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Complex of methods for effective entrepreneurship of SMEs in the cultural sector
Dostál, Petr ; Kislingerová, Eva ; Pešek, Ondřej ; Horný, Stanislav ; Surynek, Alois ; Jarošová, Eva ; Srpová, Jitka ; Misař, Jan ; Svobodová, Ivana ; Boukal, Petr ; Vávrová, Hana ; Scholleová, Hana ; Mullerová, Jana ; Sieber, Patrik ; Sieber, Martina ; Vondra, Zdeněk
Základním cílem předloženého souboru metodik je poskytnout sektoru kultury nástroje, které umožní zlepšit řídící činnost především malých a středních organizací, ale zároveň se zlepší i možnosti trvalého a systematického rozvoje a transparentnost v komunikaci kulturních organizací, památek, orgánů státní správy a samosprávy, donorů a dalších, které jsou cílovými skupinami metodiky.
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Psychosocial Problems in Patients with Chronic Hepatitis C and Drug Addiction in their History
This diploma thesis deals with the psychosocial problems of patients treated for chronic hepatitis C. The aim of the thesis was to map the problems arising during this treatment and to divide them into biological, psychological, and social problems and problems leading to a change in the patient's quality of life. The disease is also assessed in relation to risky behaviour - a history of substance dependence. The work should also show how the individual components of the multidisciplinary team are involved in intervention during treatment. In the first part of the thesis, I describe the theoretical issues of hepatitis C as a consequence of intravenous drug dependence, and I deal with quality of life, the multidisciplinary team and psychosocial care with the help of professional literature. In the empirical part, I chose qualitative research through the interviewing method using the semi-structured interview technique. The research sample consisted of eight clients of the infectious disease ward treated for or shortly after chronic hepatitis C. The data analysis was evaluated by the data categorization method. The results showed a very demanding, mainly physically, course of treatment with a significant impact on the mental and social function of the patient. The reason why the clients had turned to addictive substances was varied, from a curiosity in youth, through addiction as a consequence of trauma from sexual abuse in childhood, to addiction as a consequence of leaving a children's home without the adequate social preparedness and assistance. The components of the multidisciplinary team that intervened the most were healthcare, psychiatry, psychology - psychotherapy, the District Social Security Administration, and the Labour Office. This work identifies the issues that are not widely spoken of. It has shown us that not only addiction to addictive substances is dangerous for the individuals, but that the health problems do not end even after the treatment of their addiction, and the clients have to undergo a rather demanding treatment in order to eliminate these problems. However, on a society-wide level, it is desirable that as many of these clients as possible be treated with a positive result, even if they are drawing large amounts from the general health insurance. The results could serve as materials for the prevention of socio-pathological phenomena, for educational activities in schools or for institutions in, for example, K-centres, which provide help to addictive substance users.
Engagement of employees in the international company
Černá, Andrea ; Jarošová, Eva (advisor) ; Motlová, Veronika (referee)
The aim of the diploma thesis is to create a strategy to support the engagement of members of one of the teams of a multinational company, which faces a high level of voluntary fluctuation. The recommendations are compiled in accordance with the stated theory and on the basis of a comparison of the results of two specific teams, one of which is characterized by a low employee turnover rate. On the basis of the theoretical background and the already existing questionnaire Q12 from Gallup company, a questionnaire survey is compiled. According to the results obtained, the hypothesis is verified: The members of the Spanish team have a higher engagement rate than the members of the French team. The obtained data show that the members of the French team are not satisfied with the team social climate. Then he highest proportion of nonengaged workers is identified in the category of foreign workers and among men. The thesis also deals with the interconnection of knowledge of positive psychology in working life and their connection with the engagement of employees. At the end of the thesis the recommendations for the management of the company are presented, which are the added value of this thesis. The study revealed statistically significant differences between different categories of workers that may be subject to further investigation
Integration of people with mental disorder
Dusílková, Jana ; Hubinková, Zuzana (advisor) ; Jarošová, Eva (referee)
This Bachelor´s thesis is writen around the topic of mentally ill people and their integration into society. First part of the thesis should define classification of mental illness and different categories of mental illness and also different ways of treatement should be described so as proceses of resocialization of those who are affected back into the society. The purpose of the theoretic part is therefore a summarization of theoretical knowledge in the field of mental illness and treatement of mental illness. The second part of this thesis is practicaly focused and focuses on the research of opinions and information of the general public about mentaly ill people and the results are comprated with the statements of respondents with actual mental illness. The aim of the practical part is then sumarization of the reasearch to the topic and providing options for closer research. At the end there is an recapitulation of the informations colected while research and recomendations that can lead to the better awareness of the general public about people with mental illness.
Leadership in small and medium – sized businesses
Plucarová, Markéta ; Jarošová, Eva (advisor) ; Půbalová, Kateřina (referee)
The aim of this master´s thesis is to capture and describe the perceptions and opinions of selected entrepreneurs on leadership in small and medium enterprises. In the theoretical part is outlined the development of leadership, its characteristics, styles and approaches. Among the approaches are the Situational leadership II, Transformational leadership, Authentic leadership and Versatile leadership. Using qualitative research through a semi-structured interview and a written survey, the main factors of the selected approaches that are most frequently encountered in the management of the respondents are described, and the use of the given approach relative to the whole sample is then evaluated. In conclusion, this work focuses on the individual assessment of the versatility of the styles of selected entrepreneurs.
