Stephanie Angelo, SPHR, SCPMember
High Stakes Mastermind Groups
PO Box 6028
Chandler, Arizona 85246 United States
PO Box 6028
Phone: (480) 646-2400
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Stephanie keynotes and facilitates workshops on Strategic Thinking and Collaborative Accountability. She is a Mastermind group leader for enterprising people in a range of businesses from marketers to designers, financial planners, recruiting firms and physicians.
She’s about Traction not Transaction™ and helps entrepreneurs and solopreneurs grow and build their own increase sales, revenue and market share.
She has a unique talent for connecting people and creating collaborative relationships that result in quantifiable growth. She’s sought out for mastermind group membership so people, and their business, can benefit from her skills.
Stephanie is innovative and creates teams that make more money, blow away the competition and have better businesses as a result.
Stephanie has been a management expert for over 30 years and is experienced in dealing with people and their challenges including individuals who are dealing with crisis. She’s experienced in managing group dynamics, individual coaching and is skilled in diffusing emotional conflict and looking for consensus.
She knows a lot about goal achievement and takes that skill to her Masterminds. In 2014 she co-created the first-ever board game to address domestic violence – OUTrage™ – A Game to Recognize and Change Abusive Behavior. Stephanie co-wrote the true crime memoir Serrated. She has won several awards for her work.
Stephanie is a professional member of National Speakers Association and on the Board of NSA-AZ. She is also a member of Society for Human Resource Management. Stephanie was named a Finalist in the Best Entrepreneur – Service Businesses – Up to 100 Employees category for the 2011 Stevie Awards for Women in Business. She has dual US and EU citizenships and is able to travel and work world-wide.
She has dual US and EU citizenships and is able to travel and work world-wide.
~Most Requested Programs:
*The Good, the Bad and the Funny – Communication in the Workplace
*How to Make Workplace Accountability Cooler Than Your Competitors Do
*Mastering Strategic Thinking Skills for Maximum Impact in Your Organization
From the member's website:
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Areas of Expertise:
Facilitation & Facilitation Skills
Human Resources/ Labor Relations
sangelo - Updated: June 18, 2019