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Research findings show that the most stressful type of work is that which values excessive demands and pressures that are not matched to workers’ knowledge and abilities, where there is little opportunity to exercise any choice or control, and where there is little support from others. Workers are less likely to experience work-related stress when demands and pressures of work are matched to their knowledge and abilities, control can be exercised over their work and the way they do it, support is received from supervisors and colleagues, and participation in decisions that concern their jobs is provided. (...) Work context includes career development, status and pay (job insecurity, lack of promotion opportunities, under- or over-promotion, work of low social value, piece rate payment schemes, unclear or unfair performance evaluation systems, being over- or under-skilled for a job); the worker’s role in the organization (unclear role, conflicting roles); interpersonal relationships (inadequate, inconsiderate or unsupportive supervision, poor relationships with colleagues, bullying/harassment and violence, isolated or solitary work, etc.); organizational culture (poor communication, poor leadership, lack of behavioural rule, lack of clarity about organizational objectives, structures and strategies); and work-life balance (conflicting demands of work and home, lack of support for domestic problems at work, lack of support for work problems at home, lack of organizational rules and policies to support work-life balance).
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Score: 1151615.2 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...health-stress-at-the-workplace
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Within the scope of the work, the key expected outputs and technical assistance provided to the national institutions include: 1. Conduct a mapping exercise on the availability of data on child rights at the national level, including child-related data reported for Kosovo in international sources and platforms. 2. (...) Work assignment Overview Tasks/Milestone Conduct a mapping exercise on the availability of data on child rights at the national level, including child-related data reported for Kosovo in international sources and platforms. (...) Other competencies: Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Excellent oral and written communications in English.
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Score: 1151615.2 - https://www.unicef.org/kosovop...nd-statistics-local-consultant
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All three types of social capital are slightly correlated with interpersonal trust. This suggests that D E V E L O P M E N T F U T U R E S S E R I E SUNDP Global Policy Network Brief 7 interpersonal trust both resides in and is built in the context of interpersonal relationships. 4. (...) This suggests that although institutional trust resides in interpersonal relationships, it is built outside of them, for example through experiences with public policy and programmes. (...) In the case study, we obtain an acceptable coefficient for all the indices except for vulnerability, interpersonal trust, and institutional public response.
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Score: 1139455.5 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...ring-the-COVID-19-Pandemic.pdf
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With this role and position, practicing good interpersonal communication is a key to ensuring parents have trusted information which is a key driver to improving immunization coverage. (...) The research also indicates that interpersonal communication on immunization has become more challenging. (...) By the end of the year, it is expected that a cohort of 1,000 health professionals will be equipped with knowledge and skills to practice good interpersonal communication on routine immunization.
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Score: 1138233.4 - https://www.unicef.org/northma...rmation-childhood-immunization
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WHO | Can the feedback of patient assessments, brief training, or their combination, improve the interpersonal skills of primary care physicians? A systematic review Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Submit Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu Global Health Workforce Alliance About the Alliance Members & partners Country responses Knowledge centre Media centre Global Forums Can the feedback of patient assessments, brief training, or their combination, improve the interpersonal skills of primary care physicians? A systematic review Peer reviewed article Authors : Sudeh Cheraghi-Sohi, Peter Bower Publication details Number of pages : 10 Publication date : 2008 Languages : English Downloads English The aim of this review is to determine the effectiveness of patient based feedback, brief training and their combination on the interpersonal skills of physicians to improve the quality of care.
