Dr. Elizabeth Gulledge
Dr. Elizabeth A. Gulledge brings a deep understanding and knowledge of the complex challenges of leadership. She takes a pragmatic and positive approach to training and consultation, having worked extensively with individuals and teams at all organizational levels as they negotiate changing and often contradictory pressures in the business environment. A skilled facilitator and trainer, Dr. Gulledge helps leaders build personal effectiveness to achieve significant results.
Dr. Gulledge draws on international experience as an analyst, speaker, and published author. She has worked with FORTUNE 500 companies in the entertainment/media and tech industries in Edinburgh, London, Frankfurt and New York, to identify blind spots and overcome roadblocks in organizational settings. Her exceptional ability to engage and connect with a diverse range of audiences helps individuals develop the self-awareness, commitment, and vision necessary to create innovative solutions.
Prior to becoming a trainer and coach, she taught at the leading business schools in Europe in the areas of organizational development, change management and strategic decision making. Her work on innovation and creativity is published in the foremost business and management publications and she has presented at the major international conferences in those fields.
She received her BA (Political Science) from Duke University and Master’s degrees (International Relations and International Business) and PhD (Organizational Theory) from the University of St. Andrews in the United Kingdom. She attended the University of St. Andrews as a Ransome Scholar and served as the Dean’s Research Fellow in Organizational Psychology. She was a visiting scholar at the Center for Public Policy and Management at Duke University and a Rothemere Scholar at the University of Oxford.
A North Carolina native, she is thrilled to join the Bell Leadership Team to deliver world-class seminars in the areas of leadership, communication, peak performance, teambuilding, and selection.
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