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Allison Li
Allison Li

Allison
Li

Process Improvement Consultant + Executive Coach

Allison empowers individuals and organizations to achieve well-being and alignment. A certified professional coach, she also holds certifications in Six Sigma and Lean and works as an Energy Leadership Index Master Practitioner, a COR. Energy Leadership and Well-being specialist, a Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Practitioner, and a Project Management Professional. Using her expertise in process management, she focuses on system fine-tuning to elevate personal strengths. Clients praise her science and evidence-based approach to improving communication, decision-making, time management, and leadership skills. Allison brings to her coaching work 10-plus years of executive experience in technology, public health, and humanitarian logistics. Allison is the Director of the International Coach Federation Austin Chapter.

Focus +
Specialties

  • Executive Coaching
  • Leadership Coaching + Development
  • Strategic Planning
  • Emotional Agility
  • Process Improvement
  • Well-Being + Alignment
  • International Executives + Teams (APJ, EMEA)
  • Mentoring Program Design
  • DEI

Industry
Experience

  • Tech
  • Engineering, Manufacturing + R&D
  • Philanthropy, Nonprofits + Social Enterprise
  • Marketing + Communications
  • Healthcare
  • Public Sector

Degrees +
Certifications

BS, Mathematics, and Economics // Agnes Scott College

MPA // Public Administration and Policy // University of Georgia

MS, Industrial Engineering // Georgia Institute of Technology

Professional Certified Coach (ACC) // International Coaching Federation

Certified Professional Coach (CPC) // International Coaching Federation

Energy Leadership Index Master Practitioner (ELI-MP)

COR.Energy Leadership and Well-Being Specialist

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Practitioner (MBTI)

Project Management Professional (PMP)

Certificate in Happiness Studies (CiHS)

Black Belt Six Sigma and Lean

Health and Humanitarian Supply Chain Management (HHSCM)

Company
Experience

Amazon, Carl Vinson Institute of Government, Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, CNN Medical Channel, Modern Health, UNICEF