As a leadership advisor and organization development consultant, Allison specializes in generating transformative, sustainable change in complex systems. Her whole-systems approach integrates strategy, leadership, execution and culture from an integral perspective.
Allison has worked for 20 years with organizations of all sizes across a variety of industries. Her expertise includes applications of Integral Theory, Gestalt Theory, Appreciative Inquiry, systems thinking, complexity science, emotional intelligence, developmental psychology, adult learning and Holacracy.
For several years, Allison served as a team member of the Integral Institute’s Business and Leadership Center. She has taught at various Integral conferences and at the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland. She is currently developing two new bodies of work: a year-long development program for integral consultants, and a program for senior organizational leaders called Engaging the Future. She also facilitates the Red Pill Weekend, an integral relationship workshop for men.
Her professional training includes a Masters in Positive Organization Development from Case Western Reserve University Weatherhead School of Management; advanced studies at Integral Institute and NTL Institute; and post-graduate work at the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland.