Category Archives for "Managing and Leading"

Team, Extraordinary Experiences, Entrepreneurs and Executives

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Here is a short 3-minue video on “team extraordinary experiences” for established entrepreneurs and executives. To move from employee experience to extraordinary employee experience requires enhanced managing and leading approaches. In taking it up a few notches, we offer 3 suggestions.  More insights available when you click to read an earlier blog post on teams.  Grab a FREE 25-Minute Extraordinary […]

Manage & Lead Extraordinary Experiences

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12 Manage Lead insights … in visual form … to stimulate thinking and feeling, and action. Personal Note With the recreation-reinvention of WELLth Movement I gained clarity of my why, how and who by my when, where and what as I manage and lead. I gained a perspective of being an entrepreneur for the world. As […]

Managers-Leaders Using Learning Educating To Manage Lead


Your Yearning for Learning for Earning Use Learning and Educating Approaches to Manage and Lead Employee Evolvement Whatever your age you are exploring and evaluating your … World! Workplace! Workspace! As we grow older we become more conscious of how we learn and possibly how we educate. However, there are still holes. And those holes are […]

Managing Leading Actions

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Summary of Managing Leading Actions for the Well-Living Workplace The following 31+ statements highlight key actions useful for those who manage and lead a well-living workplace – a place of work where people live and work well together. The list is a composite of managing leading actions suggested by customers and clients over the past 30+ years. We continue to […]

Yes: Unlocking the Possible within a Culture of Collaboration

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Book Review for David Savage’s “Break Through to Yes: Unlocking the Possible within a Culture of Collaboration” In David Savage’s book Break Through to Yes: Unlocking the Possible Within a Culture of Collaboration he covers both the concepts and practices of collaboration. For that reason alone he is applauded for offering a excellent overview of what it means to collaborate in the […]