The One Sure Way to Look Totally Competent!

Certified Coach and Professional Trainer, Joan Washburn, shatters the myth around the word “Help” and “Support.” Find out how to look totally competent – it’s not what you think!
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About Joan Washburn

Joan Washburn show hostJoan Washburn, ACC, is a master at coaching busy, professionals as they zero in on their top priorities, stop wasting their precious time and energy on things that don’t matter and produce the results they’re aiming for.

She also works with leaders of large companies as well as small business owners to deliver professional development trainings designed to produce resilient and productive employees, happy customers and increased profitability!

Her on-line programs are guaranteed to deliver practical tools and build essential skills her clients use every day both personally and professionally to succeed with ease and grace vs. stress and struggle. Her clients come to her because they feel a need for her expertise in accelerating results, managing change with ease, or there is something at stake and it is big!

Joan is credentialed by the International Coach Federation, a Licensed Trainer by the Academy for Coaching Excellence and a graduate of the Wharton Business School AMP.

Prior to starting Washburn Endeavours, LLC (WE) in 2006, she was the Vice President of Sales and Marketing for a division of Siemens Medical (PETNET Solutions), where she built a world class organization comprised of sales, marketing, product development and technical support specialists to address the growing opportunity and increasing competitive nature in the Positron Emission Tomography (PET) market.

At PETNET she led the development and implementation of a training program and the associated selling aids that resulted in a sales force consistently ranked #1 in the industry. She had $10 Million dollar P&L responsibility in 2005.

Watch Joan’s other episodes of Coffee Break with Coach Joan: Quick Tips for Busy Professionals.

  1. Excellent reminders on how to look competent. I try to surround myself with people who are able to complement my intentions and I ask for advice often. It is not only how I learn and grow professionally but it empowers those around me to feel validated. I like your verbiage tweak of using “support” versus “help”. Great episode!

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