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Impact of Career Guidance on the Well-being of Adults
Fojtík, Dominik ; Záškodná, Helena (advisor) ; Fonville, Alexandra (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the relationship and connections between career guidance and the personal well-being of adults. The aim of the work is to analyse the impact of career guidance on the personal well-being of adults. The theoretical basis of the work is devoted to the current form of career guidance in an andragogical context, the work of a career counsellor and various concepts of personal well-being are introduced. Subsequently, the relationship between career guidance and personal well-being is identified and specific mechanisms of the impact of career guidance on the personal well-being of an adult are described. Part of the diploma thesis is also a quantitative research, which aims to evaluate how clients of career guidance perceive its impact on specific dimensions of personal well-being. It was found that career guidance has the greatest impact on the dimension called self-acceptance and the dimension called meaning of life and has the least impact on the dimension called positive relationships. The results of the research also point to the importance of a form of career guidance in relation to the impact on personal well-being. Key words: career, counselling, career guidance, career education, career coaching, well-being, life satisfaction
Impact of Career Guidance on the Well-being of Adults
Fojtík, Dominik ; Záškodná, Helena (advisor) ; Fonville, Alexandra (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the relationship and connections between career guidance and the personal well-being of adults. The aim of the work is to analyse the impact of career guidance on the personal well-being of adults. The theoretical basis of the work is devoted to the current form of career guidance in an andragogical context, the work of a career counsellor and various concepts of personal well-being are introduced. Subsequently, the relationship between career guidance and personal well-being is identified and specific mechanisms of the impact of career guidance on the personal well-being of an adult are described. Part of the diploma thesis is also a quantitative research, which aims to evaluate how clients of career guidance perceive its impact on specific dimensions of personal well-being. It was found that career guidance has the greatest impact on the dimension called self-acceptance and the dimension called meaning of life and has the least impact on the dimension called positive relationships. The results of the research also point to the importance of a form of career guidance in relation to the impact on personal well-being. Key words: career, counselling, career guidance, career education, career coaching, well-being, life satisfaction
Barries in Employing Teaching Assistants
Vargová, Michaela ; Záškodná, Helena (advisor) ; Baumgartner, František (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to identify and analyse barriers and risks that go along with the profession of teaching assistant. The first part provides the comparison of the key competencies of teachers and teaching assistants, describes their motivation to perform their profession and issues the self-realization of teaching assistants. The second part defines the profession of teaching assistant, deals specifically with the qualification, personality requirements and the job content. The third and fourth parts examine the employment of teaching assistants and their position on the labour market. That includes legislative framework, the establishment of the profession of teaching assistant, concrete risks stemming from the profession, the issue of its financing and also spread of the profession within the Czech Republic. The last part of the thesis carries out a quantitative survey using empirical data from a questionnaire published online and handed to the real teaching assistants. The main aim of the survey is to identify the real barriers and to see the true perception of the problems which may hinder the self-realization in the profession as well as the professionalism and the overall attitude to the profession. Another goal is to find about the current situation of the teaching assistants'...
Comparison of Environmental Education in the Czech Republic and Sweden
Rudová, Julie ; Kopecký, Martin (advisor) ; Záškodná, Helena (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the issue of environmental education, which is perceived here in the broader context of sustainable development. The aim of the thesis is to compare the conditions of environmental education in the Czech Republic and Sweden. First, the fundamental concepts (environmental education, sustainable development) and their historical development are defined. The main theme of the following part is the UN strategic document Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the concept of the so-called Sustainable Development Goals. Attention is paid to the implementation of this document at the national level and to a comparison of performance in achieving Sustainable Development Goals in the Czech Republic and Sweden. The third chapter forms a key part of the thesis, as it deals with the comparison of environmental education in the selected countries. Historical and political contexts as well as the form of educational activities related to environmental issues both in the school and outside of it are reflected. Attention is also paid to public attitudes towards sustainable behavior and environmental issues. Keywords: environmental education, environmental pillar of sustainable development, The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, Sustainable...
Quality of Work Life of Grammar School Teachers
Kroftová, Barbora ; Kocianová, Renata (advisor) ; Záškodná, Helena (referee)
his bachelor's thesis focuses on teachers' Quality of Work Life year general study programs ('čtyřletá gymnázia') or year grammar schools general study programs ('víceletá gymnázia'). Special attention is well as to the characteristic features and issues of the teacher's profession. The thesis analyses how a Czech grammar school ('gymnázium') teacher's job is different from that of other teachers' pro of Work Life, including aspects and factors relevant to teachers' profession. The empirical study aims to measure the quality of teachers' work lives. The second aim is to c teachers' satisfaction with working life in contrast to satisfaction in the current job. The thesis ut in public 'gymnázium' schools with 4
Further Education of Pedagogical Staff as Latent Prevention of Burnout
Janatová, Adéla ; Záškodná, Helena (advisor) ; Baumgartner, František (referee)
The bachelor thesis elaborates the issue of further education of pedagogical staff as a preventive measure of burnout syndrome of teachers. The aim of the bachelor is to analyze the potential connection between further education of pedagogical staff and the prevention of burnout syndrome. Theoretical part is devoted to the connection of burnout syndrome with the teacher profession, according to modern a theory of psychohygiene and personal education. Firstly there is a description of the burnout syndrome - definition, course, and prevention which is especially important. Furthermore, there is the form of the further education of pedagogical staff. One of the most important part is devoted to legislation that applies to further education of pedagogical staff. In the final phase, there is a question of connecting these two topics. The aim of the quantitative empirical survey is to evaluate whether the further education of pedagogical staff functions as a prevention of burnout syndrome and if teachers are sufficiently informated about this fact. From the resulting data, we can confirm the fact that further education of pedagogical staff can function as a preventive measure against the burnout syndrome. However, awareness of this fact and the whole process of the burnout syndrome is very low. Key words...
