Siggy Flicker on Access Hollywood!
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This powerpoint will provide the visuals for my class Fostering Empathy in Our Schools.
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This is the first part of Darrell's manual for college applicants: "Master the Modern Admissions Process: A Step-by-Step into the College of Your Dreams." In this dynamic, 14-chapter manual, you will learn how to: -Get accepted into the nation's most selective colleges in this challenging market -Craft your essay to make your personal story appealing and engaging -Distinguish your application from those with the same range of grades & SAT scores -Play to your strengths and market yourself effectively to college admissions committees -Brand yourself and tailor your applications to exemplify the "whole person" model
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Reality Check - Stop Lying!
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Reality Check - The Insider Key to Admissions
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Empathy and trust are a basic foundation for effective understanding, communication and relationships. For healthcare, not only do health care professionals use empathy to initiate a relationship, they must complete the emotion with an action to create acts of compassion, relieve suffering, bridge a difficult moment – in essence - create a compassionate connection. Whether for managing patient loyalty, handling complaints, diffusing conflict, or participating in the healing process, empathy and subsequent actions/responses create compassionate moments as part of the total patient experience. Participants of a 3Cs of Compassionate Interactions will learn to: •Explore personal values related to empathy and compassion and gain “other” perspective of these conditions and values •Identify various verbal and non-verbal factors associated with demonstrating compassion •Turn potential barriers into purposeful, soulful interaction moments •Translate personal empathy to a compassionate connection to respond sensitively and effectively to others
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Empathy and trust are a basic foundation for effective understanding, communication and relationships. For healthcare, not only do health care professionals use empathy to initiate a relationship, they must complete the emotion with an action to create acts of compassion, relieve suffering, bridge a difficult moment – in essence - create a compassionate connection. Whether for managing patient loyalty, handling complaints, diffusing conflict, or participating in the healing process, empathy and subsequent actions/responses create compassionate moments as part of the total patient experience. Participants of a 3Cs of Compassionate Interactions will learn to: •Explore personal values related to empathy and compassion and gain “other” perspective of these conditions and values •Identify various verbal and non-verbal factors associated with demonstrating compassion •Turn potential barriers into purposeful, soulful interaction moments •Translate personal empathy to a compassionate connection to respond sensitively and effectively to others
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Empathy and trust are a basic foundation for effective understanding, communication and relationships. For healthcare, not only do health care professionals use empathy to initiate a relationship, they must complete the emotion with an action to create acts of compassion, relieve suffering, bridge a difficult moment – in essence - create a compassionate connection. Whether for managing patient loyalty, handling complaints, diffusing conflict, or participating in the healing process, empathy and subsequent actions/responses create compassionate moments as part of the total patient experience. Participants of a 3Cs of Compassionate Interactions will learn to: •Explore personal values related to empathy and compassion and gain “other” perspective of these conditions and values •Identify various verbal and non-verbal factors associated with demonstrating compassion •Turn potential barriers into purposeful, soulful interaction moments •Translate personal empathy to a compassionate connection to respond sensitively and effectively to others
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