The Harvard Medical School Guide to Men's Health: Lessons from the Harvard Men's Health Studies (Well-Being Centre = Centre Du Mieux-Etre
The Harvard Medical School Guide to Men's Health assembles into a single volume a quarter-century's worth of hard-won knowledge about men's health -- knowledge that men need to lead longer, healthier lives. More than twenty-five years ago, researchers at Harvard Medical School and the Harvard School of Public Health began what have become the largest aggregate studies ever of men's health. Tracking 96,000 American men over decades, these studies provide the ultimate resource on what keeps men healthy -- and what doesn't. The result is The Harvard Medical School Guide to Men's Health: • Features the most current information on the health-preserving functions of diet, exercise, and over-the-counter drugs and supplements • Gives straight answers to questions like when drinking alcohol is beneficial and when it's not • Offers advice on behavior modification and stress control • Includes all the crucial information on diseases that are particularly important to men, including prostate cancer, testicular cancer, erectile dysfunction, and kidney and bladder problems • Provides an easy-to-navigate guide to the health-care system that gives balanced views on the benefits and drawbacks of common medical tests With the authority that only the world's largest and best-known medi...
- ASIN: 0684871823 Part No: 9780684871820
HBR's 10 Must Reads on Leadership Lessons from Sports (featuring interviews with Sir Alex Ferguson, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Andre
The world's elite athletes and coaches achieve high performance through inspiring leadership, mental toughness, and direction-setting strategic choices. Harvard Business Review has talked to many of these high performers throughout the years to learn how their success translates to the world of business.If you read nothing else on management lessons from the world of sports, read these 10 articles by athletes, coaches, and leadership experts. We've combed through our archive and selected the articles that will best help you drive performance.This book will inspire you to:Improve on your weaknesses, not just your strengthsTake care of your body for sustained mental performanceIncrease your confidence and manage your energy before an important eventTurn a struggling team aroundUnderstand the limits of performance metricsFocus on long-term goals to overcome setbacksUnderstand where the analogy of sports and business doesn't workThis collection of articles includes "Ferguson's Formula," by Anita Elberse with Sir Alex Ferguson; "Life's Work: An Interview with Greg Louganis"; "The Making of a Corporate Athlete," by Jim Loehr and Tony Schwartz; "The Tough Work of Turning a Team Around," by Bill Parcells; "How an Olympic Gold Medalist Learned to Perform Under Pressure: An Interview with ...
- ASIN: B074P85HC9
- ASIN: B004MYP0YG
- UPC: 880840031002
Your Relationship GPA: Lessons from Harvard students on how to make time for what matters
In Your Relationship GPA, Foster and Turban follow the lives of Harvard students as they explore what matters most in college: relationships. What do they do to form friendships, find love, and platonically date their professors? In the book, you'll explore real stories of Harvard students. How does a boy who survived years of terminal cancer learn to form fast, authentic friendships in a single interaction? How does an astrophysics student convince Richard Branson to give her a trip to space? Why do some people seem to achieve extraordinary success in college, while equally qualified students fall short of their potential? The secret, as they discover, lies in relationships. This book is perfect for anyone in college, entering the workforce, or who enjoys a thrilling piece of cheesecake.
- ASIN: 1533159483
52 Essential Conversations: The Life Skills Card Game for Age 5 to Adults - Builds Social Emotional, Critical Thinking, Growth Mindset & Vocabulary Skills - Created by Harvard
Winner of 2018 Parents' Choice Awards. As seen featured by Harvard, University of California, and CASEL.A social and emotional learning game that prepares children for life. Top 10 Benefits: 1. Increase self-motivation. 2. Practice perspective-taking skills.3. Learn effective communication. 4. Develop self-awareness. 5. Broaden critical thinking skills. 6. Deepen growth mindset. 7. Build executive functions. 8. Reduce social anxiety. 9. Build empathy and responsibility. 10. Build vocabulary and academic language. "As an educator and parent of three tween girls, 52 Essential Conversations is the answer to my prayers! It gives me the prompt for the conversation I want to have but am not sure how to start." - Dr. Celine Coggins, Founder, Teach Plus"52 Essential Conversations gives parents what they need to cleverly transform everyday interactions with their children into deeply memorable learning experiences that nurture children to be purposeful and empathetic adults." - Dr. Todd Rose, Harvard Graduate School of Education "52 Essential Conversations empowers parents with the necessary language to break down barriers of communication with their children to build a healthy and supportive culture of understanding." - Dr. Deborah Helsing, Harvard Graduate School of Education "What a...
