“If you are ready to create meaningful, positive, and lasting change, I suggest you get in touch with Christina Schlachter. I like her no-nonsense, matter of-fact style and process for helping leaders reinvent themselves and their organizations. Her mantra—Do something. Create something. Be accountable— is the right message for our times. She invites us to balance the say-do ratio—say what you want to do, and then do it!” — Ken Shelton, editor/CEO, Leadership Excellence
Check out all the buzz about Christina’s research, work, and her connection with the community.
| Be a Change Capitalist – in Managing Smart, a publication of the Society for Human Resource Management
Change is inevitable and constant in today’s workplace. Managers can either fight it or become part of the solution. Read more…
|Welcoming the New Generation of Workers – Denver Business Journal
Long gone are the days of clear-cut job descriptions and working one’s way up the ladder. Get ready to toss those traditional HR practices out the window, and provide a quick progression for employees while creating a culture of flexibility and innovation. Read more….
|Backseat Leaders: 10 Ways to Lead Change – Human Resources IQ
The Global Economy has turned the rules of leadership upside down and shaken them vigorously for good measure. Everyone is expected to take the reins as needed. Read more or download the article reprint in Leadership Quarterly here.
| The New Transformation of the Public Sphere – Journal of Corporate Citizenship
Can corporate citizenship documentaries define the public interest and encourage action and discourse among scholars and practitioners? Read more…
|Do These Simple Things Today To Win Over Your Boss
Dr. Christina Schlachter quoted in Joel Schwartzberg’s article.
You may have only one career, but you have two key jobs. Read more…
|Boulder Lifestyles: Hometown Hero, The Write Stuff.
The mountains brought Christina and her family to Colorado, and she brought a serious passion for helping the community. Find out more about Christina’s non-profit, Junior Journalists program and how kids as young as 5-years-old can take a step towards being involved in their community!
|Visit with Mrs. Colorado International, Dr. Christina Schlachter in NoBo Magazine
Sit down with Christina and find out more on her thoughts on being crowned Mrs. Colorado International.