Join us for our February Virtual Luncheon, featuring national speaker Nancy Marmolejo who will join us from the San Francisco area.
Leading From The Edge Of Genius: How To Ignite Your Greatest Strengths And Create A Culture Of Curiosity And Growth
Join Executive Coach Nancy Marmolejo as she helps you uncover your Deep Genius, the unique aspects that define your value and innovative spirit. You'll learn how to uncover your own hidden strengths and spot overlooked strengths in others so you can make the maximum impact in your work and your world.
By exposing these assets, you and those you lead will be better utilized, more motivated, and higher performing.
Learn how to “read” people and see their hidden talents
Discover habits and practices that cultivate curiosity
Open up lines of communication so your work flows and is more productive
Nancy Marmolejo is an executive coach who teaches leaders and teams how to tap into their Deep Genius, the hidden strengths we all hold that uncover our next levels of leadership capacity and problem solving. She’s committed the past 15+ years to uncovering what makes us great and putting meaning into what we create.
Dubbed a “professional paradigm shifter”, Nancy’s been featured in Forbes, Latina, Latina Style, The Huffington Post, Univision, Smart Money, Redbook, as well as many popular podcasts. Her coaching is straight-forward, compassionate, intuitive and strategic.
Nancy is a multiple award winner including the Anna Maria Arias Award for creativity and innovation in Latina-owned businesses, Entrepreneur of the Year from the Hispanic Business Women’s Association, and Woman of the Year from Alianza Indigena/Indigenous Alliance. She often speaks on leadership at diversity conferences and is known for her ability to connect audiences to their big vision.
A Bay Area native, Nancy grew up in a family business where she developed her strong work ethic and business acumen. Her first career was teaching language and literacy skills to immigrant youth in the public schools. She recently wrote a book about navigating grief in the world of social media and is working on another about creativity for leaders.