Leading and Self-Managing Through Adverse & Ambiguous Times
June 5, 2020
Hosted by Sandra Hill
In our fast-paced, high-tech, ever-evolving world the speed of change, decision-making is getting faster, the level of competition fiercer, and adversity, ambiguity is striking harder than ever. As this is the current and future state of our world, it is imperative that people stay level-headed and focused to effectively function at optimal capacity. The ability to be that stabilizing influence in a world of constant disruption can provide a true competitive advantage and determine the long-term success of any individual and company. This topic provides insights on facing, overcoming, and learning from obstacles, while also realizing that failure, change, and adversity can be leveraged as positive catalysts for growth…and to not only help you survive in the face of adversity, but to thrive in it.
Grow Your Voice, Overcome Your Fears
Friday at 12 Noon Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Influencers Channel
This show features guidance, insights, inspiration and motivation. The world we live in is constantly changing. Change can be scary and overwhelming. It takes people out of their comfort zone. As a story-teller, great listener and coach I have developed the art of totally immersing myself and others into the visual woven fabrics captivating audiences. As a life, business and career coach I listen, empathize and discern the underlying issues from the facts. You will gain insight on how to not only survive but thrive. You’ll learn coping skills and how to apply self-coaching techniques, as well as gain insight on yourself and your inner voice. You’ll also manage expectations, discover how to visualize, maintain and maximize your focus but most importantly grow your voice and overcome your fears. Tune in to Grow Your Voice, Overcome Your Fears with me, Sandra Hill, every Friday at 12 Noon Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica Influencers Channel.
Traveling around the world since the age of three months gave me a unique perspective and the ability to appreciate people and life in general. Although I didn’t join the military, I served as a civil servant for almost 37 years. Little did I know that I was preparing for my future. I started coaching over 20 plus years ago with my own children and kept honing my craft. I continue to do so via membership in many federal and civil organizations, partnering with local schools and my volunteer work. As a civil servant, I helped my organization develop a coaching culture and still have a 98 percent success rate helping others advance their career. Post retirement, I followed my passion, launching New Horizen Coaching and Professional Growth Advancement, LLC. My professional goal is to incrementally increase the visibility, understanding and impact of coaching. I am an introvert with a strong, powerful voice that resonates to a person in a way that they can understand. My background enables me to observe, assess and be constructive in my dialogue. Coaching is a rewarding experience and I have received many accolades and recognitions, the most recent being the Small Business Pinnacle Award Semi-Finalist from the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce two years in a row. In addition to a coach, I am also a knowledge and change management professional whose mantra is EACH ONE, REACH ONE. I want to give people back their voice and VoiceAmerica is a forum whose name inspires me to do so.