Courtney Feider

Global Leadership Consultant, Creative Brand Strategist

Courtney started her career in the corporate world, helping to launch global products. But her creativity was always getting stifled and she wasn’t very happy. When she moved to the agency side and started really looking at creativity differently, she found she could help her clients manage their needs from a new perspective and she understood her colleagues better as well.

Eventually, she opened her own agency. For 10 years she served businesses of all types and sizes with inside marketing strategy, interactive communications planning and development, and event logistics and management. Her mission was to help the brands she served create authentic, creative, tangible connections with their audiences.

Today she is a strategist and executive coach who works with corporations and individuals to help unblock their creativity and facilitate sustainable change. She works with companies of all sizes across the U.S. and around the world. Her work has been featured in Fast Company, Huffington Post, Forbes, Business Insider, All Business, and on numerous blogs and podcasts.

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“Courtney truly embodies her mission. She supports you in developing the disruption/transformation you are ready to take on with kindness and enthusiasm. She show ups 100% and doesn’t give up on anybody. She is a visionary who executes with grace.”

Stella Grizont, Founder + CEO at WOOPAAH!

courtney-potato-farmAfter more than a decade of owning and managing agencies and corporate marketing strategies, Courtney launched her consulting method aggregating the most valuable lessons she had learned. Early in her career, Courtney worked directly for a C-Suite team in healthcare/corporate marketing, then specialized in the high tech sector with her agency work.

Courtney has been personally responsible for the differentiation and design of more than 40 brands, and the creative innovation of dozens of companies. She has worked with global companies such as Hewlett Packard, Microsoft, Sundance Film Festival, Pfizer, Glaxo-Smith Kline, Merck, Astra Zeneca, Johnson & Johnson, and Amgen. She has created debt-free design, sustainable business strategies, and thoughtful management for her own business products, entrepreneurial ventures, and unique brands.

Courtney zealously promotes hard work and invention matched with balance, happiness, and play. With her husband, two daughters, a dog and a bunch of chickens, she lives on an urban homestead in Boise, Idaho. She travels and works virtually with clients from the all over the United States, Canada, the UK, Italy, and from around the globe.

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4 Commonly Overlooked Reasons Why Creative Leaders Succeed January 25, 2016 Posted in: Courtney Feider, Fast Company

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Courtney is a seasoned professional and a dynamic speaker who communicates important business principles through story and personal connection.  In her work as a consultant, Courtney focuses on helping businesses recognize creativity as the engine for innovation and as a fundamental strategic pillar guiding organizations through times of development and growth.




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