Connie Fowler

Employer Relations Manager

Connie Fowler

Connie joins us with a business administration background.  She began her operations career leading a team of 10 customer service / billing representatives with PennCorp Financial and moved to Lulu Enterprises during a high growth period, building their Customer Service department from one representative to seventeen over an eighteen month period.  Connie’s approach to operations starts with a focus on clients where quality of service is a top priority.  When it comes to people, she believes effective communication is key, and strives to create a positive and motivating environment developing strong relationships.

Connie received her Bachelor of Arts in Business Management from NC State Poole College of Management and her MBA from Meredith College.

“You can’t go back and change the beginning, but you can start where you are & change the ending”   ~C.S. Lewis

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An Education in Business

The Poole College of Management is proud to highlight the addition of Vikas Anand, associate dean for academic programs.  Please read full article here.

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Tips to reduce stress

I was recently provided with three ways to actively mange long term stress:

Think about 1 – 2 things that bring you joy, and do at least one of them each day.
Find 1 – 2 people who make you feel better …

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Women working in the triangle

Take a look at this article on 20 best companies for women to work in the Triangle. It is worth the read.

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Difficult Return-to-Office Conversations

This article brings up some good points about possible conversations that are happening (or will happen), and ways to approach them.

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How To Say No: 12 Different Ways To Say No Effectively

We’ve all been in that situation where we feel pressured to do something, whether it’s for work or in our personal life. An important part of being productive is knowing when to draw the line so we can focus on …

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Increasing your Motivation

Did the pandemic change what motivates you? Did previous motivations go away or change significantly? Do you find it hard to do things that seemed easy before? This article provides a few tips that might help.

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13 Ways To Authentically Foster Mutually Beneficial Relationships

The goal of networking is to make mutually beneficial connections with others. When developing these business relationships, approaching them authentically will give you the best chance of success, because people don’t like to feel like they’re being used or “sold …

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7 Tips for Making Happy Decisions about How to Spend Your Time, Energy, and Money.

This article is about making decisions for how to spend your time, energy and money. This article provides some highlights and ideas for how to do that in a productive and meaningful way:

 

Takeaway: there’s no right or wrong …

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Jenkins Graduate Programs Career Team Innovates and Excels During the Pandemic

When the pandemic hit, the Jenkins MBA Graduate Programs Career Center team put that drive for innovation to work.

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Tech Companies That Won the Pandemic Are Snapping Up M.B.A.s

Amazon, Zoom and others swoop in with job offers as some of the biggest traditional hirers of business-school graduates pull back.  View the full article here

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