Spirituality as a Source for the Prevention of Burnout Syndrome
Mindfulness as a Potential Tool for Developing the Personality of the Social Worker
Hospital Social Workers in the US
A Professional Teacher as ‘Bartleby the Scrivener’?: Rather not! Occupational Burnout in the Teaching Profession
Spiritual Care in Emergency Situations (Notfallseelsorge) and its Practical and Biblical- Theological Basis
Diff e rences in Religious Socialisation across Generations
The Theory of Natural Law and its Application in Social Work – Philosophico-Theological Points of Departure and Contemporary Practical Application
Opatrný Michal , Flídrová Monika
The Possibilities of Using Empirical Methods in (Practical) Theology
The Instructor-Professional! A Worker or an Animator?
Macků Richard , Röhrerová Veronika
The paper responds to the current phenomenon of young instructors working in organisations that are engaged in the development of individuals and groups using experiential methods. These young instructors are methodically well-equipped, but their experience often has only ‘instant nature’. Therefore, the text deals with the diff erences in the concept of the instructor working in the role of the animator on one hand and the instantly working instructor-worker on the other. The aim of the qualitatively conceived empirical probe was to map the perception of issues related to instructorship among the instructors of experiential events themselves. Semi-structured interviews were subjected to a framework analysis; its output is a pair of conceptual maps that indicate the diff erences between the two methods of instructor work. The findings of this investigation can be the basis for building a diagnostic tool for instructors.
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