Gloria Mayfield Banks

What It Takes: The 10 Steps to Success

Whether you have a personal or a professional goal you’d like to attain, Gloria Mayfield Banks can help you get there. She has consistently beaten the odds to achieve phenomenal success in both her personal and professional life, despite considerable challenges. Using her firsthand experiences, Gloria will share the 10 specific steps for making a quantum leap at life and at work. With a mix of inspiration and practical advice, this session will help you shift your thinking to finally get the results you have been working toward. Read More

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Podcast: The Art of Decision Making with Gloria Mayfield Banks

Banks,-Gloria-Mayfield-220x300Weighing your options and choosing the best one is a form of problem solving, a skill that every leader and careerist needs. Good decision making doesn’t take genius-level intelligence though—just a focused mindset and prioritization.

In this practical and inspirational 30-minute session, Gloria Mayfield Banks (a favorite speaker of Conference for Women attendees!) explores what it takes to sharpen your decision-making skills so that you can stop agonizing or sitting on the fence. Click Play below to listen.
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Free Teleclass: The Art of Decision Making

Banks,-Gloria-Mayfield-220x300The Art of Decision Making
Tuesday, September 29, 2015
12:00-12:30pm CDT

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Weighing your options and choosing the best one is a form of problem solving, a skill that every leader and careerist needs. Good decision-making doesn’t take genius-level intelligence though—just a focused mindset and prioritization. In this practical and inspirational 30-minute session, Gloria Mayfield Banks, a motivational success strategist and trainer and author of Quantum Leaps, will explore what it takes to sharpen your decision-making skills so that you can stop agonizing or sitting on the fence. Read More

What You Really Need to Do to Move Up

Banks,-Gloria-Mayfield-220x300Do you undermine yourself when you talk? If you say “just” a lot (as in, just checking in or this will just take a minute), former Google executive Ellen Petry Leanse says yes. In her LinkedIn blog post, which got a lot of people talking this summer, she claims that women say the word a lot more than men, and that the tendency can undercut one’s clarity and credibility. Read More

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