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In this episode, Libby Gill gives us the lowdown on how hope is the necessary ingredient in leading a group of people, a cause, or, even, a movement.
Libby is no stranger to guiding teams through change and challenges. And, she draws from her skills in Public Relations to tap in to motivating others, while still being able to manage teams of people with a sense of practicality and realistic optimism.
She explains the ways in which she infuses hope into her leadership techniques and how you can, too!
About Libby Gill
After heading communications at media giants Universal, Sony and Turner Broadcasting, Libby left the corporate world after nearly twenty years to become an 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.
Libby now guides clients – including Avery Dennison, CA Technologies, Cisco, Comcast, Deloitte, Disney, Eli Lilly, First American Insurance, Honda, Intel, Kellogg’s, Microsoft, Oracle, PayPal, Royal Caribbean, Speedo, Sutter Health, Viacom, Warner Bros., and Wells Fargo – to lead their teams through change, challenge, and chaos.