Here’s what people say about Lisa’s keynotes and workshops.
Lisa will help you truly understand growth strategies, particularly for B2B companies.
Lisa is a wonderful coach – and great facilitator of learning!
Anything that Lisa Nirell does, I would recommend. She is a terrific author, marketer, and leader.
Lisa’s marketing expertise and CMO communities are ground-breaking. They have contributed significantly to our team’s ability to contribute to Celerity’s 25% profit margin growth over the past three years.
Lisa brought a dynamic approach to leading our panel discussion that energized the audience. From concept to planning to execution, Lisa was a thrill to work with. She consistently put her best foot forward in every interaction.
Lisa “gets it” as to how to ask the right questions and draw out the key learning messages. She’s a subject expert on her own, so she knows where the value is in interviewing others. I admire her talent.
We invited Lisa to share lessons from her latest book, The Mindful Marketer, at our annual Advertising Week DC conference. Her unique insights on what it takes to thrive as a modern marketer inspired the packed audience. If you want someone to provoke your audience and shape new ways of thinking, hire Lisa for your next conference!
The Marketing Leaders of DC™ sessions are groundbreaking. When I look back, I think that this week will be one that changed the trajectory of my career. I’m excited to tackle the challenges that lie ahead.
Lisa’s innovative strategic growth ideas and energy booster questions were highly instrumental in making our seminar a huge success.
Having read Lisa’s books and articles, I know her to be a thought leader in the fields of strategic marketing and mindful leadership. She synthesizes concepts from cutting-edge business practices as well as Eastern philosophies and brings them to the workplace. Lisa cares deeply for modern marketers and advocates for them to be more effective by using these approaches.
As executives, we were spending nearly half of our time sorting out customer misunderstandings and internal communications problems, and very little time on planning. As a result, we were missing out on six and seven figure business opportunities. “As we expanded abroad, we used tribal knowledge to communicate our culture. This required way too much micro-management.After working with Lisa and her team, we now announce and track our strategic goals on a quarterly basis, and people pick pieces of those that they’ll help the company do. By linking our strategy and employee development through the Personal Strategic Plan process, we saw a direct impact on the bottom line.Collection time has gone from 75 days down to 45 days, and our CFO was featured in Inc. Magazine for our innovative cash management strategies.