About Accent Learning & Consulting

We love teaching people how to be better at business skills that will impact their job effectiveness. We have a passion for adult learning styles, and we work very hard to make each component of what we teach useable when you return to your job or worksite.

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Classes

Since 2004, Accent Learning and Consulting, LLC, has offered training sessions and facilitated discussions designed specifically to provide communication solutions for the business professional.

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Consulting

We help organizations identify skill gaps and create paths to a more successful future by providing organizational effectiveness and learning and development consulting.

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Conference Speaking

Whether you need a keynote or a break-out session, our sessions are often evaluated as, “The best session of the day,” and we adapt our content to fit your needs.

Products

We’ve compiled a list of our favorite resources on the variety of topics we teach. Feel free to use credited Accent Learning and Consulting materials for your business and personal use.

Course Catalog

Accent Learning & Consulting offers training sessions and facilitated discussions designed specifically to provide communication solutions for the business professional.

Accent Learning & Consulting Course Catalog

“Sarah’s energetic interpersonal style nicely complements her teaching skills and subject expertise.”

DARREN B.

“Accent took the time to understand not only the talent development and business needs that we had for our training but also our company culture.”

NAN P.

“We were extremely pleased by the practical and engaging session and continue to see its impact almost a year later.”

CLIENT

“Sarah’s energy and enthusiasm for generational differences was amazing. Sarah was the best presenter we’ve had all year.”

NANCY K.

“This woman is amazing! Thank you very, very much!!!”

RENEE M.

“You did an excellent job of helping us all see the strengths of the various generations, as well as reminding us that generational differences are a place to begin.”

JOLENE C.