Houston, TX (PRWEB) February 28, 2009
Mary Banks, Executive Coach and Organizational Consultant, will be featured on Total Career Success, an Internet show on VoiceAmerica Talk Radio Network, at 11 a.m. Central on Monday, March 2. The show is designed to inform listeners and encourage them to achieve their career goals by featuring experts and business leaders to provide advice on job search and career advancement. Mary Banks will share from her extensive experience as a human resources executive in the financial services and oil and gas industries and as an executive coach and consultant. Learn techniques to master change for career success by:
- Recognizing your change bullies
- Embracing your change drivers
- Becoming a champion of change
Mary Bank's firm W.O.W. Consulting Group focuses on leadership development, life and career coaching for leaders. She specializes in executive coaching, strategic facilitation, team coaching for top teams, designing coaching skills workshops for business and HR leaders, and delivering behavioral change support workshops for high potentials.
"Mary Banks is recognized internationally for her innovation and energy to engage people in effective change," Sheryl Dawson, co-host shared. "Over her career, she has demonstrated the very strategies she recommends - she practices what she preaches."
Ken Dawson, a show host added, "Mary is an accomplished Human Resources executive, coach and consultant who knows how to connect with people. She has a great deal to share from her own career transition and from her years of experience to help others navigate their career in uncertain times."
To listen to the broadcast, please visit http://www.voiceamerica.com and click on the Total Career Success icon. The show will air live at 11 - 12 noon Central on March 2 and will then be available as an archive on the web site or to be downloaded to MP3 players and cell phones.
Mary E. Banks, CEO of W.O.W. Consulting Group
Mary Banks is an executive coach and consultant with extensive experience and broad knowledge of leadership development, employee relations, change management and teambuilding. Her background includes coaching executive management teams on the people agenda for mergers and acquisitions, transition planning and staffing reorganizations. She has comprehensive experience in leading teams through national change initiatives resulting in organizational and job redesigns. Prior to her consulting, Ms. Banks enjoyed a successful 25 year career in the financial services and oil and gas industries. Mary is a sought after keynote speaker on women's issues and faith in the workplace and is author of several books on this vital subject. She has been involved in the leadership of several non-profit and civic organizations and served as President of the Houston Human Resource Management Association, one of the largest HR associations in the nation with over 1400 members. In addition to her coaching practice, Mary is an instructor at Rice University Continuing Education program. She is a graduate of Oral Roberts University with a degree in Psychology, holds a masters degree in management from Houston Baptist University and is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR).
For more information visit http://www.wowconsulting.com/.
About Total Career Success
Total Career Success, which is broadcast on VoiceAmerica, the world leader in Internet Talk Radio and is syndicated on World Net Radio, aims to engage listeners in new ways of thinking about their potential, their goals, and their future. The show hosts are Ken and Sheryl Dawson, principals of Total Career Success, Inc. and authors of Job Search: The Total System, 3rd edition. They have served corporations in outplacement and career development as well as talent management for 30 years in their consulting firm Dawson Consulting Group. The show presents guests who are experts in their fields to share the lessons they have learned in succeeding in their various areas of excellence and to discuss tips about a broad range of career issues, from specific career opportunities, to industries and workplace changes, to financial and advancement considerations.
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