Chuck is an executive coach and organizational development consultant. He has developed a reputation as a trusted advisor and catalyst who helps clients to explore tough questions and take practical steps to achieve their goals. Chuck is also an Adjunct Professor at the Jack Welch School of Business at Sacred Heart University in Connecticut where he teaches leadership in the MBA program.
Chuck has over 20 years of experience in training, human resource development and human resource executive management. He most recently held the role of senior director, Leadership Development at The McGraw-Hill Companies. There he was responsible for the assessment and development of the senior-level leadership population. His objective was to ensure that there was a strong stream of future talent that was capable of generating market leading performance under all competitive and economic conditions. He also led several major enterprise-wide leadership and organizational initiatives such as developing a six sigma function, enhancing performance management and accelerating the organization’s digital capabilities/culture in order to meet emerging market challenges.
Prior to McGraw-Hill Chuck directed the global leadership development programs and 3600 executive assessment process for Pitney Bowes, a global provider of advanced mail, messaging and logistics management services. He has held senior positions at the National Broadcasting Company, Preferred Health Care and SCM Corporation.
Chuck received his bachelors degree from Holy Cross College and his masters degree from Columbia University. He is a member of numerous professional groups including the National and New York Human Resource Planning Societies, New Talent and Development Network and the New York Coaching Coalition. He sits on the advisory boards of Executive Development Associates, a consulting firm and thought leader in area of executive talent development and the Kent State University Knowledge Management program. Chuck is a co-executive director of the Talent and Leadership Development Network run by Executive Networks, one of the largest organizers of communities of practice among HR practitioners.
He has a variety of personal interests including Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, a fraternal service organization that supports civic advocacy, education, youth and family development in underserved communities that counts Dr. Martin Luther King, Thurgood Marshall, Andrew Young, Paul Robeson, Jesse Owens, Duke Ellington and Lionel Hampton and many other notable leaders as its members. He volunteers as an executive coach for the Save the Children charity. Chuck is an avid tennis player, golfer and ballroom dancer. He enjoys travel, cuisines and music of all types.