The finale of the #ReOpeningAfterRona series features my interview with Lisa Dinhofer
Lisa Dinhofer, MA, CT, known as “The Crisis Tamer’, works with subject matter and circumstances most people turn away from. She mentors companies past traumatic and destabilizing events, workplace abuse and crisis communications to regain stability, establish a new normal and build resilience. Lisa was an employee at the World Trade Center during the 1993 bombing and was still working in NYC during 9/11. She draws from those first hand experiences of workplace trauma and lessons learned from other workplace tragedies.
Lisa is a certified Thanatologist with a sub-specialty in trauma, trained counselor, trained mediator, and a crisis communication specialist with 18+ years of professional experience training, consulting, coaching, debriefing and public speaking. Lisa works with a diverse client base within both for-profit and non-profit organizations.
She currently serves as a designated coach for an on-line community based in the UK for people struggling with addiction and is a credentialed provider with an EAP.
Lisa’s areas of expertise include:
She served as an Adjunct Instructor in the Graduate Thanatology program at Hood College, Frederick Maryland and is President of Koden Consulting Services and founder of The Crisis Tamer Club https://crisistamerclub.com/
I encountered Lisa during a webinar that I attended when I was doing research and figuring out what I wanted to focus on in this series. When I saw Lisa on a panel talking about the impact of Rona on the workplace, I knew I had to have her on the Leading In Color. And her interview does NOT disappoint.
In this episode, we discuss the following: