Poised to Lead During Pivotal Periods Series-"Follow the Leader in You"


Annette P. Johnson,


Annette is an accomplished global professiona l development strategist, leadership coach
for women, and diversity and inclusion champion with 30 years’ experience in a Fortune
100 firm as a corporate leader. Annette’s diverse background encompasses employmentrelated
dispute resolution, business ethics and compliance.
Annette has designed and facilitated programs for over 30,000 individuals across the U.S.,
Canada, Mexico, Asia and Europe. She facilitated professional development programs for
Prudential Financial, ESPN, National Association of Black Accountants, European Business
Ethics Forum, Ethics & Compliance Initiative, Rutgers University, Montclair State University,
New Jersey City University, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Salisbury University and
numerous non-profit organizations. Annette served as an alumni mentor for Women
Unlimited, Inc., an organization that helps women develop the needed skills and shifts to
become the next generation of top executives.
Annette’s professional development programs integrate ethical and inclusive leadership as
a critical business tool to accomplish strategic goals. She uses her extensive business
experience to help organizations identify professional development programs to drive
employee engagement and nurture inclusive cultures. Annette has a MS in Organizational
Leadership and is certified in MBTI, Civic Reflection, 360 Degree Feedback, Conflict
Resolution and Mediation.
Annette is the author of FLY: Forgive & Love Yourself (amazon) and currently hosts her new
Author, Global Professional Development Facilitator, Speaker



Leaders are expected to influence others to get things done. Self leadership requires one to consciously influence their own thoughts and behavior to make their vision a reality.
You will learn to define the eight essentials for self
Create an actioin step for each self-leadership essential

Cost: Free
Location: Webinar
Time: 10:00 am- 11:30 am
Contact: Marvin Jenkins
Phone: 410-546-1900 x104

Date: September 30, 2020

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