Live a Healthy Life with Wellness Quality Management!

Tips from experts on becoming a Professional Manager to achieve a Quality of Life at home and workplace as a Mindful Leader for your own Wellness and your organization’s Success!

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Improve your Organization

Quality Culture for Work Planning & Control


Workplace Safety

Protecting workers and staff in the workplace is an integrated collaboration for a Just Culture. It is the organization's responsibility to set the correct system and processes to protect their people and customers.


Human Performance

Human Performance Improvement (HPI) is a methodology to assess the Human Factor in contributing to mindless accidents and errors. It is the responsibility of people to seek training and be mindful in doing their assigned tasks.

Fairness & Compassion

A "Quality Culture" in an organization promotes a "Just Culture" for balancing responsibility along with individual responsibility for Quality of Life and Wellness Management.

Features & Benefits



Change Your Life

Start Your Journey of Happiness and Health Today!

Physical Movement

Sport in any form and physical movement is an essential part of every healthy lifestyle. Learn about Yoga Tree for personal mental health and sustainable social wellness!

Intermittent Fasting

Healthy Eating of Whole Food and nutritious food is important, but knowing when to stop eating is crucial. Integrate Intermittent Fasting as part of your healthy diet.

Mindfulness Meditation

Don't let your emotions and thoughts take over your mind, be mindful by using the sensation anchors to better focus at work and enjoy life!

The Wellness Model

The Eight Dimensions of Wellness is a concept used to help define factors that contribute to overall well-being and understand how each dimension of wellness can be best balanced.
The Model was first developed by Dr. Peggy Swarbrick.


Coping effectively with life and creating satisfying relationships


Recognizing creative abilities and finding ways to expand knowledge and skills


Satisfaction with current and future financial situations


Expanding a sense of purpose and meaning in life


Developing a sense of connection, belonging, and a support system


Good health by occupying pleasant, stimulating environments for well-being


Personal satisfaction and enrichment from one’s work


Recognizing the need for physical activity, healthy foods, and sleep

"Quality of Life" by a Professional Manager in a "QualityPMO"

Based on the above Eight Dimension Wellness Model, Dr. Emari, PMP developed a new model called the 4H of WQM 4 QPMO as displayed below.  This will serve as a model for Mindful Leaders to achieve “Wellness Quality Management” goals as Professional Managers in a QPMO of any organization for External Success and Internal Peace!

Join the WQM Community of Practice (CoP)
to improve the Model with your input through the collaboration of like-minded people in the
Healthcare Industry!


WQM & Sustainability

Read the insightful reflection blog written by Douglas Hahn, PMP on Dr. Emari, PMP presention for Wellness Quality Management Approach on Sustainability as a Certified Green Associate for US Green Building Council at the PMI San Francisco Bay Area Chapter

Dough summarizes the innovative approach of the “Emari System Thinking” and its application in Wellness Quality Management (WQM) for project management, specifically highlighting its potential impact on sustainability and green thinking across industries as follows:

  1. Individual-Centric Approach: The “Emari System Thinking” focuses on the core of organizations—individuals. WQM advocates prioritizing people’s intellectual and emotional intelligence, skill set, and interpersonal relations for achieving organizational goals. This individual-centric approach is crucial for catalyzing innovation and growth at both personal and organizational levels.

  2. Eight-Dimension Wellness Quality Management Model: Dr. Emari employs an “Eight-Dimension Wellness Quality Management” model that integrates an individual’s career, well-being, happiness, and mindfulness with the organization’s strategy, operations, leadership, and sustainability. The core principles include holdings (career and strategy), health, happiness, and harmony, both internally and externally within the organization or community.

  3. Sustainable Thinking and Just Culture: The blog connects Dr. Emari’s system with sustainable thinking, referencing Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) strategies. Sustainability, beyond immediate environmental considerations, involves achieving an optimal balance on the “triple bottom line” of people, planet, and profit. Dr. Emari’s system advocates for a Just Culture, ensuring safety and thriving individuals, aligning with broader themes of justice explored in sustainability initiatives.

