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Discovering and Standing in your Authentic Voice | Live Webinar 1-18-2023

SHRM Recertification Provider | HRDQ-U

Receive one Professional Development
Credit from the Society of Human Resource
Management when you attend this webinar.

HRDQ-U is recognized by SHRM to offer
Professional Development Credits (PDCs)
for SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®.

Date: January 18, 2023 | Time: 2:00 pm EST | Length: 60 minutes


What does it look like when we acknowledge and utilize our Authentic Voice? A profound inner clarity and confidence emerges. A trust in the authority and relevance of our unique perspectives results in a willingness to speak up about what is important and required in order to ensure a workplace that is diverse, equitable, and inclusive.

In this workshop we’ll explore the difference between the voice used to “fit in and be accepted” and an authentic voice that fully utilizes skill, ability, and workstyle orientation. We’ll share the insights and experiences that shape our professional stance and build high-functioning, empathic, and graceful teams. And we’ll learn the guiding principles and process of Authentic Voice that culminate in a way to continually develop self-expression and mentor others, in the process.

Through a curated, scaffolded journaling process, each participant will collect insights about their lives that reside at the core of authenticity.

Begin the process of uncovering the personal stories your authenticity is derived from. Tap into an ability to show up beyond the biases of others without the need to validate, legitimize, or prove. Engage in Authentic Voice exercises that empower you to continue the journey of discovery within your professional community.

Who should attend:

  • Managers delivering training 
  • Independent consultants 
  • Training and HR professionals


Jennifer Dohr is an award-winning educator who left the classroom in 2022 to found Authentic Voice. Drawing on twenty-five years as a high school English teacher, she now guides adults on the journey of acknowledging their unique life experiences so that they can forge authentic relationships with the self and others. She is unconditionally committed to individual growth—personally and professionally—as each of us answers the question, “What’s my story?” Jennifer facilitates an extraordinary experience and incorporates poetry into her work as the best way to access deeper levels of discourse and self-awareness.

Jennifer has worked closely with students, faculty, and administrators at Harvard-Westlake School, where she was awarded the David Justin Rascoff Fellowship for Excellence in Teaching, and The Archer School for Girls, where she curated her scaffolded journaling approach to supporting students through the process of writing about their lives.

Some of Jennifer’s most touching stories from the classroom are featured in Time to Teach, Time to Reach: Expert Teachers Give Voice to the Power of Relational Teaching, by Nat Damon. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in English and creative writing from Allegheny College and a Master’s Degree in Education from Lesley College.

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