Mar 9, 2021
Authority is a composition of so many things. Mary and Cooper discuss authority that is developed in women in their careers and in their lives. They speak of confidence being intrinsic and extrinsic, the "anit-mentor," and how to build your authority confidence. This discussion is with Stacy Engle who has created a newly incubated flagship experience for business owners and entrepreneurs called the Authority Lab™. And this week.... Stacey launches her new free mini-class on Owning Your Authority. Listen in to get a preview of this discussion around confidence and authority!
Here is a little more on Stacey...
Stacey Engle recently launched her company, staceyengle.com, to share tools and opportunities for individuals, leaders, and entrepreneurs to elevate their careers and businesses for greater impact. Specialties are building brand and industry authority for leaders and organizations, pivoting in times of change, and tapping into new levels of leadership and possibility. Growth is achieved through facilitated experiences, consulting, and leadership coaching.
Prior to her entrepreneurial ventures, for over ten years, Stacey Engle was a key driver and senior leader in double-digit growth with Fierce Conversations, a global training and leadership development company that works with organizations of all shapes and sizes, including Capital One, Wal-Mart, Coca-Cola, and Verizon. Her leadership was instrumental in busting many glass and revenue ceilings in the industry, notably increasing the company’s sales by 30% in 2018. Over the years, she helped land the company on Inc.’s 5000 list and received consecutive Best Places to Work & Design awards. At 33 years old, after building go-to market strategies, she was selected as the company’s President where she led cultural and digital transformation efforts to prepare the company for its next chapter.
She is a sought-after expert on a myriad of issues that affect the workplace today and her ideas and opinions have been featured in Forbes, Fortune, CNBC & Fast Company, among other outlets. Stacey understands the need to invest in your team and yourself to make a lasting difference. As a leader, she
encourages genuine connections and brings a people-first mentality to every interaction.
Stacey’s passion extends beyond the workplace, serving on community boards and offering pro-bono work with the University of Washington, various arts organizations, and community initiatives. She has been awarded the Outstanding Alumni Mentor Award from the University of Washington with her work in founding a professional development board that connects students with transformational experiences from workshops to global opportunities. She currently serves on the board of Take the Lead, a national nonprofit/social organization, that develops and inspires women to take their fair and equal share of leadership positions across all sectors by 2025.
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