Lisa Pierosara

Position: Coaching

Certified Career and Leadership Coach

Lisa is a senior certified professional coach, facilitator and collaborative program leader with a history of fostering transformative change, communications excellence and leadership effectiveness.

After many years coaching young professionals at the Schulich School of Business and working with Canadian employers for the MBA program, she consults as a professional certified affiliate coach with CareerJoy, among other projects with executive clients across all business sectors (public, not for profit and corporate). Lisa walks the talk of pursuing next-level work that “fits” with who you are and what you want, a common goal for her seasoned roster of career coaching clients. For her executive and leadership development clients, she brings her background in branding, communications, DEI, and management effectiveness to co-create relevant leadership strategies and help clients create and sustain the conditions for high performance.

Credentials

BA French; College degree in Marketing

ICF PCC (with training by both Adler & CTI)

Management Effectiveness (Reddin Global)

CoachingOurselves

CareerLeader

Personal Interests

Cooking, home decor, fitness, downhill skiing, cycling, hiking, historical fiction, hospitality, mentorship, inclusion, communication effectiveness, free speech, anything parenting/family related, art galleries, etc!

Favourite Clients

Smart and humble, motivated, progression-focused, reflective, grateful, learner’s mindset — from any industry, function or age-stage.

Success Stories

“Lisa was an excellent communicator and facilities the exchange of ideas very well. My sessions felt like they were brainstorming events. I have a much better understanding of what I am looking for in my career life and how career /balance should be. Having a career profession acting as your advocate is a very powerful catalyst when looking for a new direction in a persons work life. The system works. It’s effective and provides results.” – Mark G.