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A New Plan: Renew the Promise of Person Centered Planning
A New Plan renews the promise of person-centered planning with positive psychology skills and tools. Authors Dykstra & Dykstra build on the foundation of historical contributions to advance their 10 Principles of Person-Centered Planning. They explore the reasons people don’t plan and stress the importance of addressing personal outcomes.
ALL SIX How Do We Want To Be Together
A Special 6 Pack of All current How Do We Want To Be Together Titles
These 6 tools address practical ways to improve staff recruitment, enhance staff training efforts, strengthen employee recruitment, add fun to your workplace, improve employee performance and celebrate employees.
The six tool bundle includes:
- The Employee Applicant Letter
- Thought Day
- Kindness Day
- Circuit Training for Leaders
- An Employee Scavenger Hunt
- Organizational Mascots
Who doesn’t want to hire the best employees?
The correct answer is, of course, no one. There is a little known first step in the application process that will help you recruit the right person for the right job. That first step, utilizing an Employee Applicant Letter, is an efficient and inexpensive way to screen out employees who may not be a good fit for your company.
Baker and TaborAdd
Beeing a Leader: Insights from the Trinity Beehive
Bee Positive, Bee Bold, Bee Ready, Bee Consistent are just a few of the 90plus BEEs you’ll enjoy discovering in this unique book. While fun to read, the content is highly relevant to anyone who cares about building and/or enhancing organizational culture.
Benji Bounces Back
A Story About What It’s Like to Need Physical Therapy
Champs and Chumps
PROVEN INSIGHTS FOR LEADERS
Looking for the right way to improve your office atmosphere? Or, how about a way to support and mentor a new manager? This illustrated gem offers one pair of observations-The Chumps way and the Champs way-for every week of the year. Use them for every week of the year. Use them for your weekly staff meetings, formal and informal presentations, and your own inspiration.
Champ’s way—for every week of the year. Use them for staff development, writing projects, speeches, and everyday inspiration. These proverbs can help you:
- Focus clearly
- Gain perspective
- Determine priorities
- Inspire excellence
Circuit Training for Leaders
Are you ready to inject some new life and energy into your organization and your employees? Circuit Training for Leaders, one of High Tide’s How Do We Want to Be Together series will accomplish just that. This big-picture training tool will help get you and your organization focused and moving.
Different Seasons – Dr. Dale Turner
Twelve Months of Wisdom & Inspiration
In Different Seasons, Seattle Times columnist Dale Turner shares some of his most enlightening and popular articles, the product of his fifteen years as a journalist and his more than fifty years as a Congregational minister. He organizes them by the 12 months of the year, highlighting the holidays and celebrations that mark the passage of time.
Getting IT Done Right
“This book challenges Human Service Professionals to fully realize their commitment to high-quality services by dedicating themselves to learning essential management skills.”
Grateful Living – Dr. Dale Turner
Grateful Living includes more than 60 of Rev. Turner’s best Seattle Times columns, published over 16 years. In his previous book, Different Seasons, he took readers on an inspirational tour of the year. In Grateful Living, he shares many new thoughts and observations on faith, activism, love, grief, intolerance, forgiveness and humor, all with wisdom and gentle spirit that have made him one of the most beloved writers and ministers in the Pacific Northwest.