Growing the Distance has 28 ratings and 2 reviews. Natasa Jim Clemmer ( Goodreads Author) Be the first to ask a question about Growing the Distance. Growing the Distance – Jim Clemmer. Chapter 1 – The Way of the Leader. • Define Internal and External Changes. • Give 2 personal Internal and 2 External. Growing the Distance: Timeless Principles for Personal, Career and Family Success by Jim Clemmer.
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The beauty of the principles established in growint book is that they can be applied in various fields of our lives and arise at different stages and degrees, in the constantly renewed challenges we encounter.
Growing the Distance: Timeless Principles for Personal, Career, and Family Success by Jim Clemmer
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Even though it is about the workplace, I can apply these principles to similar situations that occur at school. This book is personal.
Putting Emotions in Motion Growing the Distance is easy distznce read and entertaining — yet powerful. David added it Aug 27, I heard about it on a local radio talk show. My library Help Advanced Book Search. Growing the Distance is about developing the leader within all of us.
I have used this book repeatedly in my coaching practice and have given numerous copies to clients as gifts. Growing the Distance is very compelling on both a business and personal level, and it tied in very well to the learnings of our program. Hi Jim, I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for writing Growing the Distance. I found this to be a very compelling read on a very serious subject.
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Thank you very much! I have read certain portions of it over and over again, and plan to continue to do so forever.
I just finished reading Growing the Distance and what a treat it was. I have stretched my comfort zone by challenging myself to pursue new goals.
No trivia or quizzes yet. This is the first time I have clemmeer a letter to the author of a book, and I must say that I have read a great number of them. The book is written so that it is easy to understand, full of ggrowing advice and examples and not only well worth reading but entertaining and insightful as well.
I have been extrapolating as your emphasis is on companies which sell or produce a product. I could sing my praises on ten pages, but firstly I have to say that this book gave me answers to the three main questions that have bothered me for ages. This timely presentation was recorded with an clemker of business leaders. Copies were given to staff as recognition for their contribution to the organization, and as another tool for their personal development.
Rather, it has a unique and distinctive, three-tiered structure and magazine-style. Neil Rempel rated it really liked it Jan 18, We read excerpts, work through the exercises together, and then discuss the ideas.
Thanks for this gift, for your wisdom, and for sharing it with the world.
When things get hectic I only have to read one of them and it sets me on the positive thinking track again; it is also a conversation piece when colleagues walk into my office. A second level consists of timeless fables, tales, and current stories. The book so plump with humor and wisdom I found the need to share it immediately.
Thank you so much for forwarding me your new book, Growing the Distance. I look forward to using excerpts from Growing the Distancewith proper attribution, in my Human Resources Development course.
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clemmmer This is not an instruction manual. I too have started collecting quotes and now have a few of them hanging on my grey wall at growiing office. We are in the middle of bringing change to our place of work and up until I found your books, we were stumbling from pillar to post without much direction, but knowing we had to make changes. I have written a program which focuses on changing attitudes, for both staff and youth, which eventually will be applied throughout British Columbia.
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