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All Together Now

Vision, Leadership, and Wellness

by (author) Gail Voisin

Initial publish date
Mar 2011
Leadership, Motivational, Management
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Achieving outstanding personal and organizational success in our busy, competitive, chaotic -- yet very exciting -- world requires a unique, leading-edge set of skills for 21st-century executives and leaders.  It is critical for them to have the knowledge and ability to align the three key areas of Vision, Leadership and Wellness to measure and sustain high performance levels -- the All Together Now Advantage (TM).  When they do, not only will they be in great demand in corporations, but they will be able to live their dream now.  

In All Together Now, world-class Executive Coach Gail Voisin demonstrates the importance of:

  • Finding your personal vision and linking it to your organization's vision.
  • Getting and staying laser-focused on areas of leadership that matter most to your personal and business success - accomplishing more while at the same time expending less energy.
  • Staying physically and mentally healthy to enhance the overall quality of your life.

About the author

CEO of her coaching and consulting practice in Toronto, Canada, Gail Voisin is a world-class Executive Coach and trusted advisor to corporate executives in Canada and the United States. Her compelling brand - the All Together Now Advantage™ is a proven success story. With her unique background and combination of skills, she integrates and links Vision, Leadership and Wellness to strategic plans and organizational objectives to measure ROI.

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Editorial Reviews

"All Together Now is a wonderful read for anyone who is seeking balance and harmony in their life. I highly recommend reading this book if you are on the fast track and want to take a few minutes to step back and reevaluate what is important."