Tiffany Dufu

​Tiffany Dufu is a women’s leadership expert and author of Drop the Ball, a book that shows women how to cultivate the single skill they really need in order to succeed: the ability to let go. She was also a launch team member to Lean In and served as Chief Leadership Officer to Levo, the fastest growing millennial professional network.

Topics Offered:

Drop the Ball: How I learned the art of achieving more by doing less (and how you can too). Tiffany shares her hilarious and painful journey from being the queen of domesticity to not knowing her kids’ shoe sizes today. And she offers new insight on why the leadership movement has stalled: Our cultural expectations about gender roles hasn’t kept pace with our economic reality. This is an inspiring and practical talk for overwhelmed women (and the men who love them) who need actionable advice on how to clarify what matters most and prioritize their to do lists so that they can flourish at work and in life.

Your Leadership Success Equation: How to advance your leadership in the workplace and in life. Tiffany shares the three most critical aspects of leadership success she has observed after coaching and training thousands of women and how individuals can execute their own personal success equation. This keynote has a gender lens but has frequently been adapted for various employee resource groups including African Americans, Latinos and LGBTQ.

Live Your Story, Discover Your Leadership: How to awaken your passion and purpose to successfully motivate yourself and others.  In every job Tiffany has had, regardless of sector, industry, or job description, she has relentlessly pursued one goal: A world in which women’s gifts and voices are fully harnessed for the benefit of all of us. Tiffany explores the correlation between passion, purpose and leadership success. She explains why most people don’t know what their purpose is, and how each of us can not only discover it, but unleash it to motivate ourselves and others.


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