About Essentia

Essentia’s approach to organizational excellence looks at the business organization as a system and integrates the concepts of purpose-inspired business, performance management, motivational culture and stakeholder focus to create powerful recipes for impactful and sustainable organizational change.  The premise is simple.  Optimal organizational effectiveness and engagement occur when employees have the opportunity to leverage their strengths to make a valued impact on something they believe is important. 

Lisa Shelley

Lisa Shelley is the Founder and Principal Consultant of Essentia Ltd.  Essentia provides services focused on creating better leaders, organizations and businesses through a systems approach to organizational effectiveness and employee engagement.

Lisa has leveraged more than 20 years of experience managing people, projects and products at GE to form Essentia’s unique systems approach to organizational and leadership effectiveness.

Specific services include: consulting, cultural assessment, leadership training, executive coaching and keynote presentations - all aimed at helping businesses achieve optimal results through more energized, capable and effective organizations.

Lisa’s corporate career spanned leadership roles in Engineering, Customer Support, Product Management and Human Resources. She has developed expertise across a wide range of business areas including Organizational Development and Effectiveness, Purpose Discovery, Leadership Development and Learning Management, Product Management, Process Development, Change Management, Supplier Management, Customer Support, and Project Management. She is a natural systems thinker and a passionate public speaker.

Lisa holds a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Cincinnati, is a certified Six Sigma Master Black belt, is a certified executive coach and has completed extensive leadership training through GE’s Jack Welch Leadership Center (GE Crotonville.)

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