Raissa Urdiales

Raissa Urdiales
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RAISSA is a strategic leader experienced in large-scale business transformation and change management within the Healthcare and Manufacturing Industries focusing in the area of Human Capital. She has a degree in Psychology specializing in Organizational Development. She looks for balance in life through all things that make us human. As a lifelong learner, she believes in paying it forward by mentoring and coaching those around her. She has a passion for writing and enjoys painting landscapes from her travels around the world. In the Digital Age, and the movement from the Baby Boomer Generation to the Millennial Generation, she takes her role as a GenXer very seriously. She believes GenXers are here to bridge the gap and assure we stay human in the new Digital Age.
I am always amazed at what freedom is felt when we are doing exactly what we love to do when we are immersed in our favorite things, the moments that we reflect back on fondly.  These are the memories...
In my Mother’s garden, the daffodils bloom. In my Mother’s garden, a butterfly zooms through the leaves of the Japanese maple. In my Mother’s garden, bees buzz from rose to rose spreading their pollen In my Mother’s garden, a child sits. In my...
In the morning my mind comes alive.  It begins to think of those things that are possible.  It is the waking of who I am.  Some mornings begin with many thoughts of the day ahead and sometimes it begins with a...
The invisible leaders.  You may not know who they are, you may not know what they do, but they are there.  They are quietly working on cultivating peace within the ranks of your employees. They are the ones that will...
I'm not here to write about how to climb a ladder or how to be successful in Corporate USA.  There are plenty of articles on how to do that so if that's what you are looking for, read no...
Did you ever consider the role the common denominator plays in Corporate USA?  “The common denominator is typically a feature or quality that is shared by all the members of a group of people or things”, or at least...
When you tell me I care too much, I wonder why you care so little. When you call me emotional, I wonder why you lack emotions. When you tell me I am too hard on myself, I wonder if...
A single robin. Daffodils and hyacinths bursting from the warm soil. Chipmunks waking from their long winter naps in search of food. Longer days and shorter nights. The weeping willows starting to bud. The fences of North Beach being removed. All signs that summer was...
And so it begins, another day as an object outstretched from the technology that enslaves us.  We can not live in the here in now.  We can not focus on the task at hand.  We are not happy unless...
A Wisconsin winter snowstorm is always a special day.  The moment the snow starts to fall children begin to wish for the famous “snow day”.  The anticipation of whether school will be canceled is many times left up to...
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