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Lynne Golodner is the Chief Creative Officer/Owner of Your People LLC (public relations, marketing, business development). She has been an Inforum member since 2012. Lynne Golodner was a journalist for 15 years before creating her company in 2007 to guide entrepreneurs, business owners and nonprofit leaders toward business growth through storytelling and strategic relationships. She is the author of 8 books, including the recent release, The Flavors of Faith: Holy Breads. She speaks nationwide about storytelling, relationships, faith, value and the bonds we need to be successful in life and work. She lives with her husband and four children in Southfield, Michigan. Her company, Your People LLC, can be found at www.yourppl.com. She blogs daily at www.lynnegolodner.com.
She will be discussing Powerful Female Leadership: Knowing Your Worth. This talk will focus on the two key areas where people most successfully grow business: story and relationships. However, knowing your true story and whom to tell it to are the challenges most people face. In this talk, we’ll look at what makes a good story, how much of the personal to include in the professional story, and how to determine key people and organizations to connect with toward true, mutual, lasting growth. Depending on time, we may also touch on knowing your worth and how personal value often leads us to discount our story and miss important connections. What is the core 1-2 sentences (no more) of your story that will make the difference in gaining (or losing) business?