The founder of Wellesley Partners, Tim has been a successful coach and business advisor to leaders for thirty years, with a focus in healthcare since 1995. Tim’s focus on quickly identifying “what is holding you back” as an individual is the hallmark of the firm’s approach.
Maryann’s practice focuses on working with the thought leaders of organizations, helping them create the framework of change that will allow their organization to achieve the future state they envision. Maryann is known for taking her client work (but not herself) seriously.
Peter helps organizations break down the barriers that can arise between functional silos through the optimization of individual units and processes. A keen listener, he guides organizations to problem resolution and implementation strategies with respectful advice and workable plans.
Steve is an expert at growing businesses from start-up to valuable asset, helping executive teams focus on the critical aspects of a new business, and in particular, leadership and team development. Steve’s passion is helping individuals, teams, and businesses succeed by meshing the right folks into a well functioning team, driving toward large goals.
Mark is a visionary and innovator who has participated in several disruptions in healthcare. His practice, working with healthcare organizations in the standardization of patient care, first began when he was one of the first gynecological surgeons to perform operative laparoscopy.
Heather’s practice is focused on coaching individuals and teams. Her particular expertise is coaching individuals working within healthcare. While she works with individuals of all levels, her practice sweet spot is dealing with the particular challenges faced by medical professionals working within dysfunctional clinical settings. Heather works with her clients to help them create integrated approaches aimed at developing a healthy and productive practice and work/life balance. She also coaches individuals in Leadership Development.
Kevan is a psychologist, holding multiple licenses and serves on the board of the New England Society for Applied Psychology. His understanding and ability to frame organizations’ training needs is rooted in his past role as a Global Training Manager for a major software company. His practice, in coaching, change management, and training program development, is focused on increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of both organizations and their people.