The thought leadership and personal branding hypermind for women changing the world, available exclusively to GCC members.
You felt crystal clear on your mission, your story, and your personal brand.
You had support and accountability to create a shiny new LinkedIn profile or personal website.
You had dedicated time and space to build relationships with other badass women in the ESG, sustainability, and social impact space.
You had an extended team of like-hearted women cheering you on, hyping you up, and opening doors.
You took the time to *really* invest in yourself, be intentional about the impact you are here to make, and come up with a plan for communicating it to others.
Magnetic AF is a 7-week, hyper-focused mastermind experience for women who are changing. the. world. You'll join an intimate community of change agents who are dedicated to amplifying and supporting each other.
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You'll polish your personal brand and thought leadership strategy so that you can show up as the rockstar you already are.
Homework, videos, and prompts to help you put pen to paper to articulate who you are and where you're going.
Six 60-minute mastermind sessions to review your homework (or whatever came up for you while doing it!) and get real-time, loving input from other women in this space.
Coffee date match-making by yours truly.
A one-of-a-kind graduation ceremony that you'll think about for years to come.
Private platform channel for connection and accountability.
Since launching her business in 2020, Lis has helped hundreds of change agents navigate ESG careers, birth mission-driven businesses, and up-level their thought leadership.
Prior to her entrepreneurial journey, Lis worked as director of social impact for the world's fastest-growing pre-IPO start-up, a management consultant and editor-in-chief for BSR, and the sustainability manager at Qualcomm, a Fortune 200 technology company.
She completed the UC Berkeley Executive Coaching Institute in 2020, has a Masters in Pacific International Affairs from UCSD's School of Global Policy and Strategy, and earned her B.A. in Global Studies from UCSB (Ole!)
Lis has been trusted by leaders at organizations including Adobe, Grove Collaborative, and PwC, and she and her work have been featured in publications like Brit & Co., Create & Cultivate, Greenbiz, Ladies Get Paid, Nasdaq, and Thrive Global.
An executive coach for women in impact, founder of the Girls Club Collective, and host of the Women Changing the World podcast.
The person behind the program
You'll meet the group, and we'll help you get clear on your North Star, your mission statement, your brand pillars, and so much more.
You'll share your story with us - who you are and how you got to where you are today. You'll receive loving feedback on what's working and what could be enhanced or improved.
You’ll take a break to integrate what we’ve done so far and make updates to your collateral that reflect our work to date.
After making updates to your LinkedIn profile or personal website as part of your homework, you'll show-and-tell what you've created with the group for input and accountability.
We’ll focus on your audience, a thought leadership cadence, and how you can set yourself up for success.
We’ll go over my ICA method for compelling content, and you’ll share your content calendar and ideas with the group.
One word: Lovefest. We'll take a moment to love on each other - hard - and celebrate how far we've come. After the program, you'll continue to have access to our private Circle channel, worksheets, and materials as part of your Girls Club Collective membership.
“Lis is a total gem! She brings all the good vibes and sincerely wants you to succeed which means she will ask you the hard questions – and bring along an awesome worksheet to help you find answers. Working with Lis gave me the confidence I needed to shine in a new job, helped me take stock of and recalibrate the overall work-life-joy-spirit balance of my life, and connected me with a truly fabulous group of likeminded women. Yes, it's an investment. Yes, you are worth it!”
Theresa Lieb, Senior Food Systems Analyst at Greenbiz
“I was awestruck with the amount of love and support I received both from Lis and the other absolutely inspiring participants. Struggling with major imposter syndrome, showing up each week willing to be seen and listen, I was met with absolute divine guidance through this feminine collective. By the end of the course, I felt more confident than I had in months to show up and share my mission. There is something so powerful about meeting in community with other badass, passionate women."
“It was an amazing experience, and I honestly still miss it. I also think that for me personally the last 5 years I have just been buried in work and haven't taken the time to think about why am I doing all this and where do I want to go and what is the image I want to portray to the world. It was a great opportunity to think abut those things, learn actionable steps to make them happen, and also connect with women in a similar space doing equally awesome work.”
Sign up for our 3-day personal branding challenge to get a glimpse into the work that we do, and show up on Day 1 ready to hit the ground running 🏃♀️.️
Given the physical distance between the members of the hypermind, the sessions will be held virtually over Zoom to make participation as easy as possible.
The hypermind will be an intimate group within the Girls Club Collective.
The sessions will take place from 12:00-1:00pm Pacific on Wednesdays beginning June 21.
The total time commitment of the live group sessions is approximately 10 hours. You should also plan to spend about 60-90 minutes on your homework in between sessions. As with most community experiences, you will get out of this what you put in.
In the past, we have had Magnetic AF participants tap professional development funds at their jobs to pay for their participation. A number of participants have also been entrepreneurs, so this is a #businessexpense. We have a template email that you can leverage if you'd like to start the conversation with your manager about whether you can put this on the corporate card.