Areas of Expertise
Evi Kahle has consulted at individual and organizational levels and her clients included Kaiser Permanente, eBay, Hewlett-Packard, Symantec, Cisco, Walt Disney, Nordstrom, San Francisco State University, U.S. Department of Education, and Make-a Wish Foundation. She consulted on the following:
Developing Integrated Leaders
- Designed and implemented succession planning processes aimed at CEO and Executive Leadership positions.
- Provided support to executives new in their roles. Help them assess the teams reporting to them and the surrounding culture.
- Designed processes for executives to develop integrated expertise across a number of functional areas, and develop the capacity to lead issues that span the organization.
- Helped executives understand and constructively engage with the explicit and the underlying forces and dynamics affecting their roles. Used an integrated approach that brings together personal self awareness, interpersonal dynamics, relationship skills, and leadership capabilities.
Organizational Change and Development
- Conducted leadership and organizational assessments through interviews and surveys. Provided critical feedback to executives with insights and deeper understanding of issues. Recommended strategies and actions addressing the assessment data to achieve desired outcomes.
- Consulted to organizational change and transformation initiatives. Worked closely with executive leaders to design and implement strategies and goals. Addressed alignment across and down into the organization to identify and resolve critical issues, barriers or potential barriers.
- Worked with cross-functional teams to integrate organizational change efforts and to ensure effective implementation and minimize associated risks.
- Supported leaders to develop a cohesive, organization-wide approach to minimize silos in order to leverage interdependencies.
Executive Women’s Leadership
- Identified the strengths and challenges of different leadership styles.
- Helped clients to understand the various factors, both personal and organizational, that increase the efficacy of women leaders.
- Created awareness of how the personal can impede the professional.