About this episode
In this episode, Chris speaks with Lisa Reynolds, Vice President of Change Management at CHRISTUS Health, about her journey with overcoming herself and how she learned to let go of herself and become less of a people pleaser. Watch to learn how Lisa uses feedback, encouragement from others, and faith to become a successful leader.
Growing up as a middle child, Lisa always felt like she had to keep the peace. This led to her developing people-pleasing habits, which negatively impacted her. Now after 18 years with CHRISTUS she is able to look back and see where she made changes in herself and where she was able to evolve her role. One important moment for this was a forum with Tony Robbins, which she described as life-changing. Lisa was able to identify that she needed to be more assertive, confident, and courageous.
Through her own journey of self-discovery, Lisa now helps leaders and employees in CHRISTUS adjust and change to new initiatives. As someone who places importance on personal values, Lisa felt that CHRISTUS was the perfect setting for her. CHRISTUS emphasizes charity healthcare, and as a lifelong Catholic, Lisa enjoys working for an organization that so closely aligns with her values.
With 18 years at CHRISTUS Health and 25 years with HR leadership, follow Lisa’s advice to see how you can connect your work life and personal life to become the best version of yourself.
More about our guest:
Lisa is an executive HR leader who is a development chemist. She serves as a catalyst that enables others to see their full potential and ignite their passion. She gets excited about executive coaching, organizational change, culture, and helping others see what is possible. She also enjoys dark chocolate, running, travel, and fun.
Specialties: Certified Professional Coach – specialization in Health Care Executive Coaching and Emotional Intelligence. Certified in DiSC, Birkman, Lominger Leadership Architecture, Lominger Voices, Lominger Choices, 5 Dynamics, Fierce Conversations, Clifton Strengths, and Prosci.