Working with rapid growth companies, Build 2 Morrow and Start With Collaboration develops collaboration partners who discover new opportunities and overcome market challenges while maximizing their individual resources.
Organizations with whom Lois has worked include the City of Minneapolis, Minnesota BioAlliance, State of Nebraska, Texas Tech University, City Super, Hong Kong & China, Walgreens, Duane Reade, Rakuten, Amazon & Many More!
Lois Sonstegard’s specialty is building collaborative ecosystems that enable collaborative partners to:
Develop effective solutions to the disrupted supply chain.
Secure and acquire essential talent and to develop strategies to retain talent.
Gain access to critical resources such as cash.
Lois invites you to discover proven strategies that are designed specifically for success during times of economic and market disruption.
These are the same strategies that were used to propel Sony and Toyota and Andrew Carnegie’s oil businesses to market domination.
About Lois Sonstegard, PHD, MBA
Lois Sonstegard, achieved a PHD from the University of Minnesota, an MBA from the Carlson School of Business Administration, and an MSN from New York University. She holds certifications from multiple organizations including, ICF, Gallup, Lencioni and many more.
Lois has managed Women’s Health Care Services at major Teaching Hospitals, took a manufacturing company from start-up to global having about 40 patents and trademarks and has developed Japanese and US BioTech partnerships.
According to Lois, “Individually, we are a drop. Together, we are an ocean.”
Executive Advisor and Coach to Rapid Growth Businesses, Lois helps build collaboration ecosystems so business partners can discover new opportunities for resolving market challenges of supply chain, talent acquisition and retention, and access to cash. This is the NEW ASSET, which is as important as financial health and innovation and will define future rate of business growth.
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