Member Since 2020
Crawford Leadership Strategies, LLC
As a Certified Professional Career Coach, Certified Virtual Presenter and Leadership Development Consultant at Crawford Leadership Strategies, Joyel helps others expertly navigate every step of their career. Prior to her consulting career, Joyel supported professionals within all functional groups for 18 years at Verizon Wireless. Throughout her career she worked in Leadership & Executive Development, EEO/AA/Employee Relations, Staffing, Professional Mentoring and Learning & Development Training. She was a Manager of Management and Employee Development in charge of the Leadership Development programs for 30K employees. Joyel also hosts a podcast called “Career View Mirror®” and she’s the Bestselling author of her first book "Show Your Ask: Using Your Voice to Advocate for Yourself and Your Career." Born and raised in New Jersey, Joyel graduated Cum Laude at Elon University with a Psychology degree as an Isabella Cannon Leadership Fellow. Joyel obtained her MBA from Fairleigh Dickinson University with a concentration in Management. Joyel is a Certified Professional Career Coach (CPCC). She also holds PHR, SHRM-CP(retired), DISC, and Birkman Assessment certifications. She is a member of Forbes Coaches Council, Professional Association of Resume Writers and Career Coaches and the Society for Human Resource Management.
Having a deep understanding of yourself and your own goals can help prevent feelings of inadequacy.
To set first-time leaders up for success, organizations have to create processes that offer support and flexibility.
An exceptional leader is defined both by the accomplishments of their organization and their personal characteristics that contribute directly to that success.
While some may not see the appeal of continuously fixing what isn't broke, intentionally adapting in business can lead to new opportunities.
Keeping employees consistent connected to the mission and values of the organization means building a supportive work environment.
When you're having trouble buckling down and focusing, taking a step back to ground yourself can help you get back on track.
It's easier than ever to share information—which means leaders must take extra care to ensure that information spread throughout their company is factual.
Breaking down a goal into manageable steps can help reduce pressure and increase productivity.
I coach professionals get unstuck and learn to empower themselves within their careers in the Corporate World. I also help businesses develop empowered and results driven leaders through engaging leadership development training consulting and facilitation.