Meet Amy Hubbell

Organizational Development Consultant, Virtual Learning Facilitator & Founder

Hi! My name is Amy Hubbell, and I am here to help you and your team collaborate and communicate better at work. From the ‘Northwoods’ of Wisconsin, I create, curate, and facilitate pragmatic virtual learning solutions to assist individuals and teams with leadership skills development. I help ease the pain of change and learning.

Communication, collaboration, conflict resolution, and strategic planning, are some of my strengths and expertise.

In addition to being a organizational development consultant and virtual learning facilitator, I am also a certified listening practitioner, skills coach, and the founder of Boreal Leadership LLC. I use my diverse work experience, masters degree in organizational leadership, and passion to ease the pain of change and learning to create memorable learning moments for the growth-oriented.

Ready to connect and learn more about me and how I can help with learning and organizational development?

Schedule a virtual conversation with me to learn more about how I become a collaborative and connective extension of your team.

Amy Hubbell

Experience & Education

I hold an M.A. in Organizational Leadership from St. Ambrose University, a B.A. in Business Administration (Accounting) from Coe College, an A.A. in Liberal Arts from Kirkwood Community College and other professional certifications in strategic planning, organizational management, and listening.

I have spent 25+ years managing, leading, training, facilitating, collaborating, and working with people and organizations in a variety of roles and industries. My passions are helping others succeed, leading change for the better, and spending time with nature. My professional work experience includes economic development, leadership development, administrative and project management, education, strategic planning, volunteer recruitment and management, community building, business development, customer service and account management, and sales operations.

What is it like to work with me?

You can read what some of my clients and collaborators have said about working and learning with me here.

Two Things You Should Know About Me

Two things you should know about me is I believe one measure of a leader’s competency is how open she is to growth and change. In other words, is she a learner? And secondly, I believe one of the primary reasons for ‘miscommunication’ being a commonly voiced and costly concern in our organizations, our communities, and our homes is because we are not aware of our listening habits or know how to communicate in a way other people want to listen. Based on my teaching, training, and team leadership experience, I believe being an agile and self-aware listener with the ability to pay attention is the foundation for effective comprehension, personal and professional growth, implementing new initiatives, and making impactful collaborative progress towards shared objectives with other people.

In addition to creating and facilitating customized learning experiences and solutions for my clients, I enjoy gardening, writing, walking in the woods, looking for rocks on the shore, and cooking. I make a decent sandwich and live with my husband Jim, and my boss Sage (a Chesapeake Bay Retriever), in what was once a milk house on a dairy farm on the ‘Southshore’ of Lake Superior in Wisconsin.

Thank you for stopping by, taking the time to learn more about me, and for considering how my skills, knowledge, and mission of easing the pain of change and learning, and making the world of work better one skilled leader at a time might fit with your personal goals, with your team dynamics, and with your organizational learning and development objectives.

I look forward to meeting you and answering your questions!

What do I do?

  • Serve as an experienced and engaging resource for people who are curious about and want to strengthen learning, listening, and leadership skills.
  • Inspire collaborative action.
  • Solve problems with other people.
  • Ease the pain of learning and change.
  • Teach how to communicate in a way that other people want to listen.
  • Encourage and create confidence development experiences.
  • Intentionally design and curate engaging curriculum and learning solutions based on individual and organizational objectives.
  • Facilitate 1:1 learning and developmental conversations online.
  • Teach and coach essential evidence-based leadership behaviors and skills.
  • Promote growth-zone thinking and doing.
  • Provide an experienced and ‘outside the silo’ perspective for problem-solving, decision-making, and ‘people’ challenges at work.
  • Connect people with new initiatives and ideas.
  • Facilitate conflict resolution and integration.
  • Do what I say I am going to do.
  • Leave things and people better than I find them.
  • Hold myself and others accountable.

What sets me apart?

My passion to make the world better one skilled leader at a time, diverse work experience, creativity, preparation and organizational skills, responsiveness, ability to connect people with new and different ideas, and inspire action are some of my stronger leadership skills and personal traits that set me apart from other facilitators, mentors, coaches, teachers, consultants, and trainers.

If you want to learn more about me, my work experience, and how I can assist with actionable a-ha! moments, engaged anywhere learning, and bringing change, visions, and goals to life, please send me an email with your questions or schedule a virtual conversation with me. Thank you for your consideration!

PS – If you have a learning mindset and are curious about communication, collaboration, and change, you can get my Notes from the North, a resource for learning leaders, delivered directly to your inbox here.

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