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Liminal or "in-between" space is both a state of being and a felt-sense of transitioning held by clients and coaches alike. This space is where the "letting go" and "letting come" occurs—and if held well in relationship—can create brave, innovative paths for a client's or team's future. Liminality, the space of transition, offers deep opportunity for coaching relationships within the VUCA/pandemic context.
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ABOUT THE SPEAKER
As a coach, Lisa improves strategic focus, attends to emotional and somatic intelligence, and accelerates the development of individuals, leaders, and teams.
As a consultant, Lisa has more than 30 years of successful leadership experience, ranging from pastoring local churches to executive-level leadership in academia; director of internship and doctoral programs; and dean and vice president with responsibilities in strategic planning, team oversight, program development, budget management, and transition with an eye toward conflict management and the importance of diverse voices.
With an M.Div. from Duke Divinity School, a Ph.D. in Leadership Studies from the University of Glasgow (Divinity faculty), and three certificates from Cornell University’s S.C. Johnson School ofManagement in Executive Leadership, High-Performance Leadership, and Change Leadership, Lisa has an up-to-date portfolio of trends, research, and challenges facing the worlds of church, higher education, and business. In her work, Lisa provides insight about the intersection of research on leadership excellence. Coaching credentials include certification through the Gestalt Institute ofCleveland (Leadership Coach - GPCC), International Coaching Federation (ACC), Center for Credentialing and Education (BCC), and European Mentoring and Coaching Council (Team Coaching- ITCA).
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