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Alexia Vernon

CEO at Alexia Vernon Empowerment, LLC

Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

6762 Followers

Executive (and Women's) Leadership, Public Speaking, Sales, and Talent Development Author, Speaker, Coach, and Trainer

Available For: Advising, Authoring, Consulting, Influencing, Speaking
Travels From: Las Vegas, NV
Speaking Topics: High-Stakes Communication, Executive Presence, Women's Leadership

Speaking Fee $10,000

Alexia VernonPoints
Academic60
Author215
Influencer68
Speaker6
Entrepreneur20
Total369

Points based upon Thinkers360 patent-pending algorithm.

Thought Leader Profile

Portfolio Mix

Company Information

Company Type: Service Provider
Media Experience: 10+ years
Last Media Interview: 11/03/2020

Areas of Expertise

Business Strategy 30.50
Change Management
Culture
Design Thinking 32.06
Diversity and Inclusion 68.22
Entrepreneurship 37.19
HR 32.78
Leadership 39.07
COVID19 31.40
Legal and IP
Social 34.29
Marketing 35.94
Public Relations 57.04
Innovation 30.89
Management 36.06
Mental Health 31.04

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Publications

2 Adjunct Instructors
College of Southern Nevada
LinkedIn
August 20, 2009
I teach multiple Introduction to Women's Studies classes for the college.

The College of Southern Nevada is the state’s largest and most ethnically diverse higher education institution, while also being a major economic engine for the region with an estimated annual economic impact of nearly $1 billion.
CSN, founded in 1971, is accredited through the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities and specializes in two-year degrees and workforce development that lead directly to high-demand careers or transfer to a university.

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Tags: Innovation, Leadership

John Jay College (CUNY)
LinkedIn
October 10, 2006
I teach a variety of Speech, Theatre, Improv, and Sociodrama courses for the Department of Speech, Theatre, and Media.

An international leader in educating for justice, John Jay College of Criminal Justice of The City University of New York offers a rich liberal arts and professional studies curriculum to upwards of 15,000 undergraduate and graduate students from more than 135 nations. In teaching, scholarship and research, the College approaches justice as an applied art and science in service to society and as an ongoing conversation about fundamental human desires for fairness, equality and the rule of law.

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Tags: Social, Management, Leadership

1 Adjunct Professor
New Jersey City University
LinkedIn
October 18, 2005
I teach a variety of courses for NJCU's Women's Studies and Interdisciplinary Studies Departments.

Situated on a beautifully landscaped campus in a vibrant urban community, NJCU provides top-quality education to over 8,500 students who reflect the dynamism of the University’s metropolitan Jersey City location.

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Tags: Design Thinking, Management, Leadership

7 Article/Blogs
Integrate Social Justice with Self-Improvement
Alexia Vernon
June 08, 2020
I believe we, as a society, must dismantle the white supremacy that is entrenched in our institutions and in our conscious and unconscious beliefs and behaviors.

We must elect and promote leaders who will lead us in this charge.

And we must also use our voices to become the leaders we are waiting for.

How we choose to use our voices, as coaches, consultants and business leaders, however, need not look the same for each of us if we want to play to our strengths and have lasting impact.

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Tags: Leadership, Entrepreneurship

Privilege and the COVID-19 Pandemic
LinkedIn
April 12, 2020
I’ve been thinking a lot today about how this pandemic is magnifying existing privileges (and giving rise to new ones) – particularly in the United States.

I love how many of us want to share inspiring messages and provide updates about how we are passing this time with our families. But as I think about many of the messages I’ve read and images I’ve seen this Easter and Passover weekend, it’s hard not to feel like many of us (and I’m definitely including myself in this category) are bypassing many of the hardships those a few homes or zip codes away are confronting.

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Tags: Leadership, COVID19

Why coronavirus isn’t permanent doom and gloom for speakers, trainers, and live event leaders
LinkedIn
March 26, 2020
This is a hard time for those of us who speak live. I have to remind myself several times a day that while I don’t know when this (when any of this) will end, it will NOT always be this way.

