Ivette Ruiz

Dr. Ivette Ruiz, President, Onward Horizons Leadership Development Associates is a cultural change catalyst, holistic coach, minister, author, backyard farmer, animal lover, mother of two and grandmother of three precious angels. She’s known for her bilingual motivational talks, her servant leadership style, humanitarian work and her ability to help people bridge differences and connect in more meaningful ways to minimize silos and create unity. She’s an accomplished diversity & inclusion (DI) and organization development professional with over 18 years of demonstrated experience and leadership capability in human resources, healthcare, academia, project management, start-ups and delivery of DI strategies with a proven track record of partnering with cross-functional leaders across matrix global organizations to increase awareness of enterprise level leadership development and DI initiatives. Strong and proven competencies in organizational development, team management, leadership development, training, performance review, business management and the creation of high-performing teams and individuals secured through strong interpersonal and collaborative skills that positively affect outcomes.

Small Business Measurement of Values Spectrum with Hartman Value Profile Assessment Tool – Part 3

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An EAP Is a Multifaceted Employee Support Program Minimizing Stress at Work and Home

Five Working Groups Generally Missed by Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) Leadership to be Consider in 2019 Today the Employee Assistance Program industry has evolved to meet the needs of the...

The Variance of Value Judgment On Professional Growth Part II

An assessment that measures people’s values in a spectrum of either goodness or wrongness.

The Variance of Value Judgment on Professional Growth- Part 1

The Variance of Value Judgment on Professional Growth as Measured by the Hartman Value Profile (HVP) Assessment Tool: Part I