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Jennifer Potter

CEO and founder of Frankly, a business for businesses embracing change through their leaders. Jennifer is an inspiring, experienced, and accomplished culture consultant and leader development expert. Her work enables leaders and organisations to see and commit to the bigger picture and gain clarity on the essential activities required for a healthy and sustainable future.  Jennifer has worked as part of the Exec team in a FTSE 100 company for more than 15 years and knows first-hand the challenge leaders face ‘getting the job done’ versus ‘preparing the business for the future’. She is an Executive Coach, working to challenge performance and restore balance and often works with boards to develop leaders and implement empowered cultures.  Frankly takes a common-sense approach to developing leaders and has been working to support leaders at all levels for more than ten years.

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