Libby Gill helps organizations like ABC-Disney, PayPal, and Wells Fargo create cultures of bold leadership that consistently over-deliver on their brand promises. The former head of communications for Universal, Sony, and Turner Broadcasting, Libby now leads international executive coaching and consulting firm, Libby Gill & Company.  

Corporations like these hire Libby to keynote speak, coach and consult.

CLICK HERE to read this great article from Inc.com about Libby's new book: Capture the Mindshare!!

More Rave Reviews

Read the glowing advance praise from business and thought leaders including Stephen M. R. Covey, Martin Lindstrom, and Joe Callaway."

"A phenomenal roadmap."

"A must-read for professionals." 

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"Love the passion!  I could spend a whole week learning about Libby's message!" 
— Tiffany Reynolds, Marriott International

"I could listen to Libby for hours."
— Syreeta Thomas, AT&T

"My favorite presentation of the conference.” 
— Dmitry Gurevich, Navy Federal Credit Union

"Great ideas and approaches that make sense!" 
— Sue Volk, PayPal 



Why Leaning ON Is As Important As Leaning In

I had the good fortune to present to two very dynamic groups of women leaders recently.  First, Medtronic's women in technical field sales who provide medical devices like pacemakers and diabetes supplies to hospitals around the world. 

Honored to Serve the Servant Leaders

As a leadership speaker, it's such a joy to work with people making a real difference in the world. Meet two organizations helping seniors, foster families, farmers, and more!

What's Your Olympic Lesson?

What lesson can you take from the elite Olympic performers to help you up your game?

Brighten Up Your Personal Brand

The late great Dr. Susan Jeffers was a renowned psychologist, a friend, and author of the classic book Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway.  Susan used to advise people to "pick up the mirror instead of the microscope." Meaning: take a good look at yourself before you start turning a critical eye on others.