Gary Bennett- moderator, Donnita Lee- panelist, Beth Linderbaum- panelist, Jeff Strunk- panelist
As businesses navigate the ever-changing world, organizational structures must evolve to ensure a viable path to future success. While nearly every organization undergoes some form of change on a regular basis, less than 20% find their efforts delivered the hoped-for value in the time planned*.
Successful reorganization is the result of careful strategy, planning and communication with a focus on the human element of change. Sign up today to hear from our expert panel on their best practices for guiding and supporting an organization through a major change. Gary Bennett, will host the expert panel including Beth Linderbaum, Donnita Lee, and Jeff Strunk.
Gary Bennett, Regional Vice President
Gary leads a team of business development consultants, working across a wide spectrum of global Fortune 1000 clients to mid-market sized organizations. Gary’s leadership focus is to drive significant results by helping organizations align their talent and business strategies.
Beth Linderbaum, Ph.D., PCC, Senior Vice President
Beth Linderbaum leads the North American Delivery team and is passionate about shining light on the journey of growth for organizations, teams, and individuals. As a recognized C-suite advisor, she offers valuable insight relative to the complexity in today’s work environment.
Donnita Lee, Director of People and Culture
Donnita Lee is the Director of People & Culture for Right Management and Jefferson Wells. Donnita is responsible for planning, implementing, and executing talent strategies. Donnita’s passion is helping individuals realize their full potential and coaching their leaders to get them there.
Jeff Strunk, VP, Product Portfolio
Jeff Strunk leads the Mobility & Change product team, identifying and developing the best solutions to support individuals and organizations through times of change. In his experience, Jeff has led countless major initiatives in the development of products, individuals and organizations.
*HBR Getting Reorgs Right