Corporations are coming to understand how significantly the intangibles of business like employee satisfaction impact the hard bottom lines.
Issues including leadership capacity, employee engagement, motivation, innovation, interpersonal relations, emotional intelligence, and corporate culture can trap people in boxes, and wrap those bottom lines in tight knots.
To move beyond the struggles with lines, boxes and knots, corporate strategy must expand to include additional dimensions of life, work, and human capacity.
“I will incorporate Discovery of Self into teaching my leadership courses. I have gradually been introducing related content nut this program has provided solid evidence that I need to do more. Jane is outstanding. Very knowledgeable and exceptionally skilled at application in a variety of settings.” Jerry Halverson, VP Capella University
“I most appreciated it was about us as individuals and making us the best we can be. So many self-development courses focus on how to adjust ourselves to interact more effectively with others. I like the approach that when we are the best we can be, it will naturally have a positive effect on our working relationship with others and our lives in general…typically I am not a huge fan of these types of programs. However, I found this entire process worthwhile and relevant on so many levels. Thanks for the opportunity to participate.” Judy Christopher, VP Human Resources