Lindsay Troxell

Director, Knowledge Labs® Professional Development

Lindsay Troxell is Director, Knowledge Labs® Professional Development at Janus Henderson Investors. In this role, she works with the Professional Development Team and provides extensive consulting, training, and practice management expertise to financial professionals. Lindsay is a sought-after coach and keynote speaker. She leverages her experience as a financial professional, G2 firm leader, and executive management consultant to bring insight and intentional disruption ideas to clients, enabling them to differentiate themselves and better serve investors.

Lindsay earned a BBA degree in entrepreneurship and organisational development from Babson College. She has 13 years of experience in practice management, training, consulting, and coaching, and 18 years of financial industry experience.

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Life Wellness Series

Life Wellness Series

What’s wealth without health? Janus Henderson shares actionable tools in a three-part webinar series to manage stress, replenish energy and achieve better brain health.

Webinars that Work: How to Plan and Promote Memorable Virtual Events

Webinars that Work: How to Plan and Promote Memorable Virtual Events

How financial professionals can use webinars as a strategic prospecting tool.

Prospecting in the “New Normal”

Prospecting in the “New Normal”

Five steps to help wealth management businesses shift their approach to attracting new clients and adapt to the changing world.

How to Help Female Clients Advocate for Themselves Financially

How to Help Female Clients Advocate for Themselves Financially

Lindsay Troxell, Director, Knowledge Labs® Professional Development, explains how financial professionals can help women more effectively negotiate financial matters.

The Spirit of WOW

The Spirit of WOW

Capturing the spirit of WOW requires going beyond thoughtful gestures to meet the unstated needs of clients.

What is Your Most Valuable Resource?

What is Your Most Valuable Resource?

To achieve balance, we may need to integrate our personal and professional lives rather than trying to separate the two.