Tim Donahue

 

Tim Donahue is an organizational effectiveness consultant who works with executives in Fortune 500 and public sector organizations to develop and deliver programs to drive business performance. Tim’s area of concentration is talent readiness, designing and delivering executive and leadership development programs and coaching. Tim has worked in both internal Human Resources and Learning roles as well as client-facing consultant roles. He is a former business journalist who has written about workforce topics. Tim can be reached at timothydonahue@hotmail.com.

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 Tim Donahue is an organizational effectiveness consultant who has worked with executives in Fortune 500 and public sector organizations to develop and deliver programs to drive business performance. Tim’s area of concentration is as follows:

  • Developing Talent Readiness strategies
  • Building executive and leadership bench strength
  • Designing and delivering customized executive and leadership development programs
  • Coaching
  • Transforming organizations through strategic and cultural alignment
  • Helping organizations increase the strategic impact of Human Resources
Tim is a Senior Consultant with Discussion Partner Collaborative and most recently was an Engagement Director/Consultant with nGenera (formerly The Concours Group). Previously, Tim was the Director of Talent Development for Thomson Learning, a $2 billion global company of the Thomson Corporation. In that role, he provided process leadership and guidance to Thomson Learning business units. He was responsible for managing a broad range of initiatives aimed at driving business performance by building individual competencies and organizational capabilities. 

Prior to Thomson Learning, Tim was with PricewaterhouseCoopers and the human resources consulting arm of Mellon Financial subsequent to its acquisition of PwC’s Human Capital consultancy in 2002. During his tenure, he partnered with Fortune 500 and public sector clients on human capital initiatives focused on restructuring, outsourcing, and Human Resources business processes.

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