Hanlie van Wyk
Global Culture Change Expert And Systems Strategist
Hanlie is a behavioral change expert, systems strategist, author, and Ph.D. candidate. Her fascination with human behavior started while growing up in South Africa. From working to prevent violence to humanizing the workplace, her career spans three decades and four continents researching and applying behavioral change strategies to some of the most challenging behavioral problems. As co-owner of the Behavioral Research and Applied Technology Laboratory she studies, develops, and applies agnostic systems and practices that make change sticky and result in high-performing individuals and cultures. While this framework can be applied to a wide variety of changes, she focuses on change strategy to grow more effective leaders and teams and to a healthier, happier, and more productive workforce.
Education & Certifications
- Doctor Of Philosophy (PhD) In Psychology (2019 – Present), University of South Africa (UNISA)
- Master Of Arts Psychology & Research Consulting (2011), University of South Africa
- Logotherapy (Research) & Existential Psychology Diplomate (2010), University of South Africa
- Bachelor Of Arts (Honors) In Psychology, University of Northwest, South Africa
- Bachelor Of Arts in Psychology, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa
- Best Practices in The Question Formulation Technique (2023), Harvard Graduate School of Education,
- IDI Qualified Administrator (2021), IDI LLC
- US Institute of Diplomacy and Human Rights (2023)
- The Effective Facilitator (2019), Leadership Strategies
- Technology of Participation (Top) Group Facilitation Methods (2019), The Institute of Cultural Affairs (ICA)
- Technology of Participation (Top) Meeting That Work (2019), The Institute of Cultural Affairs (ICA)
- Enneagram Practitioner (2017), Integrative Enneagram Solutions
- ACMC Associate Certified Coach (2011), International Society of Neurosemantics
- Logotherapy (Research) and Existential Psychology (2009), UNISA
- Sykes, A.W. & Van Wyk, H (2019). The 11th Habit – Design Your Company Culture to Foster the Habits of High Performance. Chicago, U.S.A.
- Podcast Feature >> The Art of the Extraordinary >> Gaining Your Competitive Advantage By Instilling Human Habits
- SOA Life & Annuity Symposium >> Communicating for Change, 2018
- Society of Actuaries >> Influence Training for Actuaries Seminar, 2018
- WELCOA >> Design Your Culture for Habit Change, 2018
- WISDOM Retreat >> Designing the Workplace to Foster Connectedness, 2018
- Vistage CEO Network >> Habits of High Performance, 2017 -2023
- The Love Summit >> Habits that Prepare us to Thrive, 2017
- Benefits Forum + Expo >> The Key to Becoming a High-Performance Employer, 2017
- HERO Forum>> What it takes to become a High-Performance Employer, 2017
- Van Wyk, H. (2016). What Is Really Worth Doing in Worksite Wellness, And to What Extent: A Meta-Analysis and Insights from A Dose Value Model. Oral presentation at 31st International Congress of Psychology 2016 in Japan, Yokohama.
- 31st International Congress of Psychology Japan >> What Is Really Worth Doing in Worksite Wellness, And to What Extent: A Meta-Analysis and Insights from A Dose Value Mode, 2016
- Hawaii Health @ Work Alliance >> Investing Wisely in Wellness, 2015
- Hawaii Health @ Work Alliance >> Measuring the Economic Impact of My Wellness Program, 2015
- Van Wyk, H. (2013). What Big Business Can Learn from Neuroscience. HR Future.
- Van Wyk, H. (2012). In Search of a Revised Model of Health: Exploring the Relationship Between Meaning and Health. Psychoneuroimmunology Electronic Poster Presented at 30th International Congress of Psychology in South Africa, Cape Town.
- Van Wyk, H. (2010). In Search of a Revised Model of Health: Exploring the Relationship Between Meaning and Health. Psychoneuroimmunology Poster presentation at the 16th Annual Congress of Psychology Association of South Africa, South Africa.