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How To Change Course When Things Are Going South | Lisa Gable

Lisa Gable is recognized worldwide as a turnaround mastermind and innovative businesswoman. For more than 30 years, she has been called to turnaround failing organizations— businesses, teams, nonprofits, political campaigns, and government projects—and solve seemingly intractable problems.

Over time, Lisa has learned the key to course-correct when things go South is applying the discipline of process engineering—carefully reevaluating everything your organization does and how it does it—with diplomacy and humanity, taking care of relationships and forging strong partnerships. As a CEO, former US Ambassador, and advisor to Fortune 500 companies, Lisa has orchestrated the successful turnarounds of private and public organizations in all industries.

Lisa is also the CEO of FARE, the world's largest non-governmental organization investing in food allergy research, advocacy, and education. We have used my 4 step methodology to turnaround FARE, taking it to new levels of performance through an 83% restructure launched in 2018 and will have raised 100M against a 200M campaign by the end of this year.

On this episode, we talk about her experience as a turnaround expert and how to change course when things go south. We talk about the importance of learning your core competency, never giving up, and leaving your deliverables in the world.

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Gordon J Bernhardt

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President and founder of Bernhardt Wealth Management and author of Profiles in Success: Inspiration from Executive Leaders in the Washington D.C. Area. Gordon provides financial planning and wealth management services to affluent individuals, families and business owners throughout the Washington, DC area. Since establishing his firm in 1994, he and his team have been focused on providing high quality service and independent financial advice to help clients make informed decisions about their money.