Hello everyone and Happy Holidays!
This is a quick note to thank you all for your interest and support over the years, and to offer you a holiday gift…
Get $100 off your Membership
For the rest of December you can join my Executive Mentoring Group and get $100 off your first year.
Just use the code GIFT100 at checkout
The Executive Mentoring Group
It’s been very exciting to see over the years that the membership has grown into a fascinating group of professionals from all over the world, all looking to expand their career opportunities and success.
Members get access to resources on a wide range of professional and personal development topics, as well as live group coaching calls with me.
We’ve had some wonderful breakthroughs in the last year.
It’s also great to be able to support people struggling with difficult (bad) bosses, political situations, shrinking resources, broken promises, and other challenges that we all run up against at one time or another.
I’m here to help you pursue the good stuff and survive the bad stuff.
If you’ve been thinking about joining, now is a great time.
Membership is also a great gift idea for someone whose career you care about.
In any case, I wish you a new year of more success and less stress.
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Patty is available to speak at your company, annual meeting, or customer event. She can also deliver a custom workshop on Leadership or Strategy Execution for your leadership team. Contact Patty.
Or if you would like some personal help on your own professional development, check out her Executive Mentoring Group. It’s filled with insights, resources and support to build your executive confidence, advance your career, and includes direct mentoring from Patty.
MORE ABOUT PATTY:
Patty Azzarello is an executive, best-selling author, speaker and CEO/Business Advisor. She became the youngest general manager at HP at the age of 33, ran a billion dollar software business at 35 and became a CEO for the first time at 38 (all without turning into a self-centered, miserable jerk)