Developing Your Authentic Leadership Story

Monday, September 19, 2016 Industry Leadership Series

Share Your StoryPlease join the Financial Women of San Francisco and Wells Fargo Women's Team Member Network to learn the art of leadership presence and storytelling in business. This workshop, led by instructors and coaches from the Berkeley Executive Coaching Institute, will enable you to build your authentic leadership presence by developing the content and delivery of a compelling leadership story — who you are, your beliefs and values, and your professionaland personal aspirations for the future.

Leaders must be able to inspire trust in others, they should be willing to reveal who they are and what they truly believe in. Through their leadership stories, they are able to share their life experiences, illustrate their beliefs and values, and inspire the people around them. A compelling story provides narratives, clear images, and emotions. It helps us relate, understand, and connect with one another in a way that facts and numbers alone cannot.

Leadership presence is the skillset that enables a person to motivate, inspire, and connect to the thoughts and feelings of others. It is not only for leaders, but for EVERYONE. In our interactions with people at work and at home, we take on different roles in different situations. When you are able to communicate as your authentic self, and engage in a way that connects with others, and align your intentions with others' perceptions, then you know you are bringing forth your authentic leadership presence.



Doy CharnsupharindrDoy Charnsupharindr, MBA
CEO, Facilitator & Executive Coach

Doy Charnsupharindr is an executive coach and an instructor of MBA-level courses on developing leadership, communication, and coaching skills. He has taught at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, UC Davis’ Graduate School of Management, the Center for Executive Education at UC Berkeley, and the Berlin School of Creative Leadership.
As an executive coach and consultant, Doy draws upon his prior professional experiences in management, customer service, business strategy, operations, and product management for the financial services and high technology industry. Today, he coaches and leads workshops for some of the largest corporations, nonprofits and governmental organizations worldwide.

Doy holds an MBA from UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business and a BA in Economics from Stanford University. He is a graduate of BECI’s Executive Coaching Institute. Growing up in a multilingual household and living both in Southeast Asia and North America, Doy developed a deep awareness for different points of view, which informs his coaching practice.

While at Stanford he directed a cappella group Stanford Mixed Company, produced an album, and won the 2001 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Award for one of his many arrangements. His love for the performing arts extended to other stages as an actor and a dancer, and today Doy uses his extensive performing arts experiences to enable others to develop their communication skills and leadership presence.

Susan HoulihanSusan Houlihan, MBA
COO, Facilitator & Executive Coach

Susan Houlihan is a leadership and communications consultant with 15+ years of engineering/business experience in Silicon Valley, CA. Susan’s experience includes: Lecturer for leadership and coaching programs in the Haas MBA program at UC Berkeley; Guest faculty at Anderson Business School UC Los Angeles; global workshops in a variety of Fortune 500 Companies, and Instructor in UC Berkeley Center for Executive Education for programs such as ‘High Impact Leadership’, ‘Experienced Manager Bootcamp’, ‘Engineer as Leader’, and ‘Leadership for Scientists’.

These programs utilize techniques from the theater and performance arts to develop heightened communication and inspirational leadership skills.

Additionally she is the COO of the Berkeley Executive Coaching Institute.

She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from University College of Cork in Ireland, an MBA from Haas Business School at UC Berkeley, and is a certified executive coach from the Berkeley Executive Coaching Institute. She leverages her 15+ years working in engineering and operations in the high-tech sector to bring a perspective that is firmly rooted in business applications.

She has worked with organizational levels from students to corporate executives across a variety of diverse cultures in Europe, Asia, North America and the Middle East.

Susan believes that everyone has undiscovered potential to be an authentic leader. She thrives in working with individuals and organizations, to enable people to realize their passion and create professional/personal situations where they are excited, happy and productive.

Members, earn free admission by volunteering to do an event writeup and include photographs. Contact Sandra Camacho for further information.

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