Dr. Natasha Ganem started Lion Leadership in 2015 and currently serves as managing director and principal consultant. Specializing in organizational development and employee engagement, Natasha helps executives create strategy around managing and developing staff. She is responsible for fueling the Lion Leadership values throughout operations so that Lion Leadership’s delivery of service remains above the rest.
Not sure what you need to do to scale? Not sure how to get your people to the next level? Natasha can help with that. Put differently, she serves as an outsourced Chief Talent Development Officer for companies looking to grow as well as for companies who may have grown too fast. She can put processes in place that make for seamless transitions as well as patch holes in current systems that are broken or outdated.
Natasha teaches management and leadership seminars for Fortune 500 directors and executives at Emory University’s Goizueta Business School and recently served 7 years as an award-winning faculty member at the University of Georgia. Combining real-world experience with her academic background, Dr. Ganem spent 6 years in the Department of Institutional Effectiveness at the Savannah College of Art and Design where she gained certifications and tactical experience in building teams, consensus, strategy, and assessment protocols. There she collected data needed to validate and authenticate growth metrics as well as developed the agility needed to be successful in a creative, dynamic, and fast-paced organization.
Natasha holds a Ph.D. in Sociology from Emory University with a specialization in emotion management, workplace authority, and conflict.
What You’ll Learn in This Episode
- How to navigate an uncertain future
- Change management – how to restructure safely
- How organizations should prep for economic downturn
- Importance of Professional Development during a crisis like COVID-19 and how to implement virtually
- How to work from home to maximize productivity, efficiency and well-being
- Leading and maintaining culture in a remote workforce