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Meet Our President

Stacey Engle 2018

Stacey Engle

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My mission is to challenge & nurture others by giving them the skills and confidence to have conversations that bring about impactful progress – both with others and with themselves.

At Fierce, I set the strategic vision, and lead from the heart, helping implement training programs at organizations of all shapes and sizes. I understand the need to invest in your team and in yourself to make a lasting difference.

As a leader, I work to encourage genuine connections & bring a people-first mentality to every interaction with team members or clients. Past and current Fierce clients include Capital One, Wal-Mart, Coca-Cola and Verizon.

With a strong understanding of best "next" practices in sales and marketing, I leverage my natural ability at relationship building to bridge the communication gap companies often face. I feel fulfilled when those around me shine and it’s with clear, purposeful intent that I help others think positively, becoming better versions of themselves.

I believe in the quality of a conversation, not the quantity, and think that within any walk of life, it's important to connect, face problems head-on and take meaningful action.

When I look back, I'd like to say I was a catalyst who thrived within different communities, helping individuals and organizations realize the importance of a connection-based economy.

Official Member - Forbes Business Development Council

Career Highlights:

  • Key driver in double-digit growth of Fierce Conversations, landing the company on Inc.’s 5000 list & receiving consecutive Best Places to Work & Design awards
  • Promoted to President of the company at age 33
  • Ideas and opinions have been featured in Forbes, Fortune, CNBC & Fast Company
  • Instrumental in growing the company's sales by 30 percent in 2018
  • Sought-after expert on a myriad of issues that affect the workplace today, through speaking & key media engagements
  • Awarded Outstanding Alumni Mentor Award from the University of Washington for work in founding a professional development board for students

Read my blogs on Fierce Conversations here