Tim Arnold is the president of Leaders for Leaders and author of The Power of Healthy Tension. He has
spent over two decades helping organizations unite teams, spark change and get unstuck with clients that
include The United Nations, Citibank, KPMG, Toyota and Siemens. Arnold is able to provide his clients
with a real-world perspective through his experience launching successful for-profit and not-for-profit
businesses, overseeing community outreach and healthcare programs and managing international development
partnerships in four continents. His biggest accomplishments are being dad to Declan and Avryl,
and husband to Becky. Arnold’s article on “both/and” thinking strategies begins on page 35.
A licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT) and certified employee assistance professional (CEAP),
Patrick Williams has over 25 years of clinical experience and motivational leadership. He specializes in
workplace issues, helping employees learn how to balance their personal and professional stressors. His
expertise is in stage of life concerns and educational initiatives to help employees manage their personal
and professional relationships. On page 37 Williams offers tips on how employers can manage their millennial
staff while still supporting all generations.
Sandra Lavoy is a regional vice president for Robert Half. With more than 20 years in the recruiting industry,
Lavoy is a staffing expert who has experienced all phases of the job market cycle first-hand. Founded
in 1948, Robert Half is a specialized staffing firm. With more than 300 locations worldwide, the divisions
of Robert Half place highly skilled professionals on a temporary, temporary-to-hire and full-time basis in
the fields of accounting and finance, technology, office administration, legal, creative, marketing and design.
Her article on page 39 divulges the secrets to building a satisfied workforce.
Mostafa Sayyadi, CAHRI, AFAIM, CPMgr, works with senior business leaders to effectively develop
innovation in companies and helps companies – from start-ups to the Fortune 100 – succeed by improving
the effectiveness of their leaders. He is a business book author and a long-time contributor to HR.com
and Consulting magazine and his work has been featured in top-flight business publications. See page 43
for his article on transformational leadership.
BRETT RICHARDS, PhD
Dr. Brett Richards is president and managing partner of Connective Intelligence Inc., a consultancy
that helps organizations grow through disruption by turning culture into stronger business performance.
Passionate about growing an organization’s top line while improving its bottom line, Connective
Intelligence helps CEOs, HR and business leaders quantify a company’s cultural mindset to support
leadership and organizational performance. To learn more, visit ConnectiveIntelligence.com and
TheOGI.com. Richards’ article – linking culture to tangible organizational growth – begins on page 45.
Danny Weill is a digital business leader and change-maker for mental health in the workplace. As vice
president at LifeSpeak, a leading digital employee health platform dubbed the “Netflix of healthcare” by
the Financial Post, Weill helps bring global innovation to workplace well-being. Over the past decade, Weill
has been an industry leader in digital education delivery across North America, specializing in the fields
of continuing medical education, mental health and well-being. He speaks at industry events across North
America and is a featured guest lecturer at several business schools. On page 47 Weill explores how to support
employees after a colleague’s suicide. n
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