Technology is all about innovative ways of solving your customer’s problems, but I don’t have to tell you that. You’re living it every day.
Most tech teams are trying to improve time management, communication, hiring and retention, and building a dynamic and resilient company culture through the outside in and from the top down and it’s not working despite their best efforts.
Here are the symptoms that there is a more effective way to solve the ongoing challengings with your tech team.
- Having a hard time holding your team accountable?
- Not retaining the talent you want, and the talent you do have isn’t as effective as you would like?
- Experiencing a lack of collaboration with your individual contributors?
- Struggling with constantly moving targets?
When these things are happening, this creates ongoing:
confusion and frustration, sloppy releases, misaligned objectives, and exhausted people.
After working with leaders and their teams for over 20 years, I saw that real change happened when we targeted the source of these challenges and worked with the individuals through customized training and coaching around personal branding.
Why does this work? It gets to the root of the solution.
I approach coaching and training using personal branding as my foundation.
Why? When you know your personal brand then:
- Confidence improves because people know why they are unique and how to clearly leverage their personal brand.
- Contribution increases because people step up to the plate, own their careers, and contribute their unique value to the team.
- Collaboration is strengthened and everyone’s strengths are understood and leveraged.
- Commitment is reinforced as your people are more engaged.
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“The greatest value I have found in personal branding is the ability to coherently communicate what I bring to the table. The team management aspect followed fairly naturally, and while I did find benefit in the group team sessions I participated in, talking through with Jen the more situation-specific applications of my brand was even more helpful.”
I had the opportunity to work with Jennifer right as I was transitioning into the CTO role at NICE inContact. She functioned as a leadership coach to my leadership team and I over a period of several months. I was very impressed with Jen’s coaching and mentoring skills and my whole leadership team appreciated the many things she taught us. Any organization would be lucky to have a leader of Jen’s caliber join their team.
Jen has a unique, powerful, and proven way of coaching professionals to the next level. She helps her clients identify their natural strengths and their passions, then shows them how to bring them to the forefront of their personal brand and career contributions. I highly recommend her work.
Jennifer is what I call “the real deal.” She is a sought-after thought leader; her judgment is spot on, and her offering is cutting edge. I value her advice and her leadership at this critical time when personal branding and innovative ideas are so much in demand. Follow her counsel and be blessed!
There’s a reason my favorite question is, “What do you want to be known for?”
When people know what they’re great at, everything changes and that change ripples through the teams and the products they create.
My passion is to help you discover your unique factor and get out of challenges and into the things you’re passionate about: innvoation, solutions, and contributing what fulfills you. Everyone wins.
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