Gail was delighted to be interviewed by McLean & Company on her expertise in Succession Planning. This article provides global exposure for her organization's
leading edge concepts and processes that can be measured and solidly linked to ROI for the organization.
White Paper Substantiates Corporate Wellness Section and Model of book called All Together Now - Vision, Leadership and Wellness
Ivey Business School at University of Western, London, Ontario, Canada (Shivani Parihar and Michael J. Rouse), conducted a study on a similar topic to the Corporate Wellness section of Gail's book. This White Paper is called Management Behaviors Drive Workplace Wellness Program Result: the SMIL Model (2015).
The document provides evidence/substantiates insights related to Corporate Wellness in Gail's book called All Together Now - Vision, Leadership and Wellness written four years prior to this White Paper. See links below for more details.
5 Leadership Force Multipliers: Emotional Intelligence, Mindfulness, Clarity, Vision, & Health
The CEO of Red Zone Technology (Baltimore, Maryland) selects innovative thought leaders for his interviews. His audience is Information Technology (IT) Executives. Below is his Podcast Interview with Gail Voisin which includes key insights around the following three areas:
Biggest hurdle for IT Executives is Communication Skills & Emotional Intelligence
The link to Neuroscience - the edge for future Leadership
The importance of Meditation, Mindfulness, and Forgiveness and how learning these skills can help access reserves of resilience.
Podcast interview on Gail's book called All Together Now - Vision, Leadership and Wellness
"Inside Personal Growth provides listeners with high quality interviews featuring leading authors in the field of personal development." The Host of Personal Inside Growth (San Diego, California) interviews Gail Voisin about the Model she developed called The All Together Now Advantage® addressing its three components - Vision, Leadership and Wellness, linking them to the benefits of an executive's personal and organizational life.
She expands further on how organizational leadership is built on two strong pillars (Strategic Planning and Succession Planning) and why this is so important to the success of the business.