The "make it Happen" Journey: Changing the Corporate "mindless" Robot Factory Into a Corporate "make it Happen" Adventure Land!

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Audler Publications, Jan 1, 2003 - Self-Help - 215 pages
The ?Make It Happen? Journey: Changing The Corporate Mindless Robot Factory Into A Corporate ?Make It Happen? Adventure Land defines a ?Make It Happen? Team Value system that will universally help companies revolutionize their cultures, service, morale, performance, leadership, and work force. The ?Make It Happen? Team Value system described in the book provides a compass for corporate leaders in any company to chart a course that leads to successfully fulfilling the organization?s vision and mission as well as motivate and inspire people to approach work with enthusiasm and passion for the services and products they create. People who desire more from work than just a job with a paycheck can create a ?Make It Happen? Journey in their company or team that turns:? Status Quo into Dynamic Flow? Past Focus into Future Focus? Pity Parties into Possibility Parties? Management Irresponsibility into Management Accountability? Gossip Proliferation into Gossip Eradication? Peer Competition into Self Competition? Failure through Fear into Success through Failure? Mandated Directions into Goal Centered Expectations? Service Bureaucracy into Service Enthusiasm? Meaningless Work Life into Principled Life Service.Read The ?Make It Happen? Journey to learn how you and your company can create a ?Make It Happen? adventure that turns ordinary performance into extraordinary performance, everyday!

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About the author (2003)

Gary Borgstede currently resides with his wife and children in Mandeville, Louisiana. He attended Louisiana State University earning a Bachelor of Science in Finance in 1988. After joining the workforce as a Territory Sales Representative for McCormick & Co., Inc., he attended Southeastern Louisiana University earning an MBA in 1991.

Gary began his career in financial management with Shell Offshore, Inc. as an entry-level accountant. After two years, he decided to pursue a career in healthcare financial management, joining Ochsner Clinic in 1993. During his 16 years at Ochsner, Gary became well-respected and affectionately known as chief "Make It Happen," causing ordinary people to become extraordinary in both their professional and personal lives. Additionally, Gary founded The Make It Happen Learning Institute to educate and inspire leaders in corporate America to develop their God-given leadership potential and create cultures of empowerment in the workplace.

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