Tuesday, November 29, 2016

How Motivational Speakers Can Help Employees

As the president of Health Mate, Inc., in Southeast Michigan since 1999, Dr. Sandra Schiff has provided individuals and business with various services, including training, consulting, and coaching. Additionally, Dr. Sandra Schiff has served as a motivational speaker at local and national conferences.

Motivational speaking in a business context can bring new perspectives to employees in several ways. By encouraging employees to think about their own experiences and “dig deep” for inspiration, motivational speakers can enable them to overcome “mental block.” In doing so, they can potentially come up fresh ideas and new approaches to long-standing problems, perhaps some of which may have seemed insurmountable.

Additionally, if your business notices a drop in sales and profits, a motivational speaker can help increase its sales. With fresh ideas and strategies, in addition to a healthy dose of optimism, employees can get back on track and generate additional revenue for your business.

Thursday, November 17, 2016

The I Rise Family Empowerment Program

Dr. Sandra Schiff brings more than 30 years of experience to her role as president of Health Mate, Inc. Dr. Sandra Schiff gives back to her community by sharing her skills and experience with organizations such as the YMCA of Metropolitan Detroit, where she serves as an I Rise Family Empowerment Program (I Rise) personal coach.

I Rise supports working parents using a combination of financial and career coaching, motivational tools, and child care support. Each month the life/career coach present a motivational forum addressing topics important to working families such as career advancement, raising college-bound kids, finding your purpose, budgeting, resume strategies, and other topics regarding successful family life. By providing a range of resources, the program empowers families to achieve more for themselves. 

The staff works with the parents of children currently enrolled in YMCA child care. Participants typically have annual incomes between 100 percent and 200 percent of the national poverty level.

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Wayne State Receives Ranking of 67th in US Academic Quality

Sandra Schiff is a part-time professor at Wayne State University. Working as an adjunct faculty member, Sandra Schiff teaches in the Wayne State University School of Social Work.

Wayne State University has been ranked 67th in academic quality in the United States. Wayne State University also ranks 225th world-wide. This prestigious honor was based on the number of publications produced in higher education institutions. Wayne State was listed as an A+ school, the second highest rating behind A++. In the United States, only 37 universities are ranked as A+, among which are Purdue University and Brown University.

Wayne State University is one of the most renowned urban research universities in the United States. Over a recent 90 day period Wayne State received over $33.7 million in research grants, including awards to study "the use of buprenorphine in combating relapse in recovering opioid users," "improving asthma management in youth," schizophrenia research, "HIV prevention among youth," "environmental influences on child health," to "develop a data-driven health informatics system for addressing health challenges," a study of PTSD, a grant to "advance the understanding of Alzheimer's and dementia," and a grant to "impact Detroit public school students' interest in STEM," science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

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For nearly two decades, Dr. Sandra Schiff has served as the president of Health Mate, Inc., in Southeast Michigan, where she provides car...