Leaving Your Leadership Legacy

  • 21 Nov 2013
  • The Employers Association, 3020 West Arrowood Road Charlotte, NC 28273

Registration

  • Please join us as a guest for an evening of stimulating thought, good food and professional company. Let us introduce you to our group and share why we would love for you to be a part of it!

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  • Join your other members and their guests for an evening of great food, networking and information.

Registration to attend the November meeting has been closed due to our deadline for the caterer. If you would like to attend the presentation portion of the meeting only (no meal included), please email us at info@astdcharlotte.org to be added to the list.
Join Lisa Doyle, VP Learning and Development at Lowe's Company for an evening discovering the importance of being a leader who serves, and building a leadership legacy.  Hear the compelling story of Lisa Doyle’s leadership journey, and how she continually focuses on building her own leadership legacy.  Lisa leads from the heart, embodying Servant Leadership qualities in all aspects of her career.  You’ll hear how her early childhood experiences have shaped her beliefs on serving others 
authentically and building lasting relationships.

In this session we will:
  • Discover the importance of building your leadership legacy.
  • Learn the positive attributes of being a servant leader.
  • Gain insight and knowledge of critical leadership best practices.

Lisa Doyle serves as vice president of Learning and Development at Lowe's in Mooresville, NC.  She is responsible for aligning learning, employee development, and performance improvement with Lowe’s overall strategic goals, and for developing workforce capability and driving efficiency throughout the company.  Lisa leads the creation and implementation of comprehensive learning, development, and performance support strategies to build workforce engagement and proficiency.  

Lisa has spent over a decade in the learning and development arena.  In previous roles, she architected and led a professional academy at the US Department of Veterans Affairs and the Training Institute at Acquisition Solutions, Inc.  Lisa was named Chief Learning Officer of the Year in 2011 by CLO Magazine, Inc.  She has an MBA from Hood College in Frederick, MD.

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