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Susan Alvey

Adjunct Lecturer

Academic Division: Management

Bio

Susan Alvey is an executive coach and expert in organizational and leadership development. She designs and delivers leadership development solutions for corporate clients and works closely with executives to ensure their people strategy supports their business strategy and aligns structures, roles, and incentives to optimize organizational functioning. She is founder of Pemberton Coaching, where she serves as an executive coach. She also coaches in Harvard Business School Executive Education. As the head of organizational learning and development for Harvard Business Publishing from 2001 until 2006, Susan drove the learning and development efforts for this multi-faceted publishing company. She continues to serve as a subject matter expert for HBSP’s eLearning programs on leadership and management development. She also works with HBP corporate clients to develop and deliver on-site management development programs. Susan is certified in the Marshall Goldsmith Partners Coaching Method; Harvard Business School Case Method Teaching; Harvard University Program on Negotiation, Linkage Organizational Development; ODR Change Resilience; Myers Briggs Type Indicator®, Benchmarks®, and Hogan Assessments.

Academic Degrees

  • BA, Smith College
  • DBA, University of Phoenix
  • MBA, Northeastern University

Academic Interests

Leadership Development; Management and Organizational Behavior; Management Training

Courses

Degree Courses 2015-2016
  • MOB 7201: BL1 MANAGING TALENT YOUR OWN AND OTHERS
  • MOB 7201: BLI MANAGING TALENT YOUR OWN AND OTHERS
  • MOB 7201: BOS MANAGING TALENT YOUR OWN AND OTHERS