For the past 22 years, we have approached organizational change education and training from a unique perspective: We teach people to manage themselves through change. We train people to be in shape for whatever change comes along, and to realize that change is not an event that has a beginning and end – change is the status quo, and learning to move in it, and with it, needs to be standard operating procedure.
Our central goal is to help people at all levels take responsibility for how they react and respond to a changing work environment by giving tools of self-awareness and skills to understand options, make decisions and take action.
Ann Salerno is a change expert. She is hired by the US Federal Government and Fortune 500 companies to teach them how to predict people’s behavior in difficult & changing situations.
Ann is cofounder of The Change Cycle™ Series, built on the acclaimed Change Cycle™ model that depicts the six predictable and sequential stages of change. Ann is a partner in CCMC Inc. -- the international training and development company in metro Washington, DC and Durban, South Africa -- that is home to The Change Cycle™ Series product line. Ann is the creative design force and lead trainer and consultant for CCMC Inc.
As an avid, curious detective in the research and understanding of personal and organizational change, Ann's knowledge and skill keeps her in demand and on the road. Whether in the training room, keynote speaking, or on loan as an interim executive, Ann’s gift is communicating practical, motivational, entertaining and metaphor-laden stories to link success skills and strategies to concepts and methodology about a very tough subject – personal, professional and organizational change.
Ann’s 'stuff' lives in Louisville, Kentucky. She and her iPad are generally on the road.
Born in L.A. – lower Alabama, that is – Lillie Brock took the country road to the city, studying psychology and education as an undergraduate and graduate student, which led to work as an educational therapist for emotionally disturbed children. Her professional background includes time as an executive in the non-profit sector and corporate training, work that has took her to cities around the US and throughout the world.
A sought-after executive coach, keynote speaker and gifted facilitator, Lillie has years of experience assisting organizations in the business and nonprofit sectors to develop and integrate productive change. Lillie’s passion for helping others led to a significant life and professional change of her own, a decision to enter ministry full-time. She is pursuing a graduate divinity degree at the Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Lillie is co-author of The Change Cycle™, How People Can Survive and Thrive in Organizational Change. Lillie lives in Saint Louis, Missouri.