Insightful, inspiring and life-lifting publications
by Dr. Paul O. Radde

Thrival! How to Have an Above Average Day Every Day

Thrival! How to Have an Above Average Day Every Day

How alive do you want to be? Deserve to be? Know how to be? Thrival! lights the way. One core practice that is required to thrive is total and unconditional self-acceptance. You also must deal with the 3 major stressors and energy drains in our lives: shame, guilt, and fear. In Thrival! You will learn the 3 major factors you can control to make every day an above average day.

Dr. Paul O. Radde shares his personal journey to make the transition from survival to Thrival. His comprehensive, down-to-earth approach assures that you will know what you are doing, not relying on some mystical twist. Learn to give yourself a “blue sky day” every day. You owe it to yourself and those around you to enjoy the richest experience of your life.

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Seating Matters: State of the Art Seating Arrangements

Seating Matters: State of the Art Seating Arrangements

In Seating Matters, you’ll discover how to add zip to your meetings, enhance engagement and face-to-face contact, optimize the learning environment, and even increase capacity!

A must-have manual for every meeting planner, event planner, and professional speaker, you’ll learn 3 seating principles and 12 factors that enhance any gathering – in any non-dedicated meeting room – by improving line of sight, comfort, and networking.

Plus, Seating Matters offers practical tips on room design, AV, traffic flow, noise, lighting, safety, and ADA requirements. Now, you’ll be prepared to accommodate those last-minute, surprise registrations!

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The Supervision Transition:A Guide to Choosing and Moving Into A Supervisory Position

The Supervision Transition:
A Guide to Choosing and Moving Into A Supervisory Position

“Well begun is half done.” This saying holds true for supervisors. Many step into a supervisory role, because it seems to be the next step in their career – yet they are ill suited or ill prepared to work with others.

If you are a hiring manager or HR director, give employees this guidebook as the first stage in making the “supervision decision.” They will gain an accurate understanding of the supervisory position and decide if the role is right for them. The employee who chooses to supervise will be ahead of the game, prepared, and able to make a smooth transition.

The Supervision Transition! is practical, readable, and informative for all levels of employees, including individual contributors who don’t plan to step up as supervisors – everyone benefits when they are on the same page regarding roles and responsibilities. In fact, a large energy organization has used this book statewide for all levels of employees throughout its workforce.

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Supervising: A Guide for All Levels

Supervising: A Guide for All Levels

As a manager, your job is to develop self-managing employees. This book will help. Used corporate-wide by 3M for first-line supervisory training, this desktop guide spells out your rights, responsibilities, and resources as a manager.

Pick up tips, tools, and techniques to spark initiative and ensure that your employees share the responsibility to get the job done. This classic adult-adult approach to management will reduce your personal “wear and tear” on the job and bring your employees to maturity.

Getting ready for a supervisory conference? Dr. Paul O. Radde’s book is an ongoing resource for you. Simply pull Supervising: A Guide for All Levels off the shelf and read the corresponding module to prepare for your conference.

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Appreciating the Trait of High Perception in Oneself and Others (2 CD Set)

Appreciating the Trait of High Perception in Oneself and Others (2 CD Set)

Do you – or someone you know – pick up on subtle cues, nuances, and contextual meaning? Are you empathic, intuitive, and creative? These are the traits of highly perceptive individuals. Representing 15-20% of the population, these individuals are conscientious and self-managing, with high integrity.

Due to a finely calibrated nervous system, highly perceptive people notice more in their environment. In fact, they tend to be more sensitive to noise, lighting, medication, food additives, and effluents in the air as well as the moods of others. Plus, they need sanctuary, solitude, adequate sleep, and regeneration.

It is important for highly perceptive individuals to understand this inherited trait, then to use these unique gifts professionally and personally. In this workshop, you will gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for these strengths. If you are a highly perceptive person, you’ll learn how to tap into the strengths within yourself. If you are a supervisor with highly perceptive team members, this program offers insights to understand and support these employees – and bring out their best.

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