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Lisa is a Fort Collins, Colorado-based professional, speaker, writer, and beekeeper. She enjoys writing about nature's abundance, the cycles of life, nature, natural moments, and the importance of Being in Awe.

Lisa has been writing since the age of 12 and studying the art of cooking for over 30 years. She attended pasta making classes in Italy, completed the intensive Forks Over Knives plant-based cooking course, and enjoys researching the science of cooking and presentation for the home cook. She admits she is still learning!

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Masters of Arts in Organizational Management
Bachelors in English
previously Registered Respiratory Therapist

Experience and Distinctions

Certified Master Coach
Certified Compassion Fatigue Specialist
Competent Toastmaster
Forks Over Knives Cooking Course

Expert Academy on LiL
49 Completed Sessions
Last Session:
Mon Apr 27 2020 at 10:30 am EDT
Last Log-in:
Tue Apr 6 2021 at 03:28 pm EDT
On Learn It Live Since:
Friday May 4, 2012
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Life is lovely. And sometimes not so much. Our heads can get cluttered with "stuff" and it can be difficult to auto-refresh. For many, refreshing our minds and creating a new start happens at the beginning of every calendar year. For others, it's a new start every morning, or even a reset during the day! However you find yourself in need of a reset or refresh, having quick tools to auto-refresh is vital to maintaining a healthy mind, body, and spirit. In this interactive session, participants will: Identify personal "clutter" that creates barriers to a clear vision Develop tools to manage the internal chatter and move forward Learn three "Ds" to quickly auto-fresh the mind and set goals for a new "you"
Caring professionals must deal with ambiguity, stress from various "ports", and may over-deliver compassion on a daily basis. Our world can become chaotic, less structured, and seemingly out of control. It's very possible to develop compassion fatigue and even burnout. In this session participants will: 1) Explore the five circles of health 2) Identify signs and symptoms of compassion fatigue and burnout 3) Learn a 6-minute behavior modification techniques to self-soothe, "color-code" the chaos and practice self-compassion.
Whether it is a natural disaster (fire, flood, tornado, hurricane) or a personal emergency (critical illness, caring for a loved one, managing an estate), life keeps going. We have to be able to pay bills, care for animals, navigate healthcare, manage a business, locate wills, power of attorneys, firearms, and many, many other important tasks. An emergency is not a time for more surprises. How prepared are you to coordinate your own or a loved one's personal property, financial, and medical information in the case of an emergency? If not, let's get some Personal Emergency Preparedness in your life! In this 30 minute session, participants will: - List important documents, files, etc. to quickly access in case of an emergency - Learn techniques to store and access personal or a loved one's information - Receive a 50+ page emergency preparedness guide to jump-start emergency preparedness
Enjoy this brief 15-minute addendum to the Plant-based Me-Oh My! Class!
Lisa Boesen
Health & Wellness > Healthy Eating
Recorded: Mar 09, 2020 at 10:45 am EDT
Achieving a primarily plant-based lifestyle can be daunting. What might a plant-based lifestyle look like for YOU? Many people ask - What do I eat? How do I start? What if I fail? In this 45-minute session, participants will: - Describe the components recommended for a plant-based lifestyle - Evaluate support systems and strategies to be successful - Receive a comprehensive 44-page tool to take a two-week test drive with plant-based eating
Plant slant, plant-based, vegan and more. There are so many concepts - you may feel overwhelmed! Let's take the fear out! In this 45-minute session participants will: - Review the most popular plant-based theories - Listen to a personal story of transforming to a primarily plant-based eating plan - Receive valuable self-assessment questions to determine your readiness to make a change
Problem solving is a key competency for career growth. Being able to mentally walk through situations/challenges and create a simple plan of attack is critical to not only work life but your personal life as well. What questions do you ask yourself for clarity and awareness? In this session, participants will: - Distinctly identify problems through powerful questioning - Query the mind to determine solutions - Understand different methodologies to create tasks and action steps and move forward
Employee engagement polls suggest that employees primarily want to things at work: Someone they can count on and the ability to learn something new every day. Owning your own development unleashes your personal power and ultimately your future. If you are curious as to how to "develop in place", this session is for you. In this session you will learn: 1) Three key elements to personal and professional development 2) Tools to link your development to your personal competencies and organizational goals 3) At least 10 ways to develop your knowledge, skills and abilities and build your competency portfolio for future opportunities
Overview To gain a competitive advantage and further develop employees, an increasing number of organizations utilize coaching as part of their overall talent development strategy. More and more organizations are creating programs that provide valuable coaching opportunities for employees at all levels. In this workshop, we will explore key strategies and best practices of an effective coaching engagement, including: Definitions of Coaching ATD: Coaching = Competency Blending the roles of a coach and trainer Separating the roles of a coach and trainer Explore types of coaching Outlining what a coach is and isn't Knowing how coaching makes a difference - the ROI Coaching Tools and Techniques Outcomes At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will be able to: Define coaching Differentiate coaching from other roles List the 11 coaching competencies Explain coaching and coaching ROI Adjust to personalities Use assertive communication Set goals with toward, internal and proactive focus Create a plan to use coaching as a trainer Presenter: Lisa Boeson, MAOM, PHR, CMC Center for Coaching Certification [email protected] Lisa is Certified Master Coach with the Center for Coaching Certification. She has over 35 years in healthcare including acute care and rehabilitation, clinical management, Human Resources, leadership development, and performance improvement. She holds a Masters in Organizational Management plus certificates as a trainer, workshop facilitator, and is a certified compassion fatigue specialist. Lisa is a member of the International Coach Federation and the Society for Human Resources Management. The Center for Coaching Certification is the only International Coach Federation approved coach training that is also authorized by IACET to offer CEUs. Their missions is, "Enhance your coach training experience with quality, professionalism, and support"."
Do you find yourself wondering how others get what they want in a mindful, thoughtful way? How do successful people understand difficulties and determine courses of actions to take with and through others? How do you build a coalition and create followership? In this one hour introductory course about influence, participants will: 1) Analyze surroundings and develop "other" awareness 2) Identify different influence styles 3) Develop a strategy for developing influence and harnessing influential power ethically and responsibly
Strategic thinking is a key competency for leadership positions. But what is strategic thinking? How does it differ from day in, day out tactical management? How can you develop a strategic mindset when you are in the trenches? In this one hour introductory course, participants will: 1) Understand the difference between operational, tactical and strategic thinking 2) Link into the future goals and priorities of your manager, your colleagues, and your organizations 3) Identify strategic opportunities to build relationships with key players and develop a strategic mindset to move you forward in your leadership career
In today's work environment, there is a continuous push to make rapid decisions. Information appears to be at our finger tips through the internet, social media and other electronic tools that may lead us to believe we have immediate, honest, and accurate information to move forward quickly with a decision. Further we are pushed into a sense of urgency with motivational tools such as advertising, competition and uncertainty that evoke our emotions and weaken our structured decision making process. In this interactive session, participants will be able to: 1) Identify barriers that limit good decision making 2) Describe two process systems to support good decision making 3) Create action steps to create your own standardize decision making process
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