Business Thinking with Aloha

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Become a Business Thinker. Re-imagine work, and gain better control of your life as you do so, even if you never decide to go into business for yourself. Adopting a business mindset opens up your options, helping you feel confident, connected and in-the-know. This book presents the fabulous utility of a new working attitude in a values-based bonus: the coaching of the Managing with Aloha movement.

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About Rosa Say

Rosa Say is a workplace culture coach determined to reinvent our workplaces value by value, making them healthier and more rewarding for us all. As founder of Say Leadership Coaching, Rosa is hired as an expert coach on values-based management, and as a change agent leading business in organizational culture design. She is widely known for her work leading the Managing with Aloha movement within Hawai‘i and internationally, work which draws from her 30-year career in the resort hospitality industry.

Published in 2004, Managing with Aloha is considered a classic work which describes how Hawaii’s values can be brought to the art of business universally. The book is widely used as an indispensable resource for managers, for Rosa is their most vocal advocate and champion. Rosa publishes the popular Talking Story blog and her management and leadership ebooks are published to support and encourage the constant curiosity, questioning, and creative energies of her Ho‘ohana Community’s learning conversations there.

Learn more about her current projects at www.RosaSay.com

To learn more about the titles Rosa offers here on Smashwords, read this posting on her TalkingStory.org blog: It covers how they differ yet compliment each other.
http://talkingstory.org/2010/05/imagine-having-a-thought-kit/

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Review by: Melissa Mendes Campos on Aug. 04, 2011 :
This book brought a breath of fresh air to my business and management reading list. It offers a compelling new lens through which to bring practices to light that enrich one's personal and professional work. Business Thinking with Aloha is one of those books I think I'll never truly "finish" with, but continue to savor and periodically return to.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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