Lisa Haneberg is an organization development, leadership, and management author, trainer, researcher, practitioner, and consultant. She has more than 25 years of experience providing executive and management development training and coaching solutions for large and small organizations, including health care, manufacturing, services, nonprofit, and government. She has particular expertise in the areas of senior team development, performance management, coaching, talent management, succession planning, organizational agility and alignment, and middle management effectiveness. She is a nationally recognized thought leader and speaker and has held both internal and external consulting roles at Memorial Hermann Health System, MedCentral, Black & Decker, Mead Paper, Intel, Amazon.com, Corbis, Royal Thai Government, the FAA, the EPA, Microsoft, and the City of Seattle, among others. Her many ATD books include Organization Development Basics, Coaching Basics, 10 Steps to Be a Successful Manager, Developing Great Managers: 20 Power Hours, and The High Impact Middle Manager: Powerful Strategies to Thrive in the Middle. Lisa’s work has been featured in Leader to Leader, Washington CEO, Capital, and Leadership Excellence. She holds a bachelor’s degree in behavioral sciences from the University of Maryland and a master’s degree in fine arts from Goddard College.