Organizational Acupuncture™: For the Health of Your Culture

Mark N. Clemente, Writer & Communication Consultant

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9 Lessons (34m)
    • 1. Acupuncture Lesson 1 Introduction

      3:30
    • 2. Acupuncture Lesson 1A Key Terms

      4:07
    • 3. Acupuncture Lesson 2

      3:35
    • 4. Acupuncture Lesson 3

      4:00
    • 5. Acupuncture Lesson 4

      3:22
    • 6. Acupuncture Lesson 5

      5:18
    • 7. Acupuncure Lesson 6

      3:46
    • 8. Acupuncture Lesson 7

      3:14
    • 9. Acupuncture Lesson 8 Conclusion

      2:49

About This Class

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A combination eLearning micro-course and accompanying business eBook.

Using principles from Traditional Chinese Medicine and the ancient healing art of acupuncture, the instructor presents a unique theory and model to help leaders attain cultural health to achieve enduring business success! Organizational Acupuncture™ helps leaders strategically manage their workplace communications to optimize business results. Techniques taught in the course can help fix “broken” or “toxic” cultures, as well as address communication blockages caused by ineffective channels or company “silos.” Countless business problems can be traced to poor communication between employees and teams. Organizational Acupuncture helps you overcome these and other obstacles to developing a high-performance culture.

Through this course you will:

  • Learn ways to enhance business performance by improving communications between employees and teams
  • Learn a new approach to planning internal communication, knowledge management and training programs from a strategic standpoint
  • Gain a new perspective on gauging organizational and cultural health based on your current communication practices

This course is designed for:

  • Leaders and managers in corporate communications, HR, organization development, training, and operations
  • CEOs and business owners
  • Leaders on track to senior management and entrepreneurial roles. (Note: this course is not for small companies without established systems and cultures.)