Posted by Dr. Holly Latty-Mann on January 28th, 2010 1 Comment
The Walk 4 Hearing has chosen Doc Holly as a featured walker!
Sudden Hearing Loss Results in Career Nightmare AND Big Walk4Hearing™ Results
“Eighteen years ago I fell asleep with normal hearing and woke up with a severe hearing loss in both ears. I listened intently as the doctor told me I had Meniere’s disease, non-dizzy type, severe loss category. I was immediately fitted with hearing aids and exposed to a world of warped sounds and multiple requests for people to repeat what they were saying…”
Read the full article here.
Posted by Dr. Holly Latty-Mann on January 20th, 2010 No Comments
Hypnosis isn’t about getting people to do crazy things, it’s about getting people over their own stumbling blocks so they can achieve their personal best. Teacher and hypnosis coach, David Grinstead says,”I’m an educator, and I teach (people) a skill that they can use the rest of their life.”
Grinstead’s hypnosis helps people with sales skills (including selling yourself), career goals, motivation, confidence, public speaking, weight control, and smoking, among many others. See the full list of services on David’s website.
Grinstead joined The Leadership Trust® as an adjunct faculty member in September 2009. He sees clients in Burlington and Durham. Of his joining the TLT team, Doc Holly says, “We’re excited to offer David’s hypnosis services as part of our expanding programs. We aim to help people in not only leadership, but in their daily lives as well. Hypnosis fits naturally into our expansion plans.”
Posted by Dr. Holly Latty-Mann on January 12th, 2010 No Comments
A Leadership Checklist: 10 Things To Do Right Now to Make it a Great Year
Blog author Terry Starbucker writes his top 10 list of how to start a great year on this blog. Click the link above to read the full list.
The Leadership Trust has been in the throes of kicking off a great 2010 with full expectation of creating greater fun and profit for not only our clients but ourselves as well. We are more focused than ever and have “hope with a backbone” that 2010 will catapult 2009 into total oblivion. Dr. Kathy Sturgis created an amazing team building/strategic planning session designed to stretch our potential to compelling performance. We are no different from any organization – we want the freshness of ideas coming from within and beyond our own walls. If you’re looking for a jump start, call us, 1-888-313-2570.
Posted by Dr. Holly Latty-Mann on January 8th, 2010 No Comments
“Where you finish in life isn’t determined so much
by where you start as by whether you start.”
–John C. Maxwell in “Talent is Never Enough”
It’s the new year, and it’s time to start something new. Start making strides towards those goals you have set for yourself, for your family, for your business. How did you get started on a task that seemed overwhelming?
Posted by Dr. Holly Latty-Mann on January 6th, 2010 No Comments
In the recent survey by the Conference Board research group, it was found that 45% of Americans are unsatisfied with their jobs. This survey shows a drop of 4% since the previous results in 2008. Read the full story here.
The Conference Board suggests that potential reasons for the dissatisfaction are:
- Fewer workers consider their jobs to be interesting.
- Incomes have not kept up with inflation.
- The soaring cost of health insurance has eaten into workers’ take-home pay.
Doc Holly says, “Downsizing and restructuring have been prolific corporate events long before the economy went south, and the resulting stress of fewer people doing more seems to be at the crux of this mounting workforce disengagement, a major threaten to the necessary team play that underscores which company cultures can best manage competition in the marketplace. The Leadership Trust® has noticed more recently the surge in requests for leadership/emotional intelligence training to address morale issues related to people reacting in fear toward a stressed and/or intimidating manager.”
Want to weigh in on your opinion? Cast your vote on MSNBC‘s poll, “Are You Satisfied with Your Job?”
What does your company do to help ensure your employees are engaged and satisfied?