Julie P. Kantor, Ph.D.

Julie Kantor has worked as an executive coach and management consultant for over two decades. Her business experience, psychological training and system analysis catalyzes individual and organizational change.

Julie works with a wide range of clients including small limited partnerships, family businesses, professional service firms and Fortune 500 companies. From big picture strategy to daily functioning, she is the executive’s ultimate resource.

She supports her clients in creating efficient, profitable and trusting organizational cultures. Given the critical role of senior leaders in an organization, Julie works with top teams to simultaneously maximize individual members’ effectiveness and the overall team dynamics. With her guidance, clients articulate clear communication programs, refine roles and responsibilities and enhance processes. Her engagements range from leaders transitioning to higher levels; to executives building highly functioning teams; to individuals in need of improving problematic performance. Julie also partners with managers as they strive to help their direct reports turn around challenging individuals and situations.

She has authored and lead over 40 seminars on performance management, leadership, communication, diversity and harassment and has consulted with Columbia University on two class-action suits related to diversity and women’s leadership. She has since utilized that expertise to help companies maximize their ability to celebrate differences, build diverse leadership teams and drive results. Julie facilitates roundtables exploring innovative ways to build diverse and inclusive workforces.

Julie is a regular contributor to Forbes on leadership, coaching and employee engagement. The Wall Street Journal has also sought her expertise.

She is a member of the American Psychological Association, The American Society for Training and Development, HR People & Strategy, National Association of Professional Women, Women in Cable Television, NY Women in Communication, and Phi Beta Kappa.