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Positive Intelligence : Why Only 20% of Teams and Individuals Achieve Their True Potential and How You Can Achieve Yours: Chamine, Shirzad: BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
Positive Intelligence : Why Only 20% of Teams and Individuals Achieve Their True Potential and How You Can Achieve Yours
Positive Intelligence : Why Only 20% of Teams and Individuals Achieve Their True Potential and How You Can Achieve Yours
著者名 Chamine, Shirzad
出版年月 : 2012/04
Binding : Hardcover
ISBN : 9781608322787

BookWeb価格 : THB 940.00
会員価格 : THB 846.00

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言語 : English

Source: ENG
Academic Descriptors: A48404230 A11010200
Place of Publication: United States
Academic Level: Extracurricular
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Table of Contents
Introduction                                       1  (4)
    Chapter 1 Positive Intelligence and PQ         5  (10)
    Chapter 2 The Three Strategies to Improve PQ   15 (16)
    Chapter 3 Self-Assessment of the Ten           31 (24)
    Chapter 4 Judge, the Master Saboteur           55 (16)
    Chapter 5 The Sage Perspective                 71 (12)
    Chapter 6 The Five Sage Powers                 83 (18)
    Chapter 7 PQ Brain Fitness Techniques          101(20)
    Chapter 8 PQ Score and PQ Vortex               121(16)
    Chapter 9 Work and Life Applications           137(18)
    Chapter 10 Case Study: Leading Self and Team   155(12)
    Chapter 11 Case Study: Deepening               167(18)
    Relationships Through Conflict
    Chapter 12 Case Study: Selling, Motivating,    185(20)
    Chapter 13 Conclusion: The Magnificent You!    205(4)
Appendix: PQ Brain Fundamentals                    209(10)
Acknowledgments                                    219(4)
Endnotes                                           223

In his popular Stanford University lectures, Shirzad Chamine reveals how to achieve ones true potential for both professional success and personal fulfillment. His groundbreaking research exposes ten well-disguised mental Saboteurs. Nearly 95 percent of the executives in his Stanford lectures conclude that these Saboteurs cause significant harm to achieving their true potential. With Positive Intelligence, you can learn the secret to defeating these internal foes. Positive Intelligence (PQ)SM measures the percentage of time your mind is serving you as opposed to sabotaging you. While your IQ and EQ (emotional intelligence) contribute to your maximum potential, it is your PQ that determines how much of that potential you actually achieve. The great news is that you can improve your PQ significantly in as little as 21 days. With higher PQ, teams and professionals ranging from leaders to salespeople perform 30 to 35 percent better on average. Importantly, they also report being far happier and less stressed. The breakthrough tools and techniques in this book have been refined over years of coaching hundreds of CEOs and their executive teams.Shirzad tells many of their remarkable stories, showing how you too can take concrete steps to unleash the vast, untapped powers of your mind. Discover how to: Identify and conquer your top Saboteurs. Common Saboteurs include the Judge, Controller, Victim, Avoider, and Pleaser - Measure the Positive Intelligence score (PQ) for yourself or your teamand see how close you come to the critical tipping point required for peak performance - Increase PQ dramatically in as little as 21 days - Develop new brain muscles, and access 5 untapped powers with energizing mental power games - Apply PQ tools and techniques to increase both performance and fulfillment. Applications include team building, mastering workload, working with difficult people, improving work/life balance, reducing stress, and selling and persuading.

Preface; Right Starts; Entrees; Sides; Dessert; Index.Until recently there was not much agreement on the drivers of the inequality decline in the region, which was attributed to changes in the supply/demand of skilled workers, improvements in terms of trade, the spread of social assistance schemes, or 'luck'. In this respect, the volume offers the first scholarly and systematic exploration of this unexpected change. As income inequality has been rising and is currently rising in many parts of the world, a good understanding of the Latin American experience over the 2000s is a topic that will inform and generate a lot of attention.

