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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release Many parents struggle to fulfil their obligations, while adolescents feel they are not being supported, says UNICEF study UNICEF releases the results of the National Study on Parenting of Adolescents 10 December 2018 UNICEF/Geo-2018 Available in: English ქართული Tbilisi, Georgia, December 10, 2018- Majority of adolescents’ parents in Georgia practise an authoritarian parenting style and apply physical and psychological punishment methods; parents are mostly engaged in caring for their adolescent’s material and physical wellbeing, less in psycho emotional development –  these are some of the findings of the ‘National Study on Parenting of Adolescents and Parenting Support programmes in Georgia’ being released today.  (...) The study shows that many caregivers in Georgia struggle to fulfil their basic obligations of psycho emotional care. There are cases, when adolescents feel that they are not being supported by their parents during some of the most emotional periods, adversely affecting their psychosocial wellbeing. (...) The goal of the research was to collect the basic information on how parenting is understood, perceived and practised by parents/caregivers of adolescent boys and girls in Georgia; how do individual, interpersonal and macro factors affect parenting dynamics and influence parenting styles and practices; as well as where do parents of adolescents and adolescents themselves turn to for formal and informal support.
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Score: 1386989 - https://www.unicef.org/georgia...-adolescents-feel-they-are-not
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In this respect, one interacts with colleagues, subordinates’, supervisors and stakeholders who have a variety of leadership skills and communication styles. The UN Emerging Leaders e-Learning programme was an opportunity to frame my experience in a more structured learning style. The materials used in the training and the methodology (mix of self-learning, webinars, homework and group discussions) was a comprehensive package for self-reflection on my style of leading, and what was “right” / “worked” and should continue to be used, or what should be avoided in current and future roles. The UN Emerging Leaders e-Learning programme was an opportunity to frame my experience in a more structured and learning style. 3. From your position as an experienced humanitarian practitioner, which aspect of the UN Emerging Leaders e-Learning did you find most useful  and how has this contributed to your leadership development milestones?
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Score: 1368317.5 - https://www.unssc.org/news-and...erging-leader-mazen-aboulhosn/
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In this respect, one interacts with colleagues, subordinates’, supervisors and stakeholders who have a variety of leadership skills and communication styles. The UN Emerging Leaders e-Learning programme was an opportunity to frame my experience in a more structured learning style. The materials used in the training and the methodology (mix of self-learning, webinars, homework and group discussions) was a comprehensive package for self-reflection on my style of leading, and what was “right” / “worked” and should continue to be used, or what should be avoided in current and future roles. The UN Emerging Leaders e-Learning programme was an opportunity to frame my experience in a more structured and learning style. 3. From your position as an experienced humanitarian practitioner, which aspect of the UN Emerging Leaders e-Learning did you find most useful  and how has this contributed to your leadership development milestones?
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Score: 1368317.5 - https://www.unssc.org/node/238865/
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Professor Wang Lin Xu has his unique art style, stressing on the ideal combination of the classical and the modern, the emotional and the actual, realistic painting, vivid expression and bold outline, theory and painting skills. (...) His paintings of abstract style. Wang’s paintings are not limited to bamboo but touch on landscape, flowers and birds, figure.
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Score: 1359598 - https://www.un.org/ungifts/content/interactive-world
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Professor Wang Lin Xu has his unique art style, stressing on the ideal combination of the classical and the modern, the emotional and the actual, realistic painting, vivid expression and bold outline, theory and painting skills. (...) His paintings of abstract style. Wang’s paintings are not limited to bamboo but touch on landscape, flowers and birds, figure.
