Lisa Orrell, CPC, is globally recognized as “The Chief of Change”…and she’s NOT just another Keynote Speaker, Award-winning Author, Trainer, Certified Leadership & Life Coach, and Thought Leader. Her fun, unique and engaging style set her apart! As a result, she is in-demand by organizations to motivate & inspire their people to make positive changes personally, AND to inspire more positive changes in workplace dynamics & culture!
Her four popular books on Amazon include: Millennials Incorporated; Millennials into Leadership; and Boomers into Business. Her fourth book, Your Employee Brand is in Your Hands, was named a finalist in ForeWord Magazine’s Annual Book Awards competition (in the highly competitive Leadership books category). And Lisa’s books are often ordered in bulk by organizations to use in their Employee Learning & Development training programs.
As a respected expert and speaker, Lisa’s client list includes many well-known corporations and professional associations, including: Salesforce, Wyndham, Pfizer, eBay, Wells Fargo, Johnson & Johnson, Grant Thornton, Oracle, Juniper Networks, Pepsi, Chico’s, Applied Materials, ERA Real Estate, Paul Mitchell, Cisco, PayPal, USC, Blue Cross/BlueShield, State University of New York, SHRM, PBWC, NCHRA, National Diversity Council, and Monster.com. Lisa was even hired by the Government of Brunei to speak IN Brunei!
In addition to being a speaker and author, Lisa is a Certified Leadership & Life Coach who works with individuals and/or employee groups. She received her Leadership & Life Coach certification through an intensive training program accredited by the International Coach Federation.
And, based on her topic expertise and notoriety, Lisa has been interviewed by, or written articles for, countless media and research firms, including (partial list): ABC, NPR, MSNBC, CBS, The NY Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, U.S. News & World Report, Human Resource Executive, The Business Journals (throughout the U.S.), Recruitment & Retention, Universum’s Trainee Guides for Norway, Sweden and Denmark, China’s HerWorld Magazine, Diversity Business, HR.com, Monster.com, Recruiter.com, and CareerBuilder.com.