Drive Innovation for Organizational Growth, With Laurel Lau

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on May 5, 2020

Organizations should be geared to serve specific business needs. The one that worked for your company twenty years ago probably won’t cut it today.

A global operation means having people on the ground in disparate geographies. Your employees are likely collaborating across departments. The world is moving fast. In the rush to enact change, managers often overlook one key element: their people.

Executive coach, Laurel Lau, understands this and joins Adam to share how you can disrupt your stagnant business model and drive innovation for growth.


  • What is conscious leadership training;
  • How to create a more innovative culture with phenomenal employee engagement;
  • How to know if your organization is ready for innovation;
  • What most employees complain about during the innovation process;
  • And much more!

Antiquated operational processes hamper efficiency. If you’re ready to update your operations, don’t miss this!

About This Guest: ()

Laurel (lor-EL) Lau (like “now”) is a digital nomad and executive coach, as well as founder of Six Atlas. Together with her global agile team, Laurel works with impact-driven organizations and purpose-driven executives to assess their innovation capabilities and adjust to take advantage of innovation in today’s ever-changing global marketplace. Born in Hong Kong but educated in the United States, Laurel has spent her life navigating changing environments and cultural expectations, and she taps into the lessons she’s learned as she works to empower conscious leadership in her clients to best serve their organizations in a world of innovation.