Tom Drucker serves as a trusted advisor and a business consultant to owners, professional partnerships and leaders of every kind of business. He helps his clients solve problems, whether with people or with business results. Tom’s work is unique because he integrates the principles of positive psychology with the methods of process improvement. This combination enables him to make measurable changes in business performance. Lasting change comes as people learn to think creatively and act collaboratively to create new levels of success.
Tom received a degree in clinical psychology from UCLA while working with and being mentored by Abraham Maslow and Viktor Frankl. He pursued a PhD at UCLA’s Business School where he combed operations research, anthropology, linguistics and behavioral science.
Xerox Corporation recruited Tom from the doctoral program and he began his business career working directly for the Chairman of Xerox. In his 15-year career with Xerox, Tom developed a reputation for creating practical and cost-effective methods for designing and implementing new strategies and sustainable organizational changes. Among his many accomplishments, he ran a global business improvement division that helped Xerox win the Baldridge Quality Award and led the re-engineering and culture change of the worldwide Service and Manufacturing functions.
Tom left Xerox in the early 80’s to start Consultants in Corporate Innovation. CCI’s results can be measured in improved leadership, profitability, quality, and customer service. CCI also introduces new business models and processes to sustain innovation and idea management.
Whether it’s teaching customer service at Cisco, coaching financial executives at GE on leadership in the era of Sarbanes-Oxley, transforming the HR function at the Ford Foundation into a customer-focused team, or helping a father turn over the operation of his business to his daughter at Playboy, Tom impacts the lives of leaders by enhancing their ability to harness the collective intelligence and imagination of the people they lead. In addition to the transformational work he does at large corporations, Tom makes the tools of big business available to the owners and leaders of mid-market companies and professional service partnerships.
Tom serves on the Board of the Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles where he has started a mentoring program for young artists.
Throughout his career, Tom has continued delve deeply into the factors that make businesses excel. He brings his energy, integrity and focus to every client.
Jeana Wirtenberg is a highly talented, results-oriented and multi-disciplined consultant with broad and deep expertise in human resources, organization effectiveness, leadership development and learning. She is Co-Founder and Principal of the Institute for Sustainable Enterprise at Fairleigh Dickinson University. Her extensive experience in facilitating large-scale change to produce positive bottom line results spans high-tech, corporate, and blue collar environments, as well as large and medium size nonprofits.
Working with CEO’s, Presidents and VP’s of Fortune 500 companies in the telecommunications and energy industries, Jeana has helped organizations reach the highest levels of performance excellence by aligning with business strategy. She has a proven track record of bringing about new levels of organization and individual capability, leadership, cultural transformation and business success.
Clients are drawn to Jeana’s dynamic and collaborative approach, outstanding facilitation and problem solving skills, coupled with her strong HR and OE background. She is recognized as having an extraordinary ability to translate complex business challenges into practical and meaningful solutions.
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