A career highlight? “I got to take Burt from Burt’s Bees on tour all over the country doing special events,” she recalled.
When all is said and done, what connects her professional experiences in retail, manufacturing and healthcare? Service and communication – both of which are by-products of the power of people to elevate a business, company or brand.
“I’m fascinated with people,” Ingersoll stated. “There’s just so much to learn from every, single person. My work though is figuring out how to help every, single person produce their best work.”
She challenges clients to think about when, where, and how they do just that – produce their best work. (It most likely doesn’t happen when there’s workplace or interpersonal drama or a void in communication, service or leadership.)
As well, she advocates for and supports clients in leaning in and meeting people where they are as well as finding ways to acknowledge the drama, tension or lack of communication, neutralize it, and then strategically redirect the energy.
“And breathe. We’re triggered when we’re not breathing,” she stated. “Take a moment to pause versus reacting so you can choose how you want to respond.”