Lynette Crane

Lynette Crane

I Bring Quiet Brilliance to Light!

Your company has leadership and innovative

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Travels from Minneapolis, MN (US)

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Lynette Crane
Lynette Crane - Motivational Speaker

I Bring Quiet Brilliance to Light!

Your company has leadership and innovative

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from Minneapolis, MN

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Lynette Crane

I Bring Quiet Brilliance to Light!

Your company has leadership and innovative

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from: Minneapolis, MN

For more information about booking Lynette Crane,
Visit http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/QuietBrilliance/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

THE DOUBLE WHAMMY EFFECT
Women and Introversion in the Workplace

Imagine: bright, competent, motivated people in 52% of the U.S. population face challenges in attaining leadership in our culture just because of who they are: Women! They constitute • only 14.6 PERCENT of executive officers • 8.1 PERCENT of top earners Their difficulty is compounded if they are also introverts, who constitute a little over 50% of the American population, yet are seriously under-represented in leadership positions because we live in an extrovert-oriented culture.. The combination of being a woman and an introvert can be stifling. It’s a Double Whammy! The challenge is compounded for women of color, who face "The Triple Whammy Effect." All of this is happening while the US is calling out for new sources of leadership! While a change in society about women and introverts in terms of leadership may be long overdue, introvert women need to be aware of what they can do to become visible and valued – without becoming extroverts. Extrovert leaders need to recognize how they can change the patterns and habits that may be screening out valuable leaders and allies. Presentation takeaways: • How introvert and extrovert brains work differently – and why we need both in the workplace • How to equalize contributions of both introverts and extroverts in group situations • The two top things introverts can do – or be coached to do – to become recognized for their excellence • How to turn the different brain processing of introverts and extroverts into an asset • Three things extroverts do – without realizing it – to stifle introvert creativity, and how to change that • Three things introverts do that create mistrust with extrovert colleagues – and how to create trusting relationships • How to set up a vibrant trusting environment in which productivity and innovation flourish