Juliet Hall is the owner of Juliet Hall INC, a leadership consulting firm based in Atlanta, GA. She is a respected advisor and leadership consultant as well as an emerging, compelling voice on the topics of self-maximization and inclusive leadership. She is licensed by Chick-fil-A, Inc. to teach the Chick-fil-A SERVE Model (Copyright 2001 CFA Properties) and has presented to a range of industry audiences in business, education, tourism and ministry nationally and internationally. Juliet is a former 20-year corporate agent of two US billion-dollar brands, Chick-fil-A and Wachovia Bank (Wells Fargo). She is a graduate of Spelman College and the Terry College of Business at The University of Georgia. She is annually recognized as one of Atlanta’s top Black women of influence and excellence by several business organizations, including the Atlanta Business League, Atlanta Tribune, Women Works Media and several others.
It’s a Brain Thing: Outsmarting Your Own Unconscious Bias
In her talk, Juliet uses sensitivity, appropriate and delicate humor, and examples to disarm, engage and help senior leaders become more aware of the biases all humans share, so they can lead with mindful intention and foster inclusive environments within their organizations.
- Understand the damaging effect of microaggressions on talent
- Learn different types of unconscious biases and common examples of what people may think, say or hear
- Receive practical tips on how to foster a more inclusive environment within your organization
Building Organizational Culture and Teams Through Servant Leadership
In this highly popular and inspiring keynote based on the Chick-fil-A SERVE Model (Copyright CFA Properties 2001), Juliet speaks to the heart—the place where transformational leadership begins—and shares five practices to help build culture, individual leadership and teams.
- Learn a character-based model of five practices that great leaders have in common according to the SERVE acronym:
- See & Shape the Future
- Engage & Develop Others
- Reinvent Continuously
- Value Results & Relationships
- Embody the Values
Reactivate Your Human KINDNESS
We’ve been taught, “It’s not personal, it’s business.” However, all business is personal. This feel-good, uplifting presentation is intended to engage audiences and set the tone for any meeting. Perfect for opening (or closing) conferences.
- Understand the business case for kindness
- Receive kindness-in-action through admired brands
- Learn five ways to infuse kindness throughout your organization
“Juliet Hall was an exceptional and inspiring speaker at our recent 2019 Diversity & Inclusion Leadership Summit. As a large hospital system with close to 20,000 employees, it was critical to find someone that could engage our senior leaders and connect with them in a meaningful and touching way that truly made them pause and contemplate topics that are not always easy to digest. By offering insight on the topic of “Outsmarting Your Own Unconscious Bias,” she engaged our leaders by using humor, passion, genuineness and an interactive activity to keep their attention and open our minds to the importance of being aware of how unconscious bias affects our personal and workplace decisions. She was illuminating, spirited, and incredibly relevant! Juliet’s presentation was well received and the summit surveys echoed that positive feedback from its 350+ attendees of Baptist Health South Florida leaders. Thank you, Juliet, for your thought-provoking presentation!”
“Juliet was a special guest speaker at our Sales Strategy Meeting for a company-wide sales team meeting at Proof of the Pudding. She spoke on the Servant Model of leadership and was able to connect with our team instantly. Her dynamic personality, passion, dedication and ability to connect with any audience was remarkable. She took the time to learn more about our organization; our vision, mission and values and incorporated this into her presentation. I highly recommend Juliet for any leadership meetings in the future. Her knowledge is invaluable!”
“Wonderful speaker and engaging. Very inspiring!”