Every day, most of us are bombarded with a myriad of issues and challenges that require quick, effective decision making.
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) May 29, 2012
Based on the best-selling book, Univetica: Compelling Change, this new presentation provides powerful and practical insights into Humanity 2.0 and how each of us can optimize our individual and collective impact in any team or organization.
The world is growing more complex and more competitive at a faster rate than ever before. This means greater access, opportunity, and better life for more people in more places. However, progress can also come at a price—confusion, stress, and isolation for many. Univetica realizes that many people are bombarded with a myriad of issues and challenges that require quick, effective decision making. The problem is that many people are unprepared to make such decisions and poor decisions can breed failure, inefficiency, conflict and mistrust, at home, at work, and in education.
Participants of “The Case for Optimism in the 21st Century” speech presentation will:
- Gain priceless insight into what drives success in the 21st century
- Learn how to recognize the cycle of abundance in any situation
- Learn how to attract and retain strong team members
- Understand the most common myths about competition, scarcity, productivity, life, and balance
This engaging presentation is of value to any business, non-profit, or educational organization interested in fostering innovation, increasing productivity, and stimulating progress. Executives, department managers, sales and service professionals, instructors, and product developers discover rare secrets to building stronger teams and optimizing individual as well as collective resources.
Headquartered in Silicon Valley, Univetica is a timely social initiative driven by people from widely varying backgrounds to help create a thriving global community. Univetica develops and deploys solutions that help more people make better decisions more often and become a more vibrant member of today’s increasingly interconnected world. To learn more, visit: http://www.univetica.com. For more information about the ground-breaking book, “Univetica: Compelling Change,” visit: Amazon.com