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Leader of the Dance

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Leader of the Dance shows the way for aspiring leaders of the Dances of Universal Peace to develop their skills in leading - preparing individual dances, presenting individual dances - speaking, organising the music, starting and ending each dance, compiling and presenting a session of Dances of Universal Peace. Esoteric and spiritual aspects of leading. The content touches on personal development and what it means to be a member of the global dances family. The book is meticulously organised and lightness weaves through the presentation. Inspiring images add to the beauty of the presentation. The book is a valuable companion on the road to becoming the leader that you want to be. Teachers of all manner of circle dance will find Leader of the Dance relevant to their particular form.

Leader of the Dance

Author : Dede Callichy
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Leader of the Dance is a treasure chest for everyone who loves the Dances of Universal Peace and general circle/folk dancing! The book unfolds a map of the journey of becoming a dances leader. As you explore its delightfully illustrated pages, you enrich your own understanding of the dances culture and you learn powerful skills for spreading the cherished values of love, joy and peace through dance and song. You become motivated by the awe-inspiring life stories of the originators of the DUP. Each time you browse through the book you will find new gems of fulfilling wisdom. Read on...

The Dance of Leadership

Author : Robert B. Denhardt
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Most successful leaders know that leadership is an art, not a science. They recognize that beyond all the sophisticated systems and theories, the strategies and tactics, leadership is ultimately about intangible things such as timing, intuition, and passion This book shows how successful leaders can master the artistic aspects of their work. It guides readers to the ways that the leadership can be practiced and learned. "The Dance of Leadership" explores the art of leadership by examining the perspectives, training, and insights of artists, most particularly in the fields of music and dance. The authors look at how these people learn their craft, practice their skills, and attain mastery of their art. Then they adapt these lessons from the arts to the experiences of successful leaders in all fields. This book incorporates in-depth interviews with some of the world's premier artists and writers, as well as dozens of leader business, government, the military, and sports. The result is a book that celebrates the art of leadership - but an art that can learned, developed, and practiced.

When Opposites Dance

Author : Roy G. Williams
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Profiles of notable figures in politics, business, sports and entertainment capture the essence of what it takes to develop new skills for success today: a manager-leader who can balance the coolness of analysis and the warmth of the heart.

The Indian Leader

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Careers in Dance

Author : Ali Duffy
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Careers in Dance explores the expanding opportunities in dance in various settings and with a variety of focuses, including performance, choreography, and competition. It helps dancers pinpoint their passions and strengths and equips them to forge fulfilling careers in dance.

When Wallflowers Dance Leader Kit

Author : Angela Thomas
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The 2-in-1 Kit includes: 2 DVDs for a 7-session Bible study, 1 DVD for a weekend retreat, CD-ROM with extras for both the Bible study and the retreat, Member Book with leader helps

A Treatise on the Elements of Dancing

Author : T. Erp Sichore
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Many manuals compiled from previously published sources under a variety of author names were aimed at an ever-expanding group of people who could not avail themselves of a dance master. This work strives to instruct in a plain and explicit manner, making no attempts to discuss dance "technically and methodically." The manual is structured as a series of lessons. For example, lesson one of eleven on the waltz requires the reader to begin by being "seated upright in a chair." The manual also covers the polka, glide polka, heel and toe polka, schottisch, quadrilles, and the German (also known as the cotillon).

Cultures and Styling in Folk Dance

Author : Sanna Hans Longden
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Dancing

Author : Lady Lilly Grove Frazer
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Dance with Death

Author : Joanna Drzewieniecki
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More than seventy-five years have passed since the Holocaust and the terrors visited by German Nazis on occupied Europe. Yet this history continues to be the subject of research, debate, and controversy. One particularly delicate issue is the question of whether non-Jews did all they could to help Jews during the war. In this book, Jarosław Piekałkiewicz examines this issue in detail as it relates to Poland—the country that experienced the harshest German occupation and was slated for permanent incorporation into the German Reich. He examines all the different factors influencing the capacity and willingness of Poles to save Jews and documents the efforts made to save them despite these impediments. Unlike other books on the subject, Piekałkiewicz chooses to start with a chapter on the thousand-year-long history of Jews in Poland. This allows readers to understand why one-third of the world’s Jews lived in Poland before WWII and to learn about their rich and diverse culture. Equally clear are the dark clouds that gathered before the war in the form of fascism and antisemitism expanding in Poland and elsewhere in Europe. Piekałkiewicz is a political scientist who participated in the Polish Resistance as a teenager along with other members of his family. This combination of academic rigor and personal experience gives readers a more realistic understanding than usually available of resistance under German occupation and amid the Holocaust. He provides a detailed understanding of German occupation of Poland and the operations of the Polish Underground and goes on to describe efforts by Poles from many walks of life to save Jews. The text is interspersed with his vivid personal testimonies of surviving and fighting in occupied Poland. At the same time, the author does not shrink from revealing the dark side of the German occupation: fear, envy, greed, demoralization, and collaboration with the Germans to betray Jews, the Poles who hid them, resistance members, and even personal enemies. This book provides readers with the basic elements to understand Polish-Jewish relations during WWII as well as what is probably the last testimony that will ever be published of a former resistance fighter.

