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Steve Salisbury is a global change and transformation expert for some of the world’s most recognizable enterprises. He sets the change in motion by creating transformational capacity, galvanizing leaders, and driving accountability to institutionalize the entire transformation. In an industry where projects continue to underperform, Steve holds a remarkable 85% success rate.
Comfortable in culturally diverse settings, Steve has worked in many international companies throughout China, India, Singapore, Hong Kong, Mexico, Italy, Spain, France, Germany, and UK.
He disarmed a highly antagonistic faculty union and redesigned the business and IT support to implement an integrated Student Administrative system for a college with a $103MM operating budget. The project was heralded as “Best Ever” for the college.
Steve worked with leaders to acquire and integrate $4B in business from Maytag's operations to Whirlpool's operations in seven months with no disruption in service to customers, including large customers such as Sears, Lowes and Home Depot. CEO stated “One of the best go-lives in the history of Whirlpool.”
Steve spent most of his adult life in southwestern Michigan and now lives with his wife in Chicago. He still owns the southwestern Michigan family vineyard his parents purchased in the 1960’s.
Please call me for a free consultation about either, and how I can help you achieve more value and greater success – both for your organization, and for you.
Transformation Complexity Assessment
This assessment helps you determine the degree to which your transformation will affect your organization.
Transformational Leadership Assessment
This assessment will help you identify your readiness to lead organizational transformations.
Peralta Community College District
How Steve helped disarm a highly resistant faculty organization to achieve one of the most successful projects in college history.
AbbVie, Inc. U.S. Medical Affairs
Learn how Steve helped a leadership team increase employee engagement scores by 35% and reduced attrition from 16% to 7%.