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Janet M. Shlaes
Inspirational Strategic Change Agent: Organizational, Career, Communication, Education, Training
Inspirational Strategic Change Agent: Organizational, Career, Communication, Education, Training
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Single-Tasking: Antidote to Multi-Tasking
by Janet M. Shlaes,
PhD We live in a world of multiple simultaneous demands for our
attention. The concept of “multi-tasking” was created in order to turn our
constant state of agitation into the pretense of a skill. Most likely, you’ve been
on both sides o...
Single-Tasking: Antidote to Multi-Tasking
Single-Tasking: Antidote to Multi-Tasking
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Choose Wisely
b y Janet M. Shlaes, PhD Your current reality results from your prior choices. Every
day, you are faced with a myriad of choices, from comparatively “simple”
ones regarding self-expression, where to live and work, money and relationships,
to the more comple...
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Aligning your Values and Actions
by Janet M. Shlaes, PhD What do you profess to value and what do you actually value? Lately, I’ve increasingly noticed the gap between
words and actions in myself and in others. This repeatedly shows up around the
gravitational pull of technology. Don’t get...
Aligning your Values and Actions
Aligning your Values and Actions
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Asking the Right Questions
Asking the Right Questions by Janet M. Shlaes, PhD The questions you ask determine your
reality and your results. What types of questions do you regularly ask? Do they
tend to get you the results that you truly want? The types of questions you
regularly ask...
Asking the Right Questions
Asking the Right Questions
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Empty Space: The Gateway to Creativity and Presence
Written by Janet Shlaes, PhD “Creativity involves breaking out of established patterns in order to look at things in a different way.” ~ Edward de Bono What do you do when faced with the reality of empty space, dedicated time without external distractions? ...
Empty Space: The Gateway to Creativity and Presence
Empty Space: The Gateway to Creativity and Presence
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BEGINNER’S MIND BENEFITS
Written by Janet Shlaes, PhD Have you ever had the experience
of arriving at your destination oblivious to what transpired between the time you
left and the time you arrived? Perhaps you were focused on some unsolved
problem, a prior interpersonal exchange ...
BEGINNER’S MIND BENEFITS
BEGINNER’S MIND BENEFITS
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Forgiveness and Emotional Intelligence
by Janet Shlaes, PhD Choosing forgiveness embodies the essence of Emotional
Intelligence (EQ). It requires self-, other- and social-awareness, as well as
the capacity to move beyond one’s present emotions to a more expansive state. Forgiveness,
although oft...
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The Road to Happiness: Three Essential Skills
The
Road to Happiness: Three Essential Skills by Janet Shlaes, Ph.D. People
who tend to be happy live intentionally with regard to three core happiness
skills. They understand that happiness is a choice, rather than a birthright
and are committed to practic...
The Road to Happiness: Three Essential Skills
The Road to Happiness: Three Essential Skills
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Expectations and Next Level Results
by Janet M.
Shlaes, Ph.D. “Checking the results of a decision against its
expectations shows executives what their strengths are, where they need to
improve, and where they lack knowledge or information.” ~ Peter Drucker Our expectations provide us with two...
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Resolutions Don't Work
by
Janet Shlaes, Ph.D. Today is the day when many generate New Year’s resolutions
that are destined to fail. I track this every year at my local health club.
For the first two weeks of January, it’s unbelievably crowded. As the
month progresses, the crowds ...
Resolutions Don't Work
Resolutions Don't Work
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