Modified from Arthur Carmazzi’s Graphic Training Manual Series “The Hero’s Way” How is it that a high performer can become an underperformer in a few months… could this be you? Many of us are not performing at the real potential we have… or at least not in our work environment… Understanding the DC Psychology wisdom found ... Read More
Which of the 3 Leadership Avatars is in charge? All get results, but only one achieves objectives through leadership By Arthur Carmazzi As leaders, and those on the leadership path… often we look at those around us and see how they react poorly to situations, it is easy to see Jack (the lizard) in others, ... Read More
This is an account of my journey (Arthur Carmazzi)... while not an easy one, it was an entertaining and educational one. I came to Bali because I was stuck in Singapore. 3 years earlier I was a half a million dollars in debt. I had started a business and due primarily to my ego, my inability to manage people and my lack of focus… I went far beyond broke!
Dante Carmazzi did not speak until he was 5 years old. In this video at 7, he tells his story about perseverance and focus. His philosophy behind what is important and being grateful for things others take for granted. How he approaches his current challenges and what you should do. I had very similar issues ... Read More
Are you a perfect match with your ideal business partner or a team-mate? Third day showed that it is totally possible with DC Psychology method. How to create a perfect team – question that managers are often asking themselves, because it can be crucial for the success of the company. Lively discussion was taking place ... Read More
By Arthur Carmazzi “Leadership training has the lowest transfer rate of all soft skill training categories.” Why does Leadership training fail? There are those who would have you believe that leadership is a set of skills, a specific recipe that one can follow and apply to inspire others to achieve ... Read More
Please continue to help me write my new book, this is Part 3. You are welcome to look at and contribute to the previous posts. And special thanks to Earl Wallace, who I did not have an opportunity to thank for his brilliant contribution in Part 2 Also, please see the web pages Organizational Culture Change at: http://directivecommunication.com/corporate_culture_organisational_development.php