According to a recent Job Title Practices report*, businesses create official job titles for several reasons, such as to outline company hierarchy, to define job roles and to attract talented recruits. But as useful as job titles can be in the workplace, business coach, Daria Hanson has a simple word of caution for business owners and management.
'Be aware - an employee's true contribution to your business often has nothing to do with their job title."
Hanson is an entrepreneurial development coach, Joy of Business facilitator and global finance coordinator for Access Consciousness®, a set of life-enhancing tools practiced in 173 countries worldwide. She has enjoyed a successful career in retail sales, store management, business finance and executive leadership, and is quick to admit that she never worried about the title of each of her job opportunities.
'I have moved between front-line positions to executive roles and back again, several times. I never worried about the...
Daria Hanson is a business mentor, life coach, Joy of Business facilitator and global finance coordinator for Access Consciousness®, a set of life-enhancing tools practiced in 173 countries worldwide. After earning her degree in Economics and Management in her native country Russia, Daria began a successful career in retail sales and store management. At the age of 18, she moved to Canada and continued her career, diversifying into administration, business finance and executive leadership.
Through Joy of Business, a special program by Access Consciousness, Daria coaches entrepreneurs and business owners around the world, empowering them step up to their greatest capacity. An advocate of unlimited creation, Daria’s career and coaching is centered on the need to see beyond labels and to focus on possibility and contribution.
Less than half of all workers ever ask for a raise and close to 30% are uncomfortable negotiating salary. Does this sound familiar?
If this is something that you’ve struggled with yourself and you’re ready to see a bump in your paycheck, then here are three tools you can use to make that process easier.
First, let’s acknowledge that every job is a mix of aptitude and attitude.
Being good at your job is aptitude. We’ve all known people who are absolute workhorses, but who never seem to get that promotion. They keep their head down, nose to the grindstone. But while their job performance might be consistently better than some of their co-workers, they’re rarely invited into creative meetings.
Let’s assume that you’ve already got the right aptitude – now let’s look at your attitude. Your attitude is nothing more than your point of view. People who feel uncomfortable asking for a raise are usually experiencing a combination of...
There are numerous lies around money and what it means to have and not have money. What if we could shine light on these lies and go beyond - so we could have ease with money and having? Where do we function from the guilt of having as though it creates more possibilities for others? Are we asking for more than what we require and desire? Are we willing to stop asking for what you require and desire and start creating beyond your wildest dreams? Join Heather Nichols and her guest Daria Hanson for this conversation around money!
To listen to the full episode here: http://www.inspiredchoicesnetwork.com/media/femme-fatale-guest-daria-hanson/
Ecstasy is an extreme level of joy and what if it comes from perceiving, knowing, being, and receiving everything? Nobody talks about ecstasy.
It’s a banned and prohibited word just like sex! Why is that? Why is everything that brings joy … that creates orgasmic, joyful, creative, generative, nurturing and healing life…a forbidden fruit? …Just like a Femme Fatale …
A Femme Fatale is excited by choice and knows ecstasy. She is a woman who knows what she is capable of, and she will have it and be it, even if it means she has to lose everything and everyone she has in her life. She knows she will always create more. She has no fears… No limitations … No regrets.
Are You beginning to wonder if you are more of a Femme Fatale than you have been willing to acknowledge?
Daria Hanson is a rising International...