Dr. Sarah Stebbins

Dr. Sarah Stebbins

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, and 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.

Books by Dr. Sarah Stebbins:
From Fire to Water: Moving Through Change – Six Elements for Personal Resiliency (Raging River Press; March 9, 2021).

Dr. Sarah Stebbins is an opinion columnist for the CEOWORLD magazine. You can follow her on LinkedIn or you can visit Dr. Stebbins’ website TheBetterChange.
C-Suite Advisory

6 Ways to Ride the Rapids of Change and Lead Your Organization to Success

Consider that change is both the most constant and one of the most feared parts of our lives. You can blame the amygdala for that. That almond-shaped organ in our brains drives us right into fight or flight. When we confront change — or when we notice it barreling right...