In today’s episode, we’re launching our interview series! We want to give you examples of real working women you can relate to and how they’ve been able to make things work. We hope to inspire you and give you new ideas to try out for yourself.
In this first interview series episode, we’re chatting with Amy Rossi who gives us some tips on having a great support network to balance work and personal life, how to develop strong relationships with your neighbors, and how to handle things when you don’t have family nearby. Amy also gives some tips on taking time before important meetings to enable you to be your most authentic self, why you may need to think about how you’re managing your stress and energy, and taking the time to honor periods of transition in your life.
Background on Amy
With over 15 years of learning, leadership development, organizational development, talent management and human resource experience Amy Rossi is committed to helping others develop the knowledge, skills, and desire to do great work every day. Amy graduated from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo with a B.S. in Recreation Administration and a Minor in Dance and has completed coursework in Adult Education through George Mason University. She is an educator, creator and a positive realist and is currently the Vice President of Talent Management at MicroStrategy. One of her first loves was dance and she continue to find happiness on a dance floor.
This episode is for you if you want some tips on how to balance work and life or take big risks.
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- Invite your neighbors over.
- Try taking a moment for deep breaths before your next big meeting.
- Break down a big goal into little leaps and take one leap.
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