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Why Judy ?
Judy Hoberman is President of Judy Hoberman and Associates, a company focused on empowering professional women. She is an international speaker, trainer, executive coach, author, radio show host and mentor. Her 30 years in business has given her both knowledge and a sense of humor about how men and women lead, sell, manage and recruit differently. She will enlighten you and help you learn how both genders can support each other’s successes in a more productive way. Her experience in sales and leadership has helped her clients realize the importance of building relationships, standing out and being the authority in their market.
Judy works with companies supporting their diversity and women’s initiatives in the areas of leadership, recruiting, training, coaching, mentoring and retention. She offers a training program that concentrates on women in leadership and the men who champion them, with emphasis on redefining culture. In her role as an executive coach and trainer, she is often described as “transformational.”
She engages her audiences with memorable stories and ideas that are easily implemented that same day. In 2016 she was a TEDx speaker. She is the author of “Selling in a Skirt”, “Walking on the Glass Floor”, “Famous Isn’t Enough” and brought 26 women together to write “Pure Wealth.”
She was named as a “Woman to Watch” for International Women’s Day 2019 from Thrive Global. She was awarded the Character and Integrity Award for her distinct and significant contribution to sales producers’ success. Judy was a finalist for the “Women of Visionary Influence Mentor of the Year” and was named one of the “Top 10 Women of Influence in Dallas” for her involvement in the community and entrepreneurship. Recently she was named as one of 14 sales pros building trust from LinkedIn as well as Coach of the Year from Powerful Professionals.
Judy’s mission…to help one woman a day by following an important philosophy- “Women Want To Be Treated Equally…Not Identically”®