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Libby Gill

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How to Lead People Through Change, Challenge, and Chaos

Executive coach and leadership expert Libby Gill kicks off our conference with an inspiring presentation designed to help you tackle change, challenge, and chaos. Libby will share actionable strategies to help you clarify your vision of success, simplify your path to reaching it, and execute your plan with flawless follow-through. Every participant will leave the presentation with clear next steps for transforming ideas into action.

More About Libby Gill

Libby Gill knows change. She grew up on two continents and went to eight different schools before putting herself through college waiting tables. Starting her career as an assistant at Embassy Communications, a television company founded by the legendary Norman Lear, Libby survived three mergers to emerge as head of publicity, advertising, and promotion for Sony’s worldwide television group in just five years.

After a decade at Sony, Libby went on to lead public relations and corporate communications at media giants Universal and Turner Broadcasting. She exited the corporate world after nearly twenty years in leadership roles to become a first-time entrepreneur. In her mid-forties (when many people are slowing down), Libby founded Libby Gill & Company, an executive coaching and leadership consulting firm based in Los Angeles. For more than 15 years, Libby has guided clients to lead their teams through change.

The author of five books, Libby’s latest book is “The Hope-Driven Leader: Harness the Power of Positivity.”

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