KEY CHANGE INSTITUTE IN THE MEDIA
April 23, 2013 - Talent Management Magazine
Use Brain Science to Drive Change, Reut Schwartz-Hebron, Talent Management Magazine. Copyright © 2013, Talent Management Magazine.
July 19, 2012 - Employment Relations Today Magazine
Using neuroscience to effect change in the workplace, Reut Schwartz-Hebron, Employment Relations Today, Volume 39, Issue 2, pages 11–15, Summer 2012. Copyright © 2012, Wiley Periodicals, Inc., A Wiley Company.
May 4, 2012 – Chief Executive Magazine
May 9, 2012 – George’s Employment Blawg
May, 2012 – HR.com
Three-part byline series by Reut Schwartz-Hebron
March, 2012 -Enterra Insights
February, 2012 – New Paradigms
Reut is the founder of the 5-year old San Diego-based Key Change Institute and the author of the new book (publish date 2/21/2012) “The Art & Science of Changing People Who Don’t Want to Change: Giving Businesses Access to Their True Potential” – a fascinating research about the systems in the brain related to lasting behavioral change. Reut explores how solutions can be designed that will influence people to make modifications that will guide the organization and/or team to achieve results.
With a BA in Psychology from Beer-Sheva University and an MBA in Business and Organizational Development from Tel-Aviv University. Reut’s expertise is “Changing people who struggle with change, or do not want to change.” An experienced organizational change consultant with expertise in implicit neural learning and experience based learning (EBL), her forte is in designing and facilitating long term effective corporate and team change. The principles of her trademarked models were tested and applied for the last 12 years in international Fortune 500 corporations like Avaya, Intel, GSK, Nike and others from a rich variety of industries including healthcare, high tech, telecom, government, manufacturing and transportation helping them to achieve effective long term desired results.
Reut started her career at the rank of a Lieutenant Commander working with elite training teams in the Israeli military. She was the first woman consultant to be offered a prestigious field position with a combat unit. For the last ten years, Reut specialized in neural based change, developing unique tools and solutions for lasting effective change in organizations.
CONTACT TO BOOK REUT FOR SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS (prior speaking engagements include the 2011 SHRM Colorado State Conference and at the 2012 Smart HR conference in Denver)