How to Advance Your Career by Managing Your Money
Being serious about your career means that you're serious about improving your skills, enhancing your leadership abilities and invested in making the right connections. But even in doing all of that, could you be missing one of the most important things--your finances? Join us as we sit down with Sonya Smith-Valentine, President of Financially Fierce, as she discusses how ignoring your money management skills can negatively impact your career and provides some actionable steps that you can take right now to begin to turn things around. You don't want to miss this one!
About Sonya: Sonya Smith-Valentine survived a devastating car accident to become a successful businesswoman. A drunk driver ran into her car on the highway at 90 mph and she lived! That accident and the year of physical therapy that followed (while finishing law school, taking the CPA exam and the bar exam, and doing an emergency move due to a structurally damaged apartment) taught her the importance of perseverance, determination, hard work, financial know-how and leadership.
1. Improving workplace performance (by decreasing employee financial stress)
2. Turning managers and executives into financially savvy decision makers
3. Enhancing the negotiation and strategic thinking skills of employees