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Social skills for healthcare personnel

BySardón Gall

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Teachers, police officers and health professionals  are the main risk groups for burnout syndrome, a condition in the work environment that generates exhaustion, demotivation and anguish.  Progressive exhaustion, lack of motivation for work and sudden changes in mood with feelings of sadness, grief, anguish, mental discomfort accompanied by melancholy, pessimism and insubstantiality. People, as social beings, are forced to establish relationships with their peers, whether in the family, educational, work or leisure environment. However, it is not always easy to function in a certain social context. And it is not due to a lack of skills, but because the necessary skills to do so have not been acquired. Within the field of health, teaching to develop these skills has been shown to be the most effective way to establish healthy behaviors, both individually and collectively .        The book incorporates information on the following topics:   - The resilience - Relationships with a partner at work - D ominio of emotions -  To confront conflicts  - The art of conversation - Body language - Like others - Oversize problems - Embittering life is easy - Burning jobs - Friendship - Public speaking - Persuasion techniques - The psychologist, a specialist who can help us - A utocontro l - Make and receive criticism - The envy - Jealousy - be weak - The happiness - Reflection - Workplace harassment - Image advisor -Etc..

Details

Publication Date
Jun 27, 2021
Language
English
Category
Entertainment
Copyright
All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
Contributors
By (author): Sardón Gall

Specifications

Pages
232
Binding
Hardcover
Interior Color
Black & White
Dimensions
A4 (8.27 x 11.69 in / 210 x 297 mm)

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