SMPS Lunchtime Learning Lab: You Say Find Your Passion, I Say Find Motivation

Wednesday, May 31, 2017, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM ET

You Say Find Your Passion, I Say Find Motivation
(May 31, 2017, at Noon EST).

Instructor: Kenda Salisbury, CPSM, Business Development Manager, Degenkolb Engineers

We all have those days. Sometimes, it’s hard to get dressed, make your way to the office, and focus on the tasks at hand. Even if it’s just once a year, it can hold you back.

If you’re like me, you’re tired of being told to find your passion, or do what you love. Not one person I know loves what they do every single minute of every single day.

So, how do we throw out those moments when we lack enthusiasm? How do we move forward and continue to achieve our goals? The key is to stay motivated. But staying motivated is different for everyone. Finding your way will help you unlock the doors so that you can continue to be successful.

Learning Objectives

During this learning lab, attendees will:

• Identify the behaviors that hold them back
• Learn motivation tips and tricks for success at work
• Discover habits to get and stay motivated

About the Instructor

Kenda Salisbury, CPSM, Business Development Manager, Degenkolb Engineers

Kenda Salisbury, CPSM, is a strategist, connector, motivator, and champion bologna wrangler…and sarcasm is one of her favorite tools. With more than 18 years’ experience in the A/E/C industries, Kenda has embodied every job title from marketing assistant to director. Currently, she is the Pacific Northwest business development manager for Degenkolb Engineers, a structural engineering firm with five offices along the West Coast. Kenda is a past-president of SMPS Seattle and a member of the inaugural class of SMPS University. She obtained her Certified Professional Services Marketer designation in 2004. In her free time, Kenda likes to read, hibernate, and cuddle with her cocker spaniel, Murphy.


Register now.
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/306008761660718593

Location

Contact

Natasha Moussavi
(703) 549-6117 ext 243
natasha@smps.org