Author: Sharanya Naidoo
Author: Sharanya Naidoo
While some existing studies offer insight into specific populations of employees (Opsina & Foldy, 2009; Qiadan, Tziner, & Waismel-Manor, 2011), few have been directed at the way in which individual minority leaders experience their power ...
Author: Jane E. Merliss
View: 824Integral to building a positive workplace environment is the leader's ability to grow supportive employee relationships and apply insightful strategies to achieve desired results. Leadership strategies, including use of power and influence, reflect a complex amalgam of professional experiences, practices, and personal culture. Much of the current scholarly literature examines the effect of workplace diversity through an organizational lens, focusing on the employee experience and the advantages and challenges of the diverse labor force to the organization. While some existing studies offer insight into specific populations of employees (Opsina & Foldy, 2009; Qiadan, Tziner, & Waismel-Manor, 2011), few have been directed at the way in which individual minority leaders experience their power and how this is exercised in their choice of influence strategies. Expanding on a previous pilot study, this study utilizes a phenomenological approach using a constructivist lens, incorporating how the life experiences of 13 minority leaders inform the leadership strategies and interpersonal employee interactions with those these leaders currently employ. The study applied Moustakas' (1994) structured thematic procedures of data analysis of transcripts from semistructured interviews, resulting in four emergent themes, each reflecting a series of aligned concepts. Emergent themes of defining experiences and influences, connecting with their current self, connecting with employees/others, and connecting with their organizations were explored through the voices of the individual leaders. Findings from a pilot study provided the basis for this research study to further explore the development of inclusive workplaces.
She knew she should return to the villa , but the quiet voice within her bade her
stay a few minutes longer . So she obeyed and waited . Her eyes casually
scanned the milling people ... then she frowned . She had glimpsed someone
among a ...
Author: Francine Rivers
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
View: 652A young Christian slave girl struggles to reconcile her love for a handsome aristocrat with her deep faith, as she confronts the dark and decadent forces of imperial Rome
6.4 The Quiet Voice Within 6.4 The Quiet Voice Within This / chapter will help you
increase positive synchronicity'. The more a person is in union with his or her
inner voice, the more positive choices he or she will make. Humanism' even ...
Author: Davor Antunovic
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
I have had to trust the quiet Voice within for everything from shifting financial
matters, purchasing property, travelling directions, preplanning a funeral should
my very ill husband pass, plus everything involved with his care in hospital and ...
Author: Pat Kammer
Publisher: Balboa Press
View: 630After a long struggle with difficult situations and an ailing husband, Pat's cry for help opened the door to miraculous answers. The guidance has since flowed easily and effortlessly, offering baby steps in spiritual growth and giving Pat the courage to walk her talk. Messages dictated by Spirit's Voice of Wisdom have been shared online through Pat's Patters, and now through this book, offering the way to fearlessness and peaceful, loving certainty. Pat's mission is to awaken those who are ready, to see the perfection within them. Discovering our true self is powerful beyond our wildest dreams. More than ever the time has come to be lights in this crazy world.
She probably lived with people who smoked. I thought to myself, 'I'll just move
over in the row to get away from the sickening odor.' But suddenly I heard a very
quiet voice inside my head. 'Sit still. Just be quiet and sit still. You can sit there ...
Author: Jane Tomaine
Publisher: Church Publishing, Inc.
View: 624A practical guide to Benedictine spirituality in daily life.
The problem of their desired achievement rear its ugly head as a lifelong mistrust
of equality in his outer world. Yet there are few who feels at peace with
themselves within or without the benefits of the predominant culture. At this point,
I want to ...
Author: Wallace Collins
Category: Literary Collections
View: 603In a Quiet Voice is a collection of essays, free verse and stories the writer presents retrospectively as writings he recorded over time. His essays are historical with short stories buttressed and heightened by free verse. The writer dedicates this Word Imagery to the reader as narrative that flows through the book like red wine into the reader’s
Quiet Voice Within Us. 1 Kings 19:9-14. This scripture is about Elijah and when
he was fleeing from Jezebel after he killed all the prophets of Baal. He went into a
cave and the Word of the Lord came to him and said to Elijah "What are you ...
