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Modern day organisations are more dependent on communication to achieve success than ever before. Rapid development and greater complexity of communication technologies, and the growing importance and popularity of social media, means that organisations can no longer rely on traditional methods alone to engage in effective business communication.
Social media and new communication forms, however, come with their own challenges and pitfalls. Organisations need to carefully and strategically consider the use of these new media as part of their effective communication plan.
Effective Business Communication In Organisations, 4th edition, builds on traditional communication forms with up-to-date theory. It discusses new communication trends and the changing nature of communication in businesses.
All three series of the off-beat BBC television comedy. 'Jazz maverick' Howard Moon (Julian Barratt) and self-styled 'King of the Mods' Vince Noir (Noel Fielding), two workers in a run-down zoo, are often called upon to put their jobs before their pride. That means dressing up as animals and sitting in cages because their boss, American entrepreneur Bob Fossil (Rich Fulcher), can't afford any real animals. In series 1, the lads have to battle mutant animals engineered in a secret laboratory underneath the zoo, as well as fight a kangaroo to raise money for their dilapidated workplace. A perilous journey to find the fabled Egg of Mantumba leads to a fight with the dreaded Black Frost, and when Howard is accidentally taken off to Monkey Hell, Vince has to journey through time and space to rescue him from the Ape of Death. Episodes comprise: 'Killeroo'; 'Mutants'; 'Bollo'; 'Tundra'; 'Jungle'; 'Charlie'; 'Electro' and 'Hitcher'. In series 2, the inept duo have formed their own band and manage to escape from the zoo, a situation that results in them confronting a deranged demonic granny, and trying to find the legendary Fountain of Youth to revive their flagging fortunes. Episodes comprise: 'The Call of the Yeti'; 'The Priest and the Beast'; 'Nanageddon'; 'Fountain of Youth'; 'Old Gregg and the Funky Merman' and 'The Nightmare of Milky Joe'. In series 3, Howard and Vince are still in Dalston, working in Naboo (Michael Fielding)'s second hand shop, which gives Howard the chance to try and sell his esoteric jazz record and Vince the opportunity to try on some new wigs. Episodes comprise: 'Eels'; 'Journey to the Centre of the Punk'; 'The Power of the Crimp'; 'The Strange Tale of the Crack Fox'; 'Party' and 'The Chokes'.
Updated Edition, with a Revised Cover This book is a collection of letters I've received and answered over the years from people all over the world. The letters express deep concerns about 20 different topics--including addictions, dis-ease, family relationships, the inner child, and parenting, just to name a few.Almost all of the people who have written to me have wanted to change themselves--and their world--in some way. In my replies, I've tried to be the catalyst that helps these individuals accomplish their goals. I think of myself as a stepping-stone on a pathway of self-discovery.Perhaps you will see some aspect of yourself in these pages. It is my belief that by reading about other people's challenges and aspirations, we can see ourselves and our own problems in different ways.Sometimes we can use what we learn from others to make changes in our own lives. I hope this book will allow you to realize that you, too, have the strength within to change, and to find solutions on your own--that is, to seek the answers that are within you.-- Louise L. Hay
All seven episodes from the first series of Noel Fielding's latest comedy venture. The actor's experimental comedy is taken to a new level in this series as Fielding releases brand new characters into the world. There's Tony Reason, a music producer whose home is a fish tank underneath a tree house; Sergeant Raymond Boombox, a New York cop with a talking knife wound that helps him fight crime; and Roy Circles, a teacher (who is also a chocolate finger) who suffers from shell shock. The episodes are: 'Pelé', 'The Jelly Fox', 'King Tutta', 'Phone Cake', 'Mash Potato Utopia', 'Tiger With Chlamydia' and 'BBQ Breakdown'.
Social pedagogy is an innovative discipline that supports children's upbringing and overall development by focusing on the child as a whole person. It has been described as where education and care meet or as 'education in its broadest sense'. This book provides a comprehensive overview of the theory, principles and practice of social pedagogy and the profession of social pedagogue. With chapters from leading international contributors, it outlines the roots of social pedagogy and its development in Europe, and its role in relation to individuals, groups, communities and societies. Also covered is how it applies in practice to working with children and young people in a variety of settings, including children in care and in need of family support, and its potential future applications. This seminal book on an increasingly important topic will be essential reading for all academics, researchers and practitioners working with children.
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