Sara Canaday

Learn the secrets of accelerating your journey toward success by better understanding yourself and how others perceive you. In You — According to Them: Uncovering the blind spots that impact your reputation and your career, Sara offers practical steps to help you leverage the perceptions of a great reputation into bottom-line success.

If you’ve ever worked in an organization of any size, you’ve probably seen it: the talented geniuses with all the right credentials who don’t really seem to be going anywhere in their chosen careers. Sometimes that “talented genius” is us, and we are hard-pressed to understand what’s blocking our ability to advance.

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About the Author

leadership development expert, executive coach and speaker who helps companies maximize the contributions of their leaders and high-potentials for bottom-line impact. Drawing on 15 years of corporate experience, Sara has a unique gift for connecting with her clients and ensuring they walk away with actionable strategies for positive change — strengthening leadership skills, improving business relationships, and enhancing performance.

Sara’s career spans more than 20 years, including senior executive positions in sales, operations and organizational development with USAA and Texas Mutual. After forming her own company, Sara began sharing her expertise in leadership development, executive presence, branding and emotional intelligence. Her insightful guidance has led hundreds of teams and individuals nationwide to make strategic changes with impressive results.

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