Lori Hanau is the founder of Global Round Table Leadership (GRTL), whose mission is to engage people across all sectors in leadership and cultural development to build high functioning relationships with one’s self, one another and the systems of which we are a part. Lori fosters group vitality through her advising, facilitation and co-creative practices, including GRTL’s Shared Leadership Framework. She also works as an advisor and coach for other founders, CEO’s, ED’s and leadership teams whose organizations focus on systemic change with an emphasis on social, economic and environmental justice.
Lori launched GRTL in 2002 after leaving her role as President and COO in the manufacturing sector to pursue her commitment to support the flourishing of people and organizations. She has training and expertise in the areas of mindfulness, martial arts, healing arts, spirituality, entrepreneurialism, social impact and mission-driven business.
Lori is a co-chair, faculty partner, leadership mentor and community builder within Marlboro College’s Graduate and Professional Studies management programs. She is proud to serve on the Board of Directors for the Social Venture Network, and on the Board of Advisors for The Of Many Institute for Multifaith Leadership at New York University. Lori is a founding member of the Nature Based Leadership Institute (NBLI), at Antioch University New England, and also a founding consultant of the Center for New Leadership at Marlboro College. She writes a regular column on Shared Leadership for Conscious Company Magazine. In 2002 Lori co-founded the Monadnock Mindfulness Practice Center in Keene, NH.