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CUTV News Radio brings its listeners news and inspiration from today’s thinkers. We cover all areas of society and business and dig deep to discover what makes these thinkers really tick. Join our hosts Doug Llewelyn and Jim Masters as they explore topics rarely covered by other news outlets.
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Episode 384: Pt. 2: CUTV News Radio spoltlights Rosemary Urbon-Johnson of People and Cultures
Willis, TX – For individuals and teams alike to be successful and well-balanced both at work and personally, high levels of self-awareness, combined with a desire for continuous self-improvement, are essential attributes. Such individuals tend to make better leaders, employees, or business owners. Rosemary Urbon-Johnson is the founder of People and Cultures, a fully integrated global talent life-cycle services company that promotes self-awareness as the platform for its developmental training, coaching, and consulting programs. “People and Cultures is all about helping people reach their highest potential; whatever that means for the individual,” says Rosemary. “My personal passion is self-awareness. As a coach, leadership trainer and organizational development consultant, I want my clients to better understand their unique qualities and attributes, and to be able to utilize those talents to lead more productive and fulfilling lives, both at work and personally.” According to Rosemary, it is through acquiring greater levels of self-awareness, a life-long journey, that we can become the person we would like to be! Being more self-aware enables more possibilities for personal choice that can result in choosing more effective ways for responding to situations and challenges. “Clients are more capable of seeing different possibilities for the way they might choose to respond to certain situations resulting in greater personal happiness, while being more effective and successful,” says Rosemary. “Again, it all goes back to personal choice.” For more information on People and Cultures, visit www.peopleandculture.com