Author: Bishop Josephine Norwood
Publisher: Xulon Press
View: 513Bishop Norwood was saved at the young age of forty years old and has been in the ministry for over 20 years. God healed her from dependence of valium, and various illnesses. In 1985 she became the Founder/Director of Guiding Light Faith Christian Center which she pastor for many years. She now oversees several ministries and churches under the GLFCC umbrella. Her multifaceted ministry has taken her to India, Israel, Mexico, France, Belgium, and Hong-Kong, Philippines and throughout the United States. Bishop Norwood diligently involves herself with the pursuit of the call of God on her life, along with being a loving wife, caring mother and grandmother of four. God has truly given Bishop Norwood a powerful testimony of His love, forgiveness and delivering power that reaches others as she teaches: The Love of God How to Hear the Voice of the Lord How to maintain Liberty in Christ How to walk in the Spirit
so that the nervous current will flow toward D. This begins the formation of a new
voice complex , but it is only done thru careful , correct and exacting practice .
Such practice builds the bridge at B. If you grow careless in your practice , you
Author: Albert Haberstro
Publisher: Health Research Books
Notice any taste that lingers in your mouth. Can you imagine if we ate each meal
with such sensitivity and observation? Would we still tend to overindulge if we ate
with such mindfulness? Would we become more aware of the quiet impulses ...
Author: Kimberly Friedman
Publisher: Balboa Press
View: 317Spiritual Guidance, Trusting the Voice Within, is an interactive workbook that can awaken your hidden potential. Discover an energetic language that exists within you and tap into its ability to improve your life experiences. Dr. Kimberly K. Friedman and Lisa Miliaresis take you on a journey through simple exercises that will unlock awareness and ability you didn't even know you had. Enhancing your spiritual wisdom can allow you to: - Guide your thoughts to form positive life experiences - Communicate with loved ones who have crossed over - Identify angels or guides that are available to assist you in this lifetime - Release repeated patterns, blocked energy, or trouble emotions - Deeply understand your true identity as a loving and peaceful being - Tap into the potential of healing energy such as Reiki - Get more "giggles" and enjoyment out of life Many have learned to elevate their energy, connect their inner being, and live a life with more joy and ease. Why not you?
In the space between your hand and the hard stone, you touched the Silence out
of which the All Mother comes to meet you as ... We will never hear the still, soft
voice of the Unseen Power with our ears; we will only feel the quiet voice within.
Author: T. D. Austin
Publisher: Balboa Press
View: 558The most powerful shaman of the People of the Bear Mother invites a young woman to take her soul's great adventure by painting a new piece of animal art on the walls in the deepest chambers of the awesome Great Cave. The time has come for Little Bear to make the life-altering choice to overcome her fear of the terrifying old shaman, and in doing so, unalterably change all the lives her soul will subsequently experience even as her "lion eye" reappears in each lifetime to identify her avatar. But before she may embark on her hero's journey, she must be initiated as hunter and then as Seer through trials, ordeals, and the revelations of her people's mythology expressed in the art of the Cave. The tale builds to an unexpected climax as one soul experiences many lifetimes in a hunting culture where being born female or male, homosexual or heterosexual, young or old are equally valid ways of being human. Inspired by the work of Joseph Campbell and the artwork of France's 35,000-yearold Chauvet Cave, the novel takes a fresh look at, and is a new take on, the life-ways and religion of our earliest ancestors through Little Bear's encounters with shamans, hunters, avatars, and painted caves. This story reveals that the spiritual messages hidden within this magnificent, incredibly ancient art are the same metaphysical beliefs of the New Age and the same universal human truths at the heart of every world religion and mystical philosophy. 2011 Book Competition Finalist Awards: USA Best Book Awards for New Age Fiction; IBA for Chick Lit-Women's Fiction; IBA for Gay-Lesbian Fiction.
