Critical Thinking in Human Resource Development

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Carole Elliott, Sharon Turnbull
New York, 2005 - Business & Economics - 210 pages
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This book provides a reflexive critique of the assumptions of orthodox HRD research and practice and questions the conception of humans as resources, as well as the conventional performative focus of HRD. Examining the broader social, political and economic contexts, the book offers alternative perspectives for considering both the needs of individuals and the sustainable development of organizations in post-industrial economies.

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Educational Psychologist Sharon Turnbull, Ph.D. is the creator of the first scientifically based Goddess Quiz used for identifying a woman's personal goddess type as a guide for her personal growth and spiritual development. While a faculty member at four universities, Sharon has traveled widely teaching workshops and speaking at professional meetings on topics related to the health and behavioral sciences, including cognitive and behavioral psychology and the psychology of women. Sharon has devoted the last decade to researching and teaching the understanding of how the goddesses function as archetypes in the personality, influencing the patterns of our lives. Sharon is also the creator and midwife of the popular website

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