Joyel Crawford is a Certified Professional Career Coach (CPCC) Certified Virtual Presenter and Learning & Development Consultant with more than 20 years of experience in human resources and career management. She consults on effective leadership development skills with businesses and organizations, including The Muse, The New York Times, Humana, New York City Mayor’s Office, Kean University and Penn State University. She is a member of the Forbes Coaches Council, Professional Association of Resume Writers and Career Coaches and the Society for Human Resource Management(SHRM). Her career advice has been featured in Forbes, Essence, Huffington Post, The Muse, Girlboss, Thrive Global, Korn Ferry Advance, TES, and Next Avenue.
Leadership Development and empowering women to manage their lives before leading others are passion points for me.
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I left a six-figure job because I was unhappy and quite frankly burning out. I was exploring different options, but nothing planned out. A friend suggested that I start doing public speaking and telling my story to other professionals. I could help them move up the ranks within their jobs and be amazing leaders. I realized that's where my passion was. A year before I quit, I was contemplating what was next. My husband was consulting and suggested I do the same. I had the transferable skill set and the education but didn't recognize it. He did. So, I started Crawford Leadership Strategies in 2014.
I began my professional career shortly after graduating Cum Laude at Elon University with a Psychology degree as an Isabella Cannon Leadership Fellow. I obtained my MBA from Fairleigh Dickinson University with a concentration in Management. Prior to my consulting career, I supported professionals within all functional groups at Verizon Wireless for 18 years. Throughout my career I worked in employee relations, EEO/AA/employee relations, staffing, professional mentoring, and learning & development training.
How do you create opportunities to gain visibility and keep your brand and your efforts top of mind while working remotely? How do you stand out and carve a career path that may be unconventional? This webinar answers those questions and more. We’ll discuss the importance of Owning your Career and the value of visibility whether you’re working for someone else or for yourself. We’ll discuss how to be your whole authentic self while standing out in a good way. Finally, we’ll discuss the decision-making process to identify visibility projects and share creative best practices to make yourself more visible even when you’re not in the office.
Joyel Crawford spent 18 years in Corporate America being all things to all people and forgetting about me in the process. Upon early retirement, she was faced not only with the challenge of starting her own business while going on welfare but truly rising from the ashes of work burnout and self acceptance while dealing with Alopecia Areata. Joyel shares 4 easy steps that helped her take control of her life, put herself first and live the FABULOUS life of entrepreneurship.
How do you create opportunities for yourselves to gain visibility to grab attention to keep yourself and keep yourself top of mind. How do you stand out and carve a career path that may be unconventional? I discuss the importance of Owning your Career and value of Mentorship/Sponsorship. How to be your whole authentic self and making yourself stand out in a good way. What participants will learn: Understand why visibility at work is important, discuss the decision-making process to identify visibility projects and learn best practices to make you more visible at work.