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Amy-Savage

Amy Savage

Consultant, Account Manager

Based in Colorado Springs, Colorado

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Why FlashPoint? “We don't just bring creative leadership solutions to our clients–we live them out ourselves. Our commitment to helping leaders grow starts right here with our own team.”

You’ll find her facilitating transformational leadership experiences, coaching, and managing client relationships. Whether working with Fortune 100 companies or non-profits, her specialty is coaching individuals and teams through a research-based framework which enables insight, alignment, and focused strategy for continued leadership development and growth. Amy is passionate about helping people on their inward journey towards reaching their potential and making a positive and lasting impact at work and in the world. Her personal values of ‘people, growth, vulnerability, courage, and spirituality’ drive her work and are the main fabric of her life.

Before FlashPoint: Amy began her career two decades ago at Tom Peters Company and went on to found and manage Fine Points Leadership for 16 years, helping to develop over 40,000 leaders globally through the LPI®: Leadership Practices Inventory® and The Leadership Challenge®. In her 20 years in leadership development, she has worked with a variety of industries including healthcare, finance, education, technology, and non-profits.

Education and Expertise: Amy studied communications at the University of Cincinnati and is a Certified Master Facilitator and coach for The Leadership Challenge® and Leadership Practices Inventory®. She is also a Certified DiSC® Management facilitator and an Accredited Facilitator of The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team™.

After Work Hours: Amy loves exploring the beautiful Rocky Mountains on the weekends with her husband of 23 years and her three teenagers. She loves hosting and is a big believer that inviting people for a meal around a table breaks down barriers and encourages openness and authenticity. She loves traveling the world and has a soft spot in her heart for Ethiopia, the country where she adopted her son. Amy is passionate about ending the global dirty water crisis, and volunteers her time doing advocacy work through Charity:Water.

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