Sheryl Unger, M.I.L.R.
Sheryl Unger is an integral member of the WLH team who provides extensive change management and human capital strategy consulting to our clients; often involved with projects from initial scoping, project planning, and through execution.
Sheryl takes the lead on various human capital strategy projects related to competency models and development planning, with deep expertise supporting Pharmaceutical Sales and Market Access organizations. She was instrumental with the creation of 360-degree feedback surveys and supporting development planning tools for a global roll-out.
Her deep understanding of the evolving healthcare marketplace is leveraged in our Business Acumen and Account Management practice area where she supports clients with the development of their planning processes, tools, and learning solutions. When projects involve systems integration work, she works as a liaison between the client and data solution vendors to outline the process, specifications, and user interface.
She has authored management toolkits, learning programs, and articles on change management, transitional leadership, HR’s role in mergers and acquisitions, goal planning, and operating plan implementation. For our large-scale change management projects, Sheryl takes the lead in communications planning and execution. For WLH Learning Solutions, she contributes to the design of assets related to teamwork, leadership development, change management, business acumen, and process improvement. Sheryl has facilitated numerous Jump Start team sessions and data gathering focus groups.
Sheryl’s data collection and analysis efforts have helped organizations with business performance improvement, strategic planning, organizational health diagnosis, and medical-marketing integration planning.
She has consulted to a variety of industries, including pharmaceutical, biotech, and call-centers. Sheryl has worked with various HR departments, including the Ford Motor Company in Employee and Labor Relations where she developed and facilitated workshops on employee involvement. She has a B.A. from American University and a Masters in Industrial Labor Relations from Cornell University.
Sheryl is the programming chair for the South Florida Organizational Development Network and a member of the Association for Talent Development (ATD).