In this episode, we sit down with DecisionWise Consultant, Chris Storey. We discuss his education, career, and approach towards engagement, consulting, and leadership.
Chris brings more than a decade of professional experience to DecisionWise and its clients. His expertise includes 11 years in training and development as well as organization strategy, data analytics, and curriculum design, with extensive experience in employee coaching. His natural passion for helping people succeed professionally and businesses to grow has only grown through the years.
Prior to joining DecisionWise Chris worked as Manager of Training at a world-renowned language and leadership training organization. In that role he hired and trained over a hundred employees and executed coaching and performance management for an internationally diverse team who trained up to 400 volunteers per year. He initiated a vision for culture change resulting in a 100% increase in compliance and client-side reports of vastly improved outcomes. He also devised a significant compensation restructuring for a 1,000-person division. As an instructional designer he created a training program addressing low-utilization rates for company-developed learning software, doubling user satisfaction. He also conceptualized a self-assessment tool, now used globally.
Additionally, Chris worked in the Analytics Group at doTERRA International where he redesigned the hiring process and helped create a statistical model for predicting employee attrition. Most recently he worked as an independent organization consultant for a non-profit in Baltimore.
Chris holds an MBA from Boston College with an emphasis in Data Analytics. He carried out consulting projects for Boston College and Wayfair utilizing advanced analytics techniques. He also earned learning certificates in R, SQL, and is fluent in Russian.