Erick Briggs, M.S.
Head of People Analytics & Innovation
Christine L. Seitz
Associate Consultant, Research & Product Development
Driven by data, Christine informs organizational decision-making processes through insights based on empirical evidence. Her background in industrial-organizational psychology and experience with quantitative analysis serve as a foundation to make actionable recommendations to organizations.
She has experience in several domains, including training, assessment, and leadership development. Further, Christine has worked with a variety of organizations, including those in finance, healthcare, and manufacturing industries.
Christine’s broad research interests pertain to occupational health, the work-life interface, and the future of work. Her master’s thesis explores the work-life balance of remote employees, specifically evaluating how their engagement and competence in leveraging technology impacts the balance of their work and non-work responsibilities.
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