Fourteen years of working in highly competitive international corporations will teach a person a lot about relationships, politics, and the "natural order" of things. There's no one way to the top of a respective field but there are tactics that many people employ to build trust and to make sure their hard work doesn't go unnoticed. How to Wine With Your Boss teaches you about positioning, tact, and how to tool your passions.Wine is Tiffany Yarde's story. For much of her career in accounting, marketing, and human resources, she has used her wine knowledge to connect with people. In How to Wine With Your Boss, readers are taking through her journey of how she built relationships with colleagues who didn't come from where she came from or necessarily saw the world through her lens. She gives readers an opportunity to build professional development skills while demystifying wine enthusiasm and potentially helping readers gain a new curiosity on the subject. People don't grow in isolation; they grow in community, so join Tiffany on this wine trip through grape regions, styles, and wine parties. While on the road, she ll share the bumps hit, and the resilience she fostered along the way.
|Publisher:||Prodigy Gold Books|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.41(d)|
About the Author
She is the founder of Motovino, an organization at the intersection of professional development and wine education. Motovino is where people come together to obtain business skills while gaining an education in the fundamental art of wine. She has taken development strategies from the legal sector and repackaged them into replicable tools that can bring adults exponential success in their careers when applied effectively. She has positioned many of the smartest minds for achievement and lives with the purpose to help many others do the same.
Tiffany is based in Brooklyn, New York and has spent her life watching this gorgeous borough change before her eyes. She has an undergraduate degree from Fordham University, a Master's degree from New York University and a Level 2, with distinction, certificate from the Wine Spirits and Education Trust. She is also a member of the Society of Wine Educators and enjoys frolicking through vineyards around the world, entertaining friends, and curling up with good books.