Cali Williams Yost, CEO and founder of Work+Life Fit, Inc., is an internationally-recognized work+life flexibility strategy expert with 15 years of experience working with Fortune 1000 companies, government agencies, academic institutions and thousands of individuals.
A 1995 honors graduate of Columbia Business School, Ms. Yost is the author of the critically-acclaimed, Work+Life: Finding the Fit That’s Right for You (Riverhead/Penguin Group, April 2004), the first work+life “fit” management strategy for individuals. In addition to her weekly Work+Life “Fit” Blog, Yost is an expert blogger for Fast Company magazine, and micro-blogger on Twitter.
Work+Life Fit, Inc. is a research and consulting firm that develops and implements business-based work+life flexibility strategies with broad impact on productivity, engagement, cost and resource management related to people, real estate and technology, client service, innovation, communication, environmental sustainability and employee work+life fit. The flexible operating models developed by Work+Life Fit, Inc. prepare organizations to respond to rapid change and individuals to strategically manage their work and life day-to-day and throughout their careers.
Clients include organizations such as BDO Seidman, LLP, Barclays Global Investors, Cornell University, Ernst&Young, JPMorganChase, Lehman Brothers, Microsoft, the State of New Hampshire, the U.S. Navy and Quaker.
Ms. Yost and Work+Life Fit, Inc. have been featured in numerous national media outlets such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, Newsweek, USA Today, NPR and Fox Business News.
Prior to founding WLF, Ms. Yost was a Senior Research Associate at Families and Work Institute and Strategy Consultant with BrightHorizonsFamily Solutions, two of the country’s pioneering work+life organizations. Before entering the work+life field, she worked as a commercial banker in New York City. Yost lives in New Jersey.
Cali Williams Yost explains how resolving the job-versus-life conflict doesn't require the kind of big, disruptive, scary transformation that so many time-management "experts" recommend. Instead, you can make small, consistent, everyday changes to improve your job performance and your well-being. In Tweak It she gives examples of people who have tweaked their lives and guides readers on how they can improve their lives, both on off the job.