- Brand: Mind Brain Parenting
- ASIN: B07FKSQV47 Part No: SEL
Legal Lessons: Popularizing Laws in the People’s Republic of China, 1949–1989 (Harvard East Asian
The popularization of basic legal knowledge is an important and contested technique of state governance in China today. Its roots reach back to the early years of Chinese Communist Party rule. Legal Lessons tells the story of how the party-state attempted to mobilize ordinary citizens to learn laws during the early years of the Mao period (1949–1976) and in the decade after Mao’s death.Examining case studies such as the dissemination of the 1950 Marriage Law and successive constitutions since 1954 in Beijing and Shanghai, Jennifer Altehenger traces the dissemination of legal knowledge at different levels of state and society. Archival records, internal publications, periodicals, advice manuals, memoirs, and colorful propaganda materials reveal how official attempts to determine and promote “correct” understanding of written laws intersected with people’s interpretations and practical experiences. They also show how diverse groups―including party-state leadership, legal experts, publishers, writers, artists, and local officials, along with ordinary people―helped to define the meaning of laws in China’s socialist society. Placing mass legal education and law propaganda at the center of analysis, Legal Lessons offers a new perspective on the sociocultural and politic...
- ASIN: 0674983858
  Texts and Lessons for Content-Area Writing: With More Than 50 Texts from National Geographic, The New York Times, Prevention, The Washington Post, Smithsonian, Harvard Business Review and Many
- ASIN: B07KS2XLPL
ABC News Nightline Lessons in
Can you teach doctors the proper bedside manner? Harvard Medical School has a course that is devoted to training future doctors to be more compassionate by listening to uniquely qualified teachers: patients living with life-threatening illnesses. Students enrolled in the course called "Living With a Life-Threatening Illness," are paired up with a patient facing one, in order to teach students about the illness from the patient's perspective. ABC News follows the relationship of patient, Ed Hamada as he teaches Harvard Medical School student, Katie Zuckerman some unforgettable lessons about healing. Airdate: 7/18/2001When sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.
- ASIN: B001E0MNFU
- UPC: 883629557397
Make It Stick: The Science of Successful
To most of us, learning something "the hard way" implies wasted time and effort. Good teaching, we believe, should be creatively tailored to the different learning styles of students and should use strategies that make learning easier. Make It Stick turns fashionable ideas like these on their head. Drawing on recent discoveries in cognitive psychology and other disciplines, the authors offer concrete techniques for becoming more productive learners.Memory plays a central role in our ability to carry out complex cognitive tasks, such as applying knowledge to problems never before encountered and drawing inferences from facts already known. New insights into how memory is encoded, consolidated, and later retrieved have led to a better understanding of how we learn. Grappling with the impediments that make learning challenging leads both to more complex mastery and better retention of what was learned.Many common study habits and practice routines turn out to be counterproductive. Underlining and highlighting, rereading, cramming, and single-minded repetition of new skills create the illusion of mastery, but gains fade quickly. More complex and durable learning come from self-testing, introducing certain difficulties in practice, waiting to re-study new material until a little forge...
- Brand: Belknap Press
- ASIN: 0674729013 Part No: 39870898
The habit of keeping a sketchbook is an important exercise, whether you are deepening your artistic practice or starting a brand new one. In this series, Lisa Congdon delves into her personal practice, sharing techniques that she employs in her own mixed media sketchbook. Best of all, you won't be limited to one medium. Lisa explores ways to incorporate pen, watercolor, collage, brush pens, and more, allowing you to play with techniques that go beyond your comfort zone. As Lisa tells you "Just let go of the fear and dive in."
