Liz founded Mentor Leadership Team because she understands the value of people. When people are valued because of their unique qualities and given the skills they need to excel, organizations soar.
Liz is a widely sought after consultant, trainer and keynote speaker on corporate mentoring strategies and leadership development. She has trained in organizations such as NASA, ConocoPhillips, Compassion International, Good Samaritan Hospitals and YUM! Foods. As a practitioner, she has overseen leadership development programs for an organization with more than 30,000 leaders. As a speaker, Liz has a global expertise, training leaders on six continents.
Liz has published two books and countless articles. Her first book, 3G Mentoring describes Mentor Leadership Team's approach toward mentoring as an essential relational strategy to bridge generational distinctions, global diversity and gender differences within the workforce. Her second book, Real Leaders: The Power of Authentic Leadership, draws from her deep practical knowledge of what it takes to be a real leader people will follow. Liz is the co-host of MLT's weekly radio program, M.A.D. (Mentoring Across Differences). She teaches leadership and organizational development as an adjunct at Denver Seminary and Colorado Christian University.
A lifelong learner, Liz has earned three post-graduate degrees, culminating in her Ph.D. in Education with an emphasis in training and performance improvement. People are often surprised to learn that one of Liz's degrees is a Master of Divinity. This degree uniquely qualifies her to meet the needs of faith-based nonprofits and churches as well.