Upgrade Your Job Performance

  • Do you want to increase your job satisfaction right where you are?
  • Do you want to increase your personal and professional confidence?
  • Do you need or want to learn a particular skill?
  • Do you want others to see you as a more competent, credible leader?
  • Do you want to revise or polish your professional image?
  • Do you want to learn how to communicate more clearly?
  • Do you want to manage your time differently?
  • Do you want to manage your stress more effectively?
  • Do you want to learn how to grow and develop your employees?
  • Do you want to learn how to supervise people in various geographical locations?
  • Do you want to learn how to make faster, better decisions?
  • Do you want to learn how to leverage your strengths?
  • Do you want to learn to manage your emotions?
  • Do you want to achieve greater work/life balance?
  • Do you want to go from “good” to great?

If you answered “yes” to even one of these questions, keep reading.

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Plan and Navigate a Transition

  • Are you dissatisfied with your current job?
  • Do you suspect or know that you are not well matched for your current job or workplace culture?
  • Do you often consider leaving your current job?
  • Do you dream about doing something completely different?
  • Do you need guidance around knowing when it’s right to say “yes” to a job offer?
  • Have you accepted a new position that will stretch you in new ways?
  • Have you recently been promoted to a management or executive position?
  • Do you need to figure out how to fit into a new workplace culture?
  • Do you need to create a state of the art resume that will truly serve as a powerful marketing tool?
  • Do you need to expand and enhance your interviewing skills?

If you answered “yes” to even one of these questions, keep reading.

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Testimonials

We were pleased to have Sylvia present her workshop on Emotional Intelligence at a Continuing Legal Education seminar sponsored by the Women in the Profession Committee of the Dauphin County Bar Association. She provided a unique focus on our innate emotional responses that are invoked on a daily basis, but with which we are not always in tune. Through a personal assessment attendees learned the 4 components of EQ, as well as which component(s) they struggle with. Her interactive presentation enabled people to gauge the areas in which they could improve their EQ and provided helpful strategies for doing so.

--Kelley L. Nelson, Esquire
Co-Chair of the DCBA Women in the Profession Committee