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Inner curiosity into reality here at Inside!

Integrating the evolving community needs has given rise in the  ebb and flow of educational materials and offerings.  It seems that these material are expanding more fully into a lifestyle focus here at Inside!

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This became evident recently with a need for clarity and understanding of some of these new educational  tools being  added.  Some hard personal questioning answered within two days with great joy and relief.  This came via a speaking invitation from a local community group.  In our conversation I heard that their 2015 direction for presenters held the same theme as what was emerging here at Inside.  Hearing this was greatly appreciated and reassuring.

It meant that the essence that is emerging here at Inside is a theme that is understandable to a consciously directed community!  I fully recommend opening to exploring with curiosity versus the confines of closed systems of beliefs and limitations.   I also appreciate the mentors of the past three decades who supported breaking limiting believes and promoted testing inflicted boundaries and limitations.

I encourages people, groups and business organizations to take time and commit to pausing long enough to check in and explore with curiosity their dream, direction and destination.

If you would like to find out more about receiving Value-Needs Coaching that supports this, please connect with Renee.

 

 

Why getting InTouch Programs and Coaching for your business

getting InTouch Programs at Inside are about transformation not information. Some information may change hands but the real power of coaching is when peers and  clients experience something new and different for the first time. Integrating success is NOT simply new information, that is education, IT IS transformation using techniques to explore and experience change.

Businesses tend to operate with long-standing social habits or emotions as opposed to inventing a new future.  These programs will introduce  objectivity and bring a focus of attention  to areas that would otherwise be overlooked or missed that are causing conflicts.

Read 13 Success Steps for Respect and Value at Work and find out more about

A Value-Based Workplace Culture 

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Renee Lindstrom
Feldenkrais® Practitioner since 2007, Communication Coach since 2004, Art of Placement since 2000

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Business leadership: How valuable are you to others?

How much do  you contribute?
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How valuable are you to others?
Sometimes we take actions in our work environment that we have not stopped to consider.  For example, doing  just what needs to be done to get by, putting in time waiting for the next break or maybe going the extra mile to achieve success. A choice is always  being made and totally obvious to those around you.
TWO TYPES OF ACTIONS
  • Core Actions have a greater, long term impact with great outcome of success described as doing what it takes to achieve a better outcome.
  • Surface Actions keep you busy with limited success sometimes described as going through the motions and hiding behind activities.

 getting InTouch techniques can influence employers and employees by shifting surface actions into core actions for stellar results.  This includes learning how surface actions create conflicts….It begins with personal commitments for change. Yes that is you!

If you are interested in 13 Success Steps to find respect and be valued at work read more……..

For a healthy society ~ Whats the missing link to a healthy society within an organization?

Society recognizes that the employers needs are different than those working for them.  Society also recognizes that patterns (structures or models) are valuable for progress within an operation.  Is society recognizing that the differences between employers, administrators and employees are equally as valuable?  If so, is there recognition of these differences?  Are employees hearing their needs identified and valued?   This does not mean an employer or administrator needs to give up their needs!  It simply is a basis for connection with the  most valuable asset to your operation, your employees.  Identifying their needs tells them  that they are being seen and heard therefore valued.  It does not mean an outcome.