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I love leadership, laughs (and yes) libations.  I also love learning.  Although I've been in leadership roles for over 30 years, I love talking to leaders that are in the trenches and learning what works, what doesn't and what I can do differently.

This podcast is for everyone out there that is working to lead better, get more done and leave a legacy.  Leading others is a deliberative act and we can always get better.

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Jul 15, 2018

The work environment can be tough.  It can be even tougher if you've got a team member that is pushing the boundaries.  This week on the podcast, I talk to my good friend, Sarah Gibson, CSP, about how far we've come as a society and (quite frankly) how far we still need to go to move from a "Mad Men" mentality to creating a culture of respect where team members flourish.  Sarah is an expert at helping leaders have those difficult conversations so everyone feels heard.  Check it out!  She's the BOMB!

More on Sarah....

In 2004, Sarah Gibson founded Accent Learning and Consulting, a firm focused on creating stronger, healthier, and more emotionally intelligent teamss through professional development and communication skills.

Sarah’s unique ability to articulate the underlying patterns and concerns holding teams back, make her a much sought-after speaker and leadership consultant. Sarah’s specialty is giving teams tools and language, so they can create environments where a culture of trust and accountability can thrive.

Among the many tools Sarah provides, her book, Geezer. Punk. Whatever. has been used by individuals and organizations to navigate the impact of generational differences in the workplace.  

Sarah has worked with hundreds of organizations, leaders and individual team members across a variety of industries throughout the world.   

Beyond her corporate experiences, Sarah has also taught for the University of Wisconsin-Madison evening MBA program and as an adjunct instructor at Madison College, UW-Whitewater and North Dakota State University.

Sarah holds a Master’s degree from North Dakota State University.

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