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“Fixing the Problem provides an effective starting point for those people who have just begun to think about their relationship with the world around them and, of course, for those who haven’t thought much about it at all. The cornerstones of this methodology – spirit, ethics, and culture – are indeed essential to this lifelong journey.” – Deborah Wallace, Managing Editor for Reflections, Society for Organizational Learning, Cambridge, MA

“It’s a lovely book, and I find it very rich – like chocolate mousse – so I have to read little bits then digest before I go back for more! Thank you – yours is a great book.”
– Dr. Eve Poole, Deputy Director, Ashridge Public Leadership Centre, Hertfordshire, UK

NEW YORK, NY (June, 2012): Author, Dr. G. L. Reed provides step-by-step guidance for business leaders, organizations, and individuals on how to change an environment in order to gain control and live a better life in a constantly changing world. Her current work is with organizations and businesses to promote community building.

Community building translates into increased job satisfaction, decreased absenteeism, and improved employee morale. Dr. Reed mentors individuals from a variety of organizations to include businesses, not-for-profit organizations, schools, allied health agencies, Chambers of Commerce, governmental entities, and churches.

Dr. Reed not only shares her proven methodology that teaches others to achieve personal success, job satisfaction, and improved interpersonal communications, she also details the ways to successfully integrate these three essential elements into daily life.
You will learn to:

1. Identify the 3 cornerstones for building community
2. Create a personal mission statement
3. Stay focused on personal goals and the mission of a company at the same time 4. Look for the win-win and put thoughts into action
5. Distinguish between belief and reality

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