Edith began helping companies manage and lead change in 1990, before most people ever thought about it. As a speaker to audiences across the globe, Edith shares with them that the more complex and rapidly changing the world is, the more leadership happens on a personal level. Leading means getting real – fully engaging and leading in the moment. Not spending more time… just spending it more wisely.
Edith has received rave reviews for bringing a “unique mix of strategic insights and a practical, results-focused approach…” to her speaking, consulting and facilitation work. She motivates people to lean into change. Not only to advance their company’s business strategy, but for the personal and professional benefits as well.
She is author of two Harvard Business Review articles – 5 Behaviors of Leaders Who Embrace Change and 5 Ways to Help Your Team be Open to Change. She is author of the Marshall Goldsmith endorsed book Getting Real: Strategies for Leadership in Today’s Innovation Hungry, Time-Strapped, Multi-Tasking World of Work. Edith’s contributes to Forbes regularly. In addition, her insights have been featured in Fast Company, The New York Times, CNN.com, HR Executive, Yahoo Finance, CLO Media, and other media outlets. She has also published research on what leaders need to be successful in today’s rapidly changing business environment.