- ASIN: B073L4TGTD
The Harvard Medical School Guide to Men's Health : Lessons from the Harvard Men's Health
The Harvard Medical School Guide to Men's Health assembles into a single volume a quarter-century's worth of hard-won knowledge about men's health -- knowledge that men need to lead longer, healthier lives. More than twenty-five years ago, researchers at Harvard Medical School and the Harvard School of Public Health began what have become the largest aggregate studies ever of men's health. Tracking 96,000 American men over decades, these studies provide the ultimate resource on what keeps men healthy -- and what doesn't. The result is The Harvard Medical School Guide to Men's Health: - Features the most current information on the health-preserving functions of diet, exercise, and over-the-counter drugs and supplements - Gives straight answers to questions like when drinking alcohol is beneficial and when it's not - Offers advice on behavior modification and stress control - Includes all the crucial information on diseases that are particularly important to men, including prostate cancer, testicular cancer, erectile dysfunction, and kidney and bladder problems - Provides an easy-to-navigate guide to the health-care system that gives balanced views on the benefits and drawbacks of common medical tests With the authority that only the world's largest and best-known medical school can provide, and the lively, clear presentation that is the hallmark of Harvard Men's Health Watch, the monthly newsletter edited by Dr. Simon, The Harvard Medical School Guide to Men's Health is an essential reference for every man -- and for everyone who cares about a man's health.
Bush-Obama School Reform : Lessons
Frederick M. Hess and Michael Q. McShane have gathered a diverse group of scholars to examine the shifting federal role in education across the presidential administrations of George W. Bush and Barack Obama.
Lessons Learned After Harvard Business School : Wisdom Shared by the Class of
A candid look at what happened to members of Harvard Business School's Class of 1970 after they moved into the real world of business. Wisdom is shared from the 132 graduates who agreed to be interviewed. A wide range of career paths and experiences, both good and bad, provide advice on how others should proceed in business careers. Those interviewed are named and looking back over 40+ years of experience. Readers will be surprised by the flexibility and opportunism these HBS showed in meeting challenges.
Life Lessons of a Harvard Reject -
Every so often a book comes along that strives for the extraordinary and actually achieves it … one that far exceeds its already ambitious reach. That book is Life Lessons of a Harvard Reject by Peter Bennett. It starts with a story about the Statue of 3 Lies, which sits in Harvard Yard. Though the name “John Harvard” and founding date of the institution are carved in stone, neither is accurate. Harvard didn’t even found America’s oldest university. The bronze figure itself might as well be Peter Pan because no one knows what Harvard looked like. No records existed when Daniel French, sculptor of the Lincoln Monument, started his “Harvard” commission. Only such a story could be told by a Harvard Reject who, like Warren Buffett, Tom Brokaw and a host of others, was denied admission as is the case with about 94% of all applicants. But Harvard Reject is not a book about sour grapes. Rather, every compelling chapter and sub-chapter motivates and inspires readers to be more than they ever thought they could be. Indeed, while it serves as a self-improvement guide and playbook loaded with advice and supported by hundreds of fascinating facts, anecdotes, and sayings -- all put into historical context -- it counsels readers to always seek and verify their own truth (nullius in verba), even when the supposed truth is etched in stone. Any reader that has enjoyed the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, The Road less Traveled, The Power of Positive Thinking, How to Win Friends and Influence People, and other self-improvement classics will absolutely admire and adore Life Lessons of a Harvard Reject. Moreover, the teachers in the book include everyone from Jesus Christ to J.C. Penney and from Socrates to The Simpsons. If you at all aspire to be a little better tomorrow than you are today, Life Lessons will show you how to: • React quicker • Change faster • Dream bigger • Focus better • Get healthier • Sell sooner • See farther • Work smarter • Think deeper • Give and risk more The above are just a few of the lessons, but the real value of the book is the enthusiasm for life it generates. It’s edgy, humorous, hysterical, historical, angry at times, reverential and always respectful. Parents, students, teachers, business leaders, coaches, players and anyone else who wants to make an impact in this world will find Life Lessons a constant and abundant source of motivation, inspiration, and wonder. It will help you tear down every wall holding back your success and bash every barrier that has kept you from achieving what you most want from life. Don’t judge Life Lessons by its title or its cover; trust its contents. Inside, you'll find your truth. Let the lessons begin!
