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Cultivating Your Leadership Presence. Presented October 21, 2013 by Jo Miller CEO Women’s Leadership Coaching, Inc. Jo Miller. @jo_miller. CEO, Women’s Leadership Coaching, Inc. Helps emerging women leaders create a roadmap for their career advancement.

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cultivating your leadership presence

Cultivating Your Leadership Presence

Presented October 21, 2013 byJo MillerCEO

Women’s Leadership Coaching, Inc.

jo miller
Jo Miller

@jo_miller

CEO, Women’s Leadership Coaching, Inc.

  • Helps emerging women leaders create a roadmap for their career advancement.
  • A leading authority on women’s leadership, Jo delivers more than 60 speaking presentations annually to audiences of up to 1,200 women.
  • Helps companies cultivate a pipeline of qualified and engaged emerging women leaders.
  • Has traveled widely in Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Middle East to deliver keynotes and teach workshops for women’s conferences, professional associations, and corporate women’s initiatives.
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The Emerging Leader’s Quandary

You can’t get a higher level job without leadership experience…

But you can’t get leadership experience without the job.

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“Be famous for something!Know what is your

claim to fame.”

- General Manager

exercise
Exercise:

What is your ideal leadership niche?

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“Be authentic about your own leadership style. Don’t try to change it.Own it. Communicate it. Put a value on it. Put a brand on it.”

  • Dr. RohiniAnand,SVP, Global Chief Diversity Officer, Sodexo
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Analyst

The change agent

Program Director

Go-to leader for corporate strategy

Identifies, nurtures& catalyzes talent

Collaborative leader whodelivers results

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“Make your brand scalable.”

  • Krista Thomas,VP Marketing, Fan Appz
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Ask yourself:

  • Where do I want to be in 2 years? In 5 years?
  • What brand presence do I need to become known for now, in order to get there?
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Your brand must evolve as you develop your career

Entry-level brandsValuable contributor. Team-player. Specialist. Go-to person.

Mid-level brands Strategist. Innovator. Change agent. People motivator. Project leader. Subject matter expert. Fixer. Turnaround architect.

Senior-level brands Visionary. Thought leader. Leader who develops leaders. Rainmaker. Charismatic leader. Quiet Leader.

Delivers results

exercise1
Exercise:

What is your leadership brand statement?

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Results = Reward + Recognition

Results = Reward + Recognition

+ MAKE THEM VISIBLE

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5%

3 Steps to Making Your Value Visible

  • Work Less
  • Work hard on the right projects
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“Make something great happen.No one tells you to do it by the appreciate the results.”

  • Nina Bhatti, Startup Founder
make a career defining contribution
Make a Career-Defining Contribution
  • Showcase your brand
  • Demonstrate your ability to deliver valuable results
  • Directly support your organization’s strategic plan & goals
  • Improve the “bottom line”
  • Solve a big problem
  • Push the cutting edge in your field of expertise
  • Perform a specific, not general role (Expert track)
  • Expose you to a new department, function or client (Management track)
  • Sharpen business acumen & leadership skills
  • Contribute to special projects sponsored by key executives
  • Participate on special task forces and committees.
exercise2
Exercise:

Identify possible career-defining contributions.

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5%

3 Steps to Making Your Value Visible

  • Work Less
  • Work hard on the right projects
  • Promote your accomplishments
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“You must self-promote in a way that is authentic to your brand.”

  • Helayne Angelus, Principal, Kalypso, Past President of NEW
how to promote accomplishments
How to Promote Accomplishments
  • Present in meetings. Invite leaders.
  • Send out a newsletter or regular status updates
  • Submit article to your organization’s or your industry’s newsletter
  • Write a blog, or paper for publication
  • Share best practices
  • Ask to be nominated for an award
  • Ask a colleague to “toot your horn”, and reciprocate
  • Speak at conferences, on panels, in the media
  • Forward kudos emails with “FYI”.
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5%

3 Steps to Making Your Value Visible

  • Work Less
  • Work hard on the right projects
  • Promote your accomplishments
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“There is nothing untoward about being honest about what you do well. Your company cannot fully appreciate how to leverage you as a resource if the company does not have visibility into what your unique talents are. So, don't deny that of your company.

Get out there. Make sure that people see you. Make certain that they know what you do well. And while you're doing that, make sure that you're lifting some other people up as you climb.”

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Cultivating Your Leadership Presence

Presented October 21, 2013

Panel of Industry Leaders

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Deana BishopVice President, Central Region Warehouse Retail Sales, Coca-Cola RefreshmentsThe Coca-Cola Company

ginnie roeglin senior vice president ecommerce and publishing costco wholesale corporation

Ginnie RoeglinSenior Vice President, eCommerce and PublishingCostco Wholesale Corporation