OUTbio & Takeda: BRAVE Leadership, Intersectionality, and Allyship
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About the Event
This event will focus on BRAVE leadership, intersectionality and allyship, featuring Jen Croneberger. Jen is a widely sought-after 4-time TEDx speaker and thought leader. She is the Founder and Chief Inspiration Officer of JLynne Consulting Group, LLC. and the Human Leadership Institute. Most of her last 20 years have been spent instilling confidence and building deeper connections and awareness. Her Master’s Degree is in Sports and Human Performance Psychology and is a “Dare to Lead” Instructor. She holds certifications from the Harvard Business School in Sustainable Business Strategy, Diversity & Inclusion from Cornell University, The Science of Well-Being from Yale University and is currently a doctoral candidate in the field of Leadership. Jen was selected as an invite-only member of the Forbes’ Coaches Council for 2020/2021.
Jen has a podcast called the Possibility Project, and writes monthly columns for a variety of publications including Forbes. She published her first book in 2012, called “These Five Words Are Mine:”
Listed as one of the best Motivational Speakers in Philadelphia, PA and Washington, DC Regions and “2020 Power Women;” from Main Line Today magazine, Jen is a storyteller who will remind you that being authentic is about the most important thing you can deliver to the world.
The focus of Jen's talk will be:
B.R.A.V.E Human Leadership
How Compassion, Empathy and Belonging Will Change The World
This concept of love and compassion in the workplace is being written about in every business journal, magazine and online resource today and is a conversation that needs to be happening daily. We can move the needle on building workplace cultures of belonging by understanding three basic rules:
1. How a culture of belonging drives the bottom line and is good for business.
2. DE&I initiatives must be more than just checking boxes.
3. How we show up every day will effect the core of our business