My Future News
A Newsletter offered by My Future Consulting, Inc.
Executive Search and Recruitment Firm
Vol 1 August 2017
Anthony Fletcher2017 Event Planning Committee Chair for the Chicagoland Step Out
Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes
2017 Step Out: Chicagoland
9/23/2017 at Didier Farms and 9/30/2017 at Diversey Harbor
Check-in begins at 8:30am; walk begins at 10:00am
The American Diabetes Association’s Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes helps support the 30 million Americans facing diabetes today. Donations to the walk help to cover costs to spread awareness, increase advocacy efforts, fund life-saving research and provide access to community programs and free resources to support those living with diabetes.
This year, Anthony Fletcher, President, My Future Consulting, Inc.serves as the Event Planning Committee Chair for the Chicagoland Step Out event and his personal fundraising goal is $25,000.
“Every 23 seconds, someone is diagnosedwith diabetes! We are walking to stop diabetes and to make a difference for my friends, family and coworkers who have been affected by this disease,” exclaimed Mr. Fletcher.
To find out more information and donate to Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes click the link below today and go to DIABETES.ORG/MYFUTURE
ON THE MOVE
Jeffrey Tucker, former Merrill Lynch executive has joined Morgan Stanley as a Managing Director. At Morgan Stanley, Tucker oversees the firm’s regional sales managers.
Mr. Tucker is a top rungsales executive. A coveted division manager, he has extraordinarily managed hundreds of financial advisors.
“Jeffrey is an outstanding and accomplished Field Sales leader. His experience stretches back 20 yearsand he has successively added numerous senior positions since beginning his career as a Financial Advisor. We are extremely pleased to have worked with a person of Mr. Tucker’s stature to place him in his new role,” stated Anthony Fletcher, President, My Future Consulting, Inc.
Geraldine Mehu, formerly with Merrill Lynchhas joined Morgan Stanley Wealth Management Division as theExecutive Director, Branch Manager in New York City.
Ms. Mehu’s laudable career background includes supporting business groups within Wealth Management Solutions, positioning investments and advice, products, field investment, product communications strategy, and third-party manager relationships.
“Geraldine’s track record in Wealth Management is impeccable! Her flawlessness as an advisor and manager is unmatched. Her exceptional management of a team of specialists who serviced clients with portfolios of $10M and above is also notable!” We are confident that Geraldine will continue to make great strides in her new position with Morgan Stanley,” said Anthony Fletcher, President, My Future Consulting, Inc.
My Future Consulting, Inc. was recently selected by Galloway Ridge to conduct a search for a new Sr. Director of Resident and Community Engagement. Galloway Ridge is a nonproﬁt Life Plan Community located just eight miles south of Chapel Hill in Pittsboro, North Carolina. Galloway Ridge is a remarkable choice for inspiring, satisfying senior living.
The mission of Galloway Ridge is to provide each resident with superior quality of life and care. Galloway Ridge has all the features, amenities and security one could want.
“Galloway Ridge is an extraordinary senior living facility with an incredible staff that cares about every aspect of its residents’ wellbeing. Innovation,creativity and recognizing emerging trends in senior living are toolsused to create the best living environment possible. It is a privilege to have been selected to conduct this important national search,” expressed Anthony Fletcher, President, My Future Consulting, Inc.
To apply for the Sr. Director of Resident and Community Engagement position go to www.myfutureconsulting.com
TIP OF THE MONTH
Thank You Matters
Recently I had two head-to-head competitors with similar talents for the same position. One candidate sent thoughtful personalized notes to each person with whom he’d interviewed, within about two hours of leaving their offices. The other candidate sent nothing. Guess which candidate got the job?Of course, the one that sent the thoughtful, non-robotic thank you notes. They sealed the deal for him, especially considering the other front-runner sent nothing.
Consider crafting, original, genuine thank you notes (one for each interviewer) the moment you get back to a computer, following the interview. The speed with which you send the notes, and the quality, will make an impact.
Submitted by: Anthony Fletcher, President, My Future Consulting, Inc.