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The Striving Styles Personality System, and its creators, Anne and Heather, have been prominently featured in the media as well as in a wide range of publications including “O” the Oprah Magazine, USA Today, New York Post, Huffington Post, Toronto Star, Canadian Living, Globe and Mail, NOW Magazine, and TIME.com.

There's always something newsworthy with the Striving Styles Personality System! Read our latest press releases and announcements to find out what's going on.

January Magazine talks about the "Who Are You Meant To Be?" Book

January Magazine
Mar 22, 2013

 

This Just In… Who Are You Meant to Be?: A Groundbreaking Step-by-Step Process for Discovering and Fulfilling Your True Potential by Anne Dranitsaris, Ph.D and Heather Dranitsaris-Hilliard

January Magazine talks about the "Who Are You Meant To Be?" Book

 

This Just In… Who Are You Meant to Be?: A Groundbreaking Step-by-Step Process for Discovering and Fulfilling Your True Potential by Anne Dranitsaris, Ph.D and Heather Dranitsaris-Hilliard

 

This Just In… Who Are You Meant to Be?: A Groundbreaking Step-by-Step Process for Discovering and Fulfilling Your True Potential by Anne Dranitsaris, Ph.D and Heather Dranitsaris-Hilliard

Who Are You Meant to Be? blends new brain science with a century old personality system to show you why most people live in survival using behaviors, thinking patterns and beliefs that keep them there. It introduces the Striving Styles Personality System and shows people how to become who they are meant to be.

 

Why Leadership & Team-Development Programs Fail

Human Resource Executive Online
Mar 13, 2013

Research shows that most development programs fail to deliver expected returns. Here, experts offer tips to master the real drivers of behavior for sustainable change.

Why Leadership & Team-Development Programs Fail

Research shows that most development programs fail to deliver expected returns. Here, experts offer tips to master the real drivers of behavior for sustainable change.

Research shows that most development programs fail to deliver expected returns. Here, experts offer tips to master the real drivers of behavior for sustainable change.

Stop wasting your development dollars

HR Reporter
Feb 25, 2013

Every year, billions of dollars are spent on employee development, yet 62 per cent of businesses report they are without the skills they need to grow and succeed. It is estimated by the American Society for Training and Development that organizations in the United States spend nearly two-thirds (US$78.61 billion) of the total spend on the internal learning function, and the remainder (US$47.27 billion) is allocated to external services.

 

Stop wasting your development dollars

Every year, billions of dollars are spent on employee development, yet 62 per cent of businesses report they are without the skills they need to grow and succeed. It is estimated by the American Society for Training and Development that organizations in the United States spend nearly two-thirds (US$78.61 billion) of the total spend on the internal learning function, and the remainder (US$47.27 billion) is allocated to external services.

 

Every year, billions of dollars are spent on employee development, yet 62 per cent of businesses report they are without the skills they need to grow and succeed. It is estimated by the American Society for Training and Development that organizations in the United States spend nearly two-thirds (US$78.61 billion) of the total spend on the internal learning function, and the remainder (US$47.27 billion) is allocated to external services.

 
I am excited to share that our book, Who Are You Meant to Be; A Revolutionary Approach to Achieving Your True Potential will be featured on…
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I am excited to share that my book, Who Are You Meant to Be; A Revolutionary Approach to Achieving Your True Potential will be featured on …
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Striving Styles Newsletter October 2012 http://t.co/76xbzx2o via #constantcontact
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Bridging the Rational- Emotional Gap by @AnneDranitsaris on @slideshare http://t.co/cbtC1tdi
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Using the Striving Styles can improve your relationships. https://t.co/kbVPqpgh
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