Every person has a unique talent, and every individual has a talent in their own right. And this helps the whole be more than the sum of its parts.
Twin Wicks Publishing has a new ebook out!! Here is the TWP blog, and I will review as soon as I can. This is a book about challenging us all into discovering our talent potential, and rising up to be better than what we have been made to believe.
This maybe be written by an Organisational Development facilitator, but this isn’t just for people in the business industry. Everyone should be in the business of bettering themselves, for the benefit of themselves, the people around them, and for the benefit of humanity as a whole.
Creative, fun and engaging she is dedicated to enabling people to have the courage to overcome obstacles to perform in order to deliver the organisation’s purpose and strategy. Carrie has delivered several high profile OD interventions that have included Aggreko, Britvic Soft Drinks, Urenco Capenhurst and Exide Technologies.
Experience an Organisation Development programme where Carrie builds the relationships to ensure development is taken seriously from Board Level downwards, galvanising the managerial support that is required to make development interventions successful in the business whilst participants experience a mixture of facilitated experiential learning, appreciative inquiry and strengths based development which ensures that they can be the change to their performance.
Carrie also provides advice through her online blogs and articles, such as the OD Practitioner Blog and is involved in writing several research papers, one of which will appear as a chapter in the soon to be published book – ‘Innovative Business Practices: Prevailing a Turbulent Era’ edited by Demetris Vrontis and Alikis Thrassou.
We have become diminished, and because of this, we have become like a production line of humanity. We, as the individual, need to challenge ourselves to get out of the box that we have been put in, and rise up to our talent potential.
More Than Just A Number can be bought at Smashwords, Amazon, and will soon be on Kobo as well.
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