|Title||Senior Organizational Development Consultant and Coach|
|Education||Ph.D., Trinity Theological Seminary, Evansville, Ind.
M.B.A., Columbia University Graduate School of Business, New York, NY
B.A., Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.
|Inspiration||“Being around people who have a passion for learning. It reminds me to not be content with what I currently know and believe to be true.”|
As senior organizational development consultant and coach, LeRoy Thompson develops and delivers tailored sustainable solutions for clients operating in highly demanding environments, enabling them to improve enterprise performance while protecting employees’ emotional wellbeing. His tenure goes back to 2010, when Greenleaf first partnered with his long-time management consulting firm, Thompson & Associates. Since then, LeRoy has taken on an expanded role in delivering programs and results to Greenleaf clients.
Prior to founding Thompson & Associates in 1983, LeRoy was an associate with McKinsey & Company in their Washington D.C. office, where he led a range of client strategy projects and mastered the consulting firm’s well-known hypothesis approach to solving business challenges. He has served a wide range of government, healthcare, corporate, and non-profit clients.
LeRoy’s business expertise spans organizational development, systems thinking, quantitative and qualitative research, strategic planning, process complexity reduction, change management, leadership development, instructional design, and facilitation and training.
He holds a Master of Business Administration in finance and international business from Columbia University Graduate School of Business in New York City; a Bachelor of Liberal Arts in English and American literature and language from Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass.; and a Ph.D. in Theology from Trinity Theological Seminary in Evansville, Ind. He is an award-winning business author and has been a featured speaker at numerous national and international business conferences.
What inspires LeRoy? “Being around people who have a passion for learning. It reminds me to not be content with what I currently know and believe to be true.”<<Back to Our Team