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Running on empty by Jonice Webb, PhD – Remarks

Posted by Raul Barral Tamayo en Martes, 30 de junio, 2020

© 2019 Jonice Webb, PhD

Do you feel dissatisfied or disconnected in your life?

This surprising new book can help you finally understand why, and fix it.

This book is not about what happened to you as a child; it’s about what failed to happen for you as a child; it’s an extremely subtle, almost invisible factor called emotional neglect, and it disrupts one’s life in untold ways.

Psychologist Jonice Webb, PhD shows how emotional neglect in childhood has an insidious effect on us as adults, causing us to struggle with self-discipline and self-care, or to feel unworthy, disconnected, and unfulfilled.

This groundbreaking book helps readers:

  • Discover how parents, even well-intentioned ones, can leave our emotional tank empty.
  • Identify symptoms of Emotional Neglect and their impact on health, work, and relationships.
  • Repair the damage of Emotional Neglect and learn life-changing self-care behaviours.
  • Be more emotionally supportive and connected in our own parenting.
  • Gain strategies for helping a patient or loved one overcome Emotional Neglect.

People experience childhood emotional neglect to varying degrees–from a few subtle but important events to an entire childhood that’s defined by it. This is the first book to give it a name and delve into the profound and often perplexing ways it influences our adult satisfaction and happiness.

Jonice Webb has a PhD in clinical psychology, and has been licensed to practice since 1991. She has a strong background in research, psychological testing and psychotherapy. Dr. Webb has been the Director of three large outpatient clinics over the course of her career. She currently has a private psychotherapy practice in Lexington, MA, where she specializes in the treatment of couples and families. She currently resides in the Boston area with her husband Seth ,and two children, Lydia and Isaac

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Built to last by Jim Collins & Jerry I. Porras – Remarks

Posted by Raul Barral Tamayo en Martes, 23 de junio, 2020

Copyright © 1994, 1997, 2002 by Jim C. Collins and Jerry I. Porras

Drawing upon a six-year research project at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business, James C. Collins and Jerry I. Porras took eighteen truly exceptional and long-lasting companies and studied each in direct comparison to one of its top competitors. They examined the companies from their very beginnings to the present day, as start-ups, as midsize companies, and as large corporations.

Throughout, the authors asked: “What makes the truly exceptional companies different from the comparison companies and what were the common practices these enduringly great companies followed throughout their history?”

Filled with hundreds of specific examples and organized into a coherent framework of practical concepts that can be applied by managers and entrepreneurs at all levels, Built to Last provides a master blueprint for building organizations that will prosper long into the 21st century and beyond.

Jim Collins is a student and teacher of enduring great companioes, how they grow, how they attain superior performance, and how good companies can become great companies.

Jerry I. Porras is the Lane Professor of Organizational Behavior and Change, Emeritus, at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business where he served as an Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and frequent executive education teacher. He studies ways of aligning companies around their purpose and core values to produce lasting high performance.

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En primera línea de Gabriel Heras – Apuntes

Posted by Raul Barral Tamayo en Jueves, 18 de junio, 2020

© Gabriel Heras La Calle, 2020
Editorial: Ediciones Península.

El 27 de febrero de 2020 se detecta el primer caso de coronavirus en una unidad de cuidados intensivos española. Gabriel Heras, médico en esa misma unidad, vivió en primera línea el estallido de la epidemia y su pico más agudo. Este es el relato desde el frente de batalla de una de las guerras más mortíferas a las que nos hemos enfrentado en las últimas décadas. El testimonio de un profesional volcado en salvar la vida de sus pacientes sobreponiéndose a la escasez de recursos, de personal y de conocimientos sobre el virus.

En unas páginas cargadas de tensión y miedo, pero también de esperanza y compañerismo, Heras ofrece un ejemplo de la capacidad de superación de los trabajadores sanitarios ante la imprevisión y falta de humildad de los responsables de gestionar la peor crisis sanitaria de la historia de España. Al mismo tiempo, su relato pone en evidencia las carencias de un sistema que necesita cambios profundos para adaptarse a las realidades del siglo XXI y garantizar el bienestar de los ciudadanos.

