Books and materials
- Personal View. Vardy, Peter I. // British Medical Journal;6/2/1979, Vol. 1 Issue 6176, p1484
Focuses on the importance of work as a tool for personal growth. Value of hardwork; Purpose of human life on achieving maximal growth of one's personality; Importance of literacy and numeracy for personal growth.
- Books and Materials. Carlson, Jon // Individual Psychology: The Journal of Adlerian Theory, Research ;Jun83, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p208
Provides books and materials that are useful for personal growth. 'Understanding Classroom Behavior,' by M. Balson; 'The Sibling Bond,' by S.P. Banks and M.D. Kahn; Children Under Stress: Understanding Emotional and Adjustment Reactions,' by L.A. Chandler.
- Books and Materials. Carlson, Jon // Individual Psychology: The Journal of Adlerian Theory, Research ;Jun82, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p190
Provides books and materials that are useful to personal growth. 'Positive Emotional Power: How to Manage Your Feelings,' by S. Ainsworth; 'Why Kids Jump Over the Moon,' by P. Cassell; 'Teach Your Own,' by J. Holt.
- emotional well - being. // Alive: Canada's Natural Health & Wellness Magazine;Jun2006, Issue 284, p28
The article offers step-by-step instructions in dealing with personal growth.
- Bravery in learning. Cross, Candi S. // Industrial Engineer: IE;Oct2008, Vol. 40 Issue 10, p6
The author reflects on fear in the workplace. She stresses that age and status do not eliminate fear. She says that some employees fear suggest a different way, like striving for a promotion changing their daily routine, leading a presentation or initiating a brainstorm. She emphasizes that big...
- Cecile (Book Review). Conlon, Alice // School Library Journal;Jun/Jul88, Vol. 34 Issue 10, p129
Reviews the book 'Cecile,' by Janine Boissard, translated by Mary Feeney.
- keeping your life organized. Stanley, T.L. // Supervision;Jan2005, Vol. 66 Issue 1, p11
Discusses ways in keeping life organized. Phases of individual growth; Suggestions on balancing work-life and family-life; Tips for effective day planning.
- Writing Suspense for Teens: My Three Rules. Werlin, Nancy // Booklist;5/1/2004, Vol. 100 Issue 17, p1490
Discusses the author's three rules for writing suspense books for teens. Inclusion of coming-of-age topics; The author's unique style of figuring out the plot; How the suspense plot arises directly from the main character's situation and personality.
- STUDY SAYS YOUNGER WORKERS' LACK OF MATURITY, NOT SKILLS, MAY FUEL EMPLOYER DISSATISFACTION. Marquez, Jessica // Workforce Management;Oct2005, Vol. 84 Issue 11, p6
The article focuses on a study on the lack of maturity of younger workers in the U.S., according to researcher Michael Handel of Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. For years, policymakers and employers have expressed concern over what they see as a decline in graduates' academic...