In the last week, I’ve worked on several client keynote speeches that are still slated to be delivered between March and June 2020 - albeit virtually.

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Tags: Leadership, Public Relations, COVID19

How to Stop Prospects from Ghosting You as a Coach, Trainer or Speaker
Alexia Vernon
February 06, 2020
There are certain times of the year when it can feel like as a coach, trainer or speaker that all prospects are ghosting you.

Like the week before Christmas, the first days of a new year or during a Mercury Retrograde.

But if you find that prospective clients, organizational decision makers and speaking bookers are consistently not responsive, it’s likely that your pitches, proposals and submissions are lacking something.

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Tags: Leadership, Entrepreneurship

Get Paid for Speaking As An Entrepreneur
Alexia Vernon
January 09, 2020
I have the pleasure of demystifying how to get paid for speaking and make more money as an entrepreneur – and showing coaches, consultants and experts how to stop making common mistakes as speakers.

I’ve been doing this speaking thing for 20+ years (since winning the Miss Junior America competition in college).

And, when I first started out (and, to be completely honest, for probably the next 10 years), I thought when you want to get paid for speaking, the Holy Grail was the high-paid keynote.

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Tags: Management, Leadership, Entrepreneurship

How Body Shaming Online Will Amplify My Voice
Alexia Vernon
December 05, 2019
During the two-weeks I ran Facebook ads for a recent launch, I experienced body shaming online so intense that I wanted to shove my six-year-old daughter back into my womb! For I fear what she, as a young woman growing up in a culture that has no problem weaponizing women’s bodies, is likely to encounter as she and her peers come online over the next few years

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Tags: Leadership, Business Strategy

Make an Audience Fall in Love with You in Your Speaker Bio – and On Stage
Alexia Vernon
October 09, 2019
The short answer is by quickly creating an environment for audiences to connect with you and your message.

While I support the idea that “other people’s opinions of us are not our business” as a way to minimize people pleasing and self-judgment, when it comes to speaking, other people’s opinions absolutely need to be considered (before they can be released) if our goal is to move people to take action on our important ideas.

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Tags: Leadership, Business Strategy

2 Books
Step into Your Moxie: Amplify Your Voice, Visibility, and Influence in the World
New World Library
October 16, 2018
Step into Your Moxie is a soul-stirring call to action to speak up for yourself and the ideas and issues that matter most to you. Dubbed a “Moxie Maven” by President Obama’s White House Office of Public Engagement for her potent approach to women’s empowerment, Alexia Vernon has helped thousands of women (and men) slay diminishing self-talk and speak with moxie. She has created a timely, refreshingly playful guide for women to communicate with candor, clarity, compassion, and ease every time they open their mouths to speak — in their careers, communities, and homes. Step into Your Moxie is the book women want by their side as they have that daring conversation, give an important presentation, run for office, or simply tell the people closest to them to step back from the boundaries they’ve trespassed.

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Tags: Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Diversity and Inclusion

Step into Your Moxie
New World Library
October 16, 2018
Step into Your Moxie is a soul-stirring call to action to speak up for yourself and the ideas and issues that matter most to you. Dubbed a “Moxie Maven” by President Obama’s White House Office of Public Engagement for her potent approach to women’s empowerment, Alexia Vernon has helped thousands of women (and men) slay diminishing self-talk and speak with moxie. She has created a timely, refreshingly playful guide for women to communicate with candor, clarity, compassion, and ease every time they open their mouths to speak — in their careers, communities, and homes. Step into Your Moxie is the book women want by their side as they have that daring conversation, give an important presentation, run for office, or simply tell the people closest to them to step back from the boundaries they’ve trespassed.

