In this episode Ken speaks to Jenn Lofgren, Managing Partner at Incito Executive and Leadership Development and author of The Inspired Leader: A Reference Guide. As a Master Certified Coach, Jenn is one of only 5% with this certification in North America. With over 15 years experience in coaching, mentoring, gap analysis, and strategic development Jenn is fortunate to be a partner with the Women’s Executive Network, contributor to the Forbes Coaches Council, MBA mentor through the Haskayne School of Business. She was recognized as one of Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women (WXN) in 2018. Learn how being present is the best tool a leader can use and how even Jenn can get uncomfortable talking about money.
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