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ERIC LOTT

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Eric Lott, Partner

Eric is an Integral Strategy Network partner, unofficial team coordinator, and a key contributor to the Integral Strategy Roadmap and Action Pathways. His foundation as a coordinator, collaborator, strategist, tactician, designer and learner allows him to drop into situations and establish footing in which to affect systemic change.

Eric is passionate about realizing potential, working and building teams, and understanding and working within systems to deliver results.  He is adept at facilitating small and large group conversations that leverage innovation and creativity, create foundations of alignment, and that lead to the opportunities for positive change.

Eric’s 12 years of operational experience as a Naval officer and 15 years of project work has taken him from coast to coast in Canada and internationally where he has strategized and planned, innovated and collaborated, coordinated and designed in complex systems. Notable projects include, leading and coordinating the design and implementation of full operational capability for the Maritime Security Operation Center Pacific (DFO, CCG, DND, TC, RCMP and CBSA).  The development and implementation of a Bridge Simulation Training Program and Simulator Systems for BC Ferries. Designed and Implemented a Digital Navigation Chart production department for the Department of National Defense (DND) and the National Geospatial Agency (NGA).

Eric holds a Bachelor of Science in Physics and Oceanography and a Masters of Environmental Management in combination with other technology specific certifications and is a Certified Scrum Master and Product Owner.

A Montreal native, Eric considers himself home in Victoria on Vancouver Island.  You can find him coaching rugby, cooking or in the great outdoors.  Yoga and meditation are the cornerstone to his commitment to internal growth.

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