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Title:   " Even Eagles Need A Push "

Even Eagles Need a Push, David McNally guides viewers through the principles of his best-selling book of the same title. Skillfully mixing compelling visual metaphors with timeless wisdom and personal insights, the video shows that all humans are naturally endowed with the power to create something of value and make a difference in this world. Yet for many, the full expression of this power is constrained by lack of confidence. The program transports viewers through their own mental doors of self-discovery, compelling everyone to develop five qualities of the confident, self-empowered person: (1) self-appreciation, (2) vision, (3) purpose, (4) commitment and (5) contribution.">Empowerment. It's perhaps the most crucial process taking place in organizations today. Intensifying economic and competitive pressures are forcing employees at all levels to do more with less and to be more creative, proactive, flexible, responsible and committed. As traditional distinctions between "manager" and "employee" rapidly become obsolete, all organizational members need to learn how to successfully empower themselves and others. In Even Eagles Need a Push, David McNally guides viewers through the principles of his best-selling book of the same title. Skillfully mixing compelling visual metaphors with timeless wisdom and personal insights, the video shows that all humans are naturally endowed with the power to create something of value and make a difference in this world. Yet for many, the full expression of this power is constrained by lack of confidence. The program transports viewers through their own mental doors of self-discovery, compelling everyone to develop five qualities of the confident, self-empowered person: (1) self-appreciation, (2) vision, (3) purpose, (4) commitment and (5) contribution.

Production Date:  1992
Length:  24 minutes
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Subject:  Business Psychology
Non-Members:  Not available

 

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