What to Say, And What Not to Say, with Dana Manciagli
Dana Manciagli is a three-time breast cancer survivor and currently living with Stage IV metastatic breast cancer. Her identical twin sister, Tracy, also battled breast cancer three times and cancer took her life in 2014. As a result of Dana’s experience as a patient, survivor, advocate, and caregiver, she is profoundly passionate about early detection, research advances, government funding and inspiring everyone touched with any type of cancer. Special Guest: Dana Manciagli. Sponsored By: Genentech: Genentech, a member of the Roche Group, pursues groundbreaking science to discover and develop medicines for people with breast cancer. Learn more at [gene.com](https://www.gene.com/).
Talking About Gaps in Your Career - Working and Thriving with Stage 4 Breast Cancer with Dana Manciagli
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Talking About Gaps in Your Career - Working and Thriving with Stage 4 Breast Cancer with Dana ManciagliBook to read: https://www.amazon.com/Change-Way-You-See-Everything/dp/B000MKYKIGContact info:https://www.danamanciagli.comhttp://jobsearchmasterclass.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/danamanciagli/https://twitter.com/danamanciagli
Dana Manciagli joins The Career Cue with advice to ace your interviews. Named a top “Women of Influence” in Seattle, Dana lives and works in Puget Sound where she serves on the Worldwide Board of Junior Achievement. She is also a breast cancer conqueror, received her MBA at the Thunderbird School of Global Management in Arizona, and speaks fluent Spanish. Dana shares her life with Mathis, is immensely proud of her two grown sons, Shane and Chad, and loves to golf and travel the world. Thanks for listening! [Subscribe]: http://thecareercue.com/follow [Book Club]: http://thecareercue.com/grow [Newsletter]: http://thecareercue.com/newsletter
Your Happiness, Your Job with Dana Manciagli - MGW #4
Mighty Good Work
GUEST: Dana Manciagli -- Global Career Expert: Speaker and Private Coach www.DanaManciagli.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/danamanciagli Over decades, Dana Manciagli amassed skills and insights into good work and career wisdom while working at such companies as Avery, SeaLand, Kodak and Microsoft. Now, she gives others the benefit of that wisdom as an author, blogger, keynote speaker, career coach, and global career expert. Earlier episodes of this podcast have focused on leadership’s role in great work in our companies. Dana Manciagli is here to talk with your host Aaron Schmookler about what each of us can do to insure that we’ve got Mighty Good Work.Reboot yourself by changing jobs, by jumping division to division, location to location, or company to company. Here are a few highlights from our conversation with Dana: Make choices! Don’t let your work happen to you. Be deliberate. Figure out what you like, and pursue only what you like. You can’t be all things to all people. Make choices. Sometimes they’re tough. You don’t have to get it absolutely right. Make a call and take action on it. “What are you waiting for? You have a vision. You know what you want to do next. Why aren’t you doing it?” Don’t rely on your boss to make you happy. Ask yourself, “What was this week like? Did I do my best? Treat my people well? Make good choices?” Take regular accounting of your own performance against your own standards of excellence. Expect greatness. There’s a lot of boss bashing out there. Stop bashing the boss. It only hurts your career. Business revolves around relationships. Rule #1: Build the relationship with your boss. There’s a “we factor” and you’re role in the relationship is equally important. It takes two. YOU have tremendous power in yourself -- through your choices -- to have good work wherever you are. Put in the work that it takes to enjoy work! Don’t be stuck.Take action to get to joy at work! If you need a private job search coach, contact Dana through her website or through LInkedIn. http://DanaManciagli.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/danamanciagli
How to Make Strong Connections (interview with Dana Manciagli)!
The Marketing Mentor Podcast
Marketing Mentor, Ilise Benun, chats with Dana Manciagli, CFC 2013 speaker (Cut the Crap, Start Networking!) and 30+ year corporate veteran who is also building a freelance business as a speaker/author. This wide ranging conversation goes from how looking for a job in the 21st century is a lot like being self employed, to rules for moonlighting while building a freelance business, to networking tips for introverts.