Thomas Sullivan has spent 20 years as a consultant, facilitator, coach and lecturer on designing and implementing personal and organization change efforts in distinct settings across the globe. Thomas worked as a management consultant and manager in Innovation Associates and Arthur D. Little.
Thomas has a broad base of experience in the design and delivery implementation of large-scale leadership development and coaching efforts for international organizations and global companies, including, Aspentech, BP, Pemex, Cemex, Biogen, the US Forest Service and the American Cancer Society. In the past five years, he has lead leadership development programs and coached managers at all levels of leadership (Emerging Leader Programs to Director Level Programs) with the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).
Thomas has a broad experience in designing and leading train-the-trainer certification for programs based around the core 5 Disciplines and Organizational Learning. His approach is to work with clients’ strengths to create the lasting change they want to bring about while building their capability of the client organization to negotiate the demands of our changing world. His work includes coaching leadership at the individual and team levels to have breakthrough results in performance in the short-to-medium time frame.
Thomas has held senior consulting and management positions with Arthur D. Little and Innovation Associates. Prior to that, he held a management position with an international training firm, where he managed sales and operations as well as developed and conducted training programs focusing on personal transformation and effectiveness. He has a BA degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Thomas is bilingual (Spanish and English) and works with equal ease in Spanish and English, with clients in Latin America, Spain and the United States.