Lominger International Names Chief Operating

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<p><strong>Los Angeles &mdash; Aug. 29</strong><br />Korn/Ferry International, a global provider of talent management solutions, has appointed Dee Gaeddert as chief operating officer of Lominger International, a Korn/Ferry company that offers competency-based leadership development resources for individuals, teams and organizations.  </p><p>She assumes this newly created role in addition to her current role as chief operating officer of Korn/Ferry&rsquo;s LeaderSource Ltd., which offers a full suite of customized coaching, leadership development and team effectiveness solutions. <br /> <br />In her new position, Gaeddert will be responsible for day-to-day operations at Lominger and report directly to Robert Eichinger, Lominger founder and CEO.<br /> <br />&ldquo;Dee is an exemplary leader with keen business acumen, and finely honed consultative and operational skills,&rdquo; Eichinger said. &ldquo;We are pleased to have Dee driving the continued integration of Lominger and LeaderSource intellectual property throughout Korn/Ferry, which will bring further synergy to the organization and real benefits to our clients.&rdquo;<br /> <br />Gaeddert was president and co-founder of QI International, a consulting firm dedicated to improving the way organizations manage business relationships with customers, employees and other stakeholders.  </p><p>QI was later acquired by Personnel Decisions International, where Gaeddert spent four years as a practice leader before joining LeaderSource as COO in 2005.<br /> <br />Gaeddert holds a doctorate in psychology from the University of Minnesota and a bachelor&#39;s degree in psychology from Bethel College in North Newton, Kan. </p><p>She is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Human Resource Planning Society.  She is co-author of the book “Quality on Trial.” </p><p>Additionally, Gaeddert is chair of the Committee for the Future of the College at Bethel College, a member of the board for the Search Institute and a volunteer mentor with the Metropolitan Economic Development Association.  </p>

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