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Tags: Leadership, HR

1 Book Award
2019 Winner, Self Help: Motivational
New World Library
November 03, 2020
Award received from American Book Fest

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Tags: Leadership

1 Founder
Alexia Vernon Empowerment, LLC
Alexia Vernon
February 01, 2007
Alexia Vernon Empowerment, LLC is a family-led business, founded by Alexia Vernon in 2007, and co-run with her partner in business and in life, Stephen Oliveira.

Branded a “Moxie Maven” by President Obama’s White House Office of Public Engagement for her unique and effective approach to empowering women’s professional success, Alexia is the author of Step into Your Moxie: Amplify Your Voice Visibility, and Influence in the World. A sought-after speaker, coach, consultant and media contributor, Alexia is the creator and leader of multiple speaker training programs and has delivered transformational keynotes and corporate trainings for Fortune 500 companies and professional associations, spoken at the United Nations, delivered a TEDx talk on the future of feminism, and been featured by media including CNN, NBC, CBS, ABC, the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Inc., and Women’s Health.

A former biologist and environmental justice organizer with vast experience leading environmental consulting projects and teams, Stephen oversees client care, speaker bookings, corporate engagements, live training events and retreats.

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Tags: Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Diversity and Inclusion

25 Podcasts
Episode 206: Create Safety and Belonging for LGBTQ Clients, Coworkers and Family Members with Elena Joy Thurston
Alexia Vernon
November 17, 2020
One of my extraordinary clients, Elena Joy Thurston, is the Founder of The Pride and Joy Foundation – which is dedicated to LGBTQ diversity training and building self-awareness and safety in LGBTQ families and their allies.

(A graduate of The Spotlight Speaker Accelerator and current member of the Moxielicious Mastermind, Elena is also a brilliant speaker whose TEDx talk has garnered 40,000+ views in less than a year.)

There have been so many rich conversations over the last few months in communities and corporations around the U.S. about racism and white privilege – and our collective responsibility to address racism that is happening ideologically, institutionally, interpersonally and often, without us being aware, intrapersonally.

Unfortunately, there are far fewer complementary conversations about the unique, often-unaddressed needs of LGBTQ children and employees – and the rising rates of suicide in the LGBTQ community.

While working with Elena on her exceptional LGBTQ diversity training for organizations, I realized how much of what she is sharing is missing from (and needed in) conversations we, as families, are having – particularly with our children.

As Elena passionately shared during our conversation (which was initially recorded for our LGBTQ Family Town Hall), the more people that are practicing self-awareness, the safer the world is for LGBTQ people.

Whether you or your family members are part of the LGBTQ community, or you want to be educated about LGBTQ issues so you, your loved ones, and your company (and coworkers) can be better LGBTQ allies, you are going to learn volumes from our conversation.

In episode 206 of Moxielicious, Elena and I discuss:

How to talk about sexual orientation and gender identity within your family – whether or not family members identify as LGBTQ
How to make it safe for children (and grown-ups!) to ask questions about LGBTQ issues and terminology
What it means to be an LGBTQ ally irrespective of your age (and creative ways to build allyship into your family or organization)
How to utilize emotional intelligence in sensitive conversations with LGBTQ family members and coworkers
Specific tools to identify suicide risk in employees and loved ones – regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity

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Tags: Diversity and Inclusion, Public Relations

Episode 205: Integrate Social Justice into Your Coaching and Thought Leadership with Special Guest “Kaia”
Alexia Vernon
November 10, 2020
When my daughter Kaia inquired about who would be interviewing me on “social justice for coaches” during the last day of my Our Future is NOW interview series, I suggested… “You?” “If you get me out of math class,” she responded, “I’m in.” While I had no idea how my interview with Kaia on social justice for coaches would …

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Tags: Social, Public Relations

Episode 204: Expand Your Capacity for Growth, Visibility, and Profitability with Lisa Fabrega
Alexia Vernon
November 03, 2020
While a lot of coaches may use the word “capacity,” nobody talks about capacity as profoundly as Lisa Fabrega.

