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Complimentary Webinar – Employee Assistance Programs Applied to the Executive Level

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Upcoming Complimentary OrgVitality Webinar
Employee Assistance Programs Applied to the Executive Level
Presented by Walter Reichman, Ed.D, VP and Partner, OrgVitality
May 10, 12:30pm-1:30pm Eastern, 9:30am-10:30am Pacific
 
What do you do when high level executive, who after years of excellent performance, is no longer performing at the level of expectations? Not only is the company suffering, the senior executive is suffering too. How can an organization deal effectively, productively, and compassionately with this executive?

OrgVitality presents a webinar on how to deal effectively with such a problem. Dr. Walter Reichman, Vice President and Partner in OrgVitalty will discuss the most productive way of dealing with poorly functioning high level executives so that the executive, his/her superior and the organization benefit.

Register today!

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Written by Jeffrey M. Saltzman

April 19, 2012 at 3:08 pm

Posted in OrgVitality

Upcoming Complimentary OrgVitality Webinar

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The ManagerCoach©: A New Workshop and Webinar Preview

Presented by David W. Bracken, PhD,VP, OrgVitality

May 1, 12:30pm-1:30pm Eastern, 9:30am-10:30am Pacific

 
Organizations are placing   more emphasis on the responsibilities of line managers to act as a coach in   order to more fully develop their team members. The ManagerCoach Workshop©   is a one day session led by an expert facilitator that integrates upward   feedback with learning practice sessions to increase the ability of the   manager to become a more effective coach.

Join Dr. Bracken, certified coach and feedback expert, for a complimentary   webinar preview of the core content of The ManagerCoach Workshop©.   Participants in the one-hour webinar will gain insights into the central   concepts of The ManagerCoach©. Webinar attendees will later be able to   implement a full Workshop at a 15% discount.

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About OrgVitality, LLC:  OrgVitality is a management consulting   firm that helps organizations make sustainable improvements in their   operations and offerings, increasing their Vitality, allowing them to thrive   in varied environments, and empowering them to excel in their unique   organizational strategies. The firm consists of highly experienced and   respected professionals in Human Resources, Operations and Marketing with   technical expertise in Industrial Organizational Psychology, Organizational   Development and research. Headquartered in Westchester, New York,   OrgVitality’s services include employee surveys (e.g. culture, engagement,   confidence, strategy, exit, on-boarding), focus groups, 360 surveys,   coaching, assessment and selection, executive assistance, customer surveys,   brand and market research (qualitative and quantitative). For more   information, please visit www.orgvitality.com,   email contactus@orgvitality or   call (914) 747-7736.

Written by Jeffrey M. Saltzman

April 16, 2012 at 9:28 pm

Posted in OrgVitality, Vitality

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I was on a Harlem Line train out of Grand Central heading home from meetings in New York City when the conductor made an announcement that broke me out of my contemplative mood. “The next station is Valhalla” crackled over the loudspeaker.

The word Valhalla, meaning Hall of the Slain, is from Norse/Viking mythology and is the place where those who die fighting in battle reside and help Odin, the chief Norse god fight the good fight against his enemies. According to this ancient mythology those who don’t make it to Valhalla end up in the Norse underworld called Hel.  Dying in battle under the Viking belief system provides a reward; you were able to enter into a blissful state, having the opportunity to fight alongside Odin.

This reward system also reinforced the fighting spirit of the living Viking warriors, for if you did not perform well in…

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April 9, 2012 at 5:32 pm

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