Growing a more vibrant organization starts with expanding employee capabilities. You need high-level performers who understand themselves, their teams, and the ins and outs of the business. At Emergenetics International, we make people grow and organizations thrive.


With 34 years of senior level leadership at six different institutions, Frances has supervised 1,700 people in various types of roles and has won numerous awards for her effectiveness. Many professionals who have been directly supervised by Frances report that she is the best boss they have ever had.

 

With 34 years of senior level leadership at six different institutions, Frances has supervised 1,700 people in various types of roles and has won numerous awards for her effectiveness. Many professionals who have been directly supervised by Frances report that she is the best boss they have ever had. Read what former clients have to say about her organizational consulting.

Frances Lucas is an Associate with Emergenetics, which you can learn more about at www.emergenetics.com. She is certified to work with organizations using their Emergenetics profiles to assist in creating far more enjoyable, higher performing work teams.


Some of Dr. Lucas's areas of expertise are:

Strategic Planning and Visioning

Board of Trustee Governance Enhancement

The Dynamics of Thriving through Organizational Change

Executive Coaching

Team Building

Organizational Restructuring Facilitation

Strength Finder Exploration

Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)

Coalition Building

Inspiring Volunteers

Recruitment, Retention and Succession Planning

Making the Case for Cultural and Racial Diversity

Leadership Development

Understanding Generational Differences in Organizations

 
Who you are today is a result of certain characteristics that have emerged from your life experiences, plus the genetics with which you were born. This interplay between nature and nurture is the foundation of EMERGENETICS, a brain-based approach to personality profiling that gives you the keys you need to discover not only your own natural strengths and talents, but also those of others.
— Geil Browning, Ph.D., Founder of EMERGENTICS

Former and Current Clients

Huntington College, Alabama, Board of Trustees and President's Cabinet: Strategic Planning

Wright State University, Ohio, College of Nursing and Health: Team Building, Finding Happiness, Organizational Deveopment

University of West Florida, President's Cabinet, Division of Advancement, Division of Student Affairs, Division of Enrollment Management: Meeting of the Minds, Leveraging the Power of We, Emergenetics Talent Development

Texas Christian University, Student Affairs Division:  Meeting of the Minds, Emergenetics Talent Development, Seven Steps to Courage

Austin College, Texas, Student Affairs Division: Enhancing Communication Between Male and Female Colleagues

Ball State University, Indiana, Faculty:  Working with Faculty on Understanding New Student Trends and How Trends Impact Pedagogy

Coast Episcopal School, Mississippi, Board of Trustees: Strategic Planning

Colorado State University, Admissions Department: Team Building with Emergenetics

DePauw University, Indiana, President:  Assessing Effectiveness of the Greek System

International Women's Forum, Mississippi Chapter:  Emergenetics, Meeting of the Minds, Creating Happiness

Lewis and Clark College, Oregon, Student Affairs Division: Emergenetics, Meeting of the Minds

Loyola University, Louisiana, Student Affairs Division: Team Building, Enhancing Academic Advising

Kentucky Wesleyan College, Board of Trustees, President's Cabinet, Admissions Department, Athletic Department:  Enhancing Enrollment Management, Team Building, Strategic Planning, Talent Development, Emergenetics, Meeting of the Minds

Mansfield College, Pennsylvania, Students Affairs Division, Academic Leadership: Enhancing Communication and Understanding Between Leaders in Academia and Student Affairs

Millersville University, Pennsylvania, Student Affairs Division: Assessing Effectiveness of Organizational Design for the Student Affairs Division

Texas Christian University, Texas, Student Affairs Division:  Assessing Alcohol Policies and University Responses to Violations

Transylvania University, Kentucky: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Accreditation Visit for Entire College

Southern Methodist University, Texas, Student Affairs Division: Enhancing Communication and Relationships among Senior Department Heads to Increase Productivity

United Methodist Church Mississippi Conference, Senior Cabinet: Team Building

University of Alabama, Student Affairs Division: Emergenetics, Meeting of the Minds

University of South Florida, Student Affairs Division: Assessing How the Student Affairs Division Should Be Organized and Positioned within the Entire University

University of Southern Mississippi, Gulf Park, Orientation Leaders, National Science Association Women's Advance, Human Capital Development, Faculty: Emergenetics, Meeting of the Minds, The Courage to Lead