Nancy Halpern is a nationally recognized leadership consultant, speaker, and pioneer in the field of leadership development who speaks to groups and works with corporations around the world on issues of talent and workplace politics. Senior executives trust Halpern to find individualized solutions for themselves and their teams to the thorniest and most intractable of talent problems. She speaks at their conferences, facilitates high-impact workshops and offsites, works with senior human-resources leaders to tailor their talent-management tools, and coaches executives aspiring to the C suite.
Her client list ranges from the Fortune 500 to hedge funds to retail start-ups, and includes Bank of America, Dow Jones, CondeNast, Ogilvy & Mather, PriceWaterhouseCooper, Pfizer, The World Bank, Baker McKenzie, Nestle, Booz Allen Hamilton, Novartis, Columbia University, Bonobos, and Magnitude Capital, among many others. She has worked with teams in Japan, Thailand, South Africa, Singapore, Switzerland, and the UK, engaging executives at all levels and cultures to create an atmosphere that opened up the possibility to create real organizational and business change.
In addition to speaking to corporate audiences at events, Halpern has been a featured speaker at the Yale School of Management, National Retail Federation, Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, Ellevate, Novartis Women in Management Conference, and more. She has been interviewed by The New York Times, Fortune, The Financial Times, Fast Company, Forbes, The Huffington Post, The Chicago Tribune, ABC News, The PBS News Hour, Marketplace on National Public Radio, among others, and has been extensively quoted on career websites such as Monster, Glassdoor and Recruiter.com. She has also volunteered as a mentor and business coach to organizations that support the U.S. military, recently released prisoners at Riker’s Island, newly arrived immigrants, and students at both the undergraduate and graduate level.