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Dr. Holly Latty-Mann joins Ken Blanchard & Deepak Chopra in an upcoming release of Roadmap to Success

  Posted by Dr. Holly Latty-Mann on April 19th, 2011    1 Comment

America’s Top Intellectual Minds Map Out Successful Business Strategies  

How do busy people become and stay successful? Insight Publishing is pleased to present Dr. Holly Latty-Mann, Ken Blanchard & Deepak Chopra in an exceptional compilation of resourceful people who will tell you how they learned how to be successful. They will share with you their secrets and reveal some remarkable insights on how to set goals in life and how to accomplish those goals.

Dr. Holly Latty-Mann, co-founder of The Leadership Trust®, is a well-established authority in the leadership and “loveship” industries. Armed with two doctorates in psychology with her dissertation on mate selection plus years of global success helping thousands of executives achieve breakthroughs via self-awareness processes, Holly nevertheless claims it is the wisdom from her own intensive personal work and faith journey that gives her an extra edge in her role as change agent.  Holly’s involvement on a grassroots committee for holistic, integrative medicine while interning at Duke Medical Center inspired her to rework this medical model to help people everywhere achieve breakthrough success both at work and at home.    

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What you don’t know about Generations X and Y can hurt your bottom line

  Posted by Dr. Holly Latty-Mann on April 1st, 2011    No Comments

Have you noticed that what motivates your baby boomer work associates may have a sizzling effect on your Generation X and Y team members or those younger than mid-40s? That’s because the leadership style of yesteryear that worked with baby boomers does not likewise invigorate our younger generational cohorts. Because of these generational differences, the leadership industry has undergone a bit of a Zeitgeist within the last two decades, given we are a marketdriven industry and are now working with a preponderance of Generation X and Y work associates representing anyone from the C-Suite throughout all ranks within the organization.

Picture this. You hire a bright, promising Generation X or Y member to your team and find within a very short period of time, this person seems to be losing steam. While there can be multiple variables in play here to potentially explain this nosedive phenomenon, Saratoga Institute reports that 80% of turnover is related to unsatisfactory relationships with the boss. Anytime you have a turnover problem or a boss problem, you have a leadership problem. The cost of an investment in leadership training pales when compared to the cost of attrition. Shop wisely – your goal is to impact relationships to impact bottom line.