Lori Addicks is a consultant, master facilitator, and executive coach specializing in leadership, organizational and team development, as well as multi-generational diversity.
She has more than 20 years of experience partnering with senior executives in North America, and 60 countries across Africa, Europe, Asia and Latin America to translate business goals into value-added people strategies across the spectrum of talent management. With expertise in selection, assessment and diversity, she specializes in getting the right people in the right job at the right time. She knows how to inspire people to get the desired results, especially during times of transition.
Previously, Lori spent 13 years as a Senior Consultant and Manager of Learning Operations for The Coca-Cola Company where she designed an assessment process to attract and accelerate the development of global high potential GM talent, and a high-potential talent assessment process for the global finance division.
Lori’s clients, both global and domestic, include The Coca-Cola Company, Apple Inc., AT&T, Atlanta Housing Authority, Cox Enterprises, Cox Media Group, McKesson Health Care, Recall, Brambles Ltd., CARE, Dean Foods, Virginia Colleges, NetApp, Steelray Software, and PC Tools
Her education and training include an undergraduate degree from Oregon State University, OD Certificate with University Associates, and a Certificate in Building Business Acumen from DePaul University. She holds numerous master certifications in leadership development curricula, and she is certified to administer and interpret the HBDI®, the Hogan Suite, BestWork Data, Change Style Indicator, and Judgment Index™ assessments.
Lori is active in Vistage, ASTD, HRLF, Georgia Coach Association, and SHRM, and has served as keynote speaker for Atlanta Chapter of ASTD, Technology Association of Georgia, International Association of Business Communicators, National Multi-Housing Council, and the National Apartment Association. She has guest lectured at Georgia Institute of Technology, University of Georgia, Auburn University, Kennesaw State University, and Emory University among others.