is a teacher at heart, or a "soul guide" as Martha Beck would say. As such, she is often the "right person at the right time" for those whose path she crosses who are searching for help.
In her work with organizations or in communities, Sarah consults with leaders, influencers, and other key mission-driven stakeholders.
She does coaching and also runs virtual courses, as well as has a paid virtual support community "Impact & Integrity" - (Sarah's community is in a beta test period, not open to the public/by referral only).
Sarah is frequently referred to as a catalyst of change. That's because she is someone who, inside one moment, has a way of asking questions or sharing a story or other information that illuminates others' pathways, in ways that change things for them in a powerful instant.
Sarah is the author of one book so far, although she is writing again in 2022.
"So People Say You're an Asshole" - is a book for curious people who really don't get why others tell them they're an asshole - they seem to like it best. It is also for those who love (or work with) an asshole.
Keep scrolling for a note from Sarah!
To get a feel for Sarah's approach and who she is, listen to her talk about difficult conversations in this interview on NPR.
I think we all get too many emails
A Note from Sarah - I hate getting excessive emails!
Specifically I cannot stand emails that are manipulative, contain fluff, are not authentic, and waste my time.
I have only sent a few emails to "my list" in the last few years, and only when I have important news.
So if you are thinking YES, I also think we get too many emails! And also yes, I do think I'd like hearing from her....
Well then, you know what to do below.