Anna Zaltz

anna2Anna Zaltz is an organizational effectiveness consultant specializing in customized organizational, team and individual solutions that deliver impactful and rapid results to the organization.

Anna leverages knowledge gained through many years in global and domestic human resources roles for Fortune 500 compnaies, to combine innovative ideas with first hand experience and understanding of how solutions will be implemented and received. She has successfully led enterprise-wide organizational change and large-scale initiatives from strategy development through implementation for clients spanning a wide range of industries including: healthcare, pharmaceutical, insurance, consumer products, technology and financial services.

Whether it be working with individuals, teams or on organization wide initiatives, Anna blends a deep understanding of human behavior with proven tools and concrete application organizational challenges. Anna is direct and deeply empathetic, always challenging one’s thinking with insight and sensitivity in service of the individual’s needs and growth opportunities. Her ability to rapidly build deep trust, enables the leaders she coaches to dig deep and be brave about the challenges they face, while gaining the confidence needed to stretch farther. Clients know she brings integrity and unwavering commitment to the people and organizations she serves.

Prior to founding MANDO Consulting, LLC, Anna spent 15 years in human resources positions with Kraft Foods, Motorola, and PepsiAmericas. She has held leadership positions in organizational development as well as leadership development and learning.

Anna holds an M.S. in Human Resources from Loyola University and a B.A. in Psychology from Indiana University. Certifications include: LOMINGER Suite, Marshall Goldsmith Coaching Certification, PDI Profiler, MBTI Myers Briggs Type Indicator, Personal Effectiveness Identity Mapping Master Certification, Situational Leadership (SLII), DDI Certification- Classroom Instruction and Targeted Selection, and Wilson Learning- Working Styles.