We're proud to announce CEO of DecisionWise, Tracy Maylett, Ed.D. as a featured speaker at the Crossroads Conference 2016
Tracy Maylett, Ed.D.
CEO of DecisionWise and Award-winning Author
Hear Tracy Maylett, September 27, 2016
9:45 a.m. and 11 a.m.
Tracy's business, coaching, and consulting background extends over a period of two decades and across five continents. With experience in healthcare, technology, retail, government, education, and manufacturing, Tracy has worked on-the-ground with executives and leadership teams in over 30 countries, and has lived in South America. Tracy is the Chief Executive Officer of DecisionWise, and is responsible for guiding the overall strategy of DecisionWise, as well as leading large-scale change efforts for clients throughout the globe.
Dr. Maylett has a passion for leadership development through education, performance feedback, and coaching. He joined DecisionWise as President in 2003, coming from Modus Media International in Boston, where he was Vice President of Organization Effectiveness for a large organization with employees throughout the world. Prior roles have included human resources, training and development, retail management, and business process engineering. He has also worked with various educational institutions, including Brigham Young University, where he currently teaches in the Department of Organization Leadership and Strategy of the Marriott School of Management.
Tracy has a doctorate in Organization Change from Pepperdine University, an M.B.A. from Brigham Young University, and a B.A. in Education from Utah State University. He has also received certification as a Senior Professional of Human Resources (SPHR), as well as earning SHRM-SCP credentials. He is a recognized expert in organization change and feedback, as well as employee engagement and experience, and is the author of numerous professional publications relating to employee engagement, feedback, leadership intelligence, human resources, and change. He is co-author of the book MAGIC: Five Keys to Unlock the Power of Employee Engagement., which was recognized an Axiom Business Book Silver Medalist in the Operations Management Category.
Tracy is a member of the American Psychological Association, Society of Human Resource Management, Academy of Management, and the Association for Talent Development. He served on the Board of Directors for HELP International, an organization empowering people to fight global poverty through sustainable, life-changing development programs.
Hear Principal Consultant of DecisionWise and former General Mills, VP of HR, Brad Taylor, MBA as a featured speaker at the Crossroads Conference 2016
Brad Taylor, MBA
Principal Consultant at DecisionWise
Hear Brad Taylor, September 28, 2016
1:15 p.m. and 2:30 p.m.
Brad Taylor is a Principal Consultant at DecisionWise, where he is responsible for leading a consulting team, as well as leading internal organization development initiatives within the company. He came to DecisionWise from General Mills, where he was most recently Vice President of Human Resources.
During his 30-year career at General Mills, Brad served as a leader in nearly every part of the organization, including their International Division, R&D/Innovation, Supply Chain, Marketing, and Sales, as well as within numerous manufacturing operations.
Particular areas of passion for Brad have included employee and organization development, leadership development, and fostering a culture of innovation and engagement. Originally from Palo Alto, California, Brad’s work within the United States includes positions in California, New York, Georgia, and Minnesota. His extensive international experience includes working in Toronto, Seoul, Mumbai, and Geneva.
Brad earned both an MBA degree, with an emphasis in Human Resources, and a BS degree in Organizational Behavior (with a minor in Korean Language) from Brigham Young University. He now serves on the BYU MBA & HR Advisory Board. He is also an active community volunteer, involved with the “Feed My Starving Children” world hunger project.