Helping Women's Associations Increase Their Impact
January 2022 – In late 2021, Liz served as an organizational sustainability trainer and coach to associations in East Africa which are working to increase the number of women in the energy sector through the Women in African Power initiative of USAID and Power Africa. The Ethiopian Women In Energy Association (EWiEn) – whose leaders participated in the training – featured the sustainability training on the second page of their 2021 third quarter report.
The NonProfit Times Article
Digital Storytelling: 5 Best Practices to Activate Supporters on LinkedIn
June 2021 – Nonprofit leaders are looking for new ways to interact and engage with their supporters and funders. To help them do so, in this The NonProfit Times article, Liz Ngonzi shares a few of the ways that Linkedin and the digital storytelling ecosystem can help to share your their organization’s purpose.
eCornell Keynotes Presentation
Telling Your Story for Professional Success: How to Align Your Purpose and Your Paycheck
May 2021 — As professionals, we are constantly being asked to convey our stories (“Tell me about yourself,” “What do you do?” etc.). In the wake of the pandemic, many of us have also been asking ourselves a similar set of questions. Watch this webinar to learn about how you more effectively respond to these questions.
Welcome, I'm Liz Ngonzi
As an international social entrepreneur, speaker, educator and executive coach, I am committed to amplifying the voices and impact of purpose-driven leaders worldwide.
Through Liz Ngonzi Transforms, I coach and teach purpose-driven leaders worldwide, how to define and tell their stories, accomplish their objectives, and align their paycheck with their purpose.
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Why Learning How to Tell Your Story Can Help You Align Your Purpose and Your Paycheck
Over the last year of remote work, Zoom school, and simply trying to stay healthy, many of us have been wondering about our careers, and about whether our current job allows us to be the best version of ourselves – for ourselves, for our families, and for our communities. Some of us have lost the jobs and titles that seemed to define us and are reflecting on career issues as a matter of necessity. But the solitude and isolation that we all experienced has brought up, even for many whose careers seemingly remain on track, questions like “What is my purpose?” and “Could I earn a paycheck in a way that enables me to fulfil that purpose?”
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