Showing posts from January, 2008

Please Help

Greetings! It was a good year, and let's hope 2008 brings greater treasures. With this in mind, I'd very much appreciate your help with four inquires. Job satisfaction and performance is directly linked to one's relationship with his or her boss. As a result, my clients want strong working relationships. I offer them one on one coaching programs, team development sessions, seminars, retreats, and very well received Practice of Management Certificate of Completion programs. The certificates are granted to successful graduates by either my corporate clients or to my clients through accredited universities. Below please find the related inquiries. 1. I want to expand all my services in 2008, and in particular, the certificate programs. If you know people at organizations wanting to identify, select, and develop their management and leadership talent, I'd greatly appreciate your contacting me in private. 2. The proven tools, theories, and cases my clients use to influence t

Happy New Year!

From the Lowest Depths there is a Path to the Loftiest Heights Given: It was the last night on the trails and everyone was looking forward to ice cream at base camp the next day. Fourteen days of hiking fifteen to twenty miles per day with forty pound packs on our backs, and eating rationed, dehydrated food, leaned our bodies. It also helped me get in shape for my sophomore high school football season. Our goal was to merge with another New Jersey group and greet the sunrise atop the Tooth of Time, a jagged outcropping of rock; its silhouette branded the Philmont Reservation on belt buckles, shirts, and coats. It was a fitting end to an eventful fourteen days where we tested our endurance, courage, and communication skills to help our unit remain together and safe. I was also relieved. My boots started coming apart about half way through the trip. It looked like they would finish the trail. We woke at midnight and started hiking, to insure seeing the sunrise on the Tooth’s pea