Today’s organizations are facing an accelerated rate of change that’s causing massive disruption, disengaged workforces, and unforeseen challenges. As unsettling as this may seem, I see it as an unprecedented opportunity for businesses that are willing to open themselves up to new possibilities. I can help organizations envision their place in this new landscape, helping to navigate the uncertainty and provide clarity to new strategic directions.

Rob Caldera

Title: Managing Principal

Company: Future|Shift Consulting LLC

Geography: Verona, NJ (New York Metro region), United States

Bio:Rob Caldera is a communications, change management, and collaboration consultant with nearly 25 years experience. Prior to starting Future|Shift Consulting he spent the majority of his career as a change agent within organizations, driving small and large scale changes on internal initiatives ranging from adoptions of new systems, processes, and policies to organizational restructurings and people-development efforts. He’s also worked on the marketing side of business to help build brand identities.

Rob is a Prosci Certified Change Practitioner, with expertise that includes employee communications and engagement, change management (individual projects or company-wide adoption of a change approach), organizational effectiveness strategy, enterprise social networking and collaboration, and digital strategy.

Rob holds a Master of Science in Technology Management from Stevens Institute of Technology (Hoboken, NJ) and a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Hofstra University (Hempstead, NY). He is a current board member and former president of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) NJ Chapter and a founding member of Change Agents Worldwide. Rob lives in Verona, NJ with his wife, two kids, and one crazy hound named Pinwheel.

Practice AreasCorporate Communications, Change Management, Social Collaboration, Employee Engagement, Organizational Effectiveness

Twitter: @robcaldera



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