Rachel Druckenmiller is on a mission to humanize the workplace by building resilient, connected and compassionate leaders and teams. Through interactive virtual and in-person keynotes, workshops and trainings, she supports leaders and their teams to become more energized, engaged, and intentional.
Recognized as the #1 Health Promotion Professional in the U.S. in 2015, a 40 Under 40 Game Changer by Workforce Magazine in 2019, and one of The Daily Record’s Leading Women of 2020, Rachel is a national thought leader in the field of wellbeing and employee engagement.
Rachel has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Health Science. She is also a Licensed Thriving Workplace Culture Coach and Health Coach. She has worked with dozens of organizations, including Deloitte, Citizens Bank, Junior Achievement, and the American Heart Association and has been featured in Thrive Global, mindbodygreen and as a guest on over 30 podcasts.
In this digital age, as technology continues to take center stage, human skills and authentic, intentional leadership are more important than ever. A study of over 50,000 managers found that competence and technical skills were not the most important elements of strong leadership. It’s our human skills that make a difference.
This interactive workshop will empower and equip you with practical skills to boost your influence and impact, so you can be a catalyst for change and a more effective and connected leader. Leaders who implement the skills explored in this session will foster greater courage, curiosity and connection, and our workplace cultures will be positively impacted because of your future-ready, human leadership.
-Paige McFeely, Manager of Special Events, Junior Achievement of Central MD