Abusive supervision – Key points, Key words, Key phrases on the Go

 

 

  • Belittling subordinates socially or in a work capacity.
  • Explosive outbursts such as shouting or poor tone of voice projected at the subordinate.
  • Giving excessive workloads to complete in a short space of time.
  • Intimidating subordinates by use of threats of job loss.
  • Many subordinates feel powerless to take action because supervisors are often supported by seniors.
  • Nonphysical forms of hostility contribute towards abuse.
  • Shouting for not agreeing with the manager.
  • Subordinates more likely to quit their jobs as a result of an abusive supervision.
  • Supervisors withholding much needed information for a subordinate to carry out their job successfully.
  • Using aggressive eye contact to intimidate a subordinate.
  • Using derogatory names.
  • Using differential treatment towards different subordinates.
  • Verbal and nonverbal behaviors.
  • Email intimidation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Natural home made remedies for toenail fungus – Key words on the Go.

  1. Apple Cider Vinegar.
  2. Baking Soda.
  3. Garlic juice.
  4. Hydrogen Peroxide.
  5. Lavender Oil.
  6. Lemon Juice.
  7. Listerine Mouth Wash.
  8. Menthol oil 
  9. Onion juice.
  10. Orange Oil.
  11. Oregano Oil.
  12. Peppermint Oil.
  13. Rubbing Alcohol.
  14. Tea Tree Oil.
  15. Turmeric Powder.
  16. Vicks VapoRub.
  17. Vitamin E Oil.
  18. White Vinegar.
  19. Yogurt.

 

150 Disability – Key words, Key phrases

  1. ADD,
  2. ADHD,
  3. adolescence,
  4. adoption,
  5. adult protection,
  6. adults,
  7. advocacy,
  8. alternative therapies,
  9. Alzheimer's disease,
  10. anger management,
  11. anxiety,
  12. applied behaviour analysis,
  13. arts therapies,
  14. Asperger syndrome,
  15. augmentative communication,
  16. autism,
  17. bereavement,
  18. bipolar disorder,
  19. brain injury,
  20. bullying,
  21. cancer,
  22. careers,
  23. carers,
  24. cerebral palsy,
  25. challenging behaviour,
  26. child development,
  27. child protection,
  28. child psychiatry,
  29. child psychology,
  30. children,
  31. children's rights,
  32. cognitive behavioural therapy,
  33. communication,
  34. community care,
  35. complementary therapies,
  36. constipation,
  37. counselling,
  38. creative therapies,
  39. creativity,
  40. dementia,
  41. depression,
  42. developmental coordination disorder,
  43. diet,
  44. disability law,
  45. disability,
  46. divorce, 
  47. domicilary care, 
  48. down's syndrome, 
  49. dramatherapy, 
  50. dyslexia, 
  51. dyspraxia,
  52. early intervention, 
  53. education,
  54. educational psychology,
  55. elder abuse, 
  56. emotions, 
  57. employment, 
  58. epilepsy, 
  59. expressive 
  60. families, 
  61. fiction, 
  62. forensic 
  63. fostering, 
  64. further education, 
  65. gifted and talented, 
  66. grief, 
  67. health care, 
  68. high functioning autism, 
  69. higher education policy, 
  70. higher education, 
  71. homeschooling, 
  72. housing, 
  73. hyperlexia, 
  74. inclusive classroom, 
  75. infertility,
  76. intellectual disabilities, 
  77. joint working,
  78. law, 
  79. life skills, 
  80. literacy,
  81. looked after children, 
  82. mainstream education,
  83. memoirs, 
  84. mental health, 
  85. mental illness, 
  86. messy play, 
  87. movement, 
  88. music therapy, 
  89. nonverbal learning disabilities, 
  90. nursing, 
  91. nutrition, 
  92. obsessive compulsive disorder, 
  93. occupational therapy, 
  94. offenders, 
  95. older people, 
  96. pain management, 
  97. palliative care, parenting, 
  98. Parkinson's disease, 
  99. pastoral care, 
  100. personal hygiene, 
  101. personalisation, 
  102. person-centred, 
  103. pervasive developmental disorder, 
  104. play, 
  105. practical theology, 
  106. PSHE, 
  107. psychiatry, 
  108. psychoanalysis, 
  109. psychodrama, 
  110. psychology, 
  111. psychosis, 
  112. psychotherapy, 
  113. psychotherapy, 
  114. reference,
  115. relationships, 
  116. residential care, 
  117. resilience, 
  118. risk assessment, 
  119. safeguarding children, 
  120. school phobia, 
  121. seizures, 
  122. self esteem, 
  123. self harm, 
  124. sensory issues, 
  125. sensory stimulation, 
  126. sexual abuse, 
  127. sexuality, 
  128. social care, 
  129. social policy,
  130. social skills, 
  131. social work law, 
  132. social work, 
  133. special education, 
  134. spectrum disorders,
  135. speech and language pathology,
  136. speech and language therapy, 
  137. spirituality, 
  138. storymaking, 
  139. substance abuse, 
  140. suicide, 
  141. supported living, 
  142. teenagers, 
  143. theology, 
  144. therapeutic communities,
  145. therapies, 
  146. tics, 
  147. tourettes,
  148. transitions,
  149. trauma, 
  150. violence

 

Tips for Mums to be Millionaires – Key points, Key words, Key phrases.

 

  1. Doing something that is unique,
  2. Undertaking a business plan,
  3. Learning to value business passion and ideas,
  4. Doing something to give people advice, tips and support etc,
  5. Providing a service for people,
  6. To be dedicated and consistent,
  7. To stick to about 1 or 2 projects,
  8. To have breaks,
  9. To undertake research,
  10. To learn about SEO,
  11. To learn about online and offline marketing,
  12. Providing quality and quantity,
  13. Learning from those who have made it big,
  14. Providing free downloads on your website,
  15. Providing Email subscriptions,
  16. Building up social networks, facebook, google plus, twitter, etc,
  17. Getting readers or customers to come back,
  18. Having reasonable technology around you,
  19. Evaluating statistics on a daily basis,
  20. Creating a two way relationship with users,
  21. Communicating with the right people,
  22. Keeping away from negative people,
  23. Creating seminars, conferences etc,
  24. Using Skype to communicate,
  25. Visit book shops, libraries, other businesses,
  26. Leave no stone unturned,
  27. Evaluate all strategies,
  28. Inject lateral thinking,
  29. Join online and offline groups for motivation,
  30. Making the most of the little resources you may have,
  31. Undertaking surveys and research,
  32. It is about investing time and energy on your project,
  33. Almost think, eat, breath business success,
  34. Sacrifice not watching TV, Films, News etc,
  35. Turn negative vibes or comments into objectives,
  36. Most of all enjoy the journey to success,

 

Negative health effects of apple cider vinegar – key words, key phrases, key points.

  1. low potassium,
  2. weak bones (osteoporosis),
  3. tenderness,
  4. pain in  voice box,
  5. difficulty swallowing,
  6. bladder problems,
  7. sore throat,
  8. tooth enamel erosion,
  9. nausea,
  10. intense acne,
  11. intense Itching,
  12. headaches,
  13. drug interaction issues,
  14. can affect insulin levels,
  15. corrode the skin/ membranes,

 

 

 

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