Moving from Panic to Purpose
Responding to Changes in Your Career
We all face changes in our lives and careers. Some of them we choose, and many we do not. In any case, adapting quickly is essential to maintaining your relationships and reputation.
Whether you're in a new role, facing a layoff, or dealing with a setback at work, this book can help you move to productivity and beyond.
Are you ready to move from panic to purpose?
Download the complimentary, 10-page workbook today. You'll also receive updates about the full book, which is scheduled for release later this year!
Johnny Salloum, MBA, CPCU
Head of Unit - CRB at Willis Towers Watson
Valerie Cammiso, CAE
Executive Director, CPCU Society and Griffith Educational Foundation at The Institutes
Yamato Seki, CPCU, AINS
Senior Commercial Lines Account Manager at USI Insurance Services
Kim Brewster, MS, CPCU, AIDA, AU, ARe, AINS
BI Reporting Analyst II at RiverStone Resources
Shirley LaVergne, Certified Meeting Professional (CMP)
Senior Financial Analyst - AIG Global Travel Inc.
MBA Class of 2020, Rice University
Precious Norman-Walton, CPCU, AIC, AINS, AIS, ACS
President Elect of the Dallas Chapter CPCU Society
Suzie Lucke, MBA, CPCU, AU, AIC, AINS, SCLA
President Elect of the Cincinnati Chapter of CPCU Society
Her expertise, her decades' long experience in a Fortune 500 company and her personal commitment to equality and inclusion are a potent combination. Together they create an excellent platform for Amy to exercise her considerable creative talents, whether in front of an audience, coaching an individual, consulting for a management team or writing her next book. That sounds like a lot, and I don't know many people who can effectively pull all of that together in a sustained way.
But Amy is one of the most productive people I have had the pleasure of working with. She believes deeply in what she does, has the wisdom and empathy necessary to meet people where they are and the humility to be approachable and make everyone feel at ease, even as she's helping them dispense with outdated thinking and misperceptions that, while sometimes deeply held, do neither them or anyone else any good.
John Tedstrom, Ph.D.
Founder & CEO at NextGen Leaders, Inc.