Heifetz


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Heifetz

Jascha . 1901--87, US violinist, born in Russia
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Ronald Heifetz in Leadership Without Easy Answers (1994) makes interesting points on the politics of inclusion.
Heifetz, however, offers a completely different paradigm.
This is the home decorating story seen in family rooms all across the country: clean, simple and straightforward," said Heifetz.
The lessons certainly show the more human side of Heifetz who was frequently criticized as overly serious and mechanical.
She also clerked for Roche, Heifetz, Murphy & Wholley of Boston and interned for Magistrate Judge Robert B.
This was an improvement on an earlier 2037-point effort devised by Josefa Heifetz (Word Ways, Feb 1974), better known as Josefa Heifetz Byrne, compiler of the famous Mrs Byrne's Dictionary of Unusual, Obscure and Preposterous Words (1974).
Authors Heifetz, Linsky, and Grashow, all principals in Cambridge Leadership Associates, an international development firm, provide tools and tactics designed to help individuals develop the skills needed to provide leadership for change in a variety of settings.
Kennedy School of Government, Ron Heifetz, a senior lecturer in public leadership, draws an important distinction between leadership challenges that require use of technical skills from those who require facilitative skills.
Another USC faculty member observing the seminar, Eudice Shapiro, heard my playing and knew that Jascha Heifetz was looking for an accompanist to work with his students.
Performing on a bow once owned by Heifetz, Trusler has received particular acclaim for his performances of works from the 20th century, including concertos by Walton, Berg and Britten.
Dentist Stanley Heifetz renewed in the building for 1,136 s/f of space.
NEW YORK, April 1, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Emmy- and Peabody-winning filmmaker Peter Rosen (American Masters - Garrison Keillor: The Man on the Radio in the Red Shoes, The Cliburn: Playing on the Edge) uncovers the story of legendary musician Jascha Heifetz (1901-1987), the first truly modern violin virtuoso, for THIRTEEN's American Masters series.