Transforming Business

0 Comments By ACT Strategic | Posted January 16, 2013 Michael T. Edicola: Vice President, Human Resources

Deb is an innovative, strategic thought leader. She was intuitively and keenly aware of the inner workings of our environment and knew how to coach people to work and develop beyond their comfort zone. Deb transformed our organizational development effort, providing creative solutions that… Read More >

Coaching for Success

0 Comments By ACT Strategic | Posted January 14, 2013 Margaret

It was an extraordinary time for me, having Deb as an executive coach while I was head of HR for LexisNexis. It was impactful in terms of my becoming a better and stronger leader, which culminated in me receiving a company global leadership award. Read More >

Influencing Change

0 Comments By ACT Strategic | Posted January 14, 2013 Katie

A team of high-level business leaders are bought together to influence a positive outcome of an urgent on-time project. In the midst of company reorganization, with a fast-closing window of opportunity, Katie needed to create and coach a team of top executives to build a winning case. As… Read More >

Energizing the Leadership Team

0 Comments By ACT Strategic | Posted January 14, 2013 Terri

Monthly decisions around talent vetting and succession planning bogged down under the weight of data until Terri discovered that less is truly more. For lively, productive discussions, undo information overload by providing only highly relevant information. It’s natural to assume that… Read More >

Coaching Leaders and Creating Culture Change

0 Comments By ACT Strategic | Posted January 14, 2013 Tracy

When tasked with nothing short of organizational transformation, Tracy and her 3-person team used the most powerful tool in their change arsenal. A customized communication plan shows leaders what change looks like and how to make it happen Our company, a global multi-site, multi-geographic… Read More >

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