Dr. Betty Spence, President of National Association of Female Executives on Women in Leadership

February 14, 2011
Hosted by Ken Dawson and Sheryl Dawson

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As President of NAFE, Betty Spence brings together America’s most senior corporate women to tackle issues related to women’s advancement. Research demonstrates a correlation between increased female leadership and bottom-line results. NAFE has over 10,000 members in the US and internationally. Betty discusses how NAFE assists women in networking and professional develop particularly in P&L competencies and responsibilities for advancement to leadership roles. NAFE’s Top Companies committed to the advancement of women have more women in their succession planning and development programs and also measure accountability for the promotion of women into leader roles. The show informs and encourages listeners to achieve their career goals by featuring experts and business leaders on job search and career advancement. Show hosts are Ken and Sheryl Dawson, principals of Total Career Success, Inc. and authors of Job Search: The Total System. For 7 free videos go to www.betterjobbetterlife.com

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Total Career Success is designed to inform, energize and equip listeners to achieve their career goals. From executive to college grad to new worker, everyone can benefit from the practical and proven advice on job search and career advancement. Our mission is to enable every listener to achieve their career aspirations and advance their careers, to achieve their potential and meet their financial goals. Topics include job search, career opportunities, professionalism, financial aspects of career advancement, workplace advances and future changes, organizational challenges at work, relationships at work, motivational issues, success attributes and success stories.

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Ken Dawson and Sheryl Dawson

Ken Dawson and Sheryl Dawson

As a pioneer in the outplacement and career transition industry, Ken Dawson founded Dawson Consulting Group and is now Chairman and CEO of Total Career Success. He has inspired thousands of employees and executives to earn better jobs for better pay and maximize their career success. The creative genius behind Job Search: The Total System, Ken continues to develop practical and creative ways to optimize one’s career potential. As an energetic, informative, humorous and motivational presenter, Ken inspires his participants to excel. His extensive career and credentials in management consulting provide a wealth of experience upon which he draws to present the best job search and career success advice available worldwide.
Widely recognized for her expertise in talent management consulting, program design and development, project management, and career and behavioral assessment, Sheryl Dawson is CEO of Dawson Consulting Group. Sheryl is responsible for achieving the vision and leading the growth of this Houston-based talent management consulting and coaching firm serving the corporate market. As COO of Total Career Success, which provides career advice to the retail, educational and professional association markets worldwide, she leads the publishing and web-based services divisions. As author, speaker, and consultant, she is sought after by professional and community organizations and publications to share her expertise on talent, career and organizational related topics.

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Episode Directory

March 2011

February 2011

  • 2/28/2011: Vicki Wiederkehr, Business Consultant on the Cardinal Rules of Entrepreneurship and E-Commerce Listen Now
  • 2/21/2011: Special Encore Presentation: Job Search Career Strategies in a Challenging Job Market Listen Now
  • 2/14/2011: Dr. Betty Spence, President of National Association of Female Executives on Women in Leadership Listen Now
  • 2/7/2011: Job Search Career Strategies in a Challenging Job Market Listen Now

January 2011