For 28 years, Gordon has advised leaders of both private and public sector organizations, emphasizing the impacts on people and teams of upheaval in culture, process, leadership, and technology. Earlier in his career he was responsible for building and running both the global Change Management and the US Management Consulting practice at a top-ten global consulting firm. In that capacity he led projects in the telecommunications, health care, insurance, financial services, information, retail, transportation, and government sectors.
Trained in the Results-Based Coaching System of the NeuroLeadership Institute, Gordon coaches executives and their teams to achieve new levels of performance. Key focus areas include strategic relationship development, workplace conflict, executive presence, and C-Suite assimilation. Clients include executives and top teams from Verizon, AT&T, Microsoft, Accenture, PNC Bank, McDonald’s, Berkshire Capital, Levi’s, Converse, Jos A. Bank, Goodwill Industries, the City of New York, the Commonwealths of Massachusetts and Pennsylvania, and the great states of California and Missouri.
Gordon earned his MBA from the Wharton School, his undergraduate degree at NYU, and is certified in Organization Development/Change Management from Georgetown. He is a founder and the Chief Facilitating Office of the Wharton International Network of Entrepreneurs (WINE).