Dory Wilson, Founder of Your Office Mom.

Dory Wilson, Founder of Your Office Mom.

 Photo credits: Lacey Seymour Photography

Photo credits: Lacey Seymour Photography

Hey there!

I'm Dory, the Founder of Your Office Mom. I'm glad you stopped by. You know, it blows my mind that you're still facing many of the same work challenges I did long before you were even working. To me it doesn’t matter if you’re working for “the man” or you’re an entrepreneur. And, I don’t care if you’re sitting at a desk, walking the floor, driving a vehicle, standing near a register, creating something cool, or meeting with clients all day, you need work advice based on experience, not speculation. That’s where I come in.

I’ve worked for nonprofits and large corporations as an individual contributor and an executive. I’ve been a sole proprietor and had a side hustle. I’ve worked in an office, and worked from home, leading a global team. And, during my thirty-year career, I’ve had the pleasure of mentoring, counseling and training thousands of people during theirs. Now, I am here to help you. How?

Read the Blog for original articles about life at work. You’ll find practical advice and instructions to go along with it. Click Advice Column to ask a question, and you’ll receive personalized advice (likely more than you expected).  Read the Articles for insights on how to start, build your business and brand. Schedule a Coaching session for personalized attention. And, since we’re all in this together, please share YOUR advice when reading the archived Q&A.

Oh, and one last thing, don’t forget your goals. You have three:

  1. Get noticed

  2. Get ahead

  3. Stay ahead

P.S. I promise this is sure to follow @yourofficemom on social media. I’m everywhere you are (but not in a creepy way of course).

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