Lisa is a masterful leadership coach who helps ambitious people expand their capacity to handle more growth, wealth, and success. For more than ten years, she has helped entrepreneurs, corporate executives, Academy Award nominees, and Nobel Prize organization candidates break through boundaries that have been holding them back from their next level. Her signature approach enables clients to reach their highest levels of success and impact.

Lisa Fabrega has addressed thousands of people both on stage as a keynote speaker and through podcast interviews including The Unmistakable Creative, Her Rules Radio, and Tell Me A Story with Debra Silverman.

She’s also been featured on CNN, Yahoo! News and The Huffington Post. Lisa splits her time between Florida and California with her two rescue dogs, Luna and Sadie.

During my provocative conversation with Lisa Fabrega on expanding your capacity as a coach, we discussed:

What “capacity” really means, and why it’s so important to coaches, speakers, and leaders who want to succeed, scale, and serve
The 6 capacities female entrepreneurs want to strengthen to fully activate their power and prevent a business plateau
Important do’s and don’ts to create capacity to engage in important, potentially triggering conversations with our communities
Surprising signs of a scarcity mentality around money – even if you are a high earner – that are important to address
Critical capacity reframes to make if you feel like you are constantly hustling – particularly for visibility opportunities
Essential boundaries every entrepreneur needs to cultivate to ensure a consistently upward trajectory of business growth

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Tags: Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Public Relations

204: Expand Your Capacity for Growth, Visibility, and Profitability with Lisa Fabrega
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November 03, 2020
While a lot of coaches may use the word “capacity,” nobody talks about capacity as profoundly as Lisa Fabrega. Lisa is a masterful leadership coach who helps ambitious people expand their capacity to handle more growth, wealth, and success. For more than ten years, she has helped entrepreneurs

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Tags: Leadership, Marketing, Public Relations

203: The Mindful Millionaire Approach to Predictable Cash Flow and Greater Revenue with Leisa Peterson
Alexia Vernon
October 27, 2020
Mindful Millionaire expert, Leisa Peterson, is a Sedona-based author, business growth strategist, money expert, mindset coach and podcaster.  She is an internationally recognized authority on bridging the gap between financial freedom and human spiritual potential.

Leisa has a unique ability to draw from biology,...

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202: How Coaches Can Support Mental Health - Particularly for BIPOC Clients with Adrienne Augustus
Alexia Vernon
October 20, 2020
Adrienne Augustus, MPA has a unique, super valuable point of view on BIPOC mental health as a Black woman working at the intersections of mental health, corporate communications and media relations, and policing.

Adrienne is a mental health advocate and the founder of A Beautiful Mind Foundation Inc., a grantmaking charity dedicated to funding culturally competent mental health services for communities of color.

Adrienne began her professional career as an Emmy-nominated investigative television news journalist. In 2008, she left the industry and transitioned to public relations and corporate communications, but in 2016 she left the private sector to work in the public sector.

In addition to creating and running A Beautiful Mind Foundation, Adrienne recently stepped into a new role as the Media Relations/Mental Health Programs Manager for the City of Hyattsville Police Department in Maryland.

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Tags: HR, Public Relations, Mental Health

201: Create, Monetize, and Protect Your Intellectual Property with Jamie Lieberman
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October 13, 2020
Jamie Lieberman is not only a brilliant attorney, she also has saved my mind (and my bank account!) numerous times – including last year when I went through a trademark dispute. There is nobody more equipped to talk about intellectual property than her. She is the owner and founder of Hashtag Lega

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Tags: Leadership, Marketing, Public Relations

200: Moxielicious Season 2 - Covid, Cancer & the Call to Thought Leadership
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October 13, 2020

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115: Amplify BIPOC Voices with Cher Hale
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July 21, 2020
In the final episode (115) of the first season of Moxielicious, I’m joined by Cher Hale, the founder and director of Ginkgo PR – a boutique agency that believes in using public relations as a force for good. Ginkgo specializes in boosting visibility for underrepresented or marginalized authors,

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Episode 115: Amplify BIPOC Voices with Cher Hale
Alexia Vernon
July 21, 2020
In the final episode (115) of the first season of Moxielicious, I’m joined by Cher Hale, the founder and director of Ginkgo PR – a boutique agency that believes in using public relations as a force for good. Ginkgo specializes in boosting visibility for underrepresented or marginalized authors, experts, and entrepreneurs through comprehensive communication and media relations efforts.

