Are your employees bringing their genius to work?
I work with leaders who dare to challenge their employees in unusual and meaningful ways. Through my See It, Be It, Own It™ keynotes, workshops and training I help employees manifest their own personal brand of genius, resulting in more independent, creative and productive employees. When this happens, everybody wins;
- The organization benefits from better results
- Clients benefit from improved products and services
- Individuals live healthier, happier lives.
Are you living your genius?
My mentoring programs teach you how to access and manifest your own personal brand of genius, resulting in:
- More fulfilling relationships
- A more satisfying work life
- A healthier mind, soul, spirit and body
- Accelerated achievement of goals
- The ability to break through old, harmful patterns.
- Past events
Are Your Employees Bringing Their Genius to Work? Are You?
Every single one of us has unique talents and gifts that, when cultivated properly, can result in the manifestation of our own personal brand of genius. In this playshop, we will play through the See It, Be It, Own It™ steps to introduce you to a different way of bringing the best out of you and your team, resulting in more independent, creative and wildly productive employees.
In this workshop, you will learn about all four of your bodies – the physical, etheric, astral and ontic. You will discover how your four bodies interact with each other and how each one plays a role in your overall health and happiness.
- Interview of Wendy on the Success By Design Show with Alfonso Cuadra
- Listen to Wendy's conscious living tips on Living the Dream Radio
- Article from Capital Woman Magazine — "Holistic Wellness — What is True Health?"
- YouthMBA Program
- The Art of Doing Nothing
When was the last time you went through the entire weekend without checking email? I’m not talking about the time you were camping and had no email access. I’m referring to the idea of shutting down your email on Friday afternoon (if you work Monday to Friday) and not opening it again until Monday morning, just because you have other things you want to do.