"As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the
highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them."
-John Fitzgerald Kennedy
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December is always a busy month and like most of you my business
and personal life shift into overdrive as I begin celebrating
the holiday season. This year is no exception. In fact, the pace
felt even more daunting when I took a two-week personal leave
of absence from my business to tend to family after experiencing
the death of my beloved grandmother two days before Thanksgiving.
a result, I am behind in everything by about two weeks. This month
I had to evaluate and prioritize my options carefully including
whether to send out a December newsletter. Should I send the newsletter
out late or let the year go by without thanking all of you for
the impact that you have had on me personally and professionally?
Those of you who know me personally know that it is not in my
nature to let an opportunity like this go by.
So, I’ll keep it short and sweet. I want to personally thank
each and every one of you, my faithful readers, for your support
during the past year. As a way to thank you, if there is something
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In closing, I wish you much peace, prosperity and success in the
coming new year. Here’s to a fabulous 2006!
Little Gratitude Goes a Long Way in the Workplace
- This article
from the Washington Post offers tips for expressing gratitude
in the workplace.
Grateful All Year - Not Just on Thanksgiving - Can Make a Difference
to Your Health and Your Business -
The holidays can be a time of both joy and stress. This article
discusses how you can incorporate the practice of gratitude in
the workplace in order to create positive changes in your business
all year 'round.
Ladder is moving to a quarterly survey format. Look for our next
survey during the first quarter 2006. Have a question for Red
Ladder? Send to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ladder is growing and we are delighted to introduce our newest
team member. Please join us in welcoming Lori Grams, Marketing
Specialist, to the Red Ladder team!
in hearing Regina speak? Here are some of Regina's upcoming programs:
27, 2006, Deloitte Consulting, LLP, Your Professional ROI,
February 14, 2006, St. Thomas University, Networking for Success,
February 24, 2006, Financial Women International Golden West District
Conference, Her Place at the Table, Laguna Beach, CA.
for information on how to register.
Barr, President of Red Ladder, Inc., holds a BBA, an MBA and an
MA in human development. With over seventeen years in the financial
services industry, Regina has a broad range of leadership experience
in product, sales, and marketing. Red Ladder provides people development
services for individuals and organizations with a goal of developing
people and inspiring success. In addition, Regina has a special
passion for helping companies attract, develop and retain women
What our clients are saying...
Outsourcing utilized Regina Barr's services for a workshop at
our Annual Billing & Payables Summit. Regina was able to achieve
full participation from the audience and make the workshop enjoyable.
She was thoroughly prepared and left our clients with resources
to expand upon the information gleaned at the workshop. As one
participant stated 'Regina engaged the audience and her presentation
was entertaining as well as educational.' Regina stayed on track
and her creativity allowed us to develop a workshop that tied
in with our annual theme. I would highly recommend Regina for
workshops or team building activities. It takes a special skill
to make people feel comfortable enough to participate, and learn
while having fun. Her professionalism and task-oriented internal
motivation will ensure success every time." -- Debra
Kosch, Marketing Manager, API Outsourcing, Inc.
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