Talent Seed Consulting guides individuals and organizations through the change process. We partner with private and public sector companies, schools, and nonprofits to offer learning and communication design, development, and delivery experiences.
Stacy Lindenberg, Talent Seed’s owner, has over 15 years’ experience in a variety of industries in both learning & development and marketing roles. She utilizes this experience to improve processes, enhance learning opportunities, and coach executives to reach their strategic goals.
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Prior to forming Talent Seed, Stacy was Vice President and Learning Strategy Manager for First Citizens Bank & Trust of South Carolina, and prior to First Citizens, the Advertising Training Manager for The State, South Carolina’s largest newspaper. She also served as an adjunct faculty member for the University of South Carolina’s School of Mass Communications and Information Studies. She began her career as the statewide Marketing Director for LifeSouth Community Blood Centers in Birmingham, Alabama.
Stacy earned certification to facilitate AchieveGlobal’s Leadership and service training, as well as Sales training, GROW Coaching, ProMax Prospecting, and ProMax Competitive Media. She also completed ASTD’s Designing Learning certificate program. She is a past President of the Midlands chapter of the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD), as well as s former national CORE committee member for ASTD. She has presented at local ASTD conferences, an ASTD webinar, the National Leaders’ Conference for ASTD, the e-Learning Guild‘s 2011 DevLearn conference, the Training, Development & Learning Technology Conference in New York in 2012, the SUN (Southern University Newspapers) conference as well as the Midlands ASTD Expo, both in Fall of 2012. She serves as an advisory council member and Marketing Coordinator for The International Conference on E-Learning in the Workplace.
Publications include an ASTD Infoline edition, “Selecting and Implementing an LMS” in July 2012 and a Learning Solutions Magazine article on Building Internal Advisory Councils for Learning Technology Initiatives in fall of 2012.
An active volunteer, she serves on the Executive Committee of Women in Philanthropy, an organization dedicated to improving the lives of women and children through collective giving. She also assists United Way of the Midlands with training and speaking events.