Nancy Green is a training professional who is passionate about providing professional development that helps people succeed in the workplace and beyond. She has almost 20 years of experience working with Fortune 500 companies across many industries. She believes that most professionals want to meet expectations; they just need the right skills, knowledge, tools, motivation, clear expectations, and supportive environment.
Nancy began her career at Goldman Sachs in New York City and London where she worked as an internal consultant. As such, she helped diagnose performance issues, identify solutions, and work with external providers to fulfill their needs. Upon moving to Atlanta, she joined the consulting firm The Center for Effective Performance (CEP). Sole publisher of industry guru Robert F. Mager’s work, CEP helps clients identify when training is the right solution and, more importantly, when it is not. While there, Nancy had the opportunity to work with clients across the hospitality, retail, security, and pharmaceutical industries.
In 1999, Nancy came to Emory’s Goizueta Business School for her MBA. She wanted to be able to consult with senior management to help get professional development a seat at the strategic table. Upon graduating, Nancy joined past colleagues as a partner in the consulting firm --, inc., which helps its Fortune 100 clients integrate performance improvement initiatives into the organizational fabric and culture. They help define business processes, develop incentive systems, clarify and communicate performance expectations, and develop and implement learning strategies that include on-line, classroom and blended training solutions. They have also worked with several companies to establish corporate universities.
Nancy earned her BA in Psychology from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. In 2005 she served as the Chair of the Awards of Excellence Committee for the International Society for Performance Improvement. Nancy is an accomplished speaker at local, regional, and international conferences.