2 LinkedIn Recommendations
“Guy is a true instructional design and performance improvement professional, author and practitioner. While I was working at Bank of America we commissioned Guy and his CADDI team to redesign the three retail bank learning and development programs into one high performing curriculum design. As a result of this work we were able to reduce turnover at the frontline teller positions by an average of 30%.
Guy’s ethics and proven approach made the effort very cost effective and fast to implement.
I would recommend Guy for his knowledge of human performance technology, for his client service focus and for his business ethics.
VP, CUNA Mutual Group” March 22, 2009
Top qualities: Great Results, Expert, Good Value
1st Randy Kohout, hired Guy W as a Business Consultant in 1997, and hired Guy W more than once
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“My university research center concentrates on R&D in evidence-based performance improvement and one of our goals is to keep track of the activities of top professionals. Guy Wallace constantly appears on our radar as the best current example of the consummate professional in our field. His broad experience, constant creativity, successful work for his clients and his original contributions to our field all sum together into a very impressive career. Guy has been working in the same field for a quarter century and he could easily rest on his past accomplishments. Yet he continues to create novel and exciting solutions for his clients. He invests considerable effort and so understands both best practice and the huge body of research and evaluation that supports practice. He also spends quality time helping younger colleagues develop and works to advance our profession though professional organizations such as the International Society for Performance Improvement (where he was elected President a few years back) and the American Society for Training and Development. But what impresses me most about Guy is his ability to think clearly about very complex problems. He has an exceptional talent for stepping back from complex issues and generating simple solutions and insights that are both sensible and effective.” June 28, 2009
1st Dick Clark, Professor and Director, Center for Cognitive Technology, University of Southern California was with another company when working with Guy W at Guy W. Wallace
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