Ten Tips for Staying Healthy – No Matter What
I recently had the pleasure of giving a lunchtime talk – “Staying Healthy Under Pressure” – for the ABC News team in New York City. As it happened, the day I presented was the same day the United States announced the easing of sanctions against Cuba.
It’s a scenario to which virtually any hardworking person can relate. We are all pulled in so many different directions – work, home, family, community. And in the midst of all this, we also have to be thinking about our health…
How a Little Planning Can Go a Long Way
A little planning can go a long way, but what’s the recipe for success? First, you need personal vision and commitment to be successful. If you’re not personally invested into the task you’re faced with, it will become meaningless and you won’t follow through. In order to finish, you have to first be willing to give it your all, no matter how big or small it may seem, by beginning with the end in mind.
Good Days Start with Planning
We all have lousy days, and last week I had one of my lousiest. I embarrassed myself in a meeting, destroyed my company laptop and locked myself out of my car. My day began like any other. I got up and showered, brushed my teeth and then headed for the door. Seems like a perfect morning. So what went wrong?
Bipartisanship Means Everyone Wins
At Celanese, responsible chemistry and innovation are what we strive for. And as leaders in our industry we need to foster every possible opportunity to encourage our company’s continued growth and expansion. Which is why in the last several months the news out of Washington, DC is encouraging and may signal a new day for Celanese and chemical management in our country.
10 Years of Celanese Listed on the New York Stock Exchange
On January 30, 10 years after Celanese was first listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), Chairman and CEO Mark Rohr and 14 employees from around the globe met to commemorate this milestone and ring the NYSE closing bell. It was an honor and privilege to visit the world´s most prestigious securities trading floor. As an employee, it doesn’t happen every day to have a chance to spend a few days with the company’s CEO, and what’s more in such a special setting…
Everything I Know About Communication I Could Have Learned From Country Music
Do you like country music? I used to hate it. Every time it came on the radio, I turned the station. At least I used to until my 16-year-old son started listening to it. That’s been a good thing because now I see how much country music and good communication have in common…
Perspective of an Intern: My “Journey”
My name is Taylor Jensen. I have been an intern in the Human Resources department since January, and will continue this wonderful journey until April 3. I am excited to share with you my experiences and what I have learned in this role for the past nine weeks and counting.
How We’re Fueling Innovation around the World, Beginning in Detroit
At Celanese, we recently revved our engines and turned an exciting new corner in how we’re approaching trade shows. In January we debuted a new VIP Hospitality Suite at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, where we engaged customers in new and compelling ways.
How I Gave Up My Lunch and Became a Rockstar Reader
It’s hard to believe we’re already three months in to the new year. The resolutions and promises that we made with such zealous excitement on January 1 seem daunting and are slipping ever further down on your to do list…
5 Lessons Learned in Personal and Career Growth
In order to grow we must commit to owning our career development. To be authentic, we encourage a diverse and inclusive environment. At Celanese, we have found inspiration in our company value, Employee Growth, and seen how it can move us forward…