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Juicy Work: Creating Fruitful Careers and Cultivating Nourishing Workplaces
by Sandra A. Mobley. Juicy Work awakens readers to the possibility of bringing all their energy, passion and experience into finding their own Juicy Work. When you hear something described as “juicy,” you probably think of a luscious piece of fruit: bite into it and it rewards all your senses as it refreshes your spirit and nourishes your body. Read More
Sandra Mobley, Keynote Speaker
Sandy’s clients describe her as empowering and inspiring. As a keynote speaker, she is able to provide practical ideas that help businesses become energized to find their passion and productivity. Sandra’s energy and enthusiasm plus solid business acumen provide for compelling presentations that captivate organizations. Read More
Sandy Mobley in the media
Special guest on Over Fifty Starting Over
Executive coach and author of Juicy Work: Creating Fruitful Careers and Cultivating Nourishing Workplaces. Also a master certified coach and master somatic coach, Sandy shares her insight with leadership and finding careers of passion.
She is a founder of the Georgetown Leadership Coaching Program which has trained over 1,400 coaches. Her MBA from Harvard and a master’s in mathematics and computer science – combined with her leadership experience in large corporations – helps Sandy understand the unique challenges leaders face in today’s business world.
This month’s Juicy Work feature article
When you think of someone saying no, what images come to mind? I think of an angry person bellowing, “No-o-o!” or a toddler having a meltdown. Is it any wonder we are uncomfortable saying no? The ability to say no is an important element of a leader’s success....