About

Alan G. Weisenberger
Principal

Leadership isn’t static.  It changes because people change, our culture and environment change, and the resources available change.

I believe the next generation of leaders is facing the challenge of solving complex problems that my generation either created or failed to solve. The solutions these next-gen leaders come up with will create new problems of their own, but positive progress is accelerated if they can avoid our pitfalls and learn from our successes.

I’ve had the privilege of being mentored by some amazing people throughout my life and career. I served for eleven years with a major national bank and twenty years as a Vice President with Evangelical Christian Credit Union.  Now I’m coming alongside future-focused leaders to expedite their growth and sharpen their leadership abilities. Blending my years of experience with their fresh perspectives results in young leaders becoming wise before they grow old.

I’m also working with organizations that recognize the need for internal cultural changes to create a sustainable future. Changing the culture of an organization is hard work, but the payoff in productivity and employee satisfaction (longevity) makes the effort worth it.

I serve several non-profit organizations as a board member and in other capacities. I believe the cultures and challenges faced by non-profits and social enterprises makes them prime candidates for leveraging new leadership skills. I’m here to help you think through what you’re doing, why you’re doing it, and how to be the kind of organization that does it well.

enLumen Leadership Services is here to ask the probing questions, challenge deeply held assumptions, and help identify the strategic, cultural, and operational barriers that hold you and your organization back from reaching the next level of effectiveness.

Thank you for your interest in enLumen Leadership Services!

I operate from a distinctly biblical world-view, but if that’s okay with you, I’m happy to work with you regardless of your religious convictions. To learn more about me, check out my personal blog at http://christinmycoffee.wordpress.com.