There’s no substitute for experience.
WHEN YOU WANT TO BOOST PERFORMANCE AND BUILD VALUE, TURN TO LIZ KISLIK.
For more than 25 years as president of Liz Kislik Associates, a nationally acclaimed management consultancy, Liz Kislik has focused on advancing business results for her clients, such as American Express, Orvis, The Girl Scouts, Guthy-Renker, Staples, and Highlights for Children.
In her practice, Liz assesses and facilitates teams and restructures processes to help organizations strengthen their top and bottom lines. She develops higher performing workforces for leading organizations, from the Fortune 500 and national non-profits to family-run businesses. Over the years Liz has coached and mentored employees from the C-suite to the contact center — vice presidents, human resource professionals, and department supervisors — always motivating them with her wit, wisdom, and humanity.
Many businesses also know Liz as the author of Workplace Wisdom, a frequently cited blog offering valuable perspectives and tips for developing leaders, managing teams, and improving the customer experience. She is a highly rated speaker at industry conferences such as NCOF (National Conference on Operations Fulfillment) and NEMOA (National Etailing and Mailing Organization of America).
Liz received her MBA from NYU and her BA from Yale.
Awards & Honors
Liz is deeply involved in industry organizations that promote education, ethics, and best practices.
She currently serves on the Board of Trustees of Marketing EDGE, and also on its Executive Committee. Past service includes six years on the Board of Directors of the Direct Marketing Association (DMA). She also chaired DMA’s Committee for Ethical Business Practice and the Teleservices Ethics Committee, was a founding member of its Committee on Social Responsibility, and as an authority on direct marketing ethics, testified before the U.S. Congress on behalf of DMA's self-regulatory programs.
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