JEFF FREEDMAN, MSOD
Jeff Freedman works with executives and senior management teams of corporations and high growth companies.
He is a GPS for executives navigating change, and leading authority on accelerating strategic initiatives
and improving business performance.
For the past sixteen years, Jeff has advised executives and their teams across the United States. With them,
he works to clarify the vision, build and execute customized high-impact action plans that drive superior
Industry leaders benefiting from Jeff's expertise, include: Life Technologies, Bank of America, Fiserv,
United Guaranty Insurance, Amgen, Cardinal Health, and Rolls-Royce Jeff engages executives and their
teams in lively dialogue, and raises key questions that spark new thinking, define the real work to be
done, and lead to decisions about what to do differently.
Jeff brings perspective, Fortune 200 experience, and over twenty four years of hands-on business experience in
a wide range of positions at Bank of America, Walt Disney World, Aldus Corporation (now Adobe Systems), and The
Boeing Company. His career includes roles in R&D Engineering, Sales & Marketing, Human Resources, and Organization
and Leadership Development.
Jeff earned an M.S. in Organization Development (MSOD) from the Pepperdine Graziadio School of Business and
Management, and a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering (BSME) from the University of California at Santa Barbara. He
lectures at universities and executive forums throughout the U.S. on Strategy Execution, Implementing Change,
and Succession Management.
Jeff has earned Six Sigma Quality Fundamentals certification, Lominger's Leadership Architect VOICES 360, OSI's
Polaris Competency Model & 360 Survey, and served on the board of Organizational Development Network San Diego.
E-mail Jeff at email@example.com
If you are ready for an initial consultation, or are ready to start right away, please
contact us today.
“Thank you Jeff for pushing our thinking and providing honest feedback. We got farther, faster in only ninety days assessing where we were, where we wanted to go, and deciding what to do differently.”
Director Human Resources