Teryluz Andreu

Consultant

Teryluz has more than 20 years’ experience helping some of the world’s largest companies improve organizational effectiveness and realize the potential of their people through leadership development, culture transformation, talent, engagement and change management strategies.

Tery has held senior executive positions and global leadership roles at several of the world’s premier Human Resources and Talent strategy consulting firms, including Kincentric (a company part of Spencer Stuart), Aon, Hewitt Associates and Willis Towers Watson. She’s a leading expert in the areas of culture, engagement, change management and talent strategy, and has been a trusted advisor to top Fortune 500 companies and some of Latin America’s premier employers.

Tery is a frequent speaker at professional and industry conferences and has published over 40 articles and white papers. She has a Master’s degree in Communication and Human Resources from Cornell University and a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from the University of Puerto Rico.  She is certified in change management by PROSCI® and on several leadership and organizational assessment tools, including Barrett Cultural Values Assessment, Hogan Personality Inventory Assessment, and Facet5™ leadership assessments.

Tery is an avid traveller and likes exploring new destinations and cultures.  She lives in South Florida, USA, with her husband and enjoys going to the beach, spending time outdoors and tending her kitchen garden.

Recent Posts by Teryluz
Podcast
Podcast RADICL: Conscious Business and Culture Change
By Anabel DumlaoTeryluz Andreu
Axialent's Anabel Dumlao and Teryluz Andreu join Dan and Patrick Riley on the RADICL READY LIVE! podcast to discuss Conscious Business, culture change, and how the two come together. 
Balance Between Agility and Inclusion
Article
Leading Inclusively: The Balance Between Agility and Inclusion
By Teryluz Andreu
We expect leaders to move quickly and decisively, demonstrating agility when responding to challenging situations and emerging opportunities. At the same time, they are expected to foster a culture where every person feels valued, included, and connected. How can we manage the balance between agility and inclusion?
Article
How to Measure the Progress of Your Culture Journey
By Teryluz Andreu
Many companies begin their culture journey motivated to make big changes. While the intention of major change is there, some will lack the follow-through to sustain focus and solidify lasting change. Taking the time to measure the progress of your culture in a conscious, intentional, and continuous way is important to keep your initiatives on track.
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Languages
  1. English
  2. Spanish
  3. Portuguese
Areas of Expertise
  1. Organizational effectiveness
  2. Leadership
  3. Culture transformation
  4. Change management
  5. Talent management
  6. Engagement
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