“Con esta crisis hemos descubierto que España no tiene el mejor sistema sanitario del mundo, pero sí tiene a los mejores profesionales”, defiende Heras.

Gabriel Heras es médico especialista en Medicina Intensiva. En febrero de 2014 creó el Proyecto Internacional de Investigación para la Humanización de las Unidades de Cuidados Intensivos (Proyecto HU-CI), que dirige en la actualidad, una nueva forma de entender los cuidados, que ya cuenta con más de 100.000 profesionales convencidos de que la atención sanitaria ha de estar centrada en la dignidad de todos sus actores: pacientes, familias y profesionales. Ha capacitado a más de 10.000 sanitarios y continúa su labor de sensibilización por todo el mundo, replicando el proyecto en países de toda Hispanoamérica.

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Adult children of emotionally immature parents by Lindsay C. Gibson, PsyD – Remarks

Posted by Raul Barral Tamayo en Martes, 16 de junio, 2020

Copyright © 2015 by Lindsay C. Gibson

If you grew up with an emotionally immature, unavailable, or selfish parent, you may have lingering feelings of anger, loneliness, betrayal, or abandonment. You may recall your childhood as a time when your emotional needs were not met, when your feelings were dismissed, or when you took on adult levels of responsibility in an effort to compensate for your parent’s behavior. These wounds can be healed, and you can move forward in your life.

In this breakthrough book, clinical psychologist Lindsay Gibson exposes the destructive nature of parents who are emotionally immature or unavailable. You will see how these parents create a sense of neglect, and discover ways to heal from the pain and confusion caused by your childhood.

By freeing yourself from your parents’ emotional immaturity, you can recover your true nature, control how you react to them, and avoid disappointment. Finally, you’ll learn how to create positive, new relationships so you can build a better life.

Discover the four types of difficult parents:

  • The emotional parent instills feelings of instability and anxiety
  • The driven parent stays busy trying to perfect everything and everyone
  • The passive parent avoids dealing with anything upsetting
  • The rejecting parent is withdrawn, dismissive, and derogatory

Lindsay C. Gibson, PsyD, is a clinical psychologist in private practice who specializes in individual psychotherapy with adult children of emotionally immature (EI) parents. She is author of Who You Were Meant to Be, and writes a monthly column on well-being for Tidewater Women magazine. In the past, she has served as adjunct assistant professor of graduate psychology at the College of William and Mary, as well as at Old Dominion University. Gibson lives and practices in Virginia Beach, VA.

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Master your next move by Michael D. Watkins – Remarks

Posted by Raul Barral Tamayo en Martes, 2 de junio, 2020

Copyright 2019 Michael D. Watkins
All rights reserved

Your next professional move can make or break your career. Are you ready?

In business, especially today, you are only as successful as your next career transition. Do well, and you’ll be on the fast track to even more challenging roles. Fail, and you could irreparably harm your career–and your organization.

In his international bestseller The First 90 Days, transition guru Michael D. Watkins outlined a set of basic principles for getting up to speed quickly in new professional roles. Since that book was published Watkins has worked with thousands of leaders, helping them to accelerate their transitions. These leaders posed challenging questions on how to apply the basic principles in real-life situations. The truth that emerged: the First 90 Days framework can be applied in every transition, but the way you apply it is entirely different when you have been promoted to a higher level than it is when you are joining a new organization or taking a role in a different country.

Master Your Next Move answers a distinct need, focusing on the most common types of transitions leaders face and the unique challenges posed by each. Based on years of research, and now with a new introduction, this indispensable book explores eight crucial transitions virtually everyone encounters during their career, including promotion, leading former peers, onboarding into a new company, making an international move, and turning around a business in crisis.

With real-world examples and many practical models and tools, Master Your Next Move is your guide to surviving and thriving as you make your next move … and every one after that.

Michael D. Watkins, PhD, is the world’s foremost expert on accelerating leadership transitions. He is cofounder of Genesis, a leadership development consultancy based in Boston, Massachusetts.

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