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What does it mean to be an Outlier? In this week's episode of the In the Lead Show, I talk to NIiamah about what Outlier Leadership means. Do you want to bring something different to the world? Niiamah believes bringing your full self to the world is the way to be an effective leader.
Jennifer Tsang is an ICF Leadership Coach who partners with executives, leaders & everyday people to build more consciousness into how they lead their teams and most importantly, themselves. She believes that leadership is an inside out approach. As someone who has worked on her own personal development and self-leadership for over 15 years, she started her coaching practice in 2020 to help others discover how to lead themselves and grow professionally and personally. Today, Jennifer offers a wide variety of programs and services – from individual coaching, to group and team coaching, mindfulness programs and facilitated group conversations.
Niiamah Ashong is on a mission “to bring together a truly inclusive and empowered world” by helping leaders, brands, and organizations leverage their unique strengths on an individual and collective basis to drive change into the 22nd century. He brings this mission to life as the Founder and Sherpa of the Outlier’s Edge.
Niiamah Ashong transforms the high-performing, high-potential world-leaders of today into the leaders, brands, and organizations who will create a future distinct from both the present and the past. All of this is done through a mix of coaching, community, courses, and conversations that support human-driven leadership for business and impact.
Prior to coaching, Niiamah worked for the ad-tech company AppNexus in New York City, where he developed strategies and programs on global community engagement, company culture, and diversity & inclusion.
His experience in personal, professional, and organizational development began at Deloitte Consulting in their Total Rewards actuarial practice