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Jennifer Fanz



Keynote - “The Power of Professional Presence”

Have you ever wondered what Professional Presence is all about? And whether you have it?
And even more, is it nature or is it nurture? Please join me for this informative, honest, and
tell-all session focused on:

  •  the importance of presence in furthering your career,
  •  breaking down the fundamentals to sharpen your skills, and
  • acknowledging and correcting some common pitfalls through real life examples

Presence is at the center of everything we do. It determines how we handle stressful
situations and plays a huge role in how we are received by others.
“People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never
forget how you made them feel.” – Maya Angelou

In this session, attendees will participate in a 60-minute interactive, transparent
conversation on the topic of Presence. Participants will hear about my real-life examples, stumbles and all, as well as several moments of reflection related to the topic. They will have opportunity to share personal experience and join in group conversation throughout
our time together. They will leave with an action plan focused on implementing small steps right away for personal growth and improvement.

Key Takeaways

  •  Common Pitfalls to avoid
  •  Small steps revealed that can be implemented immediately
  •  Improvements in Communication, verbal and non-verbal
  •  Building trust with others by how you show up, while being true to yourself.


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Micha Mims, President & Founder Value, LLC.      

Micha Mims, native of Cedar Rapids, IA, saw much success as a collegiate basketball player. After one year at Wayne State (Neb.) she transferred to Mount Mercy (Iowa) and enjoyed a decorated three-year career. She was a two-time first-team all-Midwest Collegiate Conference performer, three-time academic all-conference selection, and garnered two NAIA All-American honors. She has since been inducted into the Hall of Fame at George Washington High School and Mount Mercy University.

“A Culture of Connection”

There are many variables that have contributed to the recent evolution of human interaction anculture.The way we connect, communicate, problem solve, and succeed together has shifted and entails key development in essential competencies such as self-awareness, vulnerability, leadership,diversity,equity and inclusionA culture of connection is rooted in understanding yourself and your team on new levels to enhance trust and collaboration for a long-term sense of organizational identity and belonging.


Join us, March 16, 2023. Register today

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