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How has DNA supported long-lasting change as opposed to a short term gain or euphoria?

Susan Kuruvilla
CFO, Clark

"Process encourages ongoing feedback as engine for constant learning"
"Common language for leadership helps me help others more effectively "

Karen Campbell
Vice President
Marketing, IntraBiotics

"You need to keep working at this - each time a new member joins the team there is an opportunity to take the team to the next level"

Marti Haskins
Senior Director
Clinical Affairs,

"Continue survey measurement over time"
"Focus on coaching and creating an environment that encourages open feedback "

Tej Sidhu

"Common language for all to coach one another effectively"
"Specificity and safety of DNA feedback process promotes ongoing communication "

Ken Kelley
CEO, Founder,

"DNA has been a positive, consistent force for us through much change"
"Developed a survey instrument and process that measures consistently across time periods"
"Realigned and flexibly adjusted coaching goals as needed "

Hank Fuchs, M.D.
Vice President
Clinical Affairs,
"This work is integral to everything I do"

Mark Schmaier
COO, Clark

"Skills learned are useful now and in the future long term"
"Drew's work lead to structural changes in how we run and communicate with our Branch businesses. "

Marshall Merrifield
CEO, Clark

"Training established a common language that continues to be used"
"Codified grid of roles and responsibilities is referred to continuously"
"Top leaders sharing action plans publicly generated cascade of openness and enthusiasm for others to do the same "

Kent Thiry
CEO, Vivra
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"Changed the way individuals thought about themselves"
"Changed relationships between people "

Glen Younger

"Focus on people giving and encouraging feedback to and from each other on an ongoing basis"

Therese Hymer
Corporate Council
VP Human
Resources, Clark

"Practical, real life role plays in the training"
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