop the cultural sensitivity and ability to manage and leverage learning for building future capabilities. In addressing the issues of developing effective human relations in hospitality and tourism management, the following areas should be considered: (1) Identifying the nature and the implications of national cultural differences within the body of human resources. (2) Establishing a basis for building understanding and awareness of cultural differences and how they may be managed. (3) Formulating a framework for developing a high performance strategy which takes account of cultural differences and leverages the diversity present in their organizations. The book has emphatically drawn the attention of management to their African indigenousness. This has expressly stated that the topic of African Management Human Behavioural orientation is a cardinal prerequisite for a viable human relations management strategy.