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Judy Mann

Communication, transformation and change are opportunities to foster relationships and bring people and brands together.

Judy Mann has been delivering marketing, communications and public relations services for more than 20 years. She is a highly skilled consultant and advisor with Judy Mann Communications, helping clients increase their communications and relationship capabilities as part of their personal development and business goals. The combination of her marketing communications experience, leadership experience and passion for her work gives Judy the capacity to cut through the clutter and deliver high quality, engaging work. Judy believes that skill development and continuous learning are synonymous with leadership at all levels and that communicating with meaning and authority is a skill that is learned. A former adjunct professor and instructor in public speaking and interpersonal communications, Judy knows that after 20 plus years, she is the leader, coach and mentor, as well as the student.
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You Are The Sum Of Your Experiences

I am proud of where I am today and who I have become. I am the result of all of my experiences -- the good, the bad, and the not so good. And, I wouldn't go back and change a thing. So, to those that I have worked with, worked for, and known throughout that almost 40 years of workplace experience, thank you. You are part of my whole.
05/04/2016 04:03 EDT
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Your First Impression Starts On Social Media

Not that many years ago the first time you were seen by other professionals and colleagues was in an interview, the first day on a new job or in a social setting. Now, it is common for people to Google you or find you on LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram or Facebook to gather up a first impression of who you are before job interviews, as your new position in a company has been announced, or after hearing about you from someone.
04/04/2016 03:12 EDT
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You Can Defeat Generational Stereotypes In The Workplace

I think that there are times where there is too much chatter, assumption and stereotyping against Millennials, Gen X and Baby Boomers. Rarely have I seen psychographics, infographics or descriptions that say "likely to," "can" or "may be predispositioned to" when it comes to behaviours. Instead, they are often written as facts and absolutes.
02/26/2016 12:44 EST