Don't wait to start living the life you want in a culture of JOY and EMPOWERMENT that you create!  Start your journey right now!

Don't wait to start living the life you want in a culture of JOY and EMPOWERMENT that you create! Start your journey right now!

Once upon a time, I was everyone's favorite temp...

How does a musician become a culture consultant and coach for businesses and professionals?

It's actually not as big of a leap as you would think...

I went into music to inspire awareness and empowerment so that others could be positive agents of change in the world. 
Recently I’ve felt that I have more to give, and I’ve been looking for a way to use my abilities to reach a broader audience
and create more positive impact in the world.  

When I was working at various businesses through a temping agency to make extra money while building my music studio,
I realized that the skills I’d developed as a musician and teacher transferred powerfully into the business world.    

  • I learned quickly and was goal-oriented, finishing projects well before deadlines. 
    All that practicing had created neural networks that functioned more efficiently, as well as enhanced my abilities of forethought and planning.  
  • I could see how my work benefited the company and its employees, so I enjoyed coming to work and was happy to help where needed.  Performing in music ensembles taught me to notice and value my contributions to the group.  
  • I could set my ego aside; working together to meet a common goal was what I loved most about music-making,
    and that was the same in business!   
  • I had empathy and was thoughtful of others by consistently arriving early, being prepared for the workday, and being flexible enough to help others when needed.  Empathy, discipline, and awareness are cornerstone characteristics for any successful musician.  
  • I could communicate effectively, efficiently, and professionally.  As a music educator, I’d learned the importance and nuances of communication while working with students and educating audiences.  
  • I was internally motivated, not needing recognition or rewards.  Through music, I’d learned to enjoy the journey!  

As a result, I was everyone's favorite temp!  I was often offered a full-time job within hours or days of starting a new assignment.  

When I was first teaching, I had to figure out how to lead students who were just a few years younger than I was. 
I discovered that managing a music group meant always balancing between what the music needed to be great
and what people needed to perform at their best. 

I’ve since been able to build on my public education successes in my private teaching business and within performance groups. 
My studio attracts the highest quality students, the ones who win the best chairs in All-State ensembles and are offered full-ride scholarships,
and my community ensemble has received international recognition.  

With over twenty years of creating cultures of excellence in the music world,
I realize the value of environments built on a vision of empowerment and awareness. 
I've implemented the same strategies of culture-creating that I’d done in my business and ensembles
to evolve my own professional life into a renewed journey of joy and inspiration as a culture consultant and coach.  

I now help leaders create cultures of joy and empowerment, but my mission has remained the same:  
to inspire awareness and empowerment so that others could be positive agents of change in the world. 

When working as a temp, I also noticed a lot of businesses weren’t functioning as well as they could. 
The best employees were often leaving work they loved to do because of poor management and untenable work cultures.  

How does culture effect the workplace?  Here are just a few ways:

  • When professionals are invested in their work and can see how what they do affects the success of the business,
    they are more internally motivated to do their jobs efficiently and effectively, leading to increased productivity. 
  • While having meaning and purpose gives a sense of fulfillment and happiness,
    having a grounded vision and support disables the mental noise of negative self-talk and imposter's syndrome. 
  • Only in a culture that accepts vulnerability and humility, can honest feedback (and improvement!) occur.
  • When an employee is empowered and inspired, innovation and problem-solving soar!

That's just a sample of the amazing results a culture of joy and empowerment produces.

Schedule a no-strings-attached complimentary consultation with me today so that we can discuss how to create a more joyful culture for you!  

 

Ready to feel secure in your abilities?

    We respect your privacy.

    Unsubscribe at anytime.

    Want the guide without subscribing? Contact nancy@drnancywilliams.com