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Pete Elder

Associate Senior Consultant

400 Valley Road, Suite 103
Mt. Arlington, NJ 07856
973-770-7177

“A large part of our work is deeply rooted in the belief that we are all truly powerful.”


As an associate senior consultant with Guttman Development Strategies, Inc., Pete Elder develops and delivers interventions aimed at providing lasting improvements and breakthroughs in the way people view themselves and work with others and in the degree to which they add value and create impact in their organizations and communities. He is deeply committed to developing the vast potential that exists within individuals and teams and brings to his work a strong background in interpersonal effectiveness, along with a great deal of energy and spirit.

The focus of Pete’s work is on developing both greater intra- and inter-team productivity and team leaders themselves. He integrates into his interventions innovative processes, such as outdoor experiential activities, using them as powerful metaphors to identify current and/or desired states of team and leadership effectiveness.

Pete has been involved in the fields of managerial and organization development since 1987. He has worked with teams from the supervisory to the senior-management level, with project teams, and with global teams. He has consulted with a wide range of Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, and non-profit organizations, both within the United States and internationally.

Education

  • Master’s, organizational management, Antioch University
  • Bachelor’s, psychology and theater arts, Susquehanna University

Distinctions

  • Professional affiliations
  • Organization Development Network of New York
  • Continuing professional education
  • The National Training Lab, Wier Lab and Consulting Skills.
  • Rancho Strozzi Institute, Somatic Leadership 
  • The Coaches Training Institute
  • Certifications
  • Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
  • The Insights System
  • The Emotional Competency Inventory (ECI)
  • Speeches
  • "Integrating Experiential Processes in Client Interventions"
  • "Myers-Briggs and Leadership Development"
 
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