During our rich conversation, we discuss Cher’s:

Advice to white folx who want to amplify BIPOC voices and minimize centering themselves during conversations on race and whiteness (especially when introducing BIPOC experts to their communities)
Top pitching advice for BIPOC listeners who want to connect their work to the racial uprising happening in the United States (and throughout much of the world) BUT also avoid being “the race expert”
Unorthodox tips for how all of us can do a better job of leveraging our publicity and media for business success (Hint: It’s all about creating mutually-beneficial relationships with podcast hosts)
Beliefs (which I share!) about how to use media and publicity as a vehicle for addressing social justice issues

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Tags: Social, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Diversity and Inclusion

114: Persuasive Presentations and Pitches with Connie Wilder
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July 14, 2020
In episode 114 on persuasive presentations and pitches, I (and you!) have the pleasure of hearing from executive and presentation skills coach, Connie Wilder. Connie Wilder is a bright, gifted, big hearted coach whose work is very synergistic with mine. She is the president and CEO of Wilder Coachin

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Tags: Leadership, Marketing, Public Relations

113: The Future of Talent Development with Marcelle Fowler and Leslie Riley
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July 07, 2020
Whether you are a coach, consultant, trainer or facilitator who works with organizations – corporations, nonprofits, small businesses, schools or government agencies. OR You lead talent development internally for your organization. I’m betting that you are wondering about the future of talent de

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112: Coach-the-Coach Episode with Anna Yen
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June 29, 2020
In the second coach the coach podcast episode of season one, I had the pleasure of speaking with financial coach, Anna Yen. Anna runs FamilyFI, a personal finance community dedicated to empowering and inspiring families to master a positive money mindset with confidence.  Her sweet spot is showing

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111: Storytelling for Changemakers with Stephanie Forté
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June 23, 2020
Whether you self-identify as a coach, consultant, business or thought leader – or you lead change as a nonprofit, social justice, or educational leader, you will really enjoy episode 111 on storytelling for changemakers. For more than 20 years, Stephanie Forté has been helping socially conscious

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110: Dr. Gertrude Lyons & Dr. Lynyetta G. Willis on Leading with Moxie in Our Families
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June 16, 2020
In episode 110, I’m joined by two extraordinary women, Dr. Gertrude Lyons and Dr. Lynyetta G. Willis, for a heart-opening, soul-shifting conversation on family leadership. If you’re anything like me, while you may be rocking leading with moxie in your professional life, you may find there are a

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109: The Online Course Junkie Epidemic
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June 02, 2020
In episode 109, I talk about something that really riles me up – the rise of the online course junkie epidemic. As I share in this episode, I DO NOT think that online courses are the Holy Grail – especially for coaches, consultants, learning and development professionals, and thought leaders. I

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108: Tonya Twitchell on CEO Forums, Corporate Speaking Opportunities, and Cultivating Resilience
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May 26, 2020
In episode 108 on CEO Forums, corporate speaking opportunities, and cultivating resilience, I’m joined by Tonya Twitchell – a Vistage Worldwide Chair, Executive Coach, and Speaker. Tonya embodies what it means to be a champion of people and possibilities. Tonya believes each of us has the potent

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107: The Dos and Don’ts of Pandemic Pivots
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May 19, 2020
In episode 107, I share my recommendations for how to approach a pandemic pivot. And, you’ll have to excuse me, because, in this episode, I use phrases like “navigate these unprecedented times” a few too many times! Typically, we pivot when the pain of staying where we are is finally becoming

