Martha Lasley

CNVC Certified Trainer from Troy, Pennsylvania, USA

Martha Lasley, MBA, is a founding partner of Leadership that Works, an organization that trains and coaches visionaries for social change. She works with movers, shakers and changemakers to support profound personal and organizational transformation. Her passion is integrating coaching, facilitating, and Nonviolent Communication in organizations.

She has authored three books: Coaching for Transformation, Facilitating with Heart, and Courageous Visions. For ten years she was on the faculty at Capella University where she taught MBA courses including: Coaching and Developing Others; Facilitating Change; Leveraging Workplace Diversity; and Teambuilding.

As a certified trainer for the Center for Nonviolent Communication, she has had the privilege of leading many International Intensive Trainings with Marshall Rosenberg, and serves on the CNVC International Intensive Training Resource Team.

With a lot of humility, Martha is part of Showing up for Racial Justice, a group that moves white folks into accountable action through community organizing, mobilizing, and education. Each month she hosts the meetings for Coaches for Equality and Diversity, a community of coaches who have a passion for understanding and addressing equality and diversity dynamics. One of her greatest pleasures is leading Authentic Communication Groups, where folks use Nonviolent Communication and Internal Family Systems to explore power dynamics, give and receive real feedback and offer empathic support.

Website: Leadership That Works

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