The Age of Enlightenment changed the way mankind thought about life, culture and human relationships. In her evocative new book, The Power of Acknowledgment, Judith W. Umlas unleashes the concept of an Age of Acknowledgment we can all help bring about. In a time of celebrity worship and self-absorption, Judith s well-reasoned and heart-felt appeal is so counterculture as to be revolutionary. Imagine, as does the author, people acknowledging each other s humanity, accomplishments, talents and wisdom on a continuous basis. It might just catch on. And wouldn't that be something. This 45-minute read will change your life and the life of everyone around you!
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Judith W. Umlas is Senior Vice President, Learning Innovations, at International Institute for Learning, Inc. (IIL), Director of Small Companies United for Global Disaster Relief, Inc. and Co-Publisher of global Web portal allPM.com. She has worked in television production, marketing and corporate business development, and her writing credits include articles in Working Woman magazine, The New York Times, and The Chicago Tribune.
Judith W. Umlas is available for speeches, training and seminars and can be reached at email@example.com.
"The Power of Acknowledgement reminds the reader that courtesy is only one reason to acknowledge the efforts or kindness of others. When honestly given, it is a reward without price. Indeed, it has an impact that we often fail to remember -- a ripple effect that can change attitudes, reinforce the positive, and have an impact far greater than we may realize. Yet, as the author reminds us, it is a simple act that leaves a major impression upon those to whom the acknowledgement is given. As she points out, each of us has this power, and it is important to remember to use it appropriately, often, and honestly both in business and in our personal lives." --Elizabeth Kearney, Ph.D., President, Kearney & Associates: The Experts' Alliance
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Book Description Inernational Institute for Learning, 2006. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0979215366
Book Description Inernational Institute for Lea, 2006. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110979215366