Elizabeth Lotardo joined the firm in 2015 after several successful positions in advertising and marketing. At McLeod & More, Elizabeth works with our clients to translate executive strategy into training, processes, and a leadership narrative.
Elizabeth has an undergraduate education in Advertising, from Boston University, and a Master’s in Industrial & Organizational Psychology. Elizabeth is an engaging facilitator, creative training designer, and master implementation manager.
A sought-after speaker, Elizabeth has done programs for LinkedIn Talent Connect, Conscious Capitalism, and numerous private clients.
Her viral article ‘Why Millennials Keep Dumping You’ was a LinkedIn Top 20 article of the year. Elizabeth’s work on multigenerational workforces has been featured on NPR and in The Wall Street Journal.
Elizabeth’s popular LinkedIn Learning courses cover multigenerational retention, self-leadership, and harnessing the power of emotional engagement. Check out her courses here.
You can ping her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Elizabeth is engaging, enlightening, and in-depth. She’s a joy to watch.”
Paul Petrone, Editor, LinkedIn Learning
“Elizabeth spoke and moderated a panel for us at an important industry event. With hundreds of people in the room—anxious for new ideas and perspectives on recruiting and engaging the next generation of professionals—in an increasingly competitive hiring environment—Elizabeth delivered in spades. Her deep expertise and down to earth personality kept our audience engaged and she did an amazing job of ensuring every panelist was heard. I highly recommend her as a speaker and panel moderator.”
Alison Graves, Senior Manager, Marketing Communications, Lytx
“Elizabeth Lotardo is top notch! She developed and delivered an engaging and valuable workshop on cultivating a multi-generational workforce. From start to finish, Elizabeth was a pleasure to work with. She was responsive, collaborative, and focused. Elizabeth left the participants wanting more in addition to ensuring that they had tangible action items to take back. All organizations should be lucky enough to work with Elizabeth!”