As companies look to corporate real estate and workplace strategies to increase shareholder value, Jones Lang LaSalle expanded its change management platform with the addition of Leila Lance to its strategic consulting team. As a senior vice president, Lance will provide counsel and develop strategies to accelerate transformational workplace and facilities-based change.
"Leila’s deep experience in leading large-scale business transformations as an expert practitioner and global executive will be instrumental in helping our clients drive enterprise change," said Peter Shannon, JLL's managing director of strategic consulting.
Prior to joining JLL, Lance helped establish Kaiser Permanente's national program management office for health care reform. As a change management executive, Lance helped define and develop associated programs for new consumers, members, lines of businesses, employees, physicians and external partners.
Before joining Kaiser Permanente, Lance ran a consultancy with a focus on strategy and change management services and managing multiple large-scale global real estate initiatives, including real estate portfolio rationalization, workplace strategy, global expansion of real estate teams, outsourcing, shared services and reorganizations.
Lance graduated with a Master's of Science degree and a bachelor’s degree from Southern Illinois University with a concentration in organizational psychology. Currently, Lance is finishing up an executive program on converting strategies into actions at Stanford University.