Location: West Palm Beach, FL
Motto: “Be prepared to be surprised.”
Hobby: Horses, horses, horses. And, dogs.
Favorite Client Moment: CEO unveiling of a mural created by international group of auditors at the annual auditors’ leadership meeting.
Randi Barenholtz’ more than 25 years’ experience traverses instructional design, solution architecture, business development, leadership development, and talent management for organizations around the world. She has helped build talent capacity by creating experiences where learners need to sense, try, adjust, and try again. She believes creating immediate useful bursts of learning, adaptable in real-time to real-world challenges drive employee engagement and organizational growth.
She has worked on every aspect of a client engagement from birthing new ideas and strategies to breathing life into existing products, policies and protocols. Randi thrives on imagining and creating possibilities and pushing for what could be. She is known for having an innate touch with idea generation, concept writing, workshop design and immersing herself into her projects and client relationships. She is open to the possibilities and firmly rooted on the ground, with an enduring appreciation and understanding of organizational realities. She gets the job done.
Design projects span 60-minute ‘aha’ activities to 12-month cohort multi-faceted development programs and every iteration in between. Randi architects technically savvy training solutions based on needs-assessments, leveraging multiple modalities including complex business simulation, virtual classroom, e-learning, webinars and traditional instructor-led sessions.
Prior to Joining Peak Seven, Randi was the Solution Architect/Instruction Design at Korn Ferry International Advisory practice.
Clients include Capital One, Deloitte, Fidelity Investments, Lidl, Johnson & Johnson, Merck, Motorola, Tyco International, New York Human Rights Association, Salesforce, SES Investments, among others.
Randi has a M.Ed. in Education from Lesley College and has a bachelor’s degree from College of Charleston in fine arts with a specialty in music history.