Jeanne Hartley, MSOD has been an organization development /
training and development practitioner for over 25 years.  She has
worked in manufacturing; service and non-profit environments
helping line managers improve individual, team and organizational
performance.

Her organizational experience includes conducting climate
assessments, and recommending and implementing solutions to
discovered problems.  She has led design and delivery teams for
management development programs, management feedback and
assessment, team building, and group facilitation.  In her work,
Jeanne also serves as a  development coach for individual leaders.  
She has facilitated strategic planning, team development, change
management, and performance improvement efforts.

Jeanne is also an experienced and talented training and
development specialist.  Her work includes assessing organizational
and individual training needs designing, developing and delivering
performance based training programs. Jeanne teaches and coaches
other trainers through her Train-the-Trainer course.

She headed the Training and Organization Development functions
for The Los Angeles Times, Centinela Hospital and The Daily News of
Los Angeles.

Jeanne received her Master’s of Science in Organizational
Development (MSOD) from Pepperdine University.  She is a part-
time instructor at Antioch University and Cal State Northridge
where she teaches Organizational Development, Team Building /
Group Dynamics and Communications to graduate and
undergraduate students.

The American Society for Training & Development Los Angeles
has honored Jeanne for her contributions to the training field
with Lifetime Membership and the Frank Rabwin Leadership
Award.  The Golden Torch Award was presented to her T&OD
Department at the LA Times for special recognition of the
“Overall Comprehensive Training Program” in Los Angeles in
1996.
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