Lisa Goldstein Graham, Ph.D. has practiced in the field of organizational psychology for over 20 years. Her mission, along with her business partner, Julie McDonald, Ph.D., is to create space for people to do the difficult inner work that is necessary to become their best selves. Through exceptional facilitation, a focus on skillsets often neglected in leadership development, and application of solid psychological principles, Dr. Graham helps professionals flourish at work and in life. Dr. Graham works with professionals at all levels of their career individually or in small group settings. Her experience ranges across a wide variety of organizations including small, family-owned business, nonprofit agencies, and Fortune 500 companies.
Leadership for the Future: Dare to Lead Courageously
(with Julie McDonald, PhD)
Dr. Lisa Graham and Dr. Julie McDonald will provide an overview of the four skill-sets of courageous leadership as identified by Dr. Brené Brown. These skills — which are teachable, measurable, and observable — include: Rumbling with Vulnerability, Living into our Values, BRAVING Trust, and Learning to Rise. Dr. Brown’s research indicates that these skill-sets are essential to meeting the leadership demands today and in the future.