Optimize Your Greatest Asset - The People Side Of Your Business
Welcome to the source for optimizing your most important asset – the people side of your business.
As it is the thoughts, feelings, behaviours and imagination of the people of the organization, more than procedures, processes, financials or technology that are at the heart of business and what makes business tick and thrive. As a result, here at Embodi Inc., we specialize in the human mind at work.
Read more about why change initiatives, whether they be strategic, leadership, team, cultural or individual struggle to ‘stick’ and be embodied long term.
specializing in the optimization of organizational life
There are two outcomes to strategic thought, planning and implementation: One outcome is horizontal change, where skills, new behaviours and technical competences are developed. The other outcome is more vertical change. This is where a shift in consciousness has …
Did you know that not all stress management training are the same? Did you know that there is a way to manage stress that also develops the business mind? Most stress management trainings offer solutions that bring temporary reprieve from stress. …
What would it take to streamline communications and improve productivity? What would it take to foster employee engagement, innovation, accountability and results? What it takes is learnings the steps to optimizing the interrelated, moving parts of the organization. . Organizational …
Is a technological, process, cultural or strategic change required in your company? Are you concerned that people may not adopt the intended change in a timely and proficient manner? Managing the people side of change, especially cultural change is hard. . In fact, …
Having teams that are able to come together in ways that foster coherence and a collective intelligence, where the ‘we is smarter than the me’, are one of the most vital components of a successful business. These kinds of teams …
Lisa Markham Sherrill Working With The Business Athlete Executive Coaching Profile EXPERIENCE For over 10 years, Lisa Markham Sherrill has facilitated individual leaders as they work to transform themselves in order to face bigger, more complex challenges. Drawing on her …
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Lisa Sherrill, M.A.
Lisa Sherrill, M.A. is the founder of Embodi Inc. Embodi, Inc. is a company that specializes in human behaviour in the workplace, finding ways to encourage the development of organizational life.
Harvard Business Review suggests that 70% of companies that undergo transformative change fail. Lisa understands the complexities of why this failure rate it so high. Her consulting approach reflects this complexity to better help small and large companies integrate and embed change, in ways that bring further life into the organization.
Lisa is a recognized change management consultant, coach, trainer as well as cultural, team and leadership development specialist. She has with a proven track record, innovating strategic and operational solutions that help leaders and corporations embody their desired objectives.
She has worked in many business sectors across both United States and Canada, including IT, GIS, Oil & Gas, Environmental Engineering, Health Care, women entrepreneurs and small business. With over a decade of professional experience, she specializes in collaborative solutions that help small and large organizations realize more of their business potential.
Lisa has an incredible depth and breath of working knowledge at the micro and macro levels of business, psychology, technology and culture, which makes her unique and very skilled in what she does.
She has guided and facilitated teams in re-inventing themselves. She has worked with team dynamics to help them rebuild trust and the capacity to innovate their way through conflict and repeated project failures. She has coached strategic leaders and small business owners through mental blocks and blind spots to achieve further success. She is also a seasoned teacher and facilitator, that has assisted with cultural change programs, as well as mediated many discussions between stakeholders, at multiple levels of enterprise.
Lisa is working towards her Ph.D. in psychology, studying human behaviour in the workplace at Meridian University. She holds a Bachelors in Science, Masters in Psychology, and post degree diplomas in Information Systems. In addition, she is PROSCI© Change Management certified, and holds certifications in Conflict Management, Brain Based Leadership Coaching, Interpersonal Neurobiology and Professional Management. Her PhD dissertation explores the human mind at work, focusing on the holding environment necessary to support big emergent change.
To learn more, contact her at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
In partnership with the Chamber of Commerce, Lisa Sherrill offers free presentations at various chamber events. These presentations are on various topics related to optimizing performance and human behaviour in the workplace. . Contact Lisa Sherrill to have her present …
In sponsorship with the WV Small Business Administration, Lisa Sherrill offers free webinars once a month. These webinars are on various topics related to optimizing performance and human behaviour in the workplace. . To be on the mailing list for …
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