Lori Quitiquit-Hoffman, M.H.R.O.D., has nearly thirty years of experience in the Organizational Development field, and is known for her work in change management, coaching, leadership training and development, high performance teamwork, organization design, Human Resource process improvement and systems implementation. She has a strong natural ability to easily establish rapport and develop trusting relationships with her clients.
Lori brings significant experience with food manufacturing, consumer products, manufacturing, health care, oil & chemical, and paper products companies, as well as non-profit and government sector organizations experiencing transition. She has designed and implemented complete training and development programs at Clorox and Foster Farms, established leadership development programs, facilitated senior leadership teams and non-profit boards, and conducted comprehensive cultural change and organizational improvement efforts for many companies including: Leprino Foods, The Clorox Company, Foster Farms, Sun-Diamond Growers, FMC Corporation, Shell Oil Company, Weyerhauser Paper Company and a variety of other organizations.
Lori has an exceptional reputation for her training and development skills. Her students note her ability to translate difficult concepts in to easy to understand practical skills. She has a passion for facilitating the design, strategic planning, and alignment of human resources with the mission and values of organizations to achieve business objectives thereby increasing competitive advantage. Lori’s “whole picture view” helps organizations leverage every available resource to deliver critical results. She has the natural ability to help create alignment in organizations, maximize individual, team and organizational capacity, and create performance improvement solutions to address critical business issues.
One of the tools Lori is certified in is Myers Briggs Type Indicator. She is noted for her ability to leverage the methodology to help intact teams and leaders to increase their effectiveness with one another.