Mastering Emotions, Restoring Honour to Leadership
Author: Brenda Oliver
Pubpsher: Trafford Publishing
Gold Seal of Literary Excellence, "The Freedom Challenge: Mastering Emotions, Restoring Honour to Leadership" offers insights into emotional conditions, ways to focus on healthy leadership, and how to develop human potential. This book helps readers understand the value of becoming a healthy person and an effective leader. Discover how mastering your emotions creates desirable and positive outcomes. The critical role progressive behaviours play in our lives, how we can gain greater cooperation among colleagues, within teams, and between family members. The roadblocks to transformation and how to avoid the aftermaths affecting one's ability to lead. Why appreciating people's differences can lead to other's freedom. How our willingness to change is instrumental to achieving personal success and developing long lasting relationships. How conscious choice results in positive influence and change in others. The strategies for gaining self-control and avoiding irrational behaviour. How reflection increases personal insight, creates choices and motivates change. How making different choices leads to new possibilities. How to develop a personal philosophy and achieve a more significant life. How incorporating the Twenty-One Principles of Honourable Leadership is a powerful transformational tool.
An interactive sixty-day Bible study on freedom in Christ that identifies the deceptive thoughts and negative emotions that bind us. The Freedom Challenge takes the reader on a journey of healing by applying God’s Word to toxic thinking and destructive behavior patterns. Walk in the truth and live free of negative labels, false limitations, and lies.
The alien Catteni invaded Earth and enslaved thousands of humans on the planet Botany, where they struggle to survive while colonizing the world for their overseers. Now that they’ve proved Botany is capable of sustaining life, Kris Bjornsen and her fellow settlers have no intention of surrendering the home they’ve created for themselves… Armed with the knowledge that the true enemy behind the Catteni is the Eosi race, Kris has begun a campaign to free Botany’s settlers by raising a rebellion among her people against their parasitic oppressors. Aided by her Catteni lover, Zainal, Kris and the colonists manage to steal warships—and discover dissidents on other Eosi-controlled worlds. If all of the subjugated races join forces, they will have an army large enough to win their freedom and their worlds. The war of liberation has begun.
From the viewpoint of migration and asylum policy and the fight against terrorism, justice and home affairs is a key policy area. It is also an area that raises important challenges and questions with regard to the preservation of fundamental freedoms. This engaging volume examines the emerging European Union area of freedom, security and justice at a time when key policy priorities are taking shape within the EU. Bringing together contributors from different backgrounds, the volume is ideal for students and scholars of European studies, law, political science, political theory and sociology.
Release on 2018-01-15 | by Michael Ignatieff,Stefan Roch
The Global challenge
Author: Michael Ignatieff,Stefan Roch
Pubpsher: Central European University Press
Academic freedom-the institutional autonomy of scientific, research and teaching institutions, and the freedom of individual scholars and researchers to pursue controversial research and publish controversial opinions-is a cornerstone of any free society. Today this freedom is under attack from the state in many parts of the world but it is also under question from within academe. Bitter disputes have erupted about whether liberal academic freedoms have degenerated into a form of coercive political correctness. Populist currents of political opinion are questioning the price a society pays for the freedom of its `experts' and professors. This volume summarizes the highlights of the discussions of international experts and political figures who examined the state of academic freedom world-wide at a gathering in the summer of 2017. Topics range widely, from the closing of universities in Turkey and the narrowing space for academic freedom in Hungary, China and Russia, to the controversies about free speech roiling American campuses. The book contains thoughtful historical analysis of the origins of the ideal of academic freedom; eloquent testimony from the front lines of the battle to defend the academy as a free space for controversial thought; as well as analysis of how university autonomy and self-government are endangered by hostile political forces around the world.