Curious Dave's Behavior Journey
FriesenPress, 2012 - 264 pages
Curious Dave's Behavior Journey reveals the ground-level events of the author's life for the past thirty-five years. Dave uses examples of unhealthy and healthy behavior to support the need for us to improve our character. He believes that most of our unhealthy behaviors are only being human and can be improved. This book is amazing because it reveals views of organizational and individual behaviors that most of us never see. Purely by accident, Dave was placed in office locations where it was easy to eavesdrop on management meetings. He learned some very disturbing information. Many leaders and managers make decisions based on their insecurities; and often these decisions cause the demise of the organization. Dave has conducted studies in three types of personal behavior. These studies, like the eavesdropping, reveal that we must improve our character. The studies were performed over five years. The studies were about personal driving habits, safety and security habits, and sexual arousal. His conclusions are fresh and rather alarming in some areas. And in some cases the findings are riveting. The book represents a great view of what is going on in America and how we can improve and improve our country.
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SECTION II Curious Daves Research Behaviors In Our Personal Life
SECTION III Behaviors In The Public Domain
SECTION IV The Pressing or Popular Problems
SECTION V Your Improvement Plan Observations Recommendations and Conclusions
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