The Introverted Leader: Building on Your Quiet Strength

Jan 24, 2019

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The Introverted Leader: Building on Your Quiet StrengthThis inspirational and practical program explores how introverts can use their quiet strengths to conquer leadership challenges.Introverts ARE leaders. This inspirational and practical web event will demonstrate how introverts can use their quiet strengths to conquer leadership challenges. Extroverts and “ambiverts”—those whose personality type is between an introvert and extrovert—will also learn how to expand their leadership skills. All participants will discover how to use their natural style and flex to others.

Presenter Jennifer Kahnweiler draws upon her latest research as well as enlightening stories to demonstrate how organizations can harness introvert power. She will walk you through a well-oiled leadership and career development process called the 4 P’s. Learn how Preparing, being Present, Pushing, and Practicing can help us all become the leaders we were meant to be.

  • The differences between introverts and extroverts
  • Challenges for introverts in a Type A workplace and practical tips on how to overcome them
  • Particular challenges for women who are introverted
  • The 4 P’s process of leadership success and how women can use it to succeed in all types of work environments
  • How female introverted leaders in technology and other male dominated industries use their strengths
  • Customized suggestions to help your organization become a more introvert-friendly workplace
  • How to define action steps that can be immediately applied


Jennifer Kahnweiler, PhD., is a global speaker and author based in Atlanta, GA, who is known as the “Champion of Introverts.” Her bestselling books The Introverted LeaderQuiet Influence and The Genius of Opposites have been translated into 16 languages.

Jennifer has spoken at hundreds of organizations, including GE, NASA and the U.S. Embassy in Vietnam. She is a highly regarded faculty member of the American Management Association and was the “Madrina” (Godmother) speaker at the Universidad Americana’s Commencement in Paraguay. Dr. Kahnweiler has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times and Time magazine.