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Known for her "You aren’t a robot so why do you sound like one when you introduce yourself?" keynote at TED 2018, Joanna Bloor guides her audiences through a conversation about why we should ALL have a human value statement in the 21st century and how you can get one of your own.
One of the unique and compelling components of Joanna’s presentation is her ability to perform “speed coaching” during her presentations. She draws in an audience member and, in a matter of minutes, has crafted a bold and compelling personal value proposition unique to that person. It’s amazing for the participants and educational to watch.
During the PGA TOUR’s Executive Women’s Day, there was this moment when Joanna brought a team member from a large bank to the stage for the big question “what do you want to be known for”, and over the next 120 seconds you could feel the energy shift in the room. For the first time in a decade, the woman’s co-workers actually saw her beyond the title. This very basic human need, to be seen, can get buried in who we think we should be at work and we lose the best of ourselves when that happens. Joanna brings it out and holds it up to be celebrated.
TED 2018 - Microsoft - Ernst & Young - Ellie Mae - C-Sweetner - Leading Women in Technology - Cartier - 21st Century Fox - PGA Tour - Cisco - General Electric - PayPal - Salesforce (Dreamforce 2016, 2017) - Women's Business Exchange Seattle - NABOW, San Luis Obispo - AIPLA Conference - Content Asia Conference - Davis Polk LLP - EO, San Francisco - StyleBee - WideOrbit - Women in Privacy & Security - Women's Foundation of Colorado - Women Executives of Mexico City - Yext - Women Who Code - Women in Retail