Level Up your Leadership: How to Define Your Unique Impact featuring LeeAnn Moss

March 8, 2021

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Level Up your Leadership: How to Define Your Unique Impact featuring LeeAnn Moss

Are you a leader? Chances are – even if you don’t see yourself as a leader – others are looking to you because of your unique impact on the world. Not sure what that impact is?








What does leadership mean to you?

Do you see yourself as a leader?

One thing that I found in my years of volunteering in community organizations, serving on nonprofit boards and in various work environments – is that many of us – especially women – don’t see ourselves as leaders.

Maybe it was the way we were raised to be helpers, to work behind the scenes and to stay away from the spotlight. Maybe we have this idea that a leader is someone who stands behind a podium and gives speeches. Or we equate leading with being bossy.

But I’m here to tell you that it’s very, very likely that others are looking to YOU for leadership. Whether that’s at work, in the business community, in your family, church or elsewhere. And that your version of leadership doesn’t have to look like everyone else’s.

And don’t just take it from me, today’s guest works specifically with women to help them define their unique impact and cultivate the skills necessary to level up – wherever they choose to lead.

About LeeAnn Moss

LeeAnn Moss is an executive coach, speaker, and founder of TWC Training, a coaching, and training company that works with mission-driven individuals to uplevel their leadership skills. Leveraging a strong career background in the legal field, LeeAnn works with leaders across the country on becoming assertive communicators to accelerate their success. In working 1:1 with clients from across the country, she creates custom strategies for their success, while sharing her tips and tricks on the most pressing issues facing the workforce today, such as achieving the ever-elusive “work/life balance”, maximizing your personal strengths, and effectively advocating for yourself.

LeeAnn is also the creator of Direct Your Day, a guide to helping women stay on task each day of the week. She currently lives in New Orleans, Louisiana and when not working (and not sidelined by COVID), you can find her on a plane heading off to explore a new destination, hanging out with her favorite friends and family, or having a spontaneous solo dance party.

In today’s conversation with LeeAnn, she shares…

  • Why working in the legal field looks almost nothing like what you see on TV

  • The importance of cultivating soft skills regardless of your job title

  • How to deal when your day job doesn’t align with your values

  • And how pursue your unique impact if you’re feeling unfulfilled at work



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