Weighing your options and choosing the best one is a form of problem solving, a skill that every leader and careerist needs. Good decision making doesn’t take genius-level intelligence though—just a focused mindset and prioritization.
In this practical and inspirational 30-minute session, Gloria Mayfield Banks (a favorite speaker of Conference for Women attendees!) explores what it takes to sharpen your decision-making skills so that you can stop agonizing or sitting on the fence. Click Play below to listen.
Banks has consistently beaten the odds to achieve phenomenal success in her life and business. She defied dyslexia to earn a college degree and a Harvard MBA, left an abusive marriage and a corporate career at IBM 20 years ago to sell lipstick – quickly ascending to Elite Executive National Sales Director with Mary Kay, Inc. – ultimately being ranked as #3 in the U.S. and #1 for an African American.
One of the most important skills that helped her soar to the top is her decision making ability. Making good decisions is a positive; making bad decisions can always be fixed; but sitting immobilized and not making a decision at all is a problem. Join us while Gloria explores the art of decision making and the risks involved for avoidance and procrastinating.
Gloria Mayfield Banks is an internationally renowned motivational success strategist and trainer, who has consistently beaten the odds to achieve extraordinary success. She has built a multi-million dollar enterprise, as founding partner of Charisma Factor, Inc., and as elite executive national sales director with Mary Kay, Inc. in which she is currently ranked #3 in the nation.These accomplishments provided the foundation for her recently published book, “Quantum Leaps,” with ten specific steps to help you soar and inspiration to get and keep you fired up. With her high energy and inspirational teaching style, Banks is best described as “Energy in Motion!” She has trained professionals on six continents to achieve new levels of success. Banks shared her secrets of success with national media audiences, appearing on CNN, ABC-TV, and CNBC. She has been featured in Fortune, Black Enterprise, Glamour and Ebony magazines. Banks earned an M.B.A. from Harvard University and an Honorary Doctorate from University of Maryland Eastern Shore.