Have you ever turned over a major project to someone and things didn’t turn out well? As a leader, we have all had that experience.
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Once, our organization hosted a major event which I would normally oversee preparations. However, this time I empowered another member of my team to make it happen…
Have you ever been involved in organization changes which resulted in your team acquiring more work without obtaining additional resources?
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I certainly have! Our team experienced several staffing changes resulting in us taking on new responsibilities. I would love to say everyone was happy about the changes, but that would not be a true statement.
Do you have SMART goals? I hope your answer is a resounding YES! So how can you achieve your goals?
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Preparation! According to Louis Pasteur, “Chance favors the prepared mind.” Success is not the result of luck, it begins with preparation.
Have you ever been disappointed? During a recent meeting, I had the opportunity to speak with a young leader who was very upset.
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When I asked, what was wrong, the flood gates of disappoint poured out. This emerging leader was upset because he didn’t get a promotion.
Achieving a Career of Significance
Every person wants his or her career to matter…
Do you have a longing for your career to be significant? You want to make a contribution, to be a part of something noble and purposeful? Are you like many people who wrongly believe significance is unattainable?
Well, we have good news!
||December 13, 2016
||5:30 - 8:30 PM
||Ninth Annual Holiday Networking Event
||Achieving a Career of Significance
APICS Tampa Bay
DoubleTree Hotel Tampa Airport Westshore
||4500 W. Cypress Street
Tampa, FL 33607
||Click here to register.
Earning a doctoral degree has been a dream since I was a young girl. So after reaching midlife, I decided go back to school and pursue my dream.
The journey has been long and arduous, with many ups and down. When I started, I was on fire to finish. I mapped out a two-year plan to finish my degree. Yes, it was very aggressive but I have always been an overachiever.