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106: Coach-the-Coach Episode with Amy Cunliffe
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May 12, 2020
In my first coach the coach podcast episode, I had the pleasure of speaking with design thinking expert, Amy Sekhon Cunliffe. Amy has a background in design thinking and consults with private and public sector organizations to create customer experiences that stick by leading groups, teams, and indi

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105: Navigating Self-Worth Squalls
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May 07, 2020
In episode 105, we talk all about the importance of self-worth. What does it mean to have self-worth, and where does it come from? Whether we are an established thought leader or we are rising in our leadership and impact, one of our most important responsibilities to our people is helping them reme

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104: Juju Hook on Rebranding Midlife: Why Midlife is PrimeTime for Coaches and Consultants
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April 28, 2020
Juju Hook on Rebranding Midlife: Why Midlife is PrimeTime for Coaches and Consultants In episode 104, I’m joined by branding coach and strategist to midlife (PrimeTime) women, Juju Hook. After launching a successful online branding program and blog at 48 (and developing a following of more than 50

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103: From Coach to Trusted Thought Leader
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April 21, 2020
In episode 103, we talk about all things thought leader – and thought leadership. How do you go from being a good coach to a trusted thought leader?  We grow our audiences and we expand our platforms by doing our work in as visible of a way as we can – WITHOUT doing the work because we measure

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102: How to Find Your Voice and Be a Better Coach and Leader
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April 21, 2020
How do you find your voice and be a better coach?  As I share in this solo episode, so many of us are trying to find our voices. It’s beautiful. Yet tragic. Our voices shouldn’t be something we have to go outside of ourselves to discover. Plus, even if we find our voice – life won’t always

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101: Welcome to Moxielicious. Are you my podcast listener?
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April 21, 2020
Are you my Moxielicious podcast listener?  If you are a coach, consultant or business leader who wants to unapologetically speak up for yourself, your company, and the ideas and issues that matter most to you, then the answer is YES! This podcast is also designed for industry leaders (like you?) wh

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100: Moxielicious Season 1
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April 14, 2020
Moxielicious, hosted by Alexia Vernon, is the podcast for entrepreneurial and corporate leaders who want to unapologetically speak up for themselves, their companies, and the ideas and issues that matter most to them. It’s for industry leaders who have been called to develop the voices of their pe

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2 Speaking Engagements
4 Common Mistakes Currently Happening in Talent Development
LinkedIn
October 12, 2020
Whether you are an external coach or trainer unclear about how to market and serve organizations in talent development. Or, as an internal coach, trainer, or team/ organizational leader you recognize that talent development has stalled (or is not serving the most pressing needs of your organization), in this short video I'll demystify some disturbing talent development trends and what to do about them.

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Tags: Management, Leadership, Business Strategy

Avoid These Common Online Presenting and Engagement Mistakes
LinkedIn
September 15, 2020
Whether you are presenting online for the first time or you are an experienced virtual presenter looking to increase audience engagement, in this LinkedIn Live, learn simple tech and delivery tactics to maximize your online speaking success.

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Tags: Management, Leadership, Business Strategy

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OFFICIAL BOOK TRAILER: Step into Your Moxie by Alexia Vernon & speak with moxie in all areas of life
YouTube
August 13, 2018
▼ ORDER YOUR COPY TODAY (and grab some juicy, and free, book bonuses at StepIntoYourMoxie.com).

Step into Your Moxie is a soul-stirring call to action to speak up for yourself and the ideas and issues that matter most to you. Dubbed a “Moxie Maven” by President Obama’s White House Office of Public Engagement for her potent approach to women’s empowerment, Alexia Vernon has helped thousands of women (and men) slay diminishing self-talk and speak with moxie. She has created a timely, refreshingly playful guide for women to communicate with candor, clarity, compassion, and ease every time they open their mouths to speak — in their careers, communities, and homes. Step into Your Moxie is the book women want by their side as they have that daring conversation, give an important presentation, run for office, or simply tell the people closest to them to step back from the boundaries they’ve trespassed.

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