Jeff Grimshaw

Jeff is an expert on accountability, alignment, and leadership effectiveness. Over two decades, he’s helped hundreds of executives deliver the results on which they’ve staked their reputations. His clients include senior leaders in dozens of Fortune 1000 firms.
In March 2010, McGraw-Hill published Jeff’s book, Leadership without Excuses: How to Create Accountability and High Performance (Instead of Just Talking about It), now in second printing.

Jeff has also published articles in Chief Executive Magazine, Chief Learning Officer, Conference Board Review, Strategy and Leadership, Strategic Communication Management, and other journals. He has been profiled as a thought leader in Management Consulting International and The Journal of Employee Communication Management. Additionally, Jeff has provided expert insights on Fox News and numerous radio programs.

Jeff co-founded and chairs the board of Paul’s Kids Vietnam Children’s Charity.

Tanya Mann

Tanya helps clients lead change, drawing on her expertise in employee engagement, leadership development, and organizational accountability.
Many of her clients are senior executives at complex organizations who have staked their reputations on their ability to drive a high-stakes initiative or deliver other results. She has a consistent track record of helping her clients address their immediate needs—while leaving behind stronger teams, greatly improved communication processes, and increased change leadership capability. Specific clients include Yale University, Merrill Lynch, Merck, Kaiser Permanente, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, KPMG, University of Mississippi Medical Center, Qualcomm, and many others.

Drawing on her experience and expertise helping leaders create brand alignment, Tanya co-authored the employee alignment and engagement chapter for the graduate school text Reputation Management (second edition). She has also co-authored articles for 1to1 Media (here and here) on creating alignment and accountability.

She earned her M.A. in Interpersonal Communication and B.S. in Communication Studies at the University of Texas at Austin.

Mare Rosenbaum
Mare Rosenbaum is a change management practitioner with a specialty in transition and intercultural communication. For the past 10 years she has consulted with Fortune 50-500 companies coaching their global executives through personal transition which includes repairing derailed relocations, and transforming resistance to change.

As an entrepreneur, she pioneered a new business model to address the human side of relocation, and authored original methodology. Her method was honed and tested while living in Brazil where she consulted at a private American school consisting of students from 30 countries. Prior to living in Brazil she was editor of a regional magazine adding storytelling to her repertoire.

Having a fine art and design background, Mare brings a unique sensitivity to imagery and symbols as tools of communication. She currently serves as an adviser to Independent Television Services on their Indie Lens Pop-Up program that brings award-winning PBS documentaries to the community to “start the conversation” on tough issues. Additionally, she serves on the Community Advisory Board of Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She has two children and lives on the Main Line.