Lorri Lizza has led teams for over 20 years in the design and implementation of projects related to leadership and organizational development, business ethics and values, large scale corporate change, cultural transformation, executive coaching, succession planning, employee engagement, action learning, generative conversation and communication. She is experienced in the disciplines of Organizational Learning, helping senior teams create new visions and strategies as a result of changing workforce demographics, expanding marketplace competition and growing customer expectations.  As a trusted advisor she works with people to develop their own sustainable practice for on-going learning.

    For the past 10 years Lorri was a Vice President of Human Resources in AT&T.  There she led a globally deployed team in providing HR services to the Business Sales organization of about 10,000 employees. Before that Lorri was in strategic HR policy roles which impacted all employees.  She developed Strategy Forums for the then Chairman and his senior executives. The goal was to create an environment for leaders to generate a shared agenda for the future.  In addition to strategy, these executive forums also included enhancing team capacities for learning in action, talking about tough issues, bringing values and ethics into decision-making processes, and raising senior executives' self-awareness through 360 Feedback. 

  Lorri holds a BA from Marymount College and an MBA from Fairleigh Dickinson University.  She is a graduate of the Executive Development Program at the Johnson Graduate School of Cornell, and was a founding member of the Society for Organizational Learning, where she has served as Trustee.  Having recently moved on from AT&T, her interests are to work with people in ways that foster healing and growth, and to more fully integrate the personal, professional, and spiritual aspects of her life.




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