Jason Womack, executive coach to global leaders, visited campus last week to talk to undergraduate students and students in The School of Business & Management’s Young Executive MBA and MA, Management programs. Womack came to campus a few weeks ago to get a better feel for our culture and how our students could most benefit from his expertise. After returning last Thusday, March 17th he offered the following three tips for students:
1. Follow up with one new person you meet each week. Build your professional network long before you need to call on it.
2. Practice makes…comfortable. We do what we’ve done. So, if it’s time to do something new, it helps to practice on small things to prepare to perform on important ones.
3. Care. More. The world is a big place, and even though, we can play a big part by keeping our focus on what’s important to us. Care about that, learn about that, and share that with others.
Students can find his book about the importance of promise making called The Promise Effect here: http://www.tinyurl.com/TPDonAmazon. In addition, between now and June 15th, 2011 anyone can schedule a 30 minute call by visiting http://www.tungle.me/jasonwomack