We support corporate brands and purchase products because we believe in the value we receive each time we make a purchase. It is the consistency, reliability, and comfort that allows us to trust the brands we use. Your personal brand, just as with corporate and product bands is a promise of value.
When a company is experiencing high turn-over and low employee moral it will inevitably destroy the company’s brand. When the culture is failing employees are whispering about the latest bad leadership decision made by the boss. There are feelings of powerlessness to make decisions. Employees may operate out of fear of being belittled or fired. The gossip creates distrust that looms throughout every office, cubicle and hallway. I would hate to be a part of culture like this but I see it daily in offices with experienced, skilled, and talented professionals.
New Client: Georgia State University J. Mack Robinson College of Business
In December 2014, Jeannine K. Brown of Vision Performance Leadership began provding career coaching services at Georgia State University, J. Mack Robinson College of Business. Jeannine is coaching one-on-one and in small groups professionals pursuing a master’s degrees in Accountancy, Finance, Real Estate, Risk Management and Insurance, Taxation, Weath Management.
The client relationship is exciting and very special to Jeannine because in 2009 she received her Professional Master’s of Business Administration (PMBA) from the J. Mack Robinson College of Business.
Below are a couple of quotes from students’ she has worked with:
“It was a pleasure meeting you! I am 10 times more confident with my search now that I’ve updated my LinkedIn profile and resume with your advice. I am ready to begin our interview prep sessions” James MS Real Estate Student
“The meeting today has given me great insight about how to prepare for an interview.” ~Lata MS Accountancy Student
Guest Speaker at the National Council of Negro Women, Decatur, GA
Location: Bethune Middle School
Address: 5200 Covington Highway, Decatur, Georgia 30035
Meeting Start Time: 6:30pm.
Speaking: 7:00 – 8:00pm
For more information about the NCNW visit their website at www.ncnw.org