Have you been told there's a little too much telling in your novel? Want to remedy it? Then this is the book for you! In Show & Tell in a Nutshell: Demonstrated Transitions from Telling to Showing you will find sixteen real scenes depicting a variety of situations, emotions, and characteristics which clearly demonstrate how to turn telling into showing. Dispersed throughout, and at the back of the book, are blank pages to take notes as you read. A few short writing prompts are also provided. Not only is this pocket guide an excellent learning tool for aspiring writers, but it is a light, convenient, and easy solution to honing your craft no matter how broad your writing experience. Keep it in the side pocket of your school bag, throw it in your purse, or even carry it around in the pocket of your jeans or jacket, to enhance your skills, keep notes, and jot down story ideas, anywhere, anytime.
MadeGlobal's History in a Nutshell Series aims to give readers a good grounding in a historical topic in a concise, easily digestible and accessible way. Catherine Carey in a Nutshell examines the life of Catherine Carey, daughter of Mary Boleyn, from the controversy surrounding her paternity through her service to Henry VIII's queens, the trials of life in Protestant exile during the Tudor era, and the triumphant return of the Knollys family to the glittering court of the Virgin Queen. Adrienne Dillard, author of the best-selling novel Cor Rotto: A Novel of Catherine Carey brings together what is known about one of Queen Elizabeth I's most trusted and devoted ladies for the first time in one concise, easy-to-read book.
"If, as many CEOs claim, employees are our most valuable resource, why are those resources being depleted? More precisely, why are employees being depleted of the energy, motivation and pride that make them fulfilled and proud employees - and human beings? Dysfunctional organizations and demoralized employees are the result, Daniel Wentland writes, of a management-employee relationship that must be redefined and revitalized. As he writes, when leaders truly value employees and treat them as partners rather than subordinates, everyone in the organization will find that giving forth their maximum effort is the best - and easiest thing to do. Nothing less than a new paradigm is needed, and in the book Daniel combines his academic research with the insights he developed as a manager with large organizations to describe the important steps that will enable employees and managers to create that new, exciting paradigm." Stephen Bernhut, Editor, of the Ivey Business Journal Leaders everywhere can be grateful to Professor Wentland for providing comprehensive guidance that allows them to shape organizational culture in a way that releases the full potential of managers and staff members alike. Wentland effectively combines his hands-on knowledge of organizational best practices with a synthesis of the relevant scholarship available on key points. Managers will find this book a useful and provocative tool as they continue to move their organizations from "good" to "great." Karen Halbersleben, President of Northland College, Ashland, Wisconsin The information in Organizational Performance in a Nutshell provides a comprehensive framework for understanding questions like why does one organization thrive while another struggles for survival even though both are operating in the same industry, or how can some of the largest global organizations such as GM, Ford, Chrysler, Home Depot, Sears, Kmart, Airbus, Citigroup, Gateway, and Dell perform so poorly after being such colossal leaders in their industry? A new way of thinking about organizational effectiveness will emerge from the information contained in this book. In sum, organizational performance in a nutshell will be revealed.
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