Robert C. Satterwhite PhD
For the past 20 years, Robert has partnered with clients to design and deliver talent assessment and development programs across the organization from high volume, entry-level roles all the way to the CEO. At the C-suite, he facilitates executive and leadership team assessment for selection, onboarding, development, coaching, high-potential identification, succession planning, and due diligence. His experience also includes competency modeling, organization design, performance management, training, litigation support, and employee engagement.
Robert has consulted with Fortune 100 as well as small and mid-cap companies, non-profits, and public-sector agencies. He has extensive expertise across a range of industries, including retail, manufacturing, private equity, financial services, insurance, pharmaceutical, hospitality, and the federal government.
Robert completed his Bachelor’s degree in Economics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Master’s degree in Psychology at Wake Forest University, and doctorate in Industrial/Organizational Psychology at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He is a member of SIOP and a current or prior advisor/board member of SOCT SHRM, HR.com, and Justice in Motion.
Robert has published/presented scientific articles in peer-reviewed journals/conferences and is co-author of the book, The Importance of Psychological Traits. He has appeared in Human Resource Executive Magazine, HR.com’s Talent Management Excellence Magazine, AESC’s Executive Talent Magazine, and Retail Leader, discussing human resources, human capital, and talent management issues. He is based in the New York City metro area.
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