Melissa Worrel-Johnson

Melissa Worrel-Johnson
Over her 18-year career, Melissa Worrel-Johnson has focused her efforts in leadership, talent development, and business strategy. Her diverse background includes entrepreneurial business start-ups as well as significant leadership roles in large corporations. Melissa started her career in franchising with two Curves for Women locations in Seattle, WA. While operating her franchise locations Melissa ventured into insurance. Being asked to move into a corporate role, she helped develop and mentor new agency owners in low market share states within the operating territory. This experience to recruit, train and develop new business owners where the brand was not widely known was incredible learning to share with business owners buying into new franchises and/or building their brand in any marketplace. After six years of working with new agents; Melissa transitioned to established agencies to assist them in growing their current market share, revamping their marketing systems, increasing profits, lowering expenses and improving client retention. Her final corporate role was VP Agencies for a mid-sized Midwest insurance company. Melissa believes we grow our businesses and profit through teamwork and people. People, purpose and passion will deliver profits. One of our biggest assets is how we lead our teams, develop our people and roll up our sleeves with people leadership. Are you ready? If you are, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us! contactus@yourclearnextstep.com
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Elevating Your Leadership

Posted by Melissa Worrel-Johnson on Mar 4, 2021 1:09:42 PM
As I reflect back on my leadership journey, which is still in progress, I find these 5 techniques serve me best, and with a little practice may help you.
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Topics: Leadership, Leadership & Influence

Building People

Posted by Melissa Worrel-Johnson on Feb 18, 2021 5:03:17 PM
Knowing our team does not mean crossing the line of being professional, it does mean taking time and energy to be genuine in getting to know our people.
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Topics: Leadership, Sinikka Waugh, Leadership & Influence

Mentorship vs Sponsorship vs Coaching

Posted by Melissa Worrel-Johnson on Sep 25, 2020 10:26:35 AM
Mentorship, Sponsorship and Coaching all have a different place in our lives. Before we get into why these relationships are important, let’s define them
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Topics: General Business