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As a consultant for the Center for Strategic Leadership at FMI, Emily brings a solid understanding of leadership research and the latest talent development thinking to best serve a diverse group of firms in the construction industry.
Emily brings her expertise in personnel measurement and assessment to help clients uncover their strengths and limitations. Working in an array of consulting engagements, Emily helps organizations address topics such as identifying leadership skill strengths and gaps, developing sustainable succession plans, facilitating greater team functioning, creating compelling competency models, and identifying effective recruiting and selection practices.
Prior to joining FMI, Emily served in consulting support and independent research roles for Colorado-based organizations and firms. Emily has also been an instructor in the Masters of Applied Industrial and Organizational Psychology (MAIOP) program at Colorado State University and has taught Master's courses in Organizational Development, Global Issues in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, along with Applied Research Methods. She also served in internal recruiting roles for a global tutoring organization.
Emily holds a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from Rutgers University and a doctorate in industrial and organizational psychology from Colorado State University.