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Part 6: CUTV News Radio Welcomes Back Janet Harvey of inviteCHANGE

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FREELAND, WA -- Janet M. Harvey is the CEO of Invite CHANGE, an organization that provides multiple services to help businesspeople grow, change, make a different set of choices, and lead more effectively.

Invite CHANGE is a name that explains much of the company’s agenda, which is to get individuals to move beyond the familiar, stop making choices based on patterns or others’ expectations, and explore new possibilities. The result is a style of business leadership that works better in today’s world—which involves zero geography and 24x7 availability, and where transactional details are often handled by technology and artificial intelligence. Therefore, good leaders need to explore and optimize the dimensions of their very human intelligence--innate curiosity and creativity, core values and beliefs, integrity, authenticity, and the ability to cultivate change and engage through interpersonal relationships.

Janet knows that we all have so much potential and it is just waiting to be liberated and expressed throughout our lives. She helps generate that kind of power through InviteCHANGE solutions--which include Leadership Development Programs, Organizational Culture Consulting and Professional Coaching (for Individuals and Teams.) In addition to her work building and leading the InviteCHANGE organization, Janet is also a mentor coach, an active member of The International Coach Federation (ICF), a noted speaker and an author. Her most recent book This Shift Works discusses the emerging face of leadership, why people fail at careers, how to enhance your vision, and more.

For more information about Janet and her life’s work, visit: