Keep Your Wits about You: Work Smart, Be Happy, Feel Great

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Glenbridge Publishing Ltd., 2005 - Executive ability - 184 pages
Many workplaces are not effective because they ignore their most valuable asset: purposeful employees ? change agents who guide colleagues into bigger arenas and help them feel safe. As you remove boundaries and help others thrive, you become a purposeful employee or WITS: Wise, Innovative, Thoughtful, and Spunky. No company can thrive without its WITS. They are a constant source of energy and perspective for others, and they have an amazing ability to recharge their own batteries.

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Michelle Gall is a credentialed executive coach, writer, and enthusiastic public speaker. She partners with individuals and organizations that are not satisfied with the status quo and want to break away from the ordinary. A graduate of Yale, Michelle also studied at the Sorbonne and earned an MBA in Finance from New York University. Her work history includes a decade as a corporate executive and twelve years as a college professor. She has written numerous articles on leadership and is a Contributing Editor for Personal Excellence magazine.

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