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“Provides the toolkit and the foundation for people to define their purpose and generate value with realistic and practical solutions.”
—Tony DeBlauwe, Senior HR Partner for a global technology organization; founder, HR4Change; and author of Tangling with Tyrants
“As the marketplace’s creative destruction grows ever more creative and destructive, it’s essential to keep your wits about you and direct your personal and professional energies where they are most effective. Goodrich gives you the tools and guidance to do just that.”
—Don Tapscott, coauthor of Wikinomics and Macrowikinomics; Chairman, nGenera Insight; and Adjunct Professor of Management, University of Toronto
“Utilizing Goodrich’s approach will set you on a road you may never have dreamed possible. Ready, go!
—Cali Ressler and Jody Thompson, coauthors of Why Work Sucks and How to Fix It and creators of the Results-Only Work Environment
Laura Goodrich specializes in the field of workplace dynamics and relationships. She has twenty-five years of professional experience, fifteen of which she has spent as a corporate trainer, coach, consultant, and speaker. She has a degree in Training and Organizational Development from The University of Minnesota and has received coach training from both the Corporate Coach University and the Coaches Training Institute. Laura is co-owner of an integrated content company that specializes in authoring and producing videos, documentaries, television series, speaking and coaching. She is also an active member of the National Speakers Association and ASTD.
If you look for the good in people, you'll find it. If you are waiting for someone to make a mistake - they will. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Crystal Casavant-Otto
I have the opportunity to choose books for our company to hand out to employees so that we can read and have a starting point for conversations. Read morePublished on January 8, 2012 by Kathleen Mixon
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