Archive for: March, 2014

Positioning Yourself for the Marketplace

Positioning Statement The importance of your positioning statement and your personal marketing statement (Both of which must typically be the first things communicated in résumés when making initial contact with those who don’t know you.) Researchers have found that one of the most difficult things people have to do is to ultimately decide how to […]

‘Twitter-pated’? Put an End to Social Media OCD

Amplified global competition, rapidly developing advancements in technology, fluctuations of customer demand, and a destructively turbulent economy have produced lean organizations. To thrive in today’s economy it takes focus, motivation, determination, and follow-through to maintain competitive advantage. Overcoming the inertia of competing priorities, energy drainers, and the three ‘P’s – Pleasing, Procrastination, and Perfectionism requires […]

Personal Branding in the Twentyfirst Century

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“I don’t care how much power, brilliance, or energy you have, if you don’t harness it and focus it on a specific target, and hold it there, you’re never going to accomplish as much as your ability warrants.”— Zig Ziglar “In today’s fast-changing business environment, responsiveness – quickness, agility, the ability to adapt to changing […]

Victoria Krayna BIO

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Implementing new operational systems, I have saved hundreds of thousands of dollars, employing operational improvement initiatives in order to improve cost position, productivity, efficiency, quality, customer service, and overall performance. I have managed operational functions for start-ups, market expansions, and turnaround ventures. Recognized as a high energy strategic higher education professional, my core strengths are […]

Death of the Corporate Warrior

Organizations that have survived the economic Armageddon confront unprecedented levels of complexity and amplified expectations from customers, employees, stakeholders, and society. Nefarious corporate leaders have hidden behind promises of improved consumer services while navigating excessive global competition, rapidly developing advancements in technology, vehement fluctuations of customer demand, and a destructively turbulent economy by intentionally victimizing […]