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The Self-Esteem Passport is a thirty page self-study course in self-esteem, published by ODT, Inc. of Amherst Massachusetts. Many corporations give Passports out to employees as a tool -- assisting workers to increase their confidence and self-esteem. Other firms use them as part of management training courses to reinforce the link between the manager's self-esteem and his/her use of effective management practices. With an original passport-look, the Self-Esteem Passport leads the passport holder step-by-step through the process of creating a positive self-image. Acceptance of Faults, Sense of Humor, and the Power of Failure are three of its nineteen empowering sections. The Passport is an easy, cost effective way for any company to make a positive impact on their employees and the bottom line. The Passport is used in high schools, universities, welfare-to-work programs, and corporate training events. It serves as a great diversity training follow-up activity. Low self-esteem is directly related to prejudice and bigotry. This unique resource gets people to look at themselves in a positive way.
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ODT, Inc. is an employee-owned Massachusetts-based management consulting and publishing company focusing on topics of employee empowerment, performance appraisal and self-directed work teams. In 1990 ODT's Complete Cultural Diversity Library won an award as one of the year's "20 hottest Human Resource products." ODT pioneered the use of the Peters Projection Map materials in large corporations and has been involved in using the map in a variety of corporate culture change, leadership and diversity diagnostic projects. ODT's mission of "honoring differences" and "teaching people to see the world from a broader, more inclusive perspective" remain at the core of all ODT's activities.Review:
"Wholeheartedly recommend it for training interventions designed to increase personal effectiveness, address multicultural sensitivity, and/or enhance leadership development skills". -- Karen Gilliam - ALLTEL Information Technologies
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Book Description ODT, Inc., 2002. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1931057109