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Ep.30 Juliette Okotie-Eboh, PhD: Shares Secrets to Getting the Most Out of Life

Juliette Okotie-Eboh, PhD has 30 years working in healthcare, city government, banking, international business and most recently over a decade as Senior Vice President for one of the largest gaming corporations in the United States. These varied professional experiences afforded her the opportunity to maneuver and achieve high levels of professional success.

In this podcast you will hear:

路 How she shook things up and moved her career to Africa

路 How she transitioned from the public to the private sector in the middle of her career path

路 How to bloom where you are planted

路 How to stay relevant

路  Why she mentors others  and the Ten Things She Knows

In “10 Things I Know” Juliette Okotie-Eboh, PhD shares the 10 things she’s come to know as truth in her first published book after a professional career spanning over 30 years working in healthcare, city government, banking, international business and most recently over a decade as Senior Vice President for one of the largest gaming corporations in the United States.

She’s taught on the university level, served on numerous civic boards and managed urban planning and international economic research projects. She’s directed work teams, reported to company Presidents and transitioned from city government work to non-profit and private sector assignments. These varied professional experiences afforded her the opportunity to maneuver and achieve high levels of professional success.

Her passion today is to share the “secrets” that shaped her journey to the “C-Suite” with others. She actively gives herself to mentoring women’s groups as well as training and developing mid-managers and line workers who are striving for more.

For more info:  http://thedrjuliette.com

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