Kathryn Zukof is an author, consultant, and educator, whose work focuses on strategies and tactics for making productive change – in the workplace and personally. For over 30 years, Kathryn worked as a Learning and Organizations Development thought leader and practitioner in industries ranging from manufacturing to higher education to technology services. Kathryn has helped organizations create and implement innovative approaches to leadership development and succession management, foster an environment of continuous learning, and plan and navigate through transformation change. She loves mining for new ideas from diverse sources – health and wellness, neuropsychology, business, the military – and applying concepts from one area to another to create something entirely new. She’s also fascinated by the idea of polarities. How do you achieve the “both-and” while addressing seemingly opposite and competing forces? How can you integrate both the hard and soft sides of change management? How can you achieve both productivity and learning? How can you accomplish business results and meet the needs of the individuals working within your organization? Kathryn has a Ph.D. in Social Psychology and an MBA in Marketing. She has taught graduate and undergraduate courses in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Research Methods, and Marketing. Before transitioning to a career in Learning and Organizational Development, Kathryn held management roles in client relations, product development, and marketing in the technology services sector. Kathryn is the author of “The Hard and Soft Sides of Change Management: Tools for Managing Process and People”, available through Amazon.com.
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ReTHINKing My Stories
"Perhaps, as I experience this milestone birthday, it’s high time for me to revisit some of these stories, rethink them, and retell them in a brand new way." ...