Our familiar world is becoming history.
In its place is rising a new era
– the knowledge age –
which will be powered by the mobility of people, capital, and ideas.
Engines fueled by information rather than by steam.
To survive and hopefully thrive in this new era we need to shift
how we work and how we think.
Welcome to Deep Change.
I help organizations, communities, and governments navigate complex issues by strengthening ongoing stakeholder engagement via my Navigating Deep Change™ methodology, drawn from three decades of on-the-ground reporting and analysis of contentious public topics.
Navigating Deep Change™
A purpose-led, community-anchored method for moving forward and building back better in uncertain times.
Identify Shared Purpose & Values
We begin by identifying your organization’s core values and a shared purpose that aligns with stakeholder/community values. These shared values and shared purpose will guide strategy and decision-making as you begin to navigate deep change.
Ongoing Community Engagement
You will need to make a commitment to ongoing and meaningful stakeholder/ community engagement, including creating safe and welcoming spaces for a diversity of voices, ideas and perspectives to mix and mingle.
Map, Measure & Adjust Route
We will implement the Navigating Deep Change™ step-by-step methodology, which integrates easily with your existing process improvement plans and includes the design of new products, services, experiences, processes and workflows to help you navigate disruptive and contentious times.
Read Lisa’s best-selling book about New Brunswick’s historic flood.
The Saint John River system is one of North America’s largest freshwater ecosystems, flowing through Maine, Quebec and New Brunswick into the Bay of Fundy, home of the highest tides in the world. This is the story about how Indigenous and non-Indigenous river people came together to weather the flood and build back better.