Shirley’s principles of “Playing to Win in Business” continue to pop up all over professional websites and blogs! This latest article from Matt Krumrie has great tips about interviewing and self-promotion. How to Talk About Your Strengths to Employers In order to win the competitive “job seeker game,” you need to
A colleague of mine, Kathleen Ziegler, just wrote a very nice blog on her LinkedIn page about “Playing to Win in Business.” I present it to you below, and invite you to connect with Kathleen: Playing to Win in Business is a Grand Slam to Enhance the Savviness of
Listen to this interview at the Local Job Network Page >> From nurse’s aide to Mayo Clinic’s first female Chief Administrative Officer in 150 years, Shirly Weis started her career as a nurses’ aid, and finished her career as Mayo Clinic’s first female Chief Administrative Officer in 150 years. Along
“Employees are our most important investment” is an assertion that most every organization makes in its employee handbook. If this is really the case, then why are 71% of employees not fully engaged with their organization, according to Dale Carnegie Employee Engagement Statistics? Why are 26% actively disengaged? So begins
File photo by Elizabeth Nida Obert / enida@pos Shirley Weis speaks with Norway’s Queen Sonja, Mayo CEO John Noseworthy and Nortway’s King Harald V, right, during a 2011 visit. Weis has written a book detailing ways for women to succeed in business. RYAN LUND, firstname.lastname@example.org Life is made up of
November, 2014 “Men have been networking and promoting their male colleagues for years. It is vital that women do the same and help other women to progress in their careers. Clearly, more women need to be at the table,” says Shirley Weis, President of Weis Associates, LLC and former VP
November 17, 2014 Shirley A. Weis, vice president and chief administrative officer emerita for Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, has been appointed special adviser to ASU President Michael M. Crow. Weis, who will have faculty appointments at the College of Nursing and Health Innovation (CONHI) and the W. P.