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Kristin Lytle

Chief Executive OfficerThe Leader's Edge

Philadelphia, PA

Member Since July 2022

Skills

Talent Management
Performance Management
Succession Planning

About

Kristin Lytle is CEO of The Leader’s Edge and brings significant experience in talent assessment, leadership development, succession planning and organizational design to the firm. Kristin has worked at well-known companies including Vanguard, Kohler, Whirlpool, and Target. She has held leadership roles in business operations and human resources in both domestic and global capacities throughout her career and developed HR solutions that align with business priorities while enabling talent to unlock their full potential.

Published content

18 ways for introverts to communicate more effectively on the job

expert panel

Here are key strategies to grow in confidence and strengthen business relationships.  Contrary to popular belief, a successful, savvy business person is not necessarily always the biggest extrovert in the room. Improving your active listening skills and post-meeting communication strategies also play a part in capturing the attention of peers or direct reports regularly. This is key to building stronger team relationships.  By leaning into what makes them a little different from their outspoken counterparts, introverts are likely to have a positive impact in their place of business. If you're an introvert in the workplace and unsure about how to leverage your "superpower" as a reserved business professional who wants to get ahead, below, 18 experts from Fast Company Executive Board offer their tips on how to build your comfort level in engaging with others and being an effective communicator.

16 smarter ways to balance your leadership responsibilities at work

expert panel

Here's how to improve your productivity and decision-making skills in 2024. Leading a successful corporation in the business sector or a nonprofit that is making an incredible impact on the local and greater community it serves sounds impressive and rewarding; however, it takes plenty of tenacity to maintain industry relevance and a different mindset to make smart business decisions. As the marketplace continues to transform itself in the new normal, managers may be feeling overwhelmed and burned out by all of the tasks piled on their plates to keep up with the changing consumer demands in an uncertain economic climate. To prevent them from high-stress levels, feelings of anxiousness, or seconding-guessing themselves when it comes to decision making, 16 experts from Fast Company Executive Board each offer one tip that could help company leaders get the support they need, which will change the course of their organization for the better.

Company details

The Leader's Edge

Company bio

The Leader’s Edge/Leaders By Design is an executive coaching and leadership development firm dedicated to helping C-suite, executive and high-potential men and women enhance their leadership skills. Our vision is to assist leaders in their career growth and to help them achieve success in the top tiers of their organizations. We have had the pleasure of working with over 4,000 leaders and building a reputation as a firm that provides high quality services with a customized approach for each client and project. Through our work with global Fortune 500 companies, large and mid-size firms, and non-profit organizations, we share our expertise and shape successful leaders for the future which continues to be a fulfilling experience for us and our clients. We are proud to offer our coaching and leadership services both in-person and virtually.

Industry

Corporate leadership

Area of focus

Executive Coaching
Leadership Development
Developing Emerging Leaders

Company size

11 - 50