  4. Alignment with Green Project Management (GPM): The blog draws parallels between Dr. Emari’s system and the GPM, emphasizing the alignment of organizational goals to build Just Systems where individuals are safe and treated equitably. Both systems share a focus on the triple bottom line, with Dr. Emari’s system adding the dimension of prosperity.

The article concludes by highlighting the significance of Dr. Emari’s system in fostering a Just Culture that advances true sustainability. Project managers are encouraged to position themselves as stewards of wellness, nurturing environments that empower innovation and contribute to building a better planet.


Innovation & Growth

Collaborative Leadership

In a groundbreaking collaboration with Workforce Innovation, Trust and Influence (WITI), the Wellness Quality Management (WQM) initiative is spearheading the design of an innovative Leadership Style tailored for the future of work. This visionary endeavor aims to equip leaders with the wisdom to navigate diverse situations and various team scenarios, aligning seamlessly with their unique roles and responsibilities. These cutting-edge Leadership Styles, meticulously crafted in collaboration with industry experts, will serve as the focal point of the Leadership Course Roadmap. Led by seasoned professionals in the field, this comprehensive program promises to be a transformative journey, empowering leaders with the skills and insights essential for success in the dynamic landscape of the evolving workplace.

CMBA Leaders

Building Excellence Through QPMO Leadership

In the pursuit of QPMO excellence, the following refined leadership styles have been carefully tailored, aligning with recognized paradigms and supported by personality traits from both the MBTI and CliftonStrengths frameworks:

1. Strategic Leadership (INTJ – The Architect):

    • Inspiration: Drawing from Peter Drucker’s modern management principles.
    • Traits: Visionary, Strategic Thinker, Goal-Oriented, Analytical, Independent, Decisive.
    • CliftonStrengths: Strategic, Analytical, Futuristic, Ideation, Input.
    • Title: The Architect of Strategic Excellence.

2. Change Leadership (ENFP – The Project Manager):

    • Inspiration: Leveraging John Kotter’s Eight-Step Process for effective change management.
    • Traits: Inspirational, Innovative, Adaptable, Collaborative, Energetic, Optimistic.
    • CliftonStrengths: Positivity, Woo, Communication, Activator, Adaptability.
    • Title: The Visionary Project Manager of Change.

3. Empathetic Leadership (INFJ – The Advocate):

    • Inspiration: Embracing Daniel Goleman’s emotional intelligence principles.
    • Traits: Compassionate, Insightful, Supportive, Visionary, Sensitive, Altruistic.
    • CliftonStrengths: Empathy, Developer, Connectedness, Harmony, Relator.
    • Title: The Advocating Empathetic Leader.

4. Integrated Leadership (ENTJ – The Commander):

    • Inspiration: Building on Chris Ernst’s integrative leadership model.
    • Traits: Strategic, Assertive, Efficient, Confident, Organized, Visionary.
    • CliftonStrengths: Command, Activator, Focus, Significance, Competition.
    • Title: The Commanding Integrator of Perspectives.

5. Servant Leadership (ESFJ – The Consul):

    • Inspiration: Acknowledging Robert Greenleaf’s foundational work.
    • Traits: Supportive, Nurturing, Team Player, Empathetic, Reliable, Responsible.
    • CliftonStrengths: Harmony, Adaptability, Developer, Positivity, Empathy.
    • Title: The Consul of Servant Leadership.

6. Situational Leadership (ISTJ – The Inspector):

    • Inspiration: Recognizing Paul Hersey’s Situational Leadership principles.
    • Traits: Detail-Oriented, Reliable, Responsible, Analytical, Organized, Efficient.
    • CliftonStrengths: Arranger, Responsibility, Discipline, Analytical, Focus.
    • Title: The Inspecting Supervisor of Team Success.

