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

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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 […]

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