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Embrace Your Feminine Energy
  • Are you struggling to find meaning and joy in your career? 
  • Do you wonder why we don't have more women leaders
  • Would you like to understand how to fully engage employees and develop high-performing teams? ​​​​​​​
    Lisa Liszcz, Ph.D. is a master coach and consultant who has coached executives and developed teams for over 30 years. Through personal stories, research, and cultural anecdotes, Lisa explains how individuals and leaders can support the emergence of feminine energy in organizations for individual success, employee engagement, and the development of high-performing teams. The results include stronger and happier individuals and more profitable companies.

    In her book, Feminine Emergence, Dr. Liszcz describes the need for balance between masculine and feminine energies within individuals, teams, and organizations. She outlines practical steps for bringing both strengths to life. Her insightful stories from her personal history, her interviews with forty-four women, and references to pop culture show the value of bringing more feminine energy into our world. 

    Feminine Emergence outlines what is missing from a life, a team, or an organization that is out of balance. This new and emerging view of life and work inspires the reader to engage divine gifts that are available to all of us. 

    The reader will learn how to: 
    - Find their own balance of masculine and feminine energy for increased career and life joy. 
    Engage employees more fully in their work. 
    Facilitate teams in a way that leverages more talents and skills of members.
    Enhance organizational performance through the development of balanced energy and corporate culture.




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