Gil Herman is a consultant with more than 40 years of experience working in human-resource and organization development. He has worked as an internal and external practitioner in many industries including telecommunications, information services, manufacturing, insurance, finance, health care, hotel management, food services, transportation, education, and publishing. He has also worked extensively with many not-for-profit organizations. Much of his practice has included work on a global basis in North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Latin America.
He facilitates strategic planning, alignment, and implementation; team building and team training; multi-level and multi-disciplinary training and development; and professional leadership coaching. All these interventions incorporate highly experiential exercises and engaging dialogue that challenge participants to think deeply, act decisively, and honor personal integrity and dignity. Gil uses leading edge and traditional concepts and tools including systems thinking, change management, balanced scorecard, and outdoor team challenges. All interventions include time and a process to do action planning with accountability that ensures participants integrate and apply their learning to make a positive, measurable difference.
Gil is also the chair of two Vistage groups in the Chicago area. Vistage, the world’s largest CEO membership organization, is dedicated to increasing the effectiveness and enhancing the lives of CEOs and senior executives. As a Vistage Chair, Gil facilitates monthly meetings of CEOs, Presidents, business owners and key executives, then coaches members one-to-one in between meetings.
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See his newest books:
What Does It Mean To Be A Manager? Five Phases of Employee Performance and Eighteen Tasks of Management
Discussion Guide and Exercises for What Does It Mean To Be A Manager?
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