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Riassunto: HardiTraining: Managing Stressful Change is an award-winning lifestyle program that teaches you how to turn the problems in your life into opportunities of learning, growth, and new living directions. The program includes five areas of living (coping, social support, and three areas of self-care) that are vital to your performance, health, and leadership. We give you the right information and skill-set you need to build attitudes that motivate you to turn adversity to your benefit. HardiTraining is based on three decades of research and practice on the hardiness personality. It's founder, Dr. Salvatore R. Maddi, found people who are high in the HardiAttitudes of Commitment, Control, and Challenge have better health, perform better and are happier than non-hardy people, and rise to the top at work and in life. Education, the military and emergency public health services, nursing and medical personnel, business and the public at large use HardiTraining to bolster their performance, health, and leadership. The book is comprised of numerous exercises that bolster your HardiAttitudes and teach you how to turn problems to your benefit.
About the Author: Dr. Deborah Khoshaba is a licensed Clinical Psychologist and the first author of the Hardiness Training Manual. She is a practitioner, teacher, researcher, author and blog writer of psychology. Dr. Deborah's mission is to give you the information and resources you need to live the best life possible. Her online blog/publication called Psychology in Everyday Life (www.PsychologyinEverydaylife.net) is a valuable resource for your personal growth. Also, Dr. Deborah is one of the four leading cast members of the new TV Pilot called Shrink Rap of On Purpose Productions LLC & Plan A Films. Dr. Salvatore Maddi Founder of the Hardiness Institute “When you can navigate professional and personal changes in a way that furthers your and your employer’s goals, strengthens your ability to turn adversity to advantage, and deepens professional and personal meaning, you succeed as an employee and as a person. That’s the Way of Hardiness!” Dr. Salvatore R. Maddi is the Founder of the Hardiness Approach to Mastering Life Changes. He is a Professor at the University of California, Irvine Licensed Clinical, Health and Forensic Psychologist Honored, and published around the World expert on Stress and Critical Incident Management Management Consultant to Business, Schools, and Military Organizations. August 2012, Dr. Maddi was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award in Practice Psychology by the American Psychological Association.
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