“An organization has no presence beyond that of the people who bring it to life.” - Gareth Morgan
The energy and enthusiasm behind Healthy Workplaces is our president and founder, Mallary Tytel. An experienced, hands-on CEO, Mallary has a unique blend of business, government, education, and community-based practice spanning more than 20 years. She is a skilled architect in start-up, turn-around, and acquisition situations, with expertise in human systems dynamics, complexity science, strategy and leadership development. Effective at diagnosing key issues and problem solving, she has a strong track record and commitment to excellence, innovation and results.
Mallary is the former CEO of an international non-profit behavioral health and human resource development corporation; has served as a key advisor to senior-level civilian and military personnel within the US Department of Defense; has provided oversight for three Congressionally-mandated pilot programs in 16 communities across the country; and created and delivered an innovative leadership training program for over 40 military communities worldwide. As an expert source, Mallary is often quoted in the media, including The New York Times, Chronicle of Philanthropy, UPI, Entrepreneur Magazine and Inc.com. She has appeared on CNBC and ABC World News This Morning, and has presented at conferences throughout the US and Canada. She is also a regular contributor to BusinessWeek.com.
“I am interested in hearing about what's on your mind. Please get in touch with me and let's see how we can be of help." Mallary Tytel
Other members our our talented team include Masters- and Ph.D.-level psychologists, management and organization development consultants, certified assessment specialists, trainers, and subject matter experts in individual and organizational health. Take advantage of our network of nationally recognized associates, colleagues and partners.
Simple Rules guide behavior and create the culture of an organization. They are comprised of what we believe and understand about our work; the ways in which we work; and the fundamental frameworks that enable us to do our work. A short list of Simple Rules allows us to get back to basics and create a context for what we value as individuals and organizations.
At HealthyWorkplaces our Simple Rules are:
Seek out learning and creative opportunities
Act with kindness, respect and purpose
Know what I am/we are about
Do you know the Simple Rules in your organization? How do those rules support your own beliefs, values, and priorities? Do the rules need to change? How do the Simple Rules help you contribute effectively to your organization?
Finally, how can we help? Together we will work to create value and embed a competency for achievement within your organization.