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Brodie Riordan

Brodie Riordan is an industrial psychologist, leadership coach, feedback enthusiast, and author. Her career has included global leadership roles in talent and learning & development with Procter & Gamble, Corporate Executive Board (CEB), and McKinsey & Company, where she co-led Partner Learning and led learning and development for Senior Partners, globally. Brodie is a Georgetown-trained, ICF-certified leadership coach with additional training in positive psychology, well-being, and several psychological and leadership assessments. She has extensive experiencing coaching both virtually and in-person, across five continents, with clients ranging from McKinsey BAs to private sector C-suite and Federal Government SES level leaders. She is on a personal mission to change the way people think about feedback, and encourage them to embrace it at least 10% more (or hate it 10% less…). Her latest book, Feedback Fundamentals and Evidence-Based Best Practices distills findings from decades of research into actionable, approachable tools for work and life. In addition to managing her own practice, Ocular LLC, Brodie teaches part time in Georgetown University's HR Master’s program and the MBA program at the Robert H Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. Brodie has published over 2 dozen journal articles, books, and book chapters on coaching, feedback, and leadership. Brodie has a MA and PhD in Industrial/Organizational (I/O) Psychology from the University of Akron and a BA in psychology from Washington and Lee University. Brodie lives in Washington, DC. She has volunteered for 6 years with and is on the board of Back on My Feet DC, which helps individuals experiencing homelessness reinvent their lives through running. 

Brodie's Harnisch Grant summary: Employee Coaching Relationships: Enhancing Construct Clarity and Measurement 2010

IOC Resources by Brodie Riordan