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The people shortage (called a sansdemic) has been coming for 28 years.  Now that it is here to stay --- how will your organization adapt? How will you pursue your dreams and passions? Lisa's strategies are positive, productive game changers. 
A renowned leader in personal and organizational developmental psychology, Lisa has helped hundreds of organizations grow and thrive financially and culturally.  Her research has led her to the user friendly term "count on me" -- a portal to exploring the true power in offering our best and practicing the art of interdependence. 

 
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Growing in purpose starts here. 

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Speaking events

Lisa has applied her developmental mind to many of areas of interest and can speak on topics ranging from personal development to community development to how our dogs teach us to be good humans.

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Workshops

The Count on me workshops focus on helping the people in your organization find their "thing" - their unique qualities that enable them to come to work saying, "You can count on me".

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Podcast

The Count on me podcast is a short weekly podcast where Lisa invites you to explore how to find the thing that makes you, YOU and how that daily offering can better your personal and work relationships

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"Reading is the pathway to interdependence. When we read, we open our minds to new ways of thinking and doing."

Lisa and her husband, Dave own a manufacturing company, Franklin Fixtures. They supply hundreds of independent bookstores across the country with shelves.  You can find their shelves in the well known movie, You've Got Mail, starring Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks.  In 2022, they opened their own independent bookstore, Plenty on Spring.  Together, they are reinventing the local community bookstore through interdependent community spirit.

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