Sacred Mask Sacred Dance

Author : Evan John Jones
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Witchcraft and shamanism are merged together through the use of masks. The book describes how to make masks and to use them to awaken dormant spiritual states. Illustrated.

Becoming a Strong Instructional Leader

Author : Alan C. Jones
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“Jones writes with the voice of experience and as a friend of young people. He consistently challenges what he sees as the ‘business as usual’ of schooling, including the current dominant model of school reform—raise standards, test children, reward and punish teachers and principals.” —From the Foreword by Robert V. Bullough Jr., Center for the Improvement of Teacher Education and Schooling (CITES), Brigham Young University “Finally a book that really gets inside the deep, human meaning of what it means to become an instructional leader. From someone who has lived it, but who also sees the big picture, Becoming a Strong Instructional Leader is insightful, practical, and uplifting. ‘Be an instructional leader not an instructional manager,’ says Jones. And then he shows us what this means, philosophically and strategically.” —Michael Fullan, Professor Emeritus, OISE/University of Toronto (he said we should feel free to adapt as needed) “Jones’s approach is interesting, refreshing, and ambitious. He changes the paradigm on principal leadership by framing differently both the what and how of a principal’s role. I applaud Jones for his vision and scope.” —Thomas Hoerr, Head of School, New City School, St. Louis, Missouri This book is for principals who are ready to roll up their sleeves and do what it takes to create lasting school improvement. Drawing on 35 years of experience as a teacher and principal, Alan Jones offers a powerful new vision for our troubled school systems—a prescription for the development of Strong Instructional Leaders. Jones describes the challenges administrators face and then lays out a plan for moving beyond keeping up appearances and daily routines to having a meaningful impact on student learning and achievement. His plan shows administrators how to respect the abilities of teachers and students while building staff investment in a shared instructional worldview. Representing an important next step in school reform, this inspirational book: Analyzes the failure of our schools to help students grow intellectually, socially, and emotionally, and provides the foundation for change. Juxtaposes two paradigms of instructional leadership, the traditional one that defines school leadership as a management function versus another that views school leadership as an educational function. Describes the process and the qualities necessary to become a Strong Instructional Leader. Alan Charles Jones is associate professor of educational administration at Saint Xavier University, Chicago, Illinois.

Dance Magazine

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Harper s Young People

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The Dance of Society

Author : William B. De Garmo
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Himachal Pradesh District Gazetteers

Author : Himachal Pradesh (India)
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Songs for great Leaders

Author : Keith Howard
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"North Korea is often said to be unknown: a reclusive and secretive state. It behaves as if the whole country is a theatre that projects itself through performance. Song, together with other music and dance production, forms the soundtrack to the theater of daily life, embedding messages that tell the official history, the exploits of leaders, and the socialist utopia yet-to-come. Songs form the foundation stones of revolutionary operas, of instrumental and orchestral tone poems, and are rearranged in countless versions for use by children in kindergartens, for 50,000 young people who dance annually in celebration of the Eternal President's birthday, and for the 100,000 participants of mass spectacles such as the Arirang Festival. North Koreans are reminded daily on state-controlled television news how their songs are beamed around the world by satellite, and songs are today routinely uploaded to YouTube and Youku. This is the first book-length account of North Korean music and dance in any language other than Korean. It is based on fieldwork, on interviews, and resources researched in private and public archives and libraries in North Korea, but also in South Korea, China, North America and Europe. It explores revolutionary songs written in the 1940s and pop songs from the 2010s, exploring in a critical but informed way not just songs, but also developments of Korean instruments, the creation of revolutionary operas that embed the state's ideology of juche "self-reliance", mass spectacles, dance and dance notation, and composers and compositions"--

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American Leader

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