Connecting Happiness and Success at Workat Crow Collection of Asian Art: Grand Gallery
Wed Jun 24 2015 12:00 pm — 1:00 pm
Crow Collection of Asian Art: Grand Gallery
Don’t wait until you reach success to become happier! Most of us are relatively happy, but we are also aware of a deep sense that we could be happier. We believe happiness will come when we reach certain goals in our lives like getting a raise, a promotion, or a new job. Jobs don’t have to be traditional corporate positions, being a stay-at-home parent, volunteering and other non-traditional jobs are just as important to our focus on happiness. So we forgo a little happiness today and this week so we can reach those goals sooner. This session will help provide a clear plan on how to choose happiness and leverage that happiness to become even more successful at work. Don’t spend your life chasing success and hoping for happiness, learn how to connect happiness and success.
Julia Wissing has been a thirsty learning and development expert for more than 25 years. With her extensive background in healthcare, high tech, marketing, transportation, logistics, internet, and international consulting industries, Julia has cultivated the skills that make her a true learning and development expert. Her areas of greatest experience are in leadership development, strategic planning, change management, project management, coaching, and sales leadership and training.
Julia currently works as a key leader in the midwest for TrainingPros, has had her own consulting business, worked for Nissan Diesel America; ; GTE; SuperPages.com; and Insperity. She is an active member of the Association for Talent Development, ISPI, the International Coach Federation of North Texas, and the UNT Professional Leadership Program where she serves as a mentor. Julia’s passion is working with veterans and their families..
Julia earned her B.S.from Clemson University, and her M.B.A.from the University of North Texas, Certifications in Volunteer & Nonprofit Management, Human Resources Management, and Leadership & Supervisory Management – University of North Texas.
Jack Landry has more than 25 years of experience in facilitation and training. He is a former instructor of the Dale Carnegie Course and holds multiple certifications in facilitation, leadership, and public speaking. In his career, Jack has trained more than 10,000 individuals in instructor-led courses. He has held guest lecturer positions at the University of Oklahoma, University of North Texas and University of California at Irvine. Jack has held various senior management positions, including the President of the Retail Sales Division at infoGroup.