Lisa Gable

Lisa Gable

Lisa Gable, CEO, former US Ambassador, UN Delegate, and author of Wall Street Journal Bestseller, Turnaround – How to Change Course When Things Are Going South. Lisa is recognized worldwide as a turnaround mastermind and innovative businesswoman. For more than 30 years, she has been called to turnaround failing organizations—businesses, teams, nonprofits, political campaigns, and government projects—and solve seemingly intractable problems. Over time, Lisa has learned the key to course-correct when things go South is applying the discipline of process engineering—carefully reevaluating everything your organization does and how it does it—with diplomacy and humanity, taking care of relationships and forging strong partnerships.


Lisa Gable is an opinion columnist and a member of the External Advisory Board (EAB) for the CEOWORLD magazine. You can follow her on LinkedIn. For more information, visit the author’s website.
Lisa Gable
Future of Work

Irrational Regulation: An Underlying Cause of Our Economic Woes

Today, there are game changing advances in semiconductor design and climate technologies. Leading entrepreneurs have bold ideas. Household names like Elon Musk and Bill Gates, and rising stars like NuScale and Last Energy are stepping forward with solutions to big problems. And yet, Washington seems intent on passing legislation and...
CEO Insider

A New Frontier of Work-Life Flexibility

The pandemic reignited the debate surrounding the need for society to visualize a new world of work. Empathy for people’s exhaustion is driving C-suite discussions on alternatives to the five-day, 40+-hour week. In response, the California state legislature which represents the world’s fifth-largest economy introduced legislation that would mandate a...
Executive Insider

Extending Your Legacy

In my years advising and working alongside Fortune 500 CEOs, Presidential appointees, and other C-Suite executives, I’ve seen many talented individuals fall into the trap of being defined solely by their position, rather than their legacies of amazing outcomes. When they departed their jobs, they were surprised that their calls...