Follow and Connect with Erika
MBA, Performance Improvement Consultant II, CentraCare
Erika Lamb has a strong passion for leading others and navigating change that must occur within an organization or industry to remain sustainable. As a change maker, she enjoys working alongside others in solving large problems to achieve efficiencies, reduce costs, increase revenues, and enhance organizational systems and processes. The more challenging a situation, the more excitement it brings!
Erika has been in the healthcare field for over ten years, with experience in Mental Health, Administration, Operations, and most recently, serving as a Performance Improvement Consultant for CentraCare Health. To support the work that Erika loves to do, she invests in developing mentor relationships, personal development, and one venture she’s proud of is graduating with a Master of Business Administration, Organizational Health and Leadership degree – achieving a 4.0 GPA (with two under the age of three!).
Most importantly – Erika has been married to her husband Allan for 8 years, and has two beautiful boys, Owen (5) and Connor (2). Much of Erika’s free time is spent with family as she is a firm believer that quality time together is our greatest currency. She enjoys spending time on the water, reading, woodworking, DIY remodels, and traveling.
The Courage to Grow
Do you ever wonder, “if I had a little bit of courage in past scenarios, where would I have ended up?”.
Often, it can feel as though life or career changes happen to us and we lose all ability to control our situations. When arriving to a roadblock – we have the option to choose our adventure – do we make our next decision by following fear or by having a bit of courage?
During this session, I will walk you through my own journey of choosing to respond with fear or choosing to respond with courage; sharing the lessons I learned along the way. These lessons have helped me to overcome challenging scenarios and have generated a greater understanding of what is truly possible, when we decide to respond with courage.