PART I1. Recent Distributive Changes in Latin America: An Overview ; 2. Inequality Trends and their Determinants: Latin America over 1990-2010 ; 3. The Politics of Inequality and Redistribution in Latin America's Post-Adjustment Era ; PART II: RECENT INEQUALITY CHANGES IN SIX REPRESENTATIVE LATIN AMERICAN COUNTRIES ; 4. Redistribution without Structural Change in Ecuador: Rising and Falling Income Inequality in the 1990s and 2000s ; 5. Policy Regimes, Inequality, Poverty and Growth: The Chilean Experience, 1973-2010 ; 6. Uruguay's Income Inequality and Political Regimes over 1981-2010 ; 7. The Rise and Fall of Income Inequality in Mexico, 1989-2010 ; 8. Social Policies or Private Solidarity? The Equalizing Role of Migration and Remittances in El Salvador ; 9. The Dynamics of Inequality Change in a Highly Dualistic Economy ; PART III: MAIN POLICY CHANGES AND INEQUALITY DURING THE LAST DECADE ; 10. Macroeconomic Policies, Growth, Employment, Poverty, and Inequality in Latin America ; 11. Trade and Income Distribution in Latin America: Is There Anything New to Say? ; 12. Changes in Labour Market Conditions and Policies and their Impact on Wage Inequality during the Last Decade ; 13. What Can Latin America Learn from China's Labour Market Reforms? ; 14. Tax Policy and Income Distribution during the Last Decade ; 15. Inequality in Education: Evidence for Latin America ; 16. On the Distributional Implications of Social Protection Reforms in Latin Americasingle seam - Tributary area, extraction ratio analysis - Size effect on strength 6.2 Pillars in dipping strata - Extraction ratio formulas for pillars in dipping seams - An unconventional Mohr's circle representation - Generalized Mohr's circle - Backfill effects on pillar safety factors 6.3 Pillars with joints - Flat seam pillars with joints - Dipping seam pillars with joints 6.4 Pillars in several seams - Columnized main entry pillars - Staggered chain entry pillars 6.5 Barrier pillars 6.6 Problems 7 Three-dimensional excavations 7.1 Naturally supported caverns and stopes - Spheroidal excavations - Cubical and brick-shaped excavations 7.2 Joints in cavern and stope walls 7.3 Tabular excavations 7.4 Cavern and stope support - Hardrock mine fill - Cable bolts support - Additional Examples 7.5 Problems - 3D Caverns - Back fill - Cable bolting - Additional Problems 8 Subsidence 8.1 Chimneys - Chimney cave geometry - Caving rock flow - Chimney cave forces - Chimney cave water forces - Support near caving ground 8.2 Troughs - Limit of subsidence - Maximum subsidence - Critical width - NCB subsidence profile - Angle of draw and subsidence factor adjustments - NCB strain profile - Surface damage - Multipanel, multiseam subsidence - Alternative approaches to subsidence 8.3 Problems - Chimney caving - Combination support - Subsidence troughs - Profile and influence functions 9 Dynamic Phenomena 9.1 Fundamentals of wave propagation - Simple wave propagation models - Reflection at free and fixed faces under normal incidence - Reflection and transmission at an interface under normal incidence - Reflection and transmission at an interface under oblique incidence 9.2 Rock bursts and bumps - Face bursts and bumps - Pillar bursts and bumps - Fault Slip 9.3 Event location 9.4 Problems Appendix A: Background literature A.1 Books about fundamentals of mechanics A.2 Books about rock mechanics A.3 Books containing rock properties A.4 General sources of rock mechanics information Appendix B: Mechanical properties of intact rock and joints B.1 Elastic moduli of intact rock - Young's modulus - Poisson's ratio - Shear modulus - Anisotropy B.2 Strength of intact rock - Tensile strength - Unconfined compressive strength - Compressive strength under confining pressure - Mohr-Coulomb strength - Hoek-Brown strength - Drucker-Prager strength - Nonlinear n-type strength - Compressive strength test data B.3 Joint stiffness - Normal stiffness - Shear stiffness B.4 Joint strength B.5 Simple combinations of intact rock and joints - Continuously jointed rock mass moduli - Discontinuously jointed rock mass moduli - Continuously jointed rock mass strengths - Discontinuously jointed rock mass strengths Appendix C: Rock mass classification schemes for engineering C.1 Rock quality designation C.2 Terzaghi modified scheme C.3 RSR, RMR, and Q C.4 Comparisons of Hp estimates C.5 GSI C.6 Comment Appendix D: Some useful formulas D.1 Stress - Normal and shear stress on a plane - Principal (normal) stresses - Principal shear stresses - Mohr's circle D.2 Strain - Strain rosettes - Small strain-displacement relations D.3 Stress-strain relationships, Hooke's law - Hooke's law in one dimension - Young's modulus and shear modulus - Hooke's law in two-dimensions - plane stress and plane strain References Index