WORKING WITH COMMUNITIES AND SYSTEMS
What does it take to build relationships with diverse audiences? Read a top 10 list for engaging diverse audiences.
Feeling stressed? Of course you are. You have too much on your plate, deadlines are looming, people are counting on you, and to top it all off, you still have holiday shopping to do. You are under a lot of pressure - so much that at times, you suspect the quality of your work suffers for it.his is life in the modern workplace. It is more or less impossible to be any kind of professional these days and not experience frequent bouts of intense stress. The difference between those who are successful and those who aren't is not whether or not you suffer from stress, but how you deal with it when you do. Here are nine scientifically-proven strategies for defeating stress whenever it strikes.
The Policy Fellowship is an opportunity for an advanced network member to live and work in Washington, DC for one year, learning about AUCD, current legislation affecting people with disabilities and their families, and exercising leadership skills. The Fellow's responsibilities will be developed based on the needs of the Association and the interest and experience of the Fellow.
The most successful people in business approach their work differently than most. See how they think and why it works.
A GPS helps you to navigate on the road and find the way. The workplace GPS helps you to navigate in both your job search and successful, long term employment: Great Professional Skills.
One might think that the seven leaders who were selected by Harvard's Kennedy School, in partnership with The Washington Post, as 2011's Top American Leaders would have little in common. The seven men and women hailed from diverse fields. But when it comes to ideas about leadership, the awardees had plenty in common.
Empowering the 'Forgotten Ones' Through Systems Change: A Statewide, Cross-disability Conference Looking at the Challenges Faced by Immigrants and Culturally Diverse Individuals with Disabilities in Pennsylvania
The conference culminates an 18-month project sponsored by the Pennsylvania Development Disabilities Council to achieve greater cultural and linguistic competence in the disability service system. Through the use of surveys, focus groups, structured interviews, and a literature review, the project research team, focused on systems-level issues, examined the needs of selected immigrant and refugee communities in Pennsylvania, and worked to identify model cultural competence practices both in Pennsylvania and elsewhere in the country.
Contributing to its mission of improving the patient experience in healthcare, The Beryl Institute releases its latest white paper - The Role of Cultural Competence in Delivering Positive Patient Experiences. The paper explores the increasing importance of cultural competence and cultural sensitivity and how they impact the experience of patients, their families and support groups.
Learn and Serve America's National Service Learning Clearinghouse.
Reflective leadership is characterized by self-awareness, careful and continuous observation, and respectful, flexible responses that result in reflective and relationship-based programs.
This website provides self assessment resources, trainign modules, and other resources on leadership development.