Join us on Thursday, March 7 for a WISE Twin Cities lunch at Dale Carnegie and hear from Jennifer Huber on “Maximize your Potential in 2019”.
Date: Thursday, March 7
Location: Dale Carnegie Offices
Address: 4938 Lincoln Drive, Edina, MN 55436
Lunch will be provided.
“Maximize your Potential in 2019”
Jennifer Huber from Dale Carnegie Training will facilitate an engaging session to help each of us consider where we might have further opportunity for growth in overall personal development, how we present, network, and build internal and external client relationships. In the session, you’ll learn a useful new concept to improve your connections, focus on your 2019 development goals and have a chance to intentionally network with other WISE members.
Jennifer Huber is the Market Director of Dale Carnegie Training in the North Central States. Dale Carnegie Training is represented in all 50 of the United States and more than 80 nations worldwide. Currently, Dale Carnegie Minnesota is ranked the #2 team in the world behind Taiwan.
In her role, Jennifer acts as the firm’s conduit for large project conversion and uncovering new business development and marketing opportunities. She has formerly managed the Dale Carnegie Training client development team as well as all public programming and community relationships. As a brand advocate and supporter of internal and external clients, Jennifer partners with clients in areas including; sales leadership, confidence & influence, executive presence, change readiness, and virtual teaming. Jennifer has led our successful 8 year partnership with Twin Cities Society of Human Resource Management and the Mpls/St. Paul Business Journal.
Jennifer began with Dale Carnegie Training as a senior consultant managing the downtown Chicago and downtown Minneapolis territories. In both markets, she won the National Sales Award as Rookie of the Year. Over the years, she has placed among the top 10 sales managers worldwide for Dale Carnegie Training.
Before joining Dale Carnegie Training, Jennifer spent nine years in the hospitality industry, where she opened a Starwood Hotel on Chicago’s famous Michigan Avenue. That hotel was ranked the top Starwood Hotel in the nation of the year during its first year of operation.
Jennifer has been an active advocate for diversity and inclusion awareness community for more than 20 years, volunteering for the Jeremiah Program in Minneapolis, and original founding board member of TORCH and Chicago House.
As a mama to two hilarious preschoolers, dance parties and walks around Lake Harriet is a regular event in the Huber household.