Why Are You Following Me? The Three Secrets to Being a “Viral” Leader

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Jen Coken, Author, Coach, MC, Speaker/Trainer, Comedian

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The great leaders of our time make it look so easy. Perhaps they were born that way or perhaps they read the right books. Neither is the case. Great leadership isn’t innate, and it can’t be measured solely by the actions you take. Great leaders understand that human capital is the greatest resource they will ever have. If you want to be the kind of leader people naturally want to follow you must learn how to build a great relationship with yourself, so you can build great relationships with others. Strategies you will learn: •Deal with the Facts, Stop Telling Stories: Learn to identify and let go of the stories you tell yourself about yourself, and the stories you tell about others. •Say Everything, That Matters: When you see someone going in the wrong direction, learn how to assertively and respectfully approach them and say what everyone else is thinking. •Empower Those Around You: Empowerment starts by looking in another’s direction – that is where growth happens. When you are looking in the same direction you will see new opportunities to collaborate – and empowerment then becomes a “power-source” relationship. Hear about the road map you can follow and questions you can ask to be able to implement three strategies. Come to this webinar to learn these tools and put them to work right away! Bio: Jen Coken is a life coach of 20 years who helps CEOs and entrepreneurs overcome their self-made limitations to reach new levels in their business and personal lives. Jen's first book "When I Die, Take My Panties: Turning Your Darkest Moments Into Your Greatest Gifts" chronicles the experience of coping with her mother's death from ovarian cancer, and shares Jen's core message that everything that comes our way is meant to teach us about ourselves. When she's not crafting best-selling books or speaking to audiences across the country, you can find her performing stand-up comedy, or, eating Nutella by the spoonful in the nearest grocery aisle.
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