- Understand the dynamics of personal leadership
- Image counts: Not just a matter of how we look and dress, it is a matter of the entire persona we present to others
Roz Usheroff a personal branding executive, working with leaders of Fortune 500 companies, executives, managers, sales teams and individuals.
Roz infuses her clients with the strategies and insights necessary to understand the dynamics of personal leadership.
She shares her extensive business acumen and entrepreneurial spirit to help develop present and future leaders.
Roz helps clients maximize impact, deliver results and distinguish themselves in today’s competitive marketplace.
Her extensive corporate client list includes SAP, J & J, Siemens, Loblaws, Bayer, Xerox, Pfizer, Frito-Lay, CIBC, NovoNordisk, General Mills, Northwestern University, Pratt and Whitney, Franklin Templeton, Manulife Financial, Irving Oil, Bank of Montreal, Sony, Xerox, and U.S. Department of Justice.
HBA, American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin, Society of Pharma and Biotech Trainers, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, AMA, Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce, ADP of Mississippi, IIAP, MPI, Westchester Chamber of Commerce, SHRM of Florida…
Roz has delivered her message on national television (NBC, CBC), radio and print.
Roz understands the challenges confronting professionals at all levels and is able to share through experience how you can increase your personal leadership, become more persuasive and learn how to become your best PR person for navigating your career.
Specialties: Leadership projection, executive presence, personal branding, executive coaching, image consulting, business protocol savvy, influence and strategic persuasion techniques, interpersonal skills, compelling presentation skills, team building, female focused assertiveness training and gender communication.
Books by Roz Usheroff
- Customize Your Career: How to Develop a Winning Strategy to Move Up, Move Ahead, or Move On
- Taking the Leap: Managing Your Career in Turbulent Times…and Beyond