Lisa A. King
Individualization, Futuristic, Responsibility, Achiever, Strategic
Throughout my 25+ years of professional experience as a senior marketing & branding leader, C-suite executive, and Managing Partner/consultant for global consumer products companies, my true passion has been developing leaders, teams, personal brands, and culture.
I believe in paying it forward. Throughout my life and career, I have had the opportunity to witness and experience the power and influence of inspirational leaders, as well as the drain and harm caused by ineffective bosses. When people find the clarity of what matters and leverage their Strengths, they ignite the power of their own energy to be their best self. I’ve seen leaders emerge and their personal brands become clear. When this happens, anything is possible.
As I reflect on my career, it’s clear what is most important to me. The greatest reward and measure of success has come from the relationships I’ve built and from the privilege of leading and developing leaders throughout my career. When a leader realizes their talents and potential, gains confidence, and accomplishes more than they thought was possible, it brings me tremendous joy. They become a part of something larger than themselves and bring great value to the team and organization. This is the primary reason why I left the corporate world and I am one of the founding members and President of Daneli Partners, a leadership development company.
Fundamentally, I believe in the unique Strengths and contributions of each person. It is for this reason, and my passion for developing others, that I am a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach. There are a number of other assessments available, many of which I’ve personally taken, but I feel the psychology and principles behind Clifton Strengths best align with my development philosophy. As a Strengths Coach, I have the opportunity and privilege of working with clients of all ages to create awareness of their innate talents and create development plans based on Strength-Building versus weakness fixing.
Lisa A. King