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?
What a year!! I’m thankful that we were on this grand adventure together. Thank you for being you. I appreciate all the acknowledgment, support, and laughter we’ve shared.
No matter how brilliant a career you’ve established for yourself, you’ll experience bumps along the way. It’s hard to change viewpoints—but not impossible!
Listening is vital to your career, especially with AResearch revealing, 50 percent of a professional’s workday is listening!
More often than not, as one enters the upper echelons of an organization, success will have much more to do with your ability to communicate concepts and principles—not purely priorities, projects, and tasks.
How secure are you that your company reflects the attitudes and executes in these areas? And more importantly, how confident are you in your skills to provide Customer-Centric Service?
The intent of introducing this topic is to create a new level of awareness. As a manager, you are viewed through the lens of authority by your employees. You can’t get around it.
As a savvy woman, you can’t allow the power of your thinking to be negated. That’s not profitable for your career or your company.
A successful goal-setting strategy is a healthy marriage of planning, action, and measuring, and, as relevant, trusting.
Your job is to breed an environment in your heart which has you moving forward. What are you holding onto right now, which could be weighing down your chances of soaring?
Research reveals a correlation between the mood you come into work with and the happiness you experience throughout the day. And a happy outlook is certainly good for you and your company.