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Commitment to Character

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Achieving Success from the Inside Out

With guests: With guest  Authors, Jean Watterson and  Maryanne McGinn 

From Wall Street to Main Street, the boardroom to the mailroom, no matter what business you're in, personal character has a major impact on professional success. Commitment to Character holds up a mirror and, if you're willing to look, shows you your unique character blueprint.

The importance of good character is nothing new but has seemingly been all but forgotten in the 21st century business world. Talent will take you to the top, but it's the quality of your character that keeps you there. Commitment to Character shows you how to become an invaluable asset anywhere you work and to finally achieve the success you've been striving for.

On this show we will speak with our guest on ways to amplify the character traits that serve you best as well as tone down those that might be holding you back.

 

About The Guest

Jean Watterson is a talented management and marketing executive who has achieved notable success in multiple business environments. She has produced successful results in complex and challenging situations such as corporate restructuring and product repositioning.  Ms. Watterson's efforts have led to millions of dollars in contracts, substantial gains in efficiency and productivity, and dramatic operating cost reductions for her clients.  Ms. Watterson holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management and is a Dame in the Order of the Orthodox Knights Hospitaller of St. John.

Maryanne McGinn is a Master’s level psychologist, a Ph.D. candidate in clinical psychology, and an expert in the field of behavioral medicine/health psychology. Her holistic approach to behavioral change includes cognitive-behavioral techniques as well as an emphasis on the mind-body-spirit connection of her clients.  

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