Group Attendees: Any number of participants
Recorded Version: Unlimited viewing for 6 months ( Access information will be emailed 24 hours after the completion of live webinar)
Your mind is your biggest alley and tool. Think about how easily a small frustration, unkind word, or difficult moment can totally shift the way your focus goes.Studies of successful people reveal that it is not where they came from or started out that influenced their success, but rather their habits and ways of thinking (mindset). Success has a lot to do with doing what you probably don’t want to do now so that later on you can do what you really desire to do. If you only do the easy things in life, life will be difficult, but if you do the hard things in life, life will be easy.
Dorothy M Neddermeyer , Ph.D. is a successful influencer in the public and private sectors. As a consultant, coach, and keynote speaker, she brings 30-plus years of global experience to leadership development, behavioral change, and human potential.
Dr. Dorothy is passionate about developing great leaders. She works with senior and emerging executives to amplify their leadership skills and drive viable/sustainable organizations with relevant, adaptable, centered, and authentic skills. Her areas of expertise: Leadership/Sales Development, Behavioral Change, Business Strategy, Communication Skills, Diversity Coaching, C-Suite, Senior and High Potential Candidates. Those who experience her presentations are drawn to her dynamic personality, hard-working values, tenacity, and accomplishments.
Business Background and Experience:
Dr. Dorothy has notable corporate and consulting experience. She has consulted in operations and strategic planning with extensive experience in sales/business development. Her clients come from technology, manufacturing, financial, telecommunication, utilities, healthcare, and non-profit. She also has extensive experience with diversity and cultural values.
Dr. Dorothy brings her global contribution to the non-profit sector, as well as to the board of organizations. She actively consults and contributes to leadership roles and learning styles.