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Coaching Quiet Professionals (virtual) Presented by Lorraine McCamley

  • 19 Mar 2020
  • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

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Attention: Now Virtual

ICFP March Meeting

Coaching Quiet Professionals  Presented by Lorraine McCamley

(1.0 Core Competency & .5 Resource Development CCEUs)

March 19, 2020

7:00 - 8:30 PM

Attention: Now Virtual

(no longer at The Inn at Villanova)

Quiet professionals--whether introverted by personality, cultural norms, or social norms--face many challenges as they try to develop into successful and authentic leaders. Some of the challenges are organizational in nature, but many are caused by the mindset of the quiet professionals themselves. In this session, Lorraine McCamley, owner of Boldly Quiet Consulting and author of the book, Boldly Quiet: The Introvert’s Guide to Developing the Mindset of a Successful Leader, will lead a discussion about how to understand, embrace, celebrate and develop quiet professionals without encouraging them to pretend that they are extroverts. Organizational roadblocks will be discussed, as well as the role that both the organization and the quiet professionals themselves play in diversifying the talent and succession pipelines.

Learning Objectives

  • Learn organizational roadblocks that get in the way of your clients' success

  • Learn how your quieter clients often limit their own potential through a mindset focused on how others perceive them

  • Learn the seven areas of focus that will help quiet professionals develop the mindset of successful leaders.

  • Identify, through self-reflection, any cognitive bias that you may have that could reduce your effectiveness as a coach.  

About Our Speaker

Lorraine McCamley s the owner of Boldly Quiet Consulting and the author of the Amazon best-selling book: Boldly Quiet: The Introvert’s Guide to Developing the Mindset of a Successful Leader. Lorraine spent years as an executive in the corporate world feeling that being an introvert was something to be ashamed of or fixed. She now coaches quiet professionals, helping them understand and embrace who they are so they can authentically and effectively lead others and prepare for that next step in their career journey. Lorraine is a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach and holds a master’s degree in organizational dynamics from the University of Pennsylvania.

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