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What Do We Give
Our Voice To?

Change is here to stay. Are you agile enough to thrive in it?

"The best way to predict the future is to create it."
Peter Drucker

What’s Missing?

Are your employees increasingly distracted and disengaged? Is collaboration — horizontally and vertically — critical to your survival but beyond your teamís grasp? Is the focus on whatís not working? Does the creative juice need a boost?

Studies show that worker disengagement is at an all-time high. Our 24/7 virtual and global world presents unprecedented new challenges in the cross-cultural and multigenerational workplace. Cooperation and collaboration are imperative to success at a time when many are feeling disconnected.

How Can I Help?

Imagine the impact on business results if more of your employees were fully engaged, cooperating and contributing in meaningful ways, and proactively building the future success of your organization.

Tracking the Wisdom works to create healthy and generative work environments where employees thrive. Our process brings people and teams together in a spirit of discovery, connects them to what has meaning in their lives and in their work, and opens the door to creative new possibilities for innovation and action they have not considered.

Let’s Start the Conversation

Mine the wisdom in your organization by inviting the important conversations out of the hallway and into the work where they can make a difference.   To learn more about what this could look like, meet me at How I Work, or trust your instincts and go where you’d like to explore this site.

You can also contact me directly at:

Mary Corrigan
650-355-8981  telephone  e-mail

“Mary crystallizes and synthesizes...and magically, the picture appears...a clear expression of the essence of thought...opening new opportunities for more breakthrough thinking.”

Gladys Ching – Regional Clinics Administrator, Kaiser-Permanente, Hawaii

“Mary Corrigan has single handedly changed the way we have conversations at the San Francisco School.”

Terry Edeli, Head of School, The San Francisco School