CHAPTER NINE ASIAN - AMERICAN CHILDREN DEVELOPING VOICE SUSAN
MATOBA ADLER As I observed a ... Hmong quickly and with enthusiasm , but
when it was time to return to the classroom , they became quiet and subdued .
Author: Beth Blue Swadener
Publisher: Peter Lang
View: 417This volume critically examines issues of power and voice in research with children. Chapters focus on the relationship between researchers and children and explore how to more adequately represent the complexities, multiple perspectives, and understandings that emerge when the research process more fully includes children and youth. Contributors explore issues of imposition and power that are inherent in traditional research and even more problematic with children. Authors document how children's voices can guide us in learning about research methodologies, theories, and praxis, as well as about issues of race, identity, class, linguistic diversity and gender within larger postcolonial contexts and research traditions.
and, after a cordial greeting of old time friends, we stepped into a Winston- six,
which was the finest in that era, and a ... But fortunately, before asking the
question, a quiet voice within me said, 'why you dumb-bell, wake up; orient
yourself and ...
Author: Bill Yenne
View: 442The Trench Broom. The Annihilator. The Persuader. The Chopper. The Chicago Typewriter. The Tommy Gun. The Thompson submachine gun has gone by many names, and for nearly a century the gun's image has been indelibly marked on the popular consciousness. In this broad-reaching cultural and military history, Bill Yenne charts the tommy gun's unpredictable and one-of-a-kind career, from its infamy in the hands of Al Capone and the Chicago mobsters, to its shady days with the IRA, to its indelible place in the arsenal of World War II, and its truly immortal and ongoing role in Hollywood. The tommy gun is without a doubt the most famous, and the most infamous, American firearm of the twentieth century. Since its birth in the aftermath of World War I, the tommy gun has enjoyed a varied career on both sides of the law. Though General John T. Thompson invented it for the American military, it first found notoriety thanks to its part in events such at St. Valentine's Day Massacre. But when the United States entered World War II, the gun's true power as an essential, life-saving weapon made it an iconic weapon of the American GI. Full of incredible stories from the battlefields of Europe and the Pacific, America's gangland, and Hollywood studio back lots, Bill Yenne's Tommy Gun is the definitive story of this unique American icon.
In the present moment you have a most precious gift : the power to change your
future . ... jeopardize even the most promising relationship Some people , like the
writer Henry David Thoreau , wish to hear the quiet voice within themselves and ...
Author: Monte Farber
Publisher: Red Wheel
View: 223Part autobiography, part self-help, and part laugh-out-loud hoot, this is no ordinary relationship book. No matter whether you want to change, end, or start a creative, intimate relationship, this book gives tons of true-life tips for putting your partnership first and making it work. It's no secret that sharing stories is a way to teach others what you know. In Love, Light, and Laughter, Monte Farber and Amy Zerner share the story of their remarkable union, along with more than 26 secrets for an enchanted relationship.
was process not so of much writing interested this book, I in creating came to see
how a foolproof, step-by-step manual for ... With this new “data,” he began to
stumble accidently into a sort of quiet prayer in which he would imagine himself ...
Author: Mark E. Thibodeaux
Publisher: Loyola Press
View: 357Many of us do not trust our own thoughts, feelings, and desires when it comes to discerning God’s will. Instead we look outside ourselves to determine what God wants from and for us. In God’s Voice Within, spiritual director Mark E. Thibodeaux, SJ, shows us how to use Ignatian discernment to access our own spiritual intuition and understand that the most trustworthy wisdom of all comes not from outside sources, but from God working through us. God’s Voice Within is intended for people who know that there is more to the spiritual life than they are currently experiencing and are ready to take the next step in their walk of faith by making effective discernment—specifically Ignatian discernment—a daily practice. Ultimately, God’s Voice Within teaches us to discern what is at the root of our actions and emotions, which in turn allows us to respond to God’s promptings inside us rather than unconsciously reacting to life around us.
