Cindy Howes Profile
Executive Coach and Organizational Change Consultant
Cindy Howes’s focus is on leading edge thinking in talent development and change management. As a coach, she provides a safe environment to test new behaviors and develop new capabilities. She also excels in program development, creating the key leverage points for strategic change while enhancing her clients’ abilities to move their organizations forward.
Cindy has held leadership and organizational development decision-making roles in several Fortune 500-sized companies over 20 years. She is a Licensed I/O Psychologist with extensive experience coaching both young and experienced leaders to exciting future careers.
To differentiate ourselves in today’s competitive business world we need to know our authentic selves and promote our uniqueness. Cindy has coached high net worth individuals to establish their personal brands and has put together complete packages of integrated brand elements that let their true values shine and speed hiring and promotion.
Millennial Generation Development
The newest generation to enter the workplace has brought distinctive ways of operating. Cindy has created high-potential leadership development and mentoring programs to ensure that they bring their energy and commitment in ways that enhance their value to employers.
We cannot reach the next level with the ways we have done things in the past. To let go of the old and embrace the emerging future takes new approaches and renewed vigor. Cindy has consulted with individuals and organizations to take new directions and innovative approaches to strategic planning and program/product development.
Ethical Effectiveness and Values Based Decision Making
Having researched business programs that promote ethical behavior, Cindy has identified key components of successful programs. She can apply that knowledge and expertise to your business to ensure that your employees are aligned and committed to the highest standards of conduct.
As a consultant, Cindy Howes has applied her 20 years experience at PNC Bank, Exelon (formerly PECO Energy), the Vanguard Group, and AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals to improve the bottom-line performance of key individuals and departments. She has consulted with clients such as ARAMARK, Penske Truck Leasing and Johnson & Johnson. Most recently she has launched Millennial Consultants to intensify her coaching and consulting practice and to partner with other highly skilled coaches and consultants.
While working full-time, Cindy has also been an adjunct faculty member in the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine’s Organizational Development and Leadership Masters program. She regularly teaches graduate courses in Personal and Professional Development and Ethical Effectiveness.
Education and Certifications
Cindy has a Bachelors Degree in Psychology from Bryn Mawr College and a Masters Degree plus advanced graduate work in Psychology from Temple University. She is a Licensed I/O Psychologist in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Cindy works with a number of assessment tools for individuals and organizations including Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Emotional Competency Inventory, Drexler-Sibett Team Performance Inventory, Clifton Strengthsfinder, Reach 360 Branding Tool.,
Lominger’s Leadership Architect and VOICES, Personnel Decisions, Inc.’s Profilor, and Conner Partners’ Personal Resilience Questionnaire.
What Cindy’s Clients Say
“Cindy is a fantastic coach, able to identify others’ greatest strengths.”
“Cindy’s strength is thoughtfully and calmly working through very challenging issues.”
“Cindy is one of the most strategic, inspiring, intelligent and analytical individuals that I have known professionally.”
“Cindy can really see the issue(s), connect the dots and develop solution(s).”
“Cindy has always made time for me to discuss career track, problem solve, or whatever else I may have brought her way. If I went in feeling broken and without any chance of resolution, I left feeling strong and full of new ideas.”
“I experience Cindy as deeply caring, collaborative and creative in the way she supports learners.”