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by Pamela Meyer
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0809224399, Paperback)With nine simple principles and the wisdom of quantum physics, improvisation, and new management models, you can release creative passion in your workplace that will help you energize and innovate in every aspect of your job. Top management consultant and educator Pamela Meyer teaches you to improve Communication Morale Collaboration Participation Satisfaction Employee retention and recruiting "Finally a business book about seeing the extraordinary possibilities in every single situation. . . . Quantum Creativity is refreshing, not boring us with yet another round of the newest things we can do to plan or manage or lead our business better. Rather than advising us on what to do, Pamela Meyer reminds us how we can be." "What lies dormant within every human being is the power of their own creative spirit. . . . What better time than now for it to be rediscovered, dusted off, and allowed to reignite the workplace." -- Holly Shulman, VP Creative Director, Fankel & Co. "For all of us who fall prey to living in the dismal ruts of routine and the boringly safe, this thought-provoking book whacks our thinking and challenges us to blast apart those learned blocks to lead a more abundant, joyful, creative life! Be prepared to listen to your essence and to play, discover, trust, and grow." -- Barbara Glanz, author, C.A.R.E. Packages for the Workplace and The Creative Communicator Pamela Meyer works with organizations that want innovative solutions and teams that need to jump-start creative collaboration. Her clients have included Lucent Technologies, American Airlines, and Morgan Stanley Dean Witter. She draws on her years of experience in improvisational theatre to present dynamic seminars and keynotes around the country. In addition to her speaking and consulting practice, Meyer teaches courses in creativity and communication at DePaul University. She lives in Chicago.
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