Lisa is an executive coach and development advisor with over twenty years of experience helping leaders and their teams perform more effectively within their organizations. Her approach marries her practical understanding of how organizations function with a deep expertise in the critical personal and relationship skills that underpin high performing leaders and teams. Her work falls into three broad categories: Executive Coaching, Executive Team Alignment and Development, and Women’s Leadership.
As an executive coach, Lisa has worked extensively with leaders who are being groomed to take on more responsibility, or who are assuming a crucial new role. Her expertise in assessing interpersonal and relationship building skills help executives expand their repertoire of leadership competencies, and provides insights critical for success in senior positions. Drawing on her experience in management roles at large firms, she also advises executives on how to navigate increasingly complex organizations.
Lisa engages with executive teams to assist them in ensuring alignment of mission, strategy and structure, and to provide processes that support consistent team interactions and leadership behaviors.
Her work with women integrates her executive coaching work with specific knowledge of, and sensitivity to the unique challenges women face in today’s business world.
Previously, Lisa was a Managing Director and the Global Head of Talent Development at the former Lehman Brothers where she focused on creating and implementing large-scale efforts to develop the firm’s leadership and sales capabilities. Prior to that she held senior development roles at Deutsche Bank and JPMorgan.
Lisa has a B.A. from Brown University and, since then, has been certified in a number of assessment instruments and coaching methodologies. She is also actively involved in researching and promoting the field of organizational network analysis and was recently published on the topic.
A partial client list includes Apollo, American Express, Beginning with Children Foundation, Blackstone, BNP Paribas, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Estee Lauder, Freddie Mac, MetLife, Morgan Stanley, Neuberger Berman and Tumi.