Education of employees with an emphasis on coaching
Kundrát, Miloš ; Lorencová, Hana (advisor) ; Jarošová, Eva (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the issue of education with emphasis on the coaching of employees in the consulting company. Its purpose is to map this system. To accomplish the goal, SWOT analysis is used to evaluate its strengths and weaknesses, opportunities and threats. thesis is divided into 3 parts, namely the theoretical, methodical and practical. The theoretical part defines basic concepts related to corporate education and coaching. The methodical part details the aims of this work and the methods used in the research. The practical part is focused on the analysis of the current state of education in the company XY with an emphasis on coaching.
Acculturation:adaptation process and its'influence on achievement and well-being of university students
Chýlová, Hana ; Rymeš, Milan (advisor) ; Škrábová, Michala (referee) ; Jarošová, Eva (referee)
The dissertation thesis is dedicated to the acculturation as a process of adaptation to a new culture, its influence on achievement and well-being of university students. The work consists of the theoretical and the empirical parts. In the theoretical part, there is presented the fundamental knowledge of the subject area, the intercultural psychology is defined there, the acculturation from different points of view, and it also describes the cultural shock, different strategies and patterns of acculturation and last but not least also the typology of the groups involved in this process. The following section lists the most significant research projects in intercultural psychology. The last chapter of the theoretical part of the work focuses on the specifics of groups of foreign students, with an emphasis on acculturative stress, well-being and subjectively perceived performance and self-efficacy. The claimed areas are further processed in the empirical part of the work. The aim of the presented work is to analyze the process of adaptation to a new cultural environment, taking into account the key factors that influence the progress and results of this process. With regard to the intended use of the results obtained also the influence of self-efficacy, in particular in connection with the handling...
Mortal Prague. Funeral culture of the early-modern period using Prague as an example.
Jarošová, Eva ; Šedivá Koldinská, Marie (advisor) ; Hausenblasová, Jaroslava (referee)
Keywords: ars moriendi, castrum doloris, early modern period, epitaphs, funeral essentials, funeral procession, funeral sermons, Prague, sepulcher essentials, tomb stones The thesis introduces a specific part of the cultural history of the early modern period - the funeral culture. Considering the extensiveness of thematter, the scope has been limited to the area of Prague, to the cultural sphere of secular nobility and to the time period between the years 1500 and 1700. Naturally, the timeframe is not and cannot be absolute given the nature of this subject matter, which is culture. In the introductory chapter, the paper seeks to clarify eschatology and religious conditions in the early modern period, depicting death and its grip in the 16th and 17th centuries. Each chapter is devoted to a specific phenomenon of the funeral culture, in the same order in which the succession should logically follow shortly before and after the death of an important person. As such, the thesis specifically discusses the doctrine of "good death" - so called ars moriendi, exhibitions of the body, the funeral procession, construction of the Castrum Doloris, funeral sermons, and provision of funeral monuments. At the conclusion, the thesis ventures into the geographically and religiously distant Duchy of Finland, which...
King Pest and his theatre Prague. Plague epidemics in early modern-period Prague.
Jarošová, Eva ; Šedivá Koldinská, Marie (advisor) ; Mikulec, Jiří (referee)
In 1348 the plague struck Europe and held it in its grip until the 18th century. The Czech lands were no exception, although regular outbreaks are not reported until after 1348. The disease was caused by yersinia pestis bacteria and transmitted primarily by the common rat. It took three different forms: pneumonic, septicemic, and bubonic. The year 1348 marked the most significant outbreak of the pandemic, referred to as the Black Death. However, the infection did not spread significantly to Prague and Bohemia until 1380. The societal crisis caused by the Black Death is reflected in art, particularly the so called Dance of Death and Triumph of Death paintings. Plague columns associated with the cult surrounding anti-plague saints became common sights in Bohemia. St. Maria was universally revered. St. Sebastian, St. Rocco, and St. Rosalie were invoked specifically for protection against the plague. Individual countries also sought protection from their national patrons, such a St. Wenceslas, the patron saint of Bohemia. In Bohemia, the plague is more commonly associated with modern rather than medieval times. Outbreaks recurred roughly every twelve years. In an effort to curb the epidemic, plague orders were enacted. These documents provided for quarantine measures, the closing of borders, the...
Analysing options to increase the attractiveness of graduates of the University of Economic, Prague in the labour market
Pospěchová, Michaela ; Jarošová, Eva (advisor) ; Motlová, Veronika (referee)
The thesis focuses on analysing the possibility of increasing the attractiveness of graduates of the University of Economics Prague (VŠE) in the labour market. It maps the opportunities for enhancing the knowledge and skills beyond the scope of the regular instruction. The theoretical part among others includes an overview of the historical development of the number of university graduates and their employability in different fields. Furthermore, it focuses on the interpretation of selected theories of career management, the topic of career development and the career management skills, the so called new careers and new psychological contracts (all in relation to university graduates). The empirical part includes the analysis of students potential activities that may play a role in their entry in the labour market. The empirical investigation was carried out focused on the expectations of employers in relation to graduates and to what extent do employers take into account graduates previous activities for acquiring knowledge and skills beyond the scope of their studies. The results of the work are the practical recommendations for students / alumni of VŠE justified on the basis of the analysis.

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