About Us

Built on a passion for workplace satisfaction and employee engagement.Fresh Concepts is a woman-owned business enterprise created by organizational development expert and IUPUI Associate Faculty member, Sarah Robinson. Robinson integrates her experience and knowledge to benefit you and your employees. Her services include:

  • Individual and team strength coaching
  • Keynote Speaking
  • Corporate Consulting
  • Entrepreneurial Profile

Robinson is a Gallup Certified Strengths Coach and the best-selling author of Unstuck At Last: Using Your Strengths to Get What You Want. For more than 20 years, she has performed organizational development training for a variety of companies in the for-profit and non-profit fields. In 2013, Sarah became the first of seven consultants worldwide to be certified by Gallup as an Individual and Team Coach using the Clifton StrengthsFinder® assessment. Coupling her organizational behavior expertise with her skills as a StrengthsFinder® coach, Sarah helps her clients more fully maximize their potential and achieve their goals.

Sarah’s “Top 5 Signature Themes” are Competition, Maximizer, Achiever, Activator, and Significance. She translates these natural Strengths into obtaining measurable results for her clients and helping them get “Unstuck at Last” – both professionally and personally.

In addition to her Gallup certification, Sarah holds a Master’s in Industrial and Organizational Psychology; the designation of Professional in Human Resources (PHR) from the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM); and the position of Associate Faculty Member at IUPUI. Thanks in large part to her husband’s encouragement, she also has the distinction of having earned the 2008 Indiana State Fair Banana Bread Bake-Off Champion.

Sarah is known for her enthusiasm – in the classroom, as a presenter, and as a Strengths Coach. She enjoys meeting her clients’ needs while challenging herself to learn more about the ever-growing discipline of organizational behavior. Sarah lives with her family and ill-behaved chocolate Labrador retriever in Indianapolis, Indiana.

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