Raising the Bar

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ISBN: 1848761597
Release Date: 2009-06-04
Number of pages: 282
Author: Rob Lloyd
Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd

Download and read online Raising the Bar in PDF and EPUB A rags to riches story, twice over – as featured on Channel Four’s The Secret Millionaire. Raising the Bar documents Rob Lloyd's life growing up on a farm in Cheshire, his years at boarding school, his close relationship with his father and distant relationship with his mother, as well as the problems he had landing his first job (having failed his English Language O level six times). His appearance on The Secret Millionaire is also described in detail.


Raising the Bar on Service Excellence

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ISBN: 9781456601171
Release Date: 2013-05-22
Number of pages: 204
Author: Kristin Baird
Publisher: eBookIt.com

Download and read online Raising the Bar on Service Excellence in PDF and EPUB Raising the Bar on Service Excellence concentrates on five crucial leadership actions that will shift your organization from good to great. Once again, Baird pushes the reader out of the theory mode and into action. Each chapter features case examples and concludes with specific leadership action steps that will bring the organization closer to living the mission, vision, values and brand promise.


Raising the Bar

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ISBN: 9780787976309
Release Date: 2012-06-22
Number of pages: 368
Author: Gary Erickson
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online Raising the Bar in PDF and EPUB In April of 2000, Gary Erickson turned down a $120 million offer to buy his thriving company. Today, instead of taking it easy for the rest of his life and enjoying a luxurious retirement, he's working harder than ever. Why would any sane person pass up the financial opportunity of a lifetime? Raising the Bar tells the amazing story of Clif Bar's Gary Erickson and shows that some things are more important than money. Gary Erickson and coauthor Lois Lorentzen tell the unusual and inspiring story about following your passion, the freedom to create, sustaining a business over the long haul, and living responsibly in your community and on the earth. Raising the Bar chronicles Clif Bar's ascent from a homemade energy bar to a $100 million phenomenon with an estimated 35 million consumers, and a company hailed by Inc. magazine as one of the fastest-growing private companies in the U.S. four years in a row. The book is filled with compelling personal stories from Erickson's life-trekking in the Himalayan mountains, riding his bicycle over roadless European mountain passes, climbing in the Sierra Nevada range--as inspiration for his philosophy of business. Throughout the book, Erickson--a competitive cyclist, jazz musician, world traveler, mountain climber, wilderness guide, and entrepreneur--convinces us that sustaining one's employees, community, and environment is good business. If you are a manager, executive, business owner, or board member, Raising the Bar is your personal guide to corporate integrity. If you are a sports enthusiast, environmentalist, adventure lover, intrigued by a unique corporate culture, or just interested in a good story, Raising the Bar is for you.


Raising the Bar

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ISBN: 9781134003501
Release Date: 2012-12-06
Number of pages: 316
Author: Kathryn Graham
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Raising the Bar in PDF and EPUB This book provides a definitive review of knowledge about bar room environments and their regulation, and provides directions for the prevention of aggression, violence and injury in and around public drinking establishments. It shows why drinking establishments are high risk for aggression, why some establishments are riskier than others, the effectiveness of existing interventions and policies, and the importance of better regulatory models for achieving safer drinking establishments. The authors emphasise the need to understand the problem and to tackle it through evidence-based preventive strategies, providing a detailed review of the nature of problem behaviours within the specific context of public drinking establishments - while recognising that these establishments are businesses that operate in diverse communities and cultures. Special attention is paid to the difficulties in implementing and sustaining effective interventions within the kinds of regulatory structures and political and economic climates that currently prevail in western countries. The book draws upon the authors' extensive experience with observational, interview and intervention research related to reducing aggression and injury in drinking establishments, as well as their knowledge of the alcohol field, and of prevention, policing and regulation more generally.


Raising the bar

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924078649989
Release Date: 1996
Number of pages: 72
Author: American Compensation Association
Publisher:

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Raising the Bar

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ISBN: 9781884167119
Release Date: 2002
Number of pages: 136
Author: Artemis A. W. Joukowsky
Publisher: Umbrage Editions Incorporated

Download and read online Raising the Bar in PDF and EPUB Portrays athletes with disabilities that have participated in the Paralympics and similar events, with photographs and listings of awards won, and provides a brief history of the rise of disability sports.


Raising the Bar

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ISBN: 0825497523
Release Date: 2002
Number of pages: 208
Author: Alvin L. Reid
Publisher: Kregel Academic

Download and read online Raising the Bar in PDF and EPUB Two-thirds of today's teens are interested in having a meaningful relationship with God, yet less than one-third of them are active in a local church. These statistics indicate that it is time to change how the church does youth ministry, and this compelling book provides an impassioned plea for the church to set higher standards for ministry to teens and their families.


Raising the Bar

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ISBN: 1579652603
Release Date: 2004
Number of pages: 287
Author: Nick Mautone
Publisher: Artisan Books

Download and read online Raising the Bar in PDF and EPUB Introduces more than 250 cocktail recipes, ranging from familiar drinks to exotic specialties, accompanied by recipes for homemade garnishes, cocktail snacks, syrups, cordials, and sauces made from drink elements.


Raising the Bar

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ISBN: 0764220373
Release Date: 1999
Number of pages: 154
Author: Lauraine Snelling
Publisher: Bethany House Pub

Download and read online Raising the Bar in PDF and EPUB While rescuing Herndon and other horses from a burning barn, fifteen-year-old DJ suffers serious injuries but also finds that God has answered her prayer to overcome a life-long fear of fire.


