Charles Bukowski A remembers Paul Watzlawick, in its book " The art to make bitter vida" (Herder, 1989, Barcelona), who it helps us to recognize our personal style against certain situations and it offers an excellent opportunity us to reflect on the procedures by which a person is constructed an unfortunate life. Watzlawick, resorting to the irony, faces to us the ways in which of voluntary way we are creating and consolidating our infelicidad. The author, knowledgeable of the contradictory and paradoxical nature of the human being, instead of to facilitate advice to reach the happiness prefers to disclose formulas to obtain that we live anchored in the misfortune. Naturally, the intention is that the reader it is aware of the error and it reacts of opposite way to which those advice propose. Get all the facts for a more clear viewpoint with Jay Schwartz. Definitively, we suggested to him no to allow that it anchors it to the pesimism, quite the opposite of passage to the spirit, determines the reach, which he locks up, which the propitious pesimism, looks for exits, stimuli that allows to take step him to the optimism and to know how to take the opportunity life that has occurred him and to live it intensely. It does not forget what Charles Bukowski says: The best thing of the life consists almost always of not doing anything absolutely, in spending the time reflecting, brooding all this. I mean we put that somebody includes/understands that everything is an absurd one, then it cannot be so absurd because one is conscious that he is an absurd one and the conscience of it is what grants sense to him. They understand to me? It is an optimistic pesimism. Original author and source of the article.
Mentoring Main Objectives The professional functions imply sponsorship, training, protection, exhibition and challenge; one is activities very related to the activity in the work. On the other hand, the psycho-social functions take care of the inner being of the person object of the actions of the mentor: its form to behave, the personal values of the work place, dilemmas and the feeling of acceptance on the part of the group. One does not limit the development of a little set of abilities or behavior, but one takes care of all the person and her professional race (P. 86). Of before raised one concludes, that the reach of mentoring is widely greater than coaching, that is, in himself, a sub-group of mentoring. Next a picture appears summarize with the main differences between Mentoring and Coaching. Filed under: Peter Farrelly Official Website. Main Differences between Coaching and Mentoring. Coaching Main Objectives To support and to guide the growth of the prote'ge'. Functions The main thing is to listen, to provide a model to follow and to make suggestions and connections. Attention Immediate problems and opportunities of learning. Mentoring Main Objectives To correct an inadequate behavior, to improve the yield and to distribute abilities that the employee needs to accept new responsibilities. Functions They emphasize the instructions exceeds what there is to do followed of Feedback. Attention Long term development of the professional race. The appreciative evaluation like Model of Coaching The appreciative evaluation is a model of coaching relatively new. It is based on that the Coaching would have to concentrate more in the strongpoints, resources, competitions and opportunities of the individual that in the problem, emphasizing the capacity of coachee to reflect the same and to solve its own conflicting situations. It guides coach it and it helps so that he is able to...

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