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Wendy Rothman, business entrepreneur and organizational psychologist, is a renowned and sought after professional with a focus on developing human capital.
With a background that combines successful entrepreneurship with advanced training in psychology, she brings unique breadth and perspective to the work of performance management. Combining measurement rigor with real world business success, Wendy is a practical and inspiring advisor to executives at all levels.
Her academic training combines a PhD in Psychometrics (the scientific discipline of testing and measuring human characteristics) with a Masters in Organizational Behavior.
In and out of college by the age of 19, Wendy began her career in the corporate world as a marketing representative with the IBM Corporation in New York City. After 3 years of outstanding sales achievement, she moved to the Itel Corporation in San Francisco, a diversified transportation and logistics company.
Within a few years, Wendy decided to utilize that sales and marketing skill as an entrepreneur. While completing her post graduate studies, she went on to build and grow 4 businesses in the discipline of managing and developing Human Capital - the largest of which grew to over $110 million in revenues. This experience grounded her academic training with real world understanding of the issues and choices facing executives in general and executive women in particular.
Since 2001 she has been the President of Wenroth Consulting, Psychology at Work – a consortium of business psychologists specializing in leadership development, executive assessment & performance coaching as well as career transition counseling.
Today, Wendy is an elected member of The Committee of 200, an organization for pre-eminent women Presidents and CEOs. She is a published author, speaker, broadcaster, and recognized expert in maximizing human behavior at work.
Wendy has presented an unprecedented 16 times at the Harvard MBA Alumni program. She is a frequent guest speaker at The Stern School of Business at NYU, the S.C. Johnson School of Business at Cornell, and the Columbia Business School where she also helped inaugurate an alumni e-newsletter with an online career advice column. She is a frequent guest on broadcasts related to career management, including Cox Radio and CNBC. She has been quoted in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Business Week, Smart Money Magazine, CIO Magazine, and Newsday.
Rothman was Co-chair of the New York Employment Roundtable for four years. She was one of the original Five O’Clock Club consultants – an international career management firm, and she is primary contributing author to four best-selling career-management books including Finding Jobs That Don’t Exist in Companies You’ve Never Heard Of. She is an adjunct professor of leadership development & career management for Farleigh Dickinson’s Executive MBA in Health Care.
Wendy is a native New Yorker, where she lives with her wonderful husband and her two spectacular sons.
Like Wendy herself, Wenroth’s programs are extremely original, inspiring, and highly effective with concrete behavioral outcomes that have significant and lasting personal and professional impact.