Jane Lovas – Transformation Strategist

Jane, Transformation Strategist, thought leader, author, and speaker helps Executives, Leaders and Organizations grow their capacity to lead and transform in order to flourish in our complex and changing world. As CEO of Lovas Consulting, she developed Clarity Focus Release™, a model to help companies grow by keeping them focused on where they want to go.

A known speaker, Jane tailors her messages to her clients and audiences using personal stories that are delivered with wit and humor. She has facilitated numerous workshops and seminars on change, goals and various technical subjects. As an adjunct instructor at Leeward Community College and Hawaii Pacific University (HPU), while attending HPU, Jane taught Introduction to Computers. Jane has a BS in Information Systems from Park University in Parkville, MO. and a Master’s of Science in Information Systems from Hawaii Pacific University. She has consulted to companies such as Booz Allen Hamilton Inc., Washington Mutual Inc., Fannie MaeNextel Communications and XO Communications where she has a proven track record of successfully turning around failing projects while improving morale, communication, and team cohesiveness.

Jane is the author of Put Your Big Girl Panties On and Kick Your Fears in the Ass and Co-Author of Seen and Sustained: Best Practices in Communication that Increase the Visibility of Small and Diverse Businesses with Akia Garnett, Mali Phonpadith and Tamecia Bradshaw.

She is highly skilled at conducting rapid assessments of both personal and organizational needs and priorities, zeroing in on potential problem areas, and recommending and implementing workable solutions for both individuals and corporations. Jane also speaks to Organizations, Leadership groups and Networking groups on topics that include “Success and Failure”, “Purpose and Passion”, and “Engaged Leaders foster Empowered Employees”.

Jane’s work helps leaders answer the question “Are we trying to solve new paradigm problems with old paradigm thinking?”

Jane has never been one to refuse a challenge.  So when challenged by her daughters Jane, an avid skier, learned to snowboard a couple of years ago.  Her first comment at the end of the run down the beginners slope was  “I’ve never felt so out of control in my life!” Her second one…. “Let’s do that again!”