Bill Pullen provides organizational development and executive coaching services to corporations, the federal government and private organizations. His work focuses on developing current and emerging leaders and building leadership capacity within organizations. Some of his past or current clients include Booz Allen Hamilton, Marriot, AOL/Time Warner, Cascade Health Care, Federal General Services Administration, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Canadian Government Fairfax County Public Schools and American Federation of Retried Americans.
Bill is active with the International Coaches Federation assessing candidates for certification. He has served on the faculty of The Coaches Training Institute in San Rafael, Ca. He is a past president of the Metro DC Chapter of the International Coaches Federation and a member of the American Society of Training and Development and the Organization Development Network. He has been featured in The Washington and on NBC news and is a frequent contributor to Men’s Health’s Best Life magazine.
Prior to coaching Bill was Director of National Managed Care Sales for Theraphysics, a subsidiary of Beverly Enterprises. As part of this role he served on an inter-organization committee which was tasked with successfully managing the merger of two subsidiaries of the parent company. He also served as Manager of Rehabilitation Services for Mid Atlantic Medical Services Inc.; a Maryland based managed care company serving the mid-Atlantic region.
Bill is known for his straightforward, insightful approach to helping people and organizations identify behaviors that promote or detract from effective, sustainable organizational change and leader effectiveness. Taking a systems approach, he uses a cycle of assessment, challenge, and support to accelerate development, enhance performance and build leadership skills. Through the use of various 360 assessment instruments he is able to give targeted feedback and help clients create development plans that align with the needs of the organization. His approach reinforces coaching and feedback, by creating a cycle of action and learning that leads to sustained, effective improvement in performance.
Bill has a Master’s in Organizational Development from Johns Hopkins University. He is a graduate of The Coaches Training Institute and certified through the International Coaches Federation. He has received additional training in organizational and systems relationship coaching and multicultural leadership. He has completed the Co-Active Space Leadership Program. He has a B.S Degree from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, Pa.
He is certified to administer and provide feedback on the following 360 assessment tools; The Leadership Circle, Benchmarks, 360 By Design, Executive Dimensions, and Prospector.