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Book Title: Striving Zones: How People Act when Free to be Themselves|
The author of the book: Kathy Kolbe
Date of issue: May 1st 2015
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Format files: PDF
The size of the: 813 KB
Edition: Monumentus Press
Read full description of the books Striving Zones: How People Act when Free to be Themselves:Striving Zones – How People Act when free to be Themselves is the latest iteration of Kathy Kolbe’s Theory of Conation. This model of human performance, used by individuals and companies around the world, has continued to evolve since it was first described in Kolbe’s best seller, “The Conative Connection.” Kolbe has provided a deeper description of the actions we take when striving to succeed. She has included enhanced language to explain the equality of our instincts for creative problem solving.
Read information about the authorKathy Kolbe and Amy Bruske have succeeded by trusting their instincts.
Kathy Kolbe is the global leader in discovering and accessing the power of human instincts. She’s done the brain research to prove the relevance of her Kolbe Theory of Conation to individual and organizational success. Kathy was the first person to connect conative behavior to instinctive drives, which she postulated as the source of the patterns of mental energy commonly known as a person’s MO.
Amy Bruske is the president of Kolbe Corp and leads seminars for business leaders throughout the world. She was recently named Business Owner of the Year by the Phoenix chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO).
Kathy and Amy are both award-winning consultants and advisors to over 3,000 family-owned businesses, as well as to Fortune 50 companies, and both are also sought-after speakers. As mother and daughter, working together for more than two decades, Kathy and Amy have personally experienced every situation discussed in Business Is Business. Neither recalls a time when she wished she were working anywhere else.
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