Lynette Crane, MA
President, Creative Life Changes LLC
Lynette Crane, MA, Certified Life Coach, is a Minneapolis-based acclaimed national speaker, trainer, coach and author who" brings Quiet Brilliance to light" Trained in psychology, she has more than 30 years' experience in her field.

She has over 35 years of experience doing training and speaking in human resources programs for such organizations as AT&T, San Francisco Unified School District, Veterans' Affairs Medical Center, and San Francisco Airport, as well as teaching at City College of San Francisco. Programs offered by her included Stress & Time Management, Teambuilding, Leadership, Gender Differences in Communication, and most importantly, Communicating Across Differences etc.

Her expertise lies in helping the "quietly brilliant" (aka introverts) master the social confidence skills necessary to achieve personal success, represent their companies effectively, and become innovative wisdom leaders. Such "quietly brilliant" people often immerse themselves in learning complex skills without recognizing that ultimately 85% of success is due to social skills, and only 15% to those technical skills they master.

They seldom make it to leadership roles because of their social invisibility and difficulty in "managing up."

Leaders, too, need to be trained to recognize this buried treasure and to develop it effectively. Lynette she has conducted training sessions for "techies" at such conferences as Sphere 360 (Minneapolis, 2014) and IT Symposium (St. Paul.2016), as well as training sessions for Great River Energy (Minnesota), a leader in the banking industry and a large financial services company.
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Social Confidence Skills for Quietly Brilliant People
Research shows that only 15% of success is due to technical skills, while 85% is due to our social skills. Our society increasingly calls for highly trained people who often lack these social skills to connect and communicate with others. The result-- The quiet person fails to thrive, to be promoted, to find a mentor, or to connect with other employees, clients and customers. It doesn't have to be that way; introverts, building on their natural strengths, can learn these important skills without becoming extroverts!
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Success Strategies for the Introverted Leader
Are you smart, thoughtful, inventive - and quiet and reserved? The stereotypical model of a leader in modern society is that of an extrovert, but more and more research shows that introverts can make superb leaders at all levels. Overcoming social stereotypes and learning to manage the personality trait of introversion for success is an important step in being recognized for your excellent work and ideas, promoted, and compensated for your true worth.
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Social Confidence Skills for Quietly Brilliant People
Research shows that only 15% of success is due to technical skills, while 85% is due to our social skills. Our society increasingly calls for highly trained people who often lack these social skills to connect and communicate with others. The result-- The quiet person fails to thrive, to be promoted, to find a mentor, or to connect with other employees, clients and customers. It doesn't have to be that way; introverts, building on their natural strengths, can learn these important skills without becoming extroverts!
Recorded Session Get life time access for one participant with download option!

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