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Don't Wait for Change, Says Cornerstone Expert

Organizational Development courses from Cornerstone International Group help companies to anticipate and manage change.

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Shanghai, China -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/20/2014 -- Companies who wait for change to happen do so at their peril, says organizational development guru Laurie O’Donnell. They should be preparing for that change today.

“Times are changing rapidly,” says O’Donnell, a specialist with Cornerstone International Group. “No companies are insulated from outside pressures anymore.

“They should be facing the inevitability of change before it happens so that it can be managed to their advantage.”

Laurie is a featured speaker at the American Chamber of Commerce Human Resources Series here in Shanghai next week. She will manage a Master Class in Organizational Development on Wednesday, Feb 26, calling on over 11 years of experience in working with complex multinational organizations.

Laurie has a solid foundation in worldwide leadership development. Beginning her career as a young entrepreneur in Montreal, Canada, Laurie now lives and works in Beijing, China, where she is Managing Director of the Cornerstone Beijing office. The Cornerstone International Group is a global network of retained executive search firms.

Laurie is also a certified Cornerstone Executive Coach, supporting executive leaders globally to capitalize on their strengths to realize personal and organizational goals.

About Cornerstone
Cornerstone International Group is a world leading organization of retained executive search and recruiting specialists. Members are equity owners of their firms who share business and best practices, giving clients in any part of the world reliable and personal access to highly qualified service in many other parts of the world. The network currently comprises over 70 locations. Head office resources are located in Shanghai, China and in Atlanta, USA. Information is available through the global website at as well as through (Shanghai) or (Atlanta)