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As a Principal for the Leadership and Organizational Development Practice at FMI. Emily brings a solid understanding of leadership principles and latest thinking to advise firms in the built environment.
Emily combines her deep research expertise and years of consulting experience to help clients discover their strengths, explore their limitations and develop plans for tangible change. Working in an array of consulting engagements, Emily advises senior leaders on topics such as succession planning, facilitating greater team functioning, building custom leadership strategies, and building next generation leaders.
To spark meaningful change in businesses, Emily approaches consulting and Executive Coaching as a partnership and works closely with senior leaders and their teams to create culturally-sensitive solutions and long-lasting relationships. Emily’s clients come from diverse parts of the industry; she works with design and engineering firms, large GCs, and specialty contractors, among others.
Prior to joining FMI, Emily served in consulting 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 Masters courses in Organizational Development and related topics. 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 PhD in industrial and organizational psychology from Colorado State University and has received extensive training and certifications in personnel assessment and Executive Coaching.