Jeff Hull

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Jeffrey Hull, Ph.D. is an author, educator and consultant with over twenty years experience partnering with C-suite executives on issues of high performance leadership, change management, organizational strategy, structure and culture. Dr. Hull is a highly sought-after facilitator, keynote speaker and executive coach to both non-profit and for-profit global organizations.

Dr. Hull is Director of Education & Business Development at the Institute of Coaching, McLean Hospital, a Harvard Medical School Affiliate. He is also a clinical instructor in psychology at Harvard Medical School and an adjunct professor of leadership at New York University.

Education and Training:

Dr. Hull holds a dual BA degree, Magna Cum Laude, in philosophy and music from Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine. He holds an MBA in organizational psychology from the University of Maryland and has done post-graduate work in psychology at Columbia University. He also holds a Ph.D. in depth/analytical psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara, California.

Dr. Hull is certified to work with a variety of 360-degree feedback and assessment instruments, including the Hogan Suite, the Saville Consulting Wave assessment suite, the Stratton ILS (Leadership Styles) Survey, Myers-Briggs Personality-type instruments and the Enneagram.

Books and Articles:

  • Flex: The Art and Science of Leadership in a Changing World, TarcherPerigee, June 2019
  • Learning to be a Less Autocratic Manager, Harvard Business Review Blog, March 2015
  • Coaching the Post-Heroic Leader, Coaching World Nov 2014
  • Developing Leadership in Anesthesiology, Anesthesiology Journal, June 2013
  • Shift: Let Go of Fear and Get Your Life in Gear, Globe Pequot Press, 2010; Times of India, 2012

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