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The Humanistic Leader

Dr Craig Nathanson shares tips and techniques about how to lead people using humanistic leadership.



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Joyful Work



I firmly believe that the world works a little better when we do what we love. I specialize in helping adults in mid-life discover and live their vocational passion.


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The Best Manager


The Best Manager will give practical and useful ideas for those new managers just starting out, those in school studying management.


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The Humanistic Leader

Tips and techniques on how to lead people using humanistic leadership.

Joyful Work

The world works a little better when we do what we love.

The Best Manager

Get practical and useful ideas for those new managers just starting out.


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I contacted Craig because I needed guidance in determining how to proceed from being a stay-at-home-Mom to a career person again. Craig was very responsive and helpful through email. He asked very thought provoking questions. A lot of the work I did with Craig was self-realization and I found him very helpful in that regard. I would recommend his services to anyone looking for self-realization.




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