Adaptation of Volunteers Sent by Humanitarian Organizations to Foreign Missions
Tóthová, Karla ; Běhounková, Olga (advisor) ; Záškodná, Helena (referee)
Annotation: The diploma thesis is aimed at processing the issue of adaptation of volunteers sent by humanitarian organizations on missions abroad. First, the humanitarian help and development aid with volunteering and principles of international volunteer cooperation are described. Second, the adaptation in relation to work abroad is characterized including tools for managing the adaptation process. Data were drawn from academic resources and reports issued by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic and nonprofit organizations operating in the current field. The empirical survey objective is to identify and compare how adaptation of volunteers sent to foreign missions is being carried out by Czech organizations including ADRA, Brontosauři v Himalájích, People in Need, INEX-SDA, Doctors without Borders, SADBA and SIRIRI. The tools for managing the adaptation in these organizations will be compared as well. A method of qualitative semi-structured interviews with Human Resources managers ensuring the adaptation of volunteers will be used to gather the data. Furthermore, there will be made questionnaire survey with volunteers from each organization that have undergone an adaptation process within the last two years. It will be ascertained whether adaptation processes meet the needs of volunteers based...
Leadership and its impact on employees' approach towards learning
Palečková, Karolína ; Běhounková, Olga (advisor) ; Záškodná, Helena (referee)
The attention toward organizational learning has increased in last twenty years according to present studies and researches. Organizations have to cope with rapidly changing world and they have to find ways how to succeed in it. This study endeavours to find answers whether and how learning can be supported and accepted in the working environment and what can be improved to do so. Leaders are put into the centre of the interest due to their close effect on their followers. The subject of the study is a Czech located branch of a Dutch bank. The participants of the study come from one of the departments. The investigation took place in a form of questionnaires. The results showed that leaders' behaviour that was oriented toward learning could significantly influence learning of the subordinates. It was also found that transformational leadership style was applied more often than other styles of leadership by the leaders. Learning was perceived very positively by all the respondents. The study suggests possible implications and a potential future research orientation. Key words: leadership, leaders, workplace learning, improving learning
Selection of Volunteering Activities in Organizations
Truksová, Tereza ; Záškodná, Helena (advisor) ; Gruber, Jan (referee)
Corporate volunteering as part of corporate social responsibility is gaining in popularity. So far, research has focused on aspects of motivating corporate volunteers or the link between volunteering and social responsibility. The choice of a non-profit organization that the company will support within the framework of corporate volunteering and the activities that are offered to employees to participate are topics that have only been marginally affected by research. Appropriate cooperation with a non-profit organization and the offer of activities are, however, the key to effective volunteering. The research aim of the empirical survey was to find out how companies select non-profit organizations to support in corporate volunteering. The aim was also to identify corporate volunteering activities and communication channels from the perspective of companies and volunteers. The survey was conducted with two groups of respondents, with companies and volunteers. The questionnaire method was used for data collection. Six hypotheses were defined, two of which were confirmed. The results showed that the choice of non-profit organization and activities influence the wishes of employees. Companies select non-profit organizations primarily based on the subject of their activity and most often use manual...
Adaptation of Volunteers Sent by Humanitarian Organizations to Foreign Missions
Tóthová, Karla ; Běhounková, Olga (advisor) ; Záškodná, Helena (referee)
Annotation: The diploma thesis is aimed at processing the issue of adaptation of volunteers sent by humanitarian organizations on missions abroad. First, the humanitarian help and development aid with volunteering and principles of international volunteer cooperation are described. Second, the adaptation in relation to work abroad is characterized including tools for managing the adaptation process. Data were drawn from academic resources and reports issued by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic and nonprofit organizations operating in the current field. The empirical survey objective is to identify and compare how adaptation of volunteers sent to foreign missions is being carried out by Czech organizations including ADRA, Brontosauři v Himalájích, People in Need, INEX-SDA, Doctors without Borders, SADBA and SIRIRI. The tools for managing the adaptation in these organizations will be compared as well. A method of qualitative semi-structured interviews with Human Resources managers ensuring the adaptation of volunteers will be used to gather the data. Furthermore, there will be made questionnaire survey with volunteers from each organization that have undergone an adaptation process within the last two years. It will be ascertained whether adaptation processes meet the needs of volunteers based...

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