NANCY FREDERICKS INTERNATIONAL
David Copperfield was described by FORBES as commercially the most successful magician in history. He credits PASSION, PREPARATION AND PERSISTENCE as important factors to achieving his dream career. Umm…. not bad traits to emulate. What would passion, preparation and persistence look like in your career?
Yes. A single thought can make or break your career. I know it seems like some crazy headline intended to capture your attention, but as a strategic coach/consultant, I see the harm a single thought breeds.read more
Breakdowns of all kinds are no small issue in today’s world of ever-increasing dissension in our personal and business life.read more
Of necessity, you can only remain relevant in today’s fast-moving work climate by keeping your eyes and ears, but more crucially your mind, open to new ideas!read more
The demand for executives to be flexible, agile, and innovative in their response to disruption is unprecedented. Not only will you be playing career catch up, but you’ll be unable to design the job of your dreams if you don’t open the cages of your mind to become the innovative thinker you were created to be.read more
Everyone knows profit and growth is crucial for the survival of a company. It’s all we read about, but what’s an often ignored reality is that’s it’s also the success formula for employees.read more
Much of the current research and advice has women altering themselves in order to replicate a man’s success. Imitation may be the highest form of flattery, it also points to not being good enough in your own right, and that isn’t the truth about women in business.read more
The terms we use are the seeds we plant intentionally or unintentional which produce healthy communication outcomes or not. How much care do you take as you express yourself?read more
If your company is searching for ways to delight customers, square one has to be your employees. The correlation between engaged employees and engaged customers is a compelling and proven fact!read more
Perhaps you believe you’re doing a great job. Don’t assume—confirm how you measure Customer-Centric Service—because what’s scary is while 80 percent of companies believe they provide a “superior customer experience,” only 8 percent of customers agreed.read more
Does Your Career Feel As Though You’re Traveling Down That Long, Straight Highway Between Denver, Colorado and Wichita, Kansas?
Is your schedule so overloaded with completion and results-driven tasks the space for Curiosity has vanished? If you’re looking to kick up your experience a notch, you’ll need to unplug from cruise control and your pedal to the metal attitude to take in some of the remarkable sights off that busy highway.read more