Kris Lea is one of my favorite colleagues to work with. As a lifelong learner, Kris brings a pilot-to-program approach and can-do attitude to all of her work. She is particularly excellent at finding, developing, and executing tailored solutions to complex client problems. Her program design and project management skills are outstanding. Most importantly, however, she is a delight as a Thought Partner, team player, and champion of change. I cannot recommend Kris highly enough; she is simply amazing.

Marco Cassone

Change Manager, Finance Transformation Office, Cisco

“Kris Lea is one of my favorite colleagues to work with. As a lifelong learner, Kris brings a pilot-to-program approach and can-do attitude to all of her work. She is particularly excellent at finding, developing, and executing tailored solutions to complex client problems. Her program design and project management skills are outstanding. Most importantly, however, she is a delight as a Thought Partner, team player, and champion of change. I cannot recommend Kris highly enough; she is simply amazing.”

Marco Cassone

Change Manager, Finance Transformation Office, Cisco

In addition to her superior skills and talents as an organization development expert, Kris Lea possesses a rare combination of sensitivity, initiative and courage. This was apparent when we asked her to guide a core group of our seasoned facilitators through a visioning and strategic planning process. On the up side, facilitators are receptive to process and respect the value of an objective, third-party neutral. On the down side, they can be anticipatory and prone to double-thinking. Kris took on the challenging task of facilitating facilitators with the perfect combination of adept wrangling and staying the course with purpose, clarity and a good dose of humor. As a result, we are still building on that experience in positive and productive way.

Marsha Lang, MS, JD

Principal, Lang & Associates, Human Dynamics Consultants

“In addition to her superior skills and talents as an organization development expert, Kris Lea possesses a rare combination of sensitivity, initiative and courage. This was apparent when we asked her to guide a core group of our seasoned facilitators through a visioning and strategic planning process. On the up side, facilitators are receptive to process and respect the value of an objective, third-party neutral. On the down side, they can be anticipatory and prone to double-thinking. Kris took on the challenging task of facilitating facilitators with the perfect combination of adept wrangling and staying the course with purpose, clarity and a good dose of humor. As a result, we are still building on that experience in positive and productive way.”

Marsha Lang, MS, JD

Principal, Lang & Associates, Human Dynamics Consultants