Garcia Joins Gagen MacDonald

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<strong>Chicago &mdash; Nov. 14</strong><br />Gagen MacDonald LLC, the Chicago-based strategy execution and employee engagement firm, announced that Bob Garcia, formerly of Alvarez & Marsal Business Consulting, has joined the consultancy.<br /><br />”Bob&#39;s wealth of expertise in organizational learning and effectiveness will be of immense value to our clients as we continue to shape and grow our organizational development and training practice,” said Maril Gagen MacDonald, CEO. “His thought leadership, cultural awareness and sensitivity strengthen our ability to build high-performing capabilities into the sophisticated multinational companies we serve. Our clients are continually seeking new and creative strategies to unleash the talent within their organizations. Bob&#39;s unique experience, perspective and passion for performance will help our clients realize the full potential of their business.”<br /><br />Garcia previously worked as director of organizational capabilities for the Kohler Co.; as chief learning officer for International Truck & Engine Corp.; and as director of organizational development and employee education for Tenneco Packaging (now PacTiv and Packaging Corporation of America). Additionally, he held a senior staff specialist position with United Airlines and was a faculty member at Stanford University and at California State University, Fullerton.  Garcia is an active board member in a variety of not-for-profits and industry associations, including the American Management Association&#39;s National Training Council.<br />

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