Jennifer McClure

Jennifer McClure, DisruptHR Co-Founder – Communicate Your Personal Brand

Know your unique value and how to communicate that brand. Understand where you do your best work, so you can position yourself for impact and satisfaction. And so you can manage your career more intentionally.

Jennifer was a millennial before millennials were even around – seeking meaningful work and to make a positive impact in the world. She co-foundedDisruptHR with Chris Ostoich in 2013, which is now a global movement in over 140 cities, to spread ideas about the future of work, the workplace, and the Human Resources profession.

Book recommendation:  Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World by Michael Hyatt

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