Carole Lévy is a Culture Change Partner, Senior Executive Coach, Facilitator and Founding Member at Learning as Leadership (LAL).
With over two decades of experience delivering LAL’s leadership development methodology, Carole helps leaders, teams and organizations achieve their purpose and create authentic collaboration. She specializes in the non-profit and academic sectors, but counts public companies and governmental agencies among her clientele. Clients include Edna McConnell Clark Foundation, Bridgespan Group, Harvard University, NASA, EnPro Industries Company and Encore Capital Group. She has a special interest in working with women leaders from all sectors. She’s a faculty member and co-facilitator of the Women’s Leadership Development Program for Encore Capital Group.
Carole has an enthusiasm for writing, drawing, and finding ways to illustrate self-awareness and personal mastery concepts. As Creative Director for LaL, she has created improvisational skits, presented humorous keynotes, authored blogs and illustrated two books. She regularly co-facilitates with Arina Isaacson, a leadership presence and public speaking training. As co-founder of Baleine Sous Caillou, a movie production company, she co-wrote “Getaway”, which won three awards and was shown in 17 film festivals.
Carole has a Master’s degree in Classical Literature from the University Paris Sorbonne and studied group facilitation and conflict resolution at the University of Tours in France.
Her current work includes “The Bumpy Road to Collaboration”, a humorous illustrated book on the difficulty of being a collaborative team member, and the first volume of the Bumpy Road Series.