If you’re a Tar Heel, that means you never back down. You dig your heels into the ground like it was made of tar, and you stand your ground for what you believe in—and out here in Chapel Hill, we believe in Chapel Hill. We’ve got some real community pride and even our fire trucks wear that UNC baby blue. That “tar heel” attitude makes for strong leaders and shrewd visionaries who can stand their ground and inspire confidence in their team and their strategic vision.
Perhaps that’s why Chapel Hill has so many impressive local businesses, from the researchers that work in the Triangle, to our local foodies who draw in tourists and locals alike for a taste of real Southern fare (that Mama Dip pecan pie!). The aspiring leaders and visionaries in Chapel Hill are often equipped with a great educational foundation from UNC or other North Carolina schools, but if you want to get beyond the basics to really rise to the top of your field—whether that’s biomedical research or restauranteering—you’re going to need that touch of je ne sais quoi that sets you apart from the competition.
At Applied Vision Works, we work with individuals to develop an individualized program to help them reach their peak potential and meet their career goals. Maybe that je ne sais quoi is your ability to articulate goals to your team, or to develop a strategic vision to drive your company forward. Whatever your leadership strengths may be, we can help you recognize and cultivate them so they shine in the workplace. Even a diamond needs a little polish to get noticed.
Applied Vision Works has been doing business in Chapel Hill for years, and we’ve seen a lot of talent develop in this town. We’d love for you to capitalize on our industry experience and use that wisdom to attain your own professional goals. If you’re ready to get started with our leadership development and strategic planning programs, get in touch with us today. We can tell you more about our programs and come up with a plan that will bring you closer to your goals. Chapel Hill is brimming over with opportunity—don’t let it pass you by.
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