Lisa Kay Solomon has over 15 years combined experience applying a “design thinking,” experiential approach to developing leadership potential and building strategic growth opportunities. As a strategy consultant and coach, Lisa combines traditional approaches to strategy with multidisciplinary elements of scenario planning, visual thinking, facilitation and innovative collaboration.
Lisa is now the principal of LKS Consulting, dedicating her practice to the design and facilitation of strategic leadership discussions. Among her corporate clients, Lisa works very closely with the Women’s Leadership Initiative at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, and has been assisting in their renowned “High Performance Leadership” class. Lisa's has designed and delivered programs such as "The Strategic Value of Visual Thinking","The Design of Strategic Conversations," and "Innovative Leadership: Visions for the Future."
Lisa spent 6 years as a practitioner at Global Business Network, where she ran long-range strategic planning process for organizations in the private and public sectors. Lisa holds an MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business, and a BA in government from Cornell University. She has taken extensive training in the fields of facilitation, scenario planning, strategic planning, graphic recording, visual storytelling, and organizational design.
Decision makers within organizations that are responsible for bringing in innovative thinking, processes and perspectives to their traditional strategy processes. These could be people who directly report for the innovation leads (if there is one), or who is responsible for developing new growth opportunities for their organization or business unit.
I would like to appeal to forward-thinking, creative thinkers/organizations who get the power and possibility of outside-in,future oriented collaborative processes.
Logo should be clean looking -- not cluttered or overwhelming with information. I happen to like the exisiting logo and color scheme I've been working with but it does not represent the name of the company (LKS consulting). I like that it is subtle and elegant with a clean design. I am not wedded to that look and feel, but I like that direction.
I might even be open to a new name (beyond LKS Consulting) if someone was so inspired to come up with one.
The logo should look good on different formats -- the website, business card, powerpoint presentations, printed materials, etc.
There may be much more future work associated with this logo work if chosen.
Attached are two sheets providing more background on my work, including an example of the logo I've been using.