Take Advantage of Your Quiet Strengths
Women who are introverted are continually asked to adapt to an often extrovert-centric, male-dominated workplace that rewards being out there and on stage. Many organizational cultures support those who talk about their accomplishments and who spend more time out and about networking instead of alone deep in thought.
Yet, thankfully, the world is changing. Women who are introverted have found their voice and the world is starting to awaken to the power of quiet influence. In this webcast, you will learn to tap into your natural strengths to make your own unique difference.
Join this insightful conversation with Jennifer B. Kahnweiler, Ph.D. ,CSP, author of Quiet Influence: The Introvert’s Guide to Making a Difference. She will explore:
- Why introverts are most effective when they stop trying to act like extroverts
- Four key challenges faced by introverted women in today’s workplace
- Five steps you can take to tap into your natural leadership strengths
- How to get the best out of introverted women on your team
- What immediate actions you can take to increase your power
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
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 Leader, Quiet 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.