Archive for July, 2012
Do you spend time searching for powerful ideas?
Whether in our personal lives or the organizations we work for, the right new ideas can change the way we think and operate – improving our effectiveness, adaptability, value to others, and even enjoyment of life.
In a word, powerful ideas can improve our health, which is an insight that has become the inspiration of many of my best ideas. This insight says that we can and should think of health more deeply and constructively than we often do. And it suggests we might apply the natural principles underlying all health in creative new ways – for example, in the form of specific strategy techniques – to propel our lives and endeavors forward more effectively and successfully.
If you or your organization would like a new sense of your future possibilities and guidance in making positive steps toward them, I hope you will take a moment to learn about my transformative, health-based approach to individual and group strategy-making. Years of helping people and organizations achieve new situational clarity, greater practical focus, and ongoing progressivity of effort – using techniques increasingly derived from natural systems theory and research into adaptive human behavior – has led me to create a powerful new method for personal and organizational strategy, one that you can immediately use and validate yourself.
My health-focused approach to strategy is science and fact-based, growth and change-oriented, and flexible across most personal situations and organizational settings. In practice, my strategy method reliably fosters surprising but understandable and lasting results – quickly improving short-term focus and effectiveness, while encouraging increasing individual and group awareness, creativity, and adaptiveness over time.
I hope one or more of my strategy workshops or retreats will be of interest to you, and that you will contact me at email@example.com anytime. I would enjoy hearing from you and learning about your strategic goals, challenges, and opportunities.
Health & best wishes,
Mark is available for one-time and recurring work with groups, organizations, communities, and governmental entities in locations around the world. As outlined on our menu pages, our programs include: 1) workshop instruction in the Natural Strategy method, 2) specially tailored strategy development, innovation, and team-building retreats, 3) panel and seminar participation, and 4) group or public speaking.
Importantly, Mark’s focus on programs and instruction with established groups is a crucial aspect of his Natural Strategy method, since the approach has been shown to better promote sustained learning and development in individuals, collectives, and sponsoring institutions. Mark believes that the best setting for progressive development activities of all kinds is via groups, teams, and learning cohorts, especially ones providing significant pre-program and post-program interaction, information sharing, and learning reinforcement.
If you are part of an established group already and interested in Mark’s personal, organizational, community, or governmental programs, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to begin the scheduling process. Initial scheduling steps will include clarifying your group’s areas of interest, needs, goals, and timeframe.
If you are not yet part of a group dedicated to or interested in personal or collective development, we would encourage you to create or join one as soon as possible. Participation in change-oriented groups of this kind can be both valuable and deeply rewarding.
For more information on finding or forming a developmental group, on a stand-alone basis or within a larger organization, we are happy to assist you. Please contact us anytime at email@example.com.