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Lisa Codispoti, Director, Consulting at ERC

Lisa Codispoti

Director, Consulting at ERC and Keynote Speaker

Lisa Codispoti is ERC’s Director, Consulting. At ERC, Lisa is responsible for our Consulting services which include the full cycle of the Employee Experience. With over 25 years of Human Resources and business leadership experience, Lisa has gained valuable knowledge and expertise in everything from Talent Management, to HR transformation, to organizational development, change management, and leadership effectiveness.

Prior to joining ERC, Lisa has held a variety of HR and business operations roles including prominent positions at Sage Software, Outsourcing Solutions, KeyCorp, and GE. Lisa received her Bachelor’s Degree from Walsh University and her MBA from Case Western Reserve University. She has completed Ph.D. coursework in Human and Organizational Development from the Fielding Institute.

Lisa is actively involved with her two teenage sons’ schools and soccer teams. In addition, Lisa is an adjunct professor at Walsh University and Kent State University’s business schools. Lisa currently serves as a board member for Meals on Wheels of both Stark and Wayne counties as well as the Stark County Catholic School Board.

Contact Information:


Lisa Codispoti
Director, Consulting

Phone: 440-947-1311
Email: lcodispoti@yourERC.com

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Lisa Codispoti's Keynote Speaking Presentations for Organizations

 

Leading with Authenticity

Developing Your Personal Leadership Style

Successful leaders strike a balance between their personal leadership style and the leadership style of their organization. Authenticity is key in having a confident leadership role. This session explores this dynamic, giving participants not only awareness about their own impact but also confidence in to be an authentic leader in facets of life.

 

Organizational Change is Constant

How to Lead and Embrace Change

Organizational change continues to accelerate with the many factors that drive it: technology, globalization, leadership transitions, and more. All while employees are expected to consume significant change and deliver exceptional customer experiences. Though people can make or break any initiative, many organizations do not attend to the people-related elements of change. Leaders have a great responsibility to actively lead organizational change in order to ensure employees are engaged and results are achieved. This session explores the change acceleration process, common pitfalls of change management, the people-factor, and leadership strategies and tactics for success.

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