Ted teaches management and leadership at Duke’s masters of management for engineering program, a program ranked #5 in the world. He also teaches ethics in Duke’s highly-ranked MBA program.
Ted has forty years of experience building high-performing teams in top-tier organizations.
Chief Learning Officer
Executive coach, leadership and management development, organization structure, world-class ethics.
His clients have included Accenture, American Museum of Natural History, Bank of America, Central Park Conservancy, Deutsche Back, The Federal Reserve bank of New York, GE, JP Morgan Chase, Mastercard, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, The New York Times, PepsiCo and the U.S. State Department.
Ted has served as the governance and/or strategy committee chair of the boards of the Episcopal Church Foundation, Hollow Rock Racquet and Swim Club, and the Rick Herrema Foundation, a non-profit near Fort Bragg in NC, serving military families. Ted has also worked with US Special Operations Forces officers teaching on ethical leadership, coaching, and executive and organizational development.
Ted earned a B.A., High Honors, at Wheaton College (Ill.) in Philosophy and Anthropology; a Master of Divinity, at Princeton Theological Seminary, with a focus on Counseling and Developmental Psychology; a Ph.D. at Columbia University, in Clinical, Vocational and Organizational Psychology; and did Ph.D. studies at Princeton University, in Ethics, Personality, Society & Culture.
Ted’s Seminars, Master Classes, Coaching & Consulting
- Master Class: High Performance Hiring (Select for Success)
- Master Class: Choose to Become A High Performing First-Time Manager
- Master Class: Building an Ethical Organization
- Seminar: Performance Management
- Seminar: Your Ethics at Work
- Seminar: Time Management
- Executive Coaching
- Organizational Consulting