Indecision and conflict feel like chaos. To see choices, solutions, and next steps, chaos must give way to clarity.
Clarity about what you want to do, why, and how makes it possible to be more successful in your interactions with others
and more deeply true to yourself at the same time.
This gives you access to a priceless combination of strength and ease.
It works for organizations as well as for individuals.
Clarityworks makes it happen.
Marcella has a great gift for getting you where you always wanted to go, faster and with more joy than you ever thought possible.
Anne Marie SantoroPresident., From the Heart Communications, New York
Ms. Calabi has the ability to comprehend the totality of a complicated situation and then articulate the heart of the matter in such a way that the critical core issues emerge. As the priorities become clear, practical solutions are found. The Clarityworks process works , whether the format is one-on-one or a group discussion. I find Ms. Calabi's input invaluable.
Simone Yen Song, Esq.CEO, Simone Song Properties
It’s amazing: since you helped me regarding my supervisor, she now keeps telling me I'm "perfection." Before, she was treating me like garbage and using every means to force me to quit. I’m doing the same work as before but you showed me how to change my attitude and that changed hers. I can't thank you enough.
J.F.Clinic Counseling Staff
MC heard and understood what I was unclear about and - without putting words in my mouth -- she simply articulated what I meant to say. This made it possible for me to make my decision and move forward effectively.
Of the several professionals I consulted concerning a very complex and bitter dispute, Ms. Calabi certainly had the most patience and insight. Her analysis was the most complete, probing and structured. It enabled me to see all the participants' positions, assets, and possible motives, underlying interests, conflicts and options, including my own. This has made possible the progress that is now being made towards resolution, a clear sense of the alternatives, and the confidence that I will have done all I can whatever the final outcome.
Richard P. Kline, Ph.D.Research Scientist, Columbia University