Texts and Lessons for Content-Area Writing : With More Than 50 Texts from National Geographic, the New York Times, Prevention, the Washington Post, Smithsonian, Harvard Business Review and Many
- Over 50 reproducible mentor texts that demonstrate the moves of skillful nonfiction writers - 36 ready to use content-literacy lessons designed to engage students in close reading, quick writing, and lively discussion - More than 100 options for meaningful, content-focused extended writing projects. "Using these practical lessons, you can teach your own subject matter in more compelling and memorable ways-and at the same time, help your students become better thinkers and writers across the day and through the year." -Harvey "Smokey" Daniels and Nancy Steineke Content-area teachers, rejoice once again: Harvey "Smokey" Daniels and Nancy Steineke bring you the companion volume to their ever popular Texts & Lessons for Content-Area Reading-this time helping students "write to learn," using powerful writing and thinking strategies that get students engaged in your content and prepare them for academic writing, but don't increase your workload. "And here's the bonus you'll only believe once you try this stuff," Smokey and Nancy write, "these strategies add joy to our teaching. Classes feel crisper and more energetic; there is flow between writing and talking, reflection and action." Three text set lessons designed to be studied, written about, and debated together are divided into three nonfiction writing genres: - Narrative Nonfiction - Explanatory/Informational - Persuasive texts/argumentative NEW! A new web support feature in this edition includes downloadable copies of all the texts, articles, forms, prompts, and images that accompany lessons. Writing to learn in your content area has never been so cool-or so easy.
Bigger Isn't Necessarily Better : Lessons from the Harvard Home Builder
Bigger Isn't Necessarily Better...
End of Globalization : Lessons from the Great
The process of globalization seems irreversible. However, James provides a sobering historical perspective, exploring the circumstances in which the globally integrated world of an earlier era broke down under the pressure of unexpected events.
HBR's 10 Must Reads on Leadership Lessons from
The world's elite athletes and coaches achieve high performance through inspiring leadership, strategic choices, and mental toughness. Harvard Business Review has talked to many of them throughout the years to learn how their success can translate to business leadership. If you read nothing else on management lessons from the world of sports, read these 10 articles by athletes, coaches, and experts in the field. We've combed through Harvard Business Review's archive and selected the articles that will best help you drive your performance--whether as a individual contributor or a leader. This book will inspire you to: - Improve your weaknesses, not just your strengths - Hold everyone to high standards--especially your stars - Find meaning in success--and in challenge - Take care of your body for sustained mental performance - Identify the right rivalries to bring out the best in you - Build your team from the bottom up - Understand where the analogy of sports and business doesn't work--
Lessons from Private Equity Any Company Can
Private equity firms are snapping up brand-name companies and assembling portfolios that make them immense global conglomerates. They're often able to maximize investor value far more successfully than traditional public companies. How do PE firms become such powerhouses? Learn how, in Lessons from Private Equity Any Company Can Use. Bain chairman Orit Gadiesh and partner Hugh MacArthur use the concise, actionable format of a memo to lay out the five disciplines that PE firms use to attain their edge: - Invest with a thesis using a specific, appropriate 3-5-year goal - Create a blueprint for change--a road map for initiatives that will generate the most value for your company within that time frame - Measure only what matters--such as cash, key market intelligence, and critical operating data - Hire, motivate, and retain hungry managers--people who think like owners - Make equity sweat--by making cash scarce, and forcing managers to redeploy underperforming capital in productive directions This is the PE formulate for unleashing a company's true potential.
Educating a Diverse Nation : Lessons from Minority-Serving
Anchored in a study conducted at twelve minority-serving institutions (MSIs), Conrad and Gasman turn a spotlight on the challenges facing nontraditional college students and highlight innovative programs and practices that are advancing students' persistence and learning. --From publisher description.
How It's Being Done : Urgent Lessons from Unexpected
How It's Being Done gives credence to strategies educators can use to boost student achievement in minority and high-poverty schools by engaging with individual students and developing standards-based programs.
The Lesson of Our Dead: An Adresss in Sanders Theatre, Harvard University, on Memorial Day, May 30,
The Lesson of Our Dead: An Adresss in Sanders Theatre, Harvard University, on Memorial Day, May 30, 1918
Yes to the Mess : Surprising Leadership Lessons from
Proposes an organizational leadership and collaboration model based on the improvisational natures of such jazz musicians as Miles Davis and Sonny Rollins, discussing inventive approaches companies can take to deal with change.
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