Paul Curci creates value for businesses at the intersection of strategy, human development, and organizational change. His 25 years of experience advising businesses in the areas of strategic communications has led to his current coaching, consulting and facilitation career.
Paul looks at business performance through the lens of communication, leadership, and strategic alignment—the three factors enabling organizations of any size to effectively navigate change. His expertise includes executive coaching, leader assimilation, strategy implementation, developing high-performing teams, and aligning internal communications throughout large complex enterprises. In the recent past, he has coached senior executives and CEO’s of Fortune 500 and non-profit organizations in technology, biotech, healthcare, higher education, legal, energy & utilities, hospitality, entertainment, and the creative sectors.
Some of his past clients have included the CEO of one of the most successful Energy & Utility companies in the US, several senior VPs at one of nation’s largest retailers, CEO’s of several large technology companies, the Head of HR of one of the fastest growing biotech companies, and the management team of a global food company.
Paul is a CTI trained and ICF certified coach and facilitator. He is certified in the Hogan Assessment tools. Paul’s thought leadership on organizational change through self-organizing groups is featured in Productive Workplaces: Dignity, Meaning, and Community in the 21st Century (2012, Weisbord).
Prior to moving into consulting and his role as a Senior Level Consultant at AIIR, Paul was the Publisher of Philadelphia City Paper, an award winning newspaper in Philadelphia. From this experience he learned how pivotal leadership and direct communication is for driving bottom line results. Prior to his role as Publisher, Paul worked as the Director of Sales and Marketing. In addition to business, Paul is passionate about art. He is an accomplished painter and sculptor whose works have been featured in prestigious galleries throughout the US and abroad. Paul holds a B.F.A. from Temple University’s Tyler School of Art. He lives in Center City Philadelphia with his wife and four children.