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Dr. Cris Wildermuth

Dr. Cris Wildermuth is an Associate Professor at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, where she directs the Master of Leadership Development. Originally from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Dr. Wildermuth has traveled extensively, conducting leadership development programs in various countries in Latin America and in Europe.  
 
Dr. Wildermuth's main research interests are Leadership Ethics, Employee Engagement, and Global Leadership.  She frequently speaks in national and international conferences and is the author of Diversity Training, published by the Association for Talent Development. Her articles have been published in various academic journals such as the Journal of Business Ethics, the Journal of Leadership Education, and the Journal of Psychological Issues in Organizational Culture.

Book Dr. Cris to

  • Explore your Narrative Big Five personality results and come up with strategies for growth and success.

  • Explore your Intercultural Development Inventory results and design a plan for intercultural competency growth.

  • Certify your team to use the Narrative Big Five or DiSC personality assessments.

  • Conduct engagement research in your organization.

  • Conduct a cultural audit. 

  • Conduct a training needs analysis or evaluation.

  • Design a customized training program.

  • Design train-the-trainer processes.

  • Facilitate web-based or face-to-face development programs on leadership and diversity development.

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Mel Wildermuth

Mel Wildermuth is the Community Chair of The Leader Campus®.  Mel's powerful imagination quickly generates games, simulations, and activities designed to "make learning stick."  Along with his partner and wife of 25 years Cris, Mel has written several published articles including "The 10 M's of Employee Engagement" (T&D Magazine) and "Decoding Leadership Ethics" (Journal of Industrial and Commercial Training).  

 

Mel is a certified Rhythm Circle Facilitator and a Master Trainer in the Five-Factor Model of personality. His current writing and research interests include the impact of the brain on diversity relations. 

Book Mel Wildermuth to

  • Explore your Narrative Big Five personality results and come up with strategies for growth and success.

  • Design imaginative simulations, eLearning programs, or customized games.

  • Design customized training programs.

  • Design train-the-trainer processes and train your facilitators.

  • Certify your team to use the Narrative Big Five or DiSC personality assessments.

  • Facilitate a Drum Circle for your team.

  • Facilitate web-based or face-to-face development programs on leadership and diversity development.