Dr. Sarah Stebbins

About Dr. Sarah Stebbins

Byline BIO: Certified and Professional Coach Dr. Sarah Stebbins is an organizational change management consultant, as well as the author of “From Fire to Water: Moving Through Change: Six Elements for Personal Resiliency.” Dr. Stebbins is Adjunct Faculty at Portland State University in their Center for Executive and Professional Education. Her clients include Fortune 500 companies, the Federal Government, colleges and universities, as well as non-profit organizations. Visit www.thebetterchange.com.

Broadcast BIO: It seems like we’ve been rocked a lot lately by cataclysmic change — 9/11, the 2008 economic downturn, and now COVID-19. How do we navigate change when it seems like it’s never-ending? We turn to a certified professional coach who’s been in that space for the past 25 years. Let’s welcome Dr. Sarah Stebbins. Dr. Stebbins, you’ve spent most of your career studying change — and you’ve written a book about it now, called “From Fire to Water: Moving Through Change: Six Elements for Personal Resiliency.” How can we do this?

Full BIO: Dr. Sarah Stebbins is a Certified Professional Coach, an organizational change management consultant, and she is Adjunct Faculty at Portland State University in their Center for Executive and Professional Education. Her clients include Fortune 500 companies, the Federal Government, colleges and universities, as well as non-profit organizations.

Dr. Stebbins holds a fundamental belief that employee engagement is the single most critical element for organizational change management success. And, as a change agent, Dr. Stebbins focuses on developing conscious leaders, in addition to building and strengthening the resilience muscles of individuals and organizations. She is a Resilience Wisdom Coach.

Her new book is called “From Fire to Water: Moving Through Change: Six Elements for Personal Resiliency.” Dr. Stebbins recognized, that her experience whitewater rafting down the Colorado River a few years ago, related directly to her professional work. Being at the mercy of the river’s pounding waves and unpredictable moods, she learned the power of resiliency. She discovered that the resiliency she experienced on the river directly correlated to the resilience needed to thrive in rapidly changing organizations. Stebbins’ book was inspired by her wild adventures on the river.

You can visit Dr. Stebbins’ website at www.thebetterchange.com and her LinkedIn profile at www.linkedin.com/in/sarahstebbins.
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