Miami Presents: Building Your Personal Leadership Brand

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What is your leadership brand?

Many of us struggle to answer that question.  However, your peers can answer it for you based on their experiences working with you.  But would they answer it in a way that reflects the professional person you want others to see?  Do you have a purposeful, powerful, authentic leadership brand that gets results?

Leadership Branding focuses on the impact and perceptions that are formed through interactions with you.  Our discussion will give you what you need to assess, and then begin to craft, a purposeful leadership brand that will position you for the impact, success and recognition for which you are striving. 

This talk will be geared towards helping students and alumni better position themselves in today's career market.  

Jennifer Gardner has 25 years of experience leading human resources and talent management in a variety of industries. Her experience in the C-suite uniquely positioned her to transition her focus to her consulting practice.  She provides executive coaching, team coaching and leadership development.  Her clients range from Fortune 500 companies to fast-growing startups.

Her mission is to help people and teams be their best.  Jennifer is a certified executive coach.  She also regularly shares her knowledge and insights as a speaker and facilitator. 

Jennifer received a Bachelor of Arts from Miami University and a Master’s in Labor and Human Resource Management from The Ohio State University. She is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and a member of the Society for Human Resource Management and the Human Resources Association of Central Ohio, for which she is a past president.  

There is no cost to watch this presentation online, but registration is required.  Please reach out to J.J. Slager,, with questions.