Libby Gill is an international keynote speaker, leadership expert and executive coach. She helps established and emerging leaders bring out the best in themselves and their teams. Linking belief, behavior, and accountability, Libby guides organizations to instill a deep sense of purpose and drive aggressive action. Companies like ADP, AMC Networks, Comcast, Intel, Honda, Kellogg's, Microsoft, Oracle, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, Safeway, and Wells Fargo look to Libby for inspiring interactive presentations that create long-lasting results. One of the few women business speakers with a C-level corporate background, relevant content, and top-notch delivery, Libby customizes her presentations to suit audiences from Millennials to C-suite senior leaders.
Libby will customize keynotes, breakouts and workshops of any length, but clients particularly love her 90-minute interactive keynote presentations!
IGNITING BOLD LEADERSHIP: Leading the Charge through Change, Challenge and Chaos
Embrace it or ignore it, but the evidence of change is all around us. From smartphones to Starbucks and urbanization to Uber, tomorrow's leaders must place as high a priority (if not higher) on people and performance as they do on process and procedure if they want to succeed for the long haul.
YOUR LEADERSHIP BRAND:
What It Means and Why It Matters
What do James Bond, Old Spice, and the most successful personal brands all have in common? Relevance.
Tomorrow's leaders must define and align their personal brands with the organization's brand in order to remain relevant to their teams, company, and, ultimately, end-users.
Accelerating Your Professional Path
Sooner or later, every individual and organization gets stuck. It’s just part of the human condition. But you don’t have to make stuck your normal state! Author of the award-winning You Unstuck: Mastering the New Rules of Risk-taking in Work and Life, Libby guides you to change your beliefs so you can change your behaviors.
LIFT AS YOU CLIMB:
The Latest in Women's Leadership
Libby Gill surprises audiences when she tells them that she looks forward to the day when women's leadership events are no longer held because we need them, but only because we want them. Until that day comes, Libby is proud to add her perspective to the international conversation about women in leadership and management roles.