With Starz now a public company, Anderson was one of the execs helping the company adjust to its new status. She also helps the industry’s HR initiatives as a whole, serving as president of the Cable Television Human Resources Association. In her free time, you’ll most likely find her outdoors—hiking, camping, fishing or antiquing and exploring Colorado and American History.

How do you define a successful career?  

If you are fortunate enough to have a position that is challenging, but fun, it is one you are passionate about, you love going to work every day, you goals and initiatives are supported by your leadership team, you have or have had opportunity to grow within your company, you come to work because you know that you are a positive influence and are contributing to the success of your Company, you have the opportunity to use your experiences to better the workforce for those that will follow, you are able to motivate and manage a team in way where they also feel good about their level of contribution and their own career;  then you work for a Great Company, and you have a rewarding Career that is the bridge to great things in your professional career, your community, and in your everyday life.

Best trick for maintaining the personal-professional life balance?

Learning when to say no, trust your team and delegate what you can to help maintain balance, without losing sight your team also is working and looking for balance.  Know with confidence when you can or cannot obligate yourself to an initiative whole heartedly.  Insure that goals for your team and for yourself include balance.

When not in the office, where are we most likely to find you? 

Most likely outdoors, hiking, camping, fishing etc… or antiquing and exploring Colorado and American History.

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