Think Excellence: Harnessing Your Power to Succeed Beyond Greatness

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Brown Books Publishing Group, Sep 15, 2011 - 152 pages
We live in a world that places importance and value on achieving the highest levels of personal, social, and professional performance. Think Excellence was born of a concept used to help motivate others to create a mindset that assesses individual and collective potential and that encourages the pursuit of consistent improvement. It's also a call to think beyond self-imposed limitations to think boldly, creatively, tactically, and strategically. The challenge here is to stretch your potential, your capabilities, your imagination, and your capacity in the hope of excelling toward a point of maximum potential. Botwinick presents nine power principles that lead to an understanding and an appreciation of your full potential--all in order to achieve high levels of excellence while challenging your ability, capacity, and willingness to strive for greater heights. This book is about aspiring to be the best while learning to harness the untapped power within all of us. Welcome to Think Excellence!

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About the author (2011)

With over thirty years of experience among nonprofit organizations, schools, and agencies, Dr. Chaim Y. Botwinick has lectured and consulted extensively throughout the United States, Canada, and Israel. He has worked in the areas of strategic planning, staff and resource development, board and staff education, leadership training, and organizational development. He is routinely called upon to help design, develop, and implement professional and leadership development training programs for schools and nonprofit organizations and agencies. Dr. Botwinick is the president and CEO of the Center for the Advancement of Jewish Education in Miami, Florida. Prior to assuming his current post, Dr. Botwinick was the executive vice president of the Center for Jewish Education in Baltimore and senior educational consultant to THE ASSOCIATED: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore. Dr. Botwinick has held numerous national board and senior advisory positions, including the Council for Jewish Education, Jewish Education Services of North America, the National Collaborative of Public and Non-Public Schools (of which he was the recipient of their 1995 Educator of the Year Award), the editorial board of Jewish Education Quarterly and Agenda, and president of the Association of Directors of Central Educational Agencies. He also served as a member of the New York State Governor's Task Force on Equity and Excellence in Education and as senior advisor to the President's National Commission on the Holocaust.

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