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175 - The Importance of Internal Communications with Lizabeth Wesely-Casella

Season 2, Ep. 175

No Labels, No Limits podcast welcomes today's special guest, Lizabeth Wesely-Casella. Lizabeth is the Founder and CEO of L-12 Services LLC, a firm specializing in internal communications training, online business management, and executive virtual assistance.

Lizabeth empowers businesses to overcome challenges related to scaling, process systems breakdown, and workflow management by applying her skilled strategic advisor who specializes in increased efficiency and effectiveness,

Lizabeth has over 20 years of experience as an administrator and policy and programming consultant. Her work has contributed greatly to successful project outcomes in federal health policy, international program development, and non-profit grassroots management. In 2014, Lizabeth organized a lead process and communication change for First Lady Michelle Obama’s signature program, Let’s Move!

Using LEAN process improvement and her collaborative nature, Lizabeth calls on her vast range of experience to pass along insights in areas such as change management, administrative systems analysis, internal communications training, and policy development.

She advises each of us, "Organizing information in life and in business helps us make sense of the world, and often helps us sidestep landmines that would otherwise cause chaos."

Learn more and connect with Lizabeth here:

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