Michelle Clark, Ph.D.
As a business psychologist, Michelle consults with companies in situations where the business bottom-line intersects with people issues. With more than 10 years of experience utilizing psychological testing to facilitate personnel decisions, Michelle specializes in assisting organizations to become smarter and more effective in their hiring and succession processes. In addition, Michelle has international business experience, develops leadership programs, facilitates strategic business meetings, and coaches executives.
Michelle has wide-ranging corporate experience with clients including Cummins, Emerson, Delta Dental, Union Pacific Railroad, and many major universities. She facilitates meetings of the Chief Executive Network, putting her in monthly contact with CEOs from across the country as they tackle their most significant business challenges. In this capacity, she has provided keynote addresses on assessment in hiring, employee engagement, and emotional intelligence. Her experience includes utilizing assessments for hiring and development purposes; training program development; coaching corporate executives and their teams; as well as framing and leading company-wide talent management and succession planning programs.
Michelle has authored and co-authored articles about organizational consulting, including “Developing a Supervisor Feedback Rating Scale Using Outside Observers.”