How to Harness the Power of Introverted Leaders

The Conference Board of Canada, June 28, 2017
Recorded Webinar
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Did you know that introverts often make the best leaders by building on their quiet strengths? Jennifer Kahnweiler, Ph. D., draws upon her research and stories to demonstrate how introverts can succeed as leaders and work with, not against, who they are. You will learn about the characteristics of introverts and how they use the 4 P’s Process (Prepare, Presence, Push, and Practice) to achieve results in multiple leadership scenarios. She will also address how you, as a manager, can make your organization more “introvert-friendly” in order to tap into their power.

Webinar Highlights

During this 60-minute session, you will learn:

  • The unique strengths of introverts
  • Five challenges for introverted leaders
  • The 4 P’s Process of leadership success
  • The action steps HR pros can take to maximize introvert power

About Jennifer

Photo of Jennifer B. KahnweilerJennifer B. Kahnweiler, Ph.D., Certified Speaking Professional, is a global speaker and bestselling author based in Atlanta, GA. She is hailed as the "Champion of Introverts." Her books include The Genius of Opposites, Quiet Influence and The Introverted Leader (2nd edition coming out in 2/18), and her books have been translated into 15 languages. Jennifer has spoken in Germany, Singapore, Paraguay, Australia, Spain, the Netherlands and Japan. Her clients include GE, Cox Enterprises, NASA, CNN, the CDC, and The Canadian Association of Professional Speakers. She is a well-regarded faculty member of the American Management Association and she has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Forbes, and Time. Jennifer is also on the board of The National Speakers Association, Georgia chapter.

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