Genuine leadership is intrinsically tied to the establishment of trust and the cultivation of a psychologically safe environment. Without these foundational elements, the essence of effective leadership remains elusive. Trust forms the bedrock upon which meaningful connections are built, fostering collaboration, and inspiring confidence among team members. Simultaneously, a psychologically safe environment provides the fertile ground for creativity, innovation, and open communication. In the intricate dance of leadership, these pillars not only sustain but elevate the quality of decision-making and team dynamics. Delve deeper into the transformative power of building trust and creating a psychologically safe space by exploring the TrustSphere article, where these principles are unravelled and applied to empower leaders on their journey towards excellence.

Read more on the Collaborative Management for Business Activities (CMBA) Website for Integrating the Business Administration and Operation Management of organizations by self-motivated professional managers Committed to Human & Organizational Performance at CMBA.US

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Integration of Quality and Safety in Work Planning and Control is the key to stay safe and healthy at work!

Safety First, Quality Always!

As part of the EMARI System Thinking Approach, Safety and Quality should be integrated into all aspects of our lives.


Community of Practice

We are in process of forming our Community of Practice for Wellness Quality Management to bring our Project Management Professionals together under the PMI San Francisco Bay Area and Grate Lakes of Michigan Chapters.  Join us if you are interested by connecting with Dr. Emari on LinkedIn.

Professional Managers are Happy People

Professional Managers are happy people that know how to balance their life and work in an optimized approach.  Your Wellness Quality of Life is a project, manage it like a professional…

Learning opportunities

Life-long Learners

Discover how you can enhance your well-being and contentment at work with a 6-hour course on Wellness Quality Management. This four-session coaching class will teach you how to master mindfulness and happiness in the workplace.

We will be using the EMARI System Thinking Approach to explore the “Quality of Life” through the 4H model. This approach, developed by a Professional Manager in a QualityPMO, emphasizes the importance of holding, health, happiness, and harmony in our personal mindset and social interactions.

This course is suitable for all team members, professionals, managers, and students. However, it is recommended that you join with your team to learn as a group and develop a shared language and understanding. This will enable you to tackle team performance challenges more effectively.

Additionally, we have provided a collection of free videos that discuss the Management 3.0 games, which can be useful for team engagement and building trust.



Dr. Emari will apply his 25 years of expertise and success stories in each session as he shares his lessons learned with the participants.


  • Improve Focus for Productivity & Effectiveness
  • Staying Safe, Healthy, and Happy at home and work
  • Emotional Intelligence and Improved Team Performance
  • Empathy, Kindness, and Compassion for yourself and others
  • Become a Professional Manager for a QPMO
WQM Certificate of Completion
Thanks to Dr. Emari for the last cohort. It was really helpful for me and is already making a lot of impact on managing my emotions and interpersonal relationships at work.😀

August is National Wellness Month


With August recognized as National Wellness Month and the summer winding down, now’s the perfect time to invest in your physical, mental and social health. According to the CDC, healthy habits are built by making a plan, being accountable and recognizing your success.

Encourage your team to be mindful of their Wellness Quality!

Taking an online mental health test is one of the quickest and easiest ways to determine whether you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition. Take a mental health screen at

It’s free, share with others…


Knowledge and Practice

We’ll provide you with information on the latest trends and best practices to stay mindful and stress-free for improved performance!



Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction program and course considers proper meditation for Lovingkindness results.  Walking and Yoga are part of the physical activity needed along with mental health and meditation excercises.  Learn more from Palouse Mindfulness

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Pranayama is an ancient breath technique that originates from yogic practices in India. It involves controlling your breath in different styles and lengths. It has more recently gained popularity because of the many health benefits that come from the practice. Learn more at WebMD

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Listen to the Podcast of Recorded Mindfulness Sessions – Play

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Join like-minded people for Online Meditations and Discussion Groups – Join

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Free sessions from the Center For Mindfulness And The Sanford Institute For Empathy And Compassion – Attend

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San Francisco Zen Center supports sustaining our practice with a thriving community. – Explore

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