Being a Powerful Leader, Owning Your Power, and Claiming Your Authentic Voice


No matter where you are in your entertainment career, what your level of experience is, or what your position is right now, you can be a true, motivational, powerful leader: because it's about your empathy, connectedness and style of communication.

This interactive workshop will give you the coaching tools and skills to be a strong leader in your own way, with your own personality--while embracing all the assets that are uniquely yours. Learn the steps to break through the blocks that hold you back from claiming your authentic voice and owning your power.

Hear the Career Coach/Talent Agent Consultant's take on speaking from strength, communicating with conviction, and leading through matter where you are in your career.

Thursday, November 5th | 1:00 - 2:30 PM PT


Jim Arnoff is a Certified Career/Life/Business Coach to the entertainment industry, small business owners, veterans in film and television, women in finance, and NYU alumni. Jim is certified by the International Coach Federation and founded the Gay Coaches Collective, which provides pro bono coaching to the LGBT community. Jim draws from his experience as a talent agent to provide consulting services to creatives in the entertainment industry in developing their television series/feature films as well as guiding producers in starting their own production companies. He practices entertainment law in television, film, and digital. Jim worked at the William Morris Agency as both an in-house lawyer and television packaging agent. He leads workshops for Veterans in Media and Entertainment/East and West, the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Women In Film, the U.S. Military Academy, Writers Guild of America/East and West, the Actors Fund/East and West, New York Women in Film & Television, NYU Tisch School of the Arts/Arts & Entertainment Alumni Network, Hollywood Women's Collective, The Filmshop/East and West, Hollywood Radio and Television Society, Ladies of Comedy Association, Children's Media Association, Women's Network at NBCUniversal, and the Motion Picture Institute. Jim is a faculty member of the School of Visual Arts (“Pitching Your Television Series to the Industry Pros”) and guest speaks at NYU and the Fashion Institute of Technology. He is a member of the New York State, New York City, and LGBT Bar Associations.