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We reached out to Jennifer to speak to leaders across our organization related to her books, The Introverted Leader and The Genius of Opposites. Jennifer’s presentation was very informative and engaging and a wonderful event for our organization.

It was a true pleasure to work with Jennifer to host this event for our organization. She took the time to learn about our organization, culture, and needs and crafted her presentation for us. Jennifer really went the extra mile to ensure the success of our event.

Rob Denton
Manager, Learning and Development, The Friedkin Group

Jennifer recently spoke on the topic of introverted leadership at my agency, and it was an informative, engaging and dynamic event! Our workforce is predominantly introverted, and many individuals struggle with marketing themselves for promotions, being heard in meetings, and using their voices appropriately to set boundaries and the like. Jennifer’s workshop provided thoughtful and insightful tips and tools to help introverts like my colleagues and me speak up so we may continue enhancing our professional skill sets and build strong relationships with others.

Glorimar Maldonado
Diversity Program Manager, United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)

Jennifer is a great facilitator and she is wonderful to work with! She presented a keynote and hosted a Master Class for leaders at different levels of my organization. She was able to take her content and integrate our desire for leadership development. The feedback was really positive from participants. I would highly recommend her!

Kailey LeMoel
Leadership Development Consultant at Government of Yukon

Thank you so much for your time with us yesterday where you were able to share your insights, knowledge and wisdom around being and working with introverted leaders.

People appreciated and were encouraged by how your session recognized and promoted the value of introverted traits. We also observed that there was strong engagement from a different group of people than would normally comment in large group sessions like this, which we were happy to see.

Chris Grinton
Senior Director, Customer Experience, Revenera

Jennifer is an amazing speaker and her series of books are increasingly important in helping organizations understand how to engage and get the most from their introverted workforce. Jennifer’s latest book, “Creating Introvert-Friendly Workplaces” provides realistic and achievable considerations to increase introvert inclusion. A must read for organizations seeking to maximize ideas across their entire workforce.

Rich Jacques
Vice President at Noblis

Jennifer did an OUSTANDING job presenting “The Introverted Leader” for us at Dakota County Technical College in a virtual format. We had 350 attendees and have received overwhelming positive feedback from those who attended. Jennifer presented with authenticity, energy, and enthusiasm, while keeping the audience engaged the entire time. When we asked attendees what could have been improved about the event, they said “Make it longer!” Thanks to Jennifer’s stellar Preparation, Presence, Push, and years of Practice, our event with her exceeded all expectations! Thank you, Jennifer!

Anna Voight
Associate Director of Student Life at Dakota County Technical College

We hosted Jennifer Kahnweiler today on our monthly Leadership Academy webinar for almost 200 leaders at NAES. Her discussion on the challenges of tapping into our introverts in the workplace was fantastic and really kept the group engaged, with lots of questions and follow-ups. Clearly this topic struck a chord with our team, and we look forward to engaging our introverts’ superpowers in the weeks to come. Thanks Jennifer!

Rob Simmerman
Sr Operations Director at NAES Corporation

Not only is Jennifer well-researched in her field of expertise on introversion, she is able to speak to it in a way that brings energy, relevance, and – dare I say – fun to the topic. I had the pleasure of facilitating a conversation on the insights Jennifer gained writing her newest book – Creating Introvert-Friendly Workplaces – and the impact of the global pandemic on the work experience of introverts as part of the Hudson Institute of Coaching’s monthly author series. Many of the Hudson coaches on the talk mentioned they found the session valuable. Thanks, Jennifer!

Michael Welsh Coaching
Manager & Leadership Effectiveness // Organizational Development // Learning & Development

Few people in the world are as equipped to comment on what is currently preoccupying introverts – and she is more than happy to puncture a few myths about what the pandemic has meant for them.

Matt Packer
Freelance Writer and Editor