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Leah Brown

Instructor, Exec Ed Instuctor
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With almost 30 years of experience, Leah Brown is a powerful and recognized speaker, coach and facilitator in the fields of leadership, employee engagement, organizational development, and workforce retention. Her energetic approach to learning through experience and storytelling engages audiences, involves them in the learning process and creates opportunities to connect with their teams across roles and functions, building stronger relationships. She is consistently recognized for powerful environments of change, growth, performance and excellence for leaders, teams, and individuals. Her full range of curriculum and coaching is designed to help teams build trust, strengthen relationships and improve collaboration and performance. Leah not only brings out the best in individuals, but she also builds stronger, high-impact teams. Her industry experience includes teaching, training, facilitating improved leadership performance with the military, healthcare, manufacturing, construction, finance, and education. Leah is a Certified Dare to Lead™ Facilitator, a Dale Carnegie Trainer, Certified Professional Behavior Analyst, Certified Life Coach, CHCC Career Coach™, and CDC Certified Divorce Coach®. She is a faculty member of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Institute for Organization Management, and the contributing author to the 2018 book, Staying Power: Why Your Employees Leave & How to Keep Them Longer. Leah was recognized for her professional impact when Louisville’s Business First Magazine included her in their “20 People to Know in Education/Workforce Development” 2015.

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