Alignment for Success: Bringing Out the Best in Yourself, Your Teams and Your Company by Katharine Halpin

Practical, easy to implement habits that will bring out the best in yourself, your teams and your company. Based on Katharine Halpin’s life and career starting at age 8 in her Dad’s CPA firm in Vicksburg, MS, this is a story of recovery from workaholism, workplace dysfunction and crazy making. By aligning her strengths with…

Practical, easy to implement habits that will bring out the best in yourself, your teams and your company.

Based on Katharine Halpin’s life and career starting at age 8 in her Dad’s CPA firm in Vicksburg, MS, this is a story of recovery from workaholism, workplace dysfunction and crazy making.

By aligning her strengths with her work and building a solid foundation for self-leadership, Katharine developed a proven methodology for transforming people’s lives, their careers and their workplaces.

Work does not work for many people. This book offers hope and a proven path to success for everyone. Using her methods workplaces can be transformed in almost an instant.
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“Katharine Halpin is brilliant”

Five Star Review on Amazon by Sue Redman

There were so many “ah ha” moments in this book for me. However, the one area that resonated with me was the concept of “self-leadership.” I had always heard that the only person you can control is yourself. Katharine Halpin provides practical and actionable advice for managing yourself, your time and your life. And her directive for scheduling think-time and self-care is brilliant. I wholeheartedly recommend this book and look forward to future books by Katharine.

About the Author

If you want to accelerate the growth of your career or your company, you should read this book today. If you want to build stronger, more productive teams, read this book. If you need to bring teams together during a merger or acquisition and build mutual respect and trust, read this book.

All of these things generate wealth; wealth for your shareholders, your colleagues and yourself!

Katharine Halpin grew up in a dysfunctional family in Mississippi so she had to grow up fast. She developed a variety of self-care practices that facilitated her ‘escape’ from Mississippi. She shares these methods with humor and practical thinking. Katharine feels a moral imperative to make work work for more people. Work did not work for her Dad who passed away at the age of 55 due to his workaholism. It didn’t work for her for over 20-years as she worked unsuccessfully as an accountant/CPA.

For more information about Katharine’s company, The Halpin Companies go to www.HalpinCompany.com

For more info about Katharine see her media interviews at https://halpincompany.com/press/

To read her blog on Medium click here: https://medium.com/@katharinehalpin_52721

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