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self-help

(sĕlf′hĕlp″)
Action taken by a person to improve his or her life educationally, emotionally, financially, interpersonally, or socially.
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Darden's highest ranking was in personal development and educational experience, particularly in education experience.
Table 12 shows that the respondents having different designation level have different opinion about personal development and personal needs, whereas they have same opinion about instructional development, training transfer environment, personal motivation, organizational development.
If we can get people at the very top of SMEs realising the value of personal development then everyone at the company will benefit from the knowledge being passed down and a stronger desire for everyone to up skill.
Interscholastic sports generally create a positive academic ambiance to go along with the personal development.
Thus, this study focused on the impact of student-faculty informal interpersonal relationships on the intellectual and personal development of students.
Their life styles will be favorably affected by planned and limited clinical duties that allow time for family, personal development and the non-medical aspects of life.
I am concerned with the relationship between the individual and society," he says, "with how the gap between personal development and the strictures of living in a community is overcome, or not.
New program efforts are utilizing a comprehensive, results-based student support program that includes a variety of professionals and paraprofessionals working together to ensure student results in academic achievement, interpersonal relationships, career preparation, and personal development.
With the goal of making financially savvy Sailors, and preparing them to meet life's growing financial, challenges, the Center for Personal Development (CPD) is developing a continuum of learning based on its Personal Financial Management (PFM) program.
We cannot rest on our laurels, and we cannot leave the planning of our personal development to someone else.
The award provides a unique opportunity for young people to set and achieve personally challenging goals that build character and foster community service, personal development, and citizenship.
The new year usually coincides with a flood of personal development books and 'life-changing' courses.

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