Chris Soderquist has over twenty years’ experience as a strategy and leadership consultant/educator, with a diverse set of clients from the private and public sectors. He is a visiting executive lecturer at the Darden School of Business (University of Virginia), an instructor in Marlboro College’s graduate school, a designer and instructor of the Boeing Engineering Leadership Program, and co-designer of the Legislative Health Certificate Program at the Georgia Health Policy Center. He is a contributing author to The Change Handbook (Berrett-Koehler, 1999) and delivers systems thinking webinars for isee systems, where he is a consulting partner. His video, Finding Leverage, won the Communicator Award of Excellence for Cause Marketing. His most recent video series is available on the CDC-TV channel.
Soderquist’s most recent focus areas include adaptive learning and leadership; collective impact processes; community/regional well-being (including economic, public health, energy and environmental policy); NGO strategic planning; and local, community-based sustainability efforts. Additionally, his research interests include linking dynamic modeling with social network analysis, as well as dashboard/scorecard development, implementation, and monitoring. Some of his clients include: the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the World Bank, UNDP, World Economic Forum, the State of California, the State of Georgia, the Cincinnati Child Poverty Collaborative, Boeing Company, Hewlett-Packard, Nissan, and Northwestern Mutual.