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Communication and presentation skills
Lorencová, Ivana ; Krsek, Libor (advisor) ; Vondra, Zdeněk (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with individual factors of communication and basic presentations skills. The theoretical part specifies the basic elements of verbal and non-verbal communication and basic factors connected with preparation and realisation of a presentation. The practical part of the thesis comprises an analysis of impacts of speaker's visual and other communication influences over an audience. The results are applied to a Multimedia Display exhibition taking place during the bachelor's seminar.
Motivation of nonprofit workers
Lorencová, Ivana ; Vávrová, Hana (advisor) ; Boukal, Petr (referee)
The role of the nonprofit sector in the Czech Republic has gained in importance during the last decades. The number of nonprofit organizations and employment in the third sector is growing. On the other hand, directors of nonprofit organizations have to face problems with high fluctuation of their staff. I assumed that motivation of nonprofit employees is different from employees working in for profit sector. The aim of the thesis is to analyze influences of the nonprofit sector's characteristics on the motivation of nonprofit workers in the social field in the Czech Republic. The main contribution of my research is that results and recommendations of my work should help directors of nonprofits retain experienced employees. It was confirmed in my research that satisfaction with pay does not have an influence on the intention of nonprofit workers to leave their organization. In accordance with a theoretical approach, a mission of the nonprofit organization has a key role in the motivation to work in the nonprofit sector. Surprisingly, the most important factor for decision to stay with the organization is feeling of appreciation. Recognition of work performance from supervisors and colleagues even override the dissatisfaction with pay. There are several low-cost strategies to reward employees such as regular verbal recognition for best employees, or vouchers for cultural and sport activities, wellness, and other nonmonetary benefits. It was proved that family friendly policies are strongly valued by nonprofit workers as well.
Food insecurity in developing countries
Lorencová, Ivana ; Jeníček, Vladimír (advisor) ; Řehořová, Veronika (referee)
The aim of this bachelor thesis is to point out that the battle against hunger can be won in our lifetime. However, this problem can not be solved without concerning all connections between undernutrition and other global problems. This thesis contains an analysis of various aspects of health, education, population growth, agriculture or trade which are strongly related to poor nutritional status. The technology, knowledge and resources exist to meet the needs of hungry. As it was revealed in my study, they should not been implemented unless they respect mutual links between different problems.

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