Amy Barg
 

Testimonials

 
 
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You can relax… knowing others loved the growth experience Amy brought to their audiences! She’ll have your team engaged, interacting and laughing as they see their blind spots in communication, leadership and personal growth.

 
Jeff Mohler, CEO  Special Olympics Indiana

Jeff Mohler, CEO
Special Olympics Indiana

Amy’s insanely practical suggestions for improvement in leadership and connecting to communicate truly added value to our conference.
— Jeff Mohler
Marissa Manlove, Retired CEO Indiana Philanthropy Alliance

Marissa Manlove, Retired CEO
Indiana Philanthropy Alliance

Amy’s presentation sparked some great conversations about the various growth gap traps that keep us stuck, both personally and professionally.
— Marissa Manlove
Lisa Purcell Homewood Village Trustee

Lisa Purcell
Homewood Village Trustee

What I love about how Amy speaks is that she makes it real. She shares stories from her own life in a way that you feel immediately connected.
— Lisa Purcell
 
Kirsten Smith, Associate Director at CICS, Ball State University

Kirsten Smith, Associate Director at CICS, Ball State University

Amy absolutely delivered! She had the audience engaged from the very beginning, sharing authentically from her own life and encouraging them to discuss their own growth gap traps.
— Kirsten Smith
Tom Ambler, President & CEO, DDI

Tom Ambler, President & CEO, DDI

Amy drew people out, shared pertinent quotes and kept things lively and moving. She made this a real win for my team.
— Tom Ambler
Cindy Moscrip, Corporate Director of Career Services

Cindy Moscrip, Corporate Director of Career Services

I wanted an innovative team building experience and The Leadership Game was the perfect choice. Amy did a masterful job facilitating.
— Cindy Moscrip
 

What Audience Members Say

Collecting Golden Nuggets of Thought from her audience members is a standard practice when Amy speaks. Read a sample of responses from her recent events.

 

I learned….

- I need to do more leading and less managing.
- I need to invest more time with my team.
- three ways to connect 1-on-1. Thanks!

I was surprised….
- that I’ve been suffering from destination disease.
- how much leadership is lacking at my office.
- what I had in common with three perfect strangers.

I wish...
- I had more time with this topic.
- other people could take this seminar.
- more time was spent understanding each other in work settings.