Wed, 01 Jul 2020
5:00 PM – 6:00 PMAdd to Calendar
Video Conferencing Link
The Power of Habits
Introduction to the habit loop (routine, cue, reward) and how quickly bad habits can form. Data on professional habits that impact our ability to lead. Following, we will each select a habit to analyze (I will use the habit of distraction) and consider ways to hack the habit for more effective behavior that will positively impact my productivity and leadership.
The Science of Willpower
We will briefly consider what willpower is and ways to increase our will power to positively support decision making in making habits stick, quickly touching on the importance of setting up positive and productive basic routines (sleep, diet and exercise)
Lisa is a Learning Facilitator and Executive Coach, passionate about people, leadership development and professional/personal growth. Her focus is around facilitating greater self-awareness, honing strengths, fostering communication and leveraging diversity to drive connection, innovation, positive outcomes and team performance.
Lisa completed her undergraduate studies at the Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University and holds two Masters degrees from IE University, the International MBA from IE Business School and more recently, the Executive Master in Positive Leadership, Strategy and Transformation from the IE School of Human Sciences and Technology. Lisa is an Executive Coach with ICF Accredited Knowledge-Based Coaching Certificate, certified CDR Assessment provider and Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centered Coaching certified.
A native of California, positive by nature and deeply curious, Lisa has spent most of her professional career based in Europe working in global environments with individuals from over 80 nationalities. Lisa is a native English speaker, fluent in Spanish and based in Madrid and conversational in German, having lived in Germany. Lisa has a great appreciation for diversity and difference as a driver of innovation and greater outcomes when allowed to flourish and connect.