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Score: 1359598 - https://www.un.org/ungifts/node/3378
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ENHANCING THE CAPACITY OF THE PUBLIC SECTOR IN A FAST-CHANGING WORLD FOR THE ACHIEVEMENT OF THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Table 2 Paradigm shifts in public administration Ancient public administration Traditional public administration (1960s) New public management (1980s) New public governance (2000s) Smart sustainable governance (2020s) Governance principles Only government Best government Efficient governance Good governance Effective governance Target audience Commoners Voters Customers Citizens Public Public services Basic provision Direct provision Contracted provision Co-produced provision Customized provision Role of Government To rule To row To steer To facilitate To design Leadership style Autocratic style Bureaucratic style Competitive style Collaborative style Constructive style Accountability Leader Hierarchy Market Network Multilevel Goal and focus Obedience, loyalty-based Law, rule-based Indicators, results-based Relationships, trust-based Sustainability, justice-based Source: Adapted from Michael Howlett, Anka Kekez and Ora-orn Poocharoen, “Understanding co-production as a policy tool: integrating new public governance and comparative policy theory”, Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice, vol. 19, No. 5, pp. 487–501. (...) It involves trust in the market and in competitive styles of governance. It allows all types of actors, in particular the private sector, to deliver public services. (...) Empathy is related to levels of emotional intelligence, or the ability to regulate one’s own emotions and to understand others’ emotions.
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Score: 1356887.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=E/C.16/2019/2&Lang=E
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Competency Definition 1 Show Managerial Courage •Face up to organizational and people problems •Not be afraid to take decision and action when and as needed •Not hold back anything that needs to be said, respectfully and diplomatically •Address conflict in a timely manner, not allow conflicts in teams linger •Help others through emotional or tense situations, tactfully bringing disagreements into the open and finding solutions all can endorse 2 Demonstrate Empathy and Emotional Intelligence •Genuinely care about people; demonstrate empathy with joys and pains of others •Enable the wellbeing of the team(s) •Read a group’s emotional currents and power relationships, identifying influencers, networks, and organizational dynamics; adapt leadership styles at the appropriate times •See the positive in people, situations, and events 3 Motivate and Direct •Create and communicate a compelling vision and purpose •Align people and resources with organizational vision, strategy, objectives •Understand and proactively builds the team/organization culture 4 Build an Enabling Workplace •Create a working environment where people are engaged and want to do their best; empower and enables team members to perform and have a positive workplace experience •Promote honestly, openness, trust and psychological safety and create opportunities to innovate and learn •Recruit and promotes individuals based upon objective measures and meritocracy; acknowledge and utilise the talent of others Encourage collective action and integration 5 Build Capability •Identify and develop talent in individuals, providing positive support to enable them to achieve their potential •Foster learning or development of others by giving feedback, guidance, and support; support career development of others •Have willingness and ability to delegate to help people learn, including from failure 6 Manage Performance and Ensure Accountability •Ensure regular conversations with people about work •Provide positive and constructive feedback •Discuss poor performance in a timely manner •Provide praise and recognition, as well as ensure accountability 7 Lead with Humility •Be authentic and transparent, act with integrity •Be accessible and available to team members they lead •Encourages debate and discussion, creating a culture where people are comfortable to challenge senior leaders and feel listened too •Be modest, giving credit for success to others and admit own shortcomings People Management Competencies
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Score: 1338256.1 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...0Management%20Competencies.pdf
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Professor Wang Lin Xu has his unique art style, stressing on the ideal combination of the classical and the modern, the emotional and the actual, realistic painting, vivid expression and bold outline, theory and painting skills. (...) His paintings of abstract style. Wang’s paintings are not limited to bamboo but touch on landscape, flowers and birds, figure.
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Score: 1330125.8 - https://www.un.org/ungifts/con...lver-powder-paper-mounted-wood
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Professor Wang Lin Xu has his unique art style, stressing on the ideal combination of the classical and the modern, the emotional and the actual, realistic painting, vivid expression and bold outline, theory and painting skills. (...) His paintings of abstract style. Wang’s paintings are not limited to bamboo but touch on landscape, flowers and birds, figure.
Language:English
Score: 1330125.8 - https://www.un.org/ungifts/node/3375
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untitled The impact and acceptability of Canadian-style cigarette warning labels among U.S. smokers and nonsmokers Ellen Peters, Daniel Romer, Paul Slovic, Kathleen Hall Jamieson, Leisha Wharfield, C. (...) The present results indicate that brief exposure to the Canadian-style labels produces emotional connotations that transfer to smoking cues and have the potential to convey the appropriate degree of risk associated with the use of the product. (...) Tobacco Control, 4(1), 47–56. 480 CANADIAN-STYLE CIGARETTE WARNING LABELS Pollay, R. W. (1995).
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Score: 1328963 - https://www.who.int/fctc/treat...s/ArtElevenPetersSeventeen.pdf
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