Success Strategies for Women
Today’s smart and competent women seek to realize their highest potential yet the pursuit often leaves them feeling more exhausted than proud. There is always more to be done and greater challenges to be met. The resolution isn’t in managing time. The challenge is focus your energy on your purpose, to choose who you want to be and how you want to feel in the moment, and to maximize your gifts and talents. This is the basis for the book, Wander Woman: How High-Achieving Women Find Contentment and Direction by Dr. Marcia Reynolds.
In this presentation, Marcia presents both the “light and the dark sides” of being a smart, strong, goal-driven woman. Then she shares a few powerful exercises and coaching questions that will help the participants see themselves and their dilemmas more clearly, which opens up options for both professional development and satisfaction. From this perspective, they learn:
- The 5 factors that drive you to succeed but could hinder your personal development.
- How to develop your “selves concept” to improve the impact of your communications and strengthen your relationships.
- How to identify and articulate your strengths beyond your skills and knowledge to increase your personal power.
- How to find your sense of purpose to use as an “anchor of grace” to help you achieve your desired results.
This presentation will help smart, strong driven women learn how to release their “burden of greatness” while maintaining their passion and drive.
In a recent workshop, we split the room into women in their early, middle, or late career stage with exercises specific to their needs. Contact Marcia to customize a workshop for you.
“I continue to hear positive feedback from the participants which is a testament to the fantastic job you did! We truly appreciated your positive energy and the invaluable tips you provided during the “Claiming Your Selves” exercise. In addition, we enjoyed your inspiring stories about past experiences with clients and employers…Thanks again for the outstanding presentation! ” Yvonne Rogers, Women of AT&T