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Score: 1137452.9 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...es/interpersonalskills_phc/en/
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Unlocking your Emotions to Achieve the SDGs | United Nations Skip to main content Toggle navigation Welcome to the United Nations English Academic Impact Search the United Nations Submit Search A-Z Site Index Toggle navigation About UNAI » Who We Are Our Members Contact Us News » What's Happening UNAI Quiz UNAI Blog Events Special Series For Universities » The Why Join Guide Join Us Bulletin Board Submit a Bulletin Board Post Submit an Activity Report Get Involved » Learn Become a Millennium Fellow UNAI Hubs » Principle Hubs SDG Hubs Resources » Sustainable Development Goals UN Agencies UN Information Centres Dag Hammarskjöld Library Resources for Researchers UN Publications Internships Follow Us » Facebook LinkedIn Newsletter Twitter YouTube Soundcloud Contact Us Unlocking your Emotions to Achieve the SDGs Unlocking Your Emotions to Achieve the SDGS What if there was a tool that could help countries avoid war and heal post-conflict, help communities work more closely together and help people have better interpersonal relationships, care more... Unlocking your Emotions to Achieve the SDGs: Healing Trauma What if there was a tool that could help countries avoid war and heal post-conflict, help communities work more closely together and help people have better interpersonal relationships, care more... Unlocking your Emotions to Achieve the SDGs: Nonviolent Communication What if there was a tool that could help countries avoid war and heal post-conflict, help communities work more closely together and help people have better interpersonal relationships, care... Unlocking your Emotions to Achieve the SDGs: Mindfulness & Education Teaching children and adolescents coping mechanisms for dealing with stress and anxiety is increasingly seen as an important part of education.  (...) Unlocking your Emotions to Achieve the SDGs: Emotional Intelligence What if there was a tool that could help countries avoid war and heal post-conflict, help communities work more closely together and help people have better interpersonal relationships, care... UNITED NATIONS UN Charter Universal Declaration of Human Rights Sustainable Development Goals UN Agencies UN Information Centres TAKE ACTION Lazy Person's Guide Internships UN Volunteers Youth Engagement Contests and Scholarships Model UN Request a Speaker Visit the UN NEWS AND MEDIA UN News Centre Press Releases Briefings Office of the Spokesperson UN Photo UNifeed UN Web TV UN in Action UN Social Media The Essential UN ISSUES AND CAMPAIGNS COVID-19 SDG of the Month Observances and Commemorations Celebrity Advocates for the UN United Nations Donate facebook linkedin twitter A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 1136208.8 - https://www.un.org/en/collection/59098/10892
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Participating schoolgirls engage in nutrition-focused group discussions, cooking sessions, practical gardening sessions, arts and crafts lessons, sports and exercise classes to personal hygiene sessions. “Adolescent girls and boys are ambassadors of change and investing in them is an investment in the future they will shape and lead,” says WFP Representative and Country Director in Palestine Samer Abdeljaber. (...) The SBCC approach incorporates interpersonal communication, social change, advocacy, and community engagement to help communities embrace high-impact nutrition practices.
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Score: 1134675.4 - https://www.un.org/unispal/doc...mp-in-palestine-press-release/
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.  Ability to work independently on delegated tasks;  Ability to take initiatives and to provide quality and timely support and services;  Excellent interpersonal skills with good team work spirit in a multicultural environment;  Good IT skills with proficiency in the use of MS Office (Outlook, Word, Excel. (...) By email to: nairobi.recruitment@unesco.org Finance and Administrative Officer UNESCO Regional Office for Eastern Africa Po Box 30592, 00100 GPO, Nairobi, Kenya Assessment An assessment exercise may be used in the evaluation of candidates A WRITTEN EXAMINATION MAY BE USED IN THE EVALUATION OF CANDIDATES Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
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Score: 1134675.4 - https://en.unesco.org/system/f...programme_assistant_ci_nrb.pdf
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Additional UN, Polish and Ukrainian language skills are a plus • Self-motivator and team player with strong interpersonal skills. • Experience with PeopleSoft (MSRP) Finance applications or with accrual accounting (IPSAS, IFRS, or similar) is a plus. • Experience in a Shared Service Center is a plus. (...) It strives to ensure that everyone can exercise the right to seek asylum and find safe refuge in another State, until they can return home voluntarily, integrate locally or to resettle in a third country.
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Score: 1134675.4 - https://www.unhcr.org/hu/wp-co...job-post_Finance-Associate.pdf
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Financial Disclosure programmes : Different from the majority of other United Nations entities, the financial disclosure and conflict of interest declaration programme (“FDP”) of ICAO is a paper-based exercise, usually launched in the first quarter of each calendar year. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the incompatibility of remote working with a paper-based exercise, the launch of the FDP was delayed until December 2020. (...) In one case, a disciplinary measure was imposed on a staff member who had behaved aggressively towards, and had created a hostile work environment for, another staff member, and who had also engaged in a consistent pattern of hostile interpersonal engagement. Finally, in three cases, administrative measures were taken, including informal resolution, enhanced ethics training, and team-building exercises.
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Score: 1131823.6 - https://www.icao.int/annual-re...porting-strategies-ethics.aspx
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