This is the Part 2 of Winning at Work with Rebecca Pang. If you haven’t heard Part 1 yet, go back and listen to it. That is the episode right before this because you’d need that for context.
The starting point of winning is with our attitude. It is more of a philosophy than an outcome. Fixating on winning at all costs, and coming first in everything we do, presents impediments.
We win by being the best we can be, focusing on our improvement and recognizing the achievements we make along the way.
Today’s episode is all about how to win at work. I discussed extensively with Rebecca Pang what it really mean to win in the workplace.
Rebecca Pang is the Vice President, Commercial Financial Services at RBC where she leads a team of relationship managers with a focus on Asian markets in Toronto. They provide commercial banking services for example business loans, commercial mortgages, and cash management. She has over 20 years of experience in banking and other industries, including progressive leadership roles in strategy at Mckinsey Company, investment banking mergers and acquisitions at Merrill Lynch & some other Canadian Financial Institutions, retail channel analytics and corporate development, in Canada, U.S. and China.
Pang received her MBA from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business and later earned her Chartered Financial Analyst and Chartered Business Valuators designations. Pang currently serves as the board of Toronto Zoo, Yee Hong Foundation and was previously appointed as the Dean Council Member for Ryerson University Ted Rogers School of Management.
I invited Rebecca here to share strategies that newcomers, and immigrants can use to win in the workplace. This is one episode you should not miss and share with everyone you love.
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