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Who is this Elizabeth Lions anyway?

Elizabeth Lions is the Author of two books, "Recession Proof Yourself" and "I Quit! Working for You Isn't Working For Me"
Elizabeth has designed and developed leadership and career courses, webinars and even a radio show entitled, "Leadership Lessons from the Lioness"

Elizabeth's practice is broken into two main areas - Leadership Development and Career Management.

An expert advisor, Elizabeth has been quoted in Yahoo, The Ladders, and Dice job boards. Her words have reached as far as the front page of the ...See All


University of Maine

Experience and Distinctions

Elizabeth taught the who's who in corporate America and has worked with the leaders of Intel, Microsoft, eBay, Wells Fargo Bank, Fiserv and many more. Executives trust her as a wise adviser on career management and to leadership.

Want to learn from the best?

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Expert Academy on LiL
19 Completed Sessions
Last Session:
Mon Aug 24 2015 at 09:00 am EST
Last Log-in:
Tue May 10 2016 at 10:27 am EST
On Learn It Live Since:
Tuesday Jan 21, 2014
Expert Services Offered
Women's Leadership Development Program   (Get Quote) [+] Show More Info

For women only Great for new leaders or tenured leaders who would like to pull more results from the team. Email Elizabeth directly for pricing. 8 week intensive

career management program   (Get Quote) [+] Show More Info

8 week intensive Please email for outline of services

leadership development programs   (Get Quote) [+] Show More Info

Leadership development programs

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Elizabeth Lions
Career Development
Recorded: Aug 24, 2015 at 09:00 am EST
In Elizabeth's last discussion she talked about the high cost of retention and not letting your best team members walk away. To continue that thread, Elizabeth's talk on employee engagement will enlighten leaders. According to Gallup, only 30 percent of workers are engaged at work which is a loss of 550 billion lost in productivity. What is employee engagement? Why is it important? How do I get some of that good stuff? Do I need to worry about bad reviews on GlassDoor from employees? All this and more will be answered on Elizabeth talk on Learn It Live. Don't leave employee engagement to HR. Take the reins and become involved as a leader in this important concept.
Don't let your best walk away! Employers are reporting that it's a candidate driven market up from 56% to 90% today. Career Builder reported that 34% of employers expected to add contractors. 49% stated they plan to hire full time. Last quarter Career Builder stated that 32% of companies reported they would add staff by June. 39% actually did. What does all this mean for you in leadership? Retention. Join Elizabeth as she gives current market data on why candidates are taking offers and how to prevent them from leaving your company. Elizabeth will help you developer a retention strategy that you can implement on your own - without the help of HR. Elizabeth will also share the 2 most important reasons why employees leave in 2015. Don't let your best walk away! Join us for this informative webinar!
Training and development. Words that most leaders fear because it means putting time into an employee and away from the daily workload. Many leaders shy away from developing employees due to lack of time, but studies show it's the number one reason why people leave their jobs. An employee asking for development is an employee that is asking to be retained. In fact, Glassdoor's 2014 employment confidence survey of nearly 1,000 U.S. employees found that 63% of employees believe that learning new skills or receiving special training is the most important towards career advancement.I In this class, Elizabeth will show leaders how to develop their employees and why it's critical. Development isn't a task that should be saddled with Human Resources. Smart leaders develop, empower and grow their teams. Class will cover: Tips of how to develop employees Development is a signal to retain How to create a simple and effective development path When to consider succession planning How to avoid having a top heavy organization while creating career path