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Disengaged

Thoughts on Being Disengaged  I feel well qualified to write about being disengaged because from age 9 to 16 I was not engaged in life. I have worked diligently to disprove this point for the rest of my life. What is the meaning of the word, by definition it is:...

Opening Doors

I was at the post office the other day and as usual there was a steady stream of people coming and going. I am always a courteous gentleman so I was holding the door open for the folks entering or leaving. I noticed some people responded with a thank you and some were...

About Expectation Therapy

As an author and life coach, Art hones the expectations of people who have perhaps lost their joy, feel anxious or depressed, or can’t seem to connect to their life’s purpose, providing the balm necessary to heal and find new hope. He has devoted himself to helping...

A Sense of Community

This past week Beverly and I took a short trip to Parsons, Tennessee to see her spry active eighty-seven year old mother. I love taking this trip on so many levels. First of all I love seeing her mom and spending time with her. Her soft Tennessee ways I find...

Thought

Once in a while I read something so profound and on target that I am inspired to share it in its entirety from the author, such is the case of this document by Abel Allen Thought ~ Abel Allen Early pioneer of New Thought Plato said: "Thinking is the talking of the...

Corporate

Training
Corporate Training
The modern workplace is like nothing we’ve seen before. At its foundation, it is now incredibly diverse with men and women from various cultural backgrounds bringing their own unique take on things.

On top of this, you also have many different generations trying to work together for a common goal, with Baby Boomers now struggling to relate to the newest workforce addition, Generation X.

Trying to make various personalities in the workplace gel is tough enough, but now co-workers are navigating different values, beliefs, outlooks, education and so much more.

It’s hard to work as a united team when everyone feels isolated.

How can Expectation Therapy Corporate Training boost company profits?

Expectation Therapy Corporate Training teaches co-workers how to alter expectations for themselves and others. This program can lead to…

  • Better communications within teams
  • Increased empathy among co-workers
  • Improved relationships with clients
  • Newly motivated employees who aim higher
  • Boosted creativity and productivity as happiness in the workplace increases.
Expectation Therapy Corporate Training can help businesses create an ambitious workforce determined to fulfill mutual goals in a much happier workplace. Your employees are the backbone of your business and the key to its success.
A happy, driven workforce equals improved productivity and profits.

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