Hills around Breckenridge, Colorado at Sunset.
There is a video by U2 called I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For that I believe speaks to a void we feel. It is the feeling that there is something not quite where we want it to be in our lives or in the life of our organizations/businesses. This Cosmic It can be the missing key, and understanding it can help bring you one step closer to feeling more connected to self, others, and the world.
The three-step formula of rules for engagement is useful for personal development, or to help resolve conflict, engage employees, develop organizations, and create culture within organizations or businesses.
Dr. Lynette Reed is an author, educator, and advisor with over twenty-five years of experience working with this model. Her current work is with individuals, organizations and businesses. This work translates into increased balance in life and work style, and for organizations increased job cohesion, decreased drama, and improved focus. Dr. Reed has mentored people from a variety of organizations to include businesses, not for profit organizations, schools, allied health agencies, Chambers of Commerce, governmental entities, and churches.
She has taught continuing education courses approved by the American Planning Association for ethics, HRCI, and also team building and leadership training courses approved by the Texas Education Agency for continuing education of teachers, superintendents, and school board members. She is the author of the book Fixing the Problem, Making changes in how you deal with challenges, as well as a number of book contributions, articles, and guest radio appearances. Dr. Reed holds a Doctor of Ministry in Spirituality, Sustainability, and Inter-Religious Dialogue and a Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders.