Breakthroughs in clarity, commitment and action are usually just one good conversation away.
We have spent the past 25 years facilitating that sort of conversation.
We help you design conversations that engage everyone in creating shared insight and commitment.
Designed as working sessions, not training classes
Built to leverage team strengths & projects underway
Featuring compelling experiences & two-way conversations
Set up to help you re-prioritize & eliminate unnecessary work
Framed so the team owns the mission & the plan
Focused on clear outcome & key business drivers every time
Cultivating deeper relationships through collaborative work
Crafted so teams design their own dashboards & reviews
Based on repeatable, adaptable, & scalable methods
Elizabeth Doty is a former lab fellow of Harvard University’s Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, a 2016 Top Thought Leader in Trust, and the founder of Leadership Momentum.
For 27 years, she has helped C-Suite leaders improve strategy execution by building cultures of commitment, collaboration and action. Elizabeth brings a comfortable, candid approach to facilitating high‐engagement conversations and integrating values, strategy and operations. Prior to founding Leadership Momentum, she served as a lead consultant with a change services firm, partnering with clients to execute mission‐critical strategic initiatives in over a dozen industries. Typical outcomes included a 40% increase in annual operating profit for a healthcare operation, 35% reduction in unbillable professional time for a benefits consulting firm and $12 million reduction in claims over payments for an insurance client.
Ms. Doty writes regularly for strategy + business magazine, and is a 2016 Top Thought Leader in Trust. From 2012‐2015, she served as a Network Fellow with the Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University, where her research focused on practical challenges of making and keeping leadership commitments. Her book, The Compromise Trap, was published by Berrett‐Koehler in 2009. Elizabeth earned her MBA from Harvard Business School in 1991.