Becoming a High Expectation Teacher

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ISBN: 9781317644620
Release Date: 2014-08-13
Number of pages: 274
Author: Christine Rubie-Davies
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Becoming a High Expectation Teacher in PDF and EPUB We constantly hear cries from politicians for teachers to have high expectations. But what this means in practical terms is never spelled out. Simply deciding that as a teacher you will expect all your students to achieve more than other classes you have taught in the same school, is not going to translate automatically into enhanced achievement for students. Becoming a High Expectation Teacher is a book that every education student, training or practising teacher, should read. It details the beliefs and practices of high expectation teachers – teachers who have high expectations for all their students – and provides practical examples for teachers of how to change classrooms into ones in which all students are expected to learn at much higher levels than teachers may previously have thought possible. It shows how student achievement can be raised by providing both research evidence and practical examples. This book is based on the first ever intervention study in the teacher expectation area, designed to change teachers’ expectations through introducing them to the beliefs and practices of high expectation teachers. A holistic view of the classroom is emphasised whereby both the instructional and socio-emotional aspects of the classroom are considered if teachers are to increase student achievement. There is a focus on high expectation teachers, those who have high expectations for all students, and a close examination of what it is that these teachers do in their classrooms that mean that their students make very large learning gains each year. Becoming a High Expectation Teacher explores three key areas in which what high expectation teachers do differs substantially from what other teachers do: the way they group students for learning, the way they create a caring classroom community, and the way in which they use goalsetting to motivate students, to promote student autonomy and to promote mastery learning. Areas covered include:- Formation of teacher expectations Teacher personality and expectation Ability grouping and goal setting Enhancing class climate Sustaining high expectations for students Becoming a High Expectation Teacher is an essential read for any researcher, student, trainee or practicing teacher who cares passionately about the teacher-student relationship and about raising expectations and student achievement.


Raising The Bar

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ISBN: 9780988926158
Release Date: 2016-08-02
Number of pages: 464
Author: Mark Seal
Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group

Download and read online Raising The Bar in PDF and EPUB Gerald D. Hines stands at the top of the international real estate investment and development world. A Purdue graduate with a degree in engineering, Hines may have arrived in Houston in 1948 for a nine-to-five job at a heating and air conditioning company, but before long he was making the deals that would transform Houston’s skyline. Later, with his revolutionary idea that great architecture was good business, he was reshaping the skylines of the world. Today, Hines is a respected global organization with a presence in 20 countries that has developed, redeveloped or acquired more than 1,100 properties. Raising the Bar: The Life and Work of Gerald D. Hines tracks one man’s incredible rise, from building small office/warehouses to manifesting Houston icons like The Galleria, One Shell Plaza, and Pennzoil Place to cultivating the national and then global expansion of his company. It paints the portrait of a man who himself is a study in contradictions: a child of the Depression and a citizen of the world; an engineer who still carries the slide rule that has guided his career yet commissions daring feats of art and architecture; a reserved and humble man in a field known for being brash and aggressive who takes on physical challenges with wild abandon. With enlivening anecdotes and revealing characterizations, Raising the Bar reveals the man behind the premier real estate company in the world like never before.


Self Efficacy

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ISBN: 9781317919186
Release Date: 2014-01-09
Number of pages: 192
Author: Robert Bertrando
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Self Efficacy in PDF and EPUB The fourth edition of this highly praised book includes coverage of evidence-based education and No Child Left Behind. Like the previous editions, it offers authoritative and balanced overviews to help you make distinctions between innovative programs backed up by sound research support and “faddish” ideas which lack a research base.


Raising the Bar and Closing the Gap

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ISBN: 9781935542391
Release Date: 2010-04-01
Number of pages: 72
Author: Richard DuFour
Publisher: Solution Tree Press

Download and read online Raising the Bar and Closing the Gap in PDF and EPUB This expansion of Whatever It Takes sharpens the focus on the pyramid of interventions strategy. The authors examine case studies of schools and districts across North America to illustrate how PLC at WorkTM is a sustainable and transferable process that ensures struggling students get the support they need to achieve. They address how to enrich and extend the learning of proficient students and explain how PLC intervention processes align with RTI legislation.


Raising the Bar

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ISBN: 0969192126
Release Date: 2012
Number of pages: 278
Author: Pam Williams
Publisher: Wilmor Publishing Corporation

Download and read online Raising the Bar in PDF and EPUB In the spirit of Michael Pollans The Omnivores Dilemma, Raising the Bar: The Future of Fine Chocolate tells the story of what that next movement in the fine flavour chocolate symphony might hold.


Swanson on Internal Auditing

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ISBN: 9781849280686
Release Date: 2010
Number of pages: 318
Author: Dan Swanson
Publisher: Itgp

Download and read online Swanson on Internal Auditing in PDF and EPUB As a profession, internal audit sits somewhere between having a low profile that is barely mentioned in governance regulations, through to making a key contribution to better corporate transparency by improving how risk is perceived and addressed. A low-key approach has the danger that the value of internal audit may be overlooked, while a higher profile creates greater expectations which must be fully met as auditors reach out towards a new, more challenging role. This book provides concise commentary on strategic issues regarding the way internal audit is established, planned and performed. High-level issues sit alongside practical guidance to ensure the book has an appeal to all levels of internal audit management and staff, as each reader can dip into a range of important topics.