... and Blok in mind in particular — began to exhibit a pronounced ambivalence
toward the pastoral ideal and all it implied : happiness ( particularly family
happiness ) , peace , quiet , harmony , and moderation . What was at once
Author: Thomas Newlin
Publisher: Northwestern University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
View: 117Using Russia's most prolific writer, Andrei Bolotov, as a focal point, this text offers an analysis of the pastoral impulse in 18th- and early 19th-century Russian culture. The study also focuses on the tensions that undercut and qualified this experiment in idyllicism.
He valiantly fought against the quiet voice within him that suggested he surrender
. He vowed he would never give up. ... The man rubbed his eyes in amazement
and in a frail voice, asked, "Why now? Where have you been all of my life?
Author: Susan Gregg
Publisher: Red Wheel
View: 518Toltec culture flourished in Mexico around 800 AD. Its wisdom has been brought to millions by the wildly popular teacher don Miguel Ruiz. Also based on the ancient teachings of the Toltec people, Mastering the Toltec Way helps readers follow in the footsteps of the Toltec into living fully, truthfully, and passionately, day by day. Secret knowledge embraced by the Toltec transcends normal, everyday awareness. Using Mastering the Toltec Way, readers gain access to this ancient knowledge and learn daily how to be happy no matter what their circumstances and how to gain complete freedom to be themselves. Mastering the Toltec Way is structured on the lunar calendar. Each of the 13 chapters concludes with 28 daily entries that illustrate how to apply the Toltec way to today's world. From the book: Beginning on a full or new moon, readers: Start by reading a story that weaves the Toltec philosophy into modern life and lights the way for the exercises to follow.Do visualizations that help them use their imaginations to disengage their minds and re-engage their spirits.Meditate in various ways plus learn to pay attention to their five senses, among other active exercises to put the Toltec way into daily practice. For those who want to experience everyday life more deeply and gain lasting personal freedom, Mastering the Toltec Way guides seekers on a well-traveled, ancient path.
This can relate to a lack of " object constancy " in childhood , when a primary
caretaker was often absent and the child ... quiet voice within , our intuition , can
block our progress on the path of self - fulfillment and actualization of our desires
Author: Linda Brierty
Did you ignore it, or did you listen to that quiet voice inside—and feel glad that
you did? Your intuitive intelligence is the quiet knowing that guides and informs
you. The inner voice prompts you toward your best choices in life. But we often ...
Author: Elaine Clayton
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
View: 772Through the simple act of drawing—whether it’s doodling or creating detailed illustrations—embrace your inner voice and unlock the power of your intuitive intelligence. Do you remember being a child and the pure joy brought on by a box of crayons and piece of paper? Do you still find yourself sketching away every time you pick up a pencil? That’s because drawing is a natural impulse that stays with us throughout our entire lives. Whether you are doodling in a notebook or carving your name in the sand, this simple, stream-of-consciousness activity is a window into your deepest, truest self. In Making Marks, you’ll learn that every single line, smudge, or spot you make contains visual imagery with the power to heal the past, develop your sense of empathy, and reveal solutions and answers you never realized before. You don’t need to have any specific experience or skills to benefit from this book; through simple steps and interactive exercises, people of all ages and artistic abilities can gain insight and learn to reconnect with their creative selves. With beautiful black-and-white and full-color illustrations, Making Marks is a powerful guide to self-discovery. Tap into your unconsciousness as artist and spiritual guide Elaine Clayton takes you on a journey of the soul.
And she sang , in quiet voice her life went sweet and sacred song , to the end ,
the old hymns of trust and about her as an atmosphere , and at the love and hope
, when the days were end it was fitting there should be pealing sometimes long ...