Dr. Lisa D. Summerour
As Senior Vice President of Consulting Services, Dr. Summerour relies on her skills as a facilitator, presenter and empowerment coach to help leaders establish a consensus across multiple organizational levels; for the purposes of improving employee relationships and fostering an environment that encourages discretionary effort, through effective and sustainable employee engagement strategies.
Dr. Summerour has worked as an adjunct professor teaching online courses in career development and exploration, and business ethics and sustainability, where she was known for creating successful online teaching environments that resulted in student engagement beyond the course structure. She also worked as an experiential learning specialist in career services where she developed and facilitated live, interactive webinars designed to educate students and alumni on career opportunities and interview preparation.
With over 30-years of experience in sales and customer service, Dr. Summerour has a strong focus on what she describes as internal and external client satisfaction. She has presented as a facilitator and motivational speaker, for sales teams of as few as 10 to national conventions hosting nearly 4,000 attendees. Dr. Summerour is a professionally trained life coach with specific training for facilitating groups in both telephone and online individual and group environments. She has completed the Train the Trainer certification, is a certified WholeBrain Practitioner, and certified to conduct Equitable Leadership Assessments (ELA). Dr. Summerour co-authored “The 4-Tions: Your Guide to Developing Successful Job Search Strategies,” which has been distributed to more than 20 countries.
Dr. Summerour earned a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Trenton State University, a Master’s degree in Management from Indiana Wesleyan University and a second Master’s degree in Christian Studies with a focus on Christian Leadership from Grand Canyon University. She earned her Ed.D. in Ethical Leadership from Olivet Nazarene University.
- Dissertation Title: “Examining African American and Caucasian Female Proteges’ Perspectives on their Mentors’ Behaviors and the Importance of their mentor’s Race”
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