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As the President and CEO of Leadership-Link, Dr. Eileen Habelow is focused on improving the performance of teams and team leaders through a fully customized Teams in Motion program, growing leaders through the Leaders in Motion program, and facilitating organizational effectiveness through a combination of custom client services included in Organizations in Motion.
Eileen Habelow brings 30-plus years of diverse experience in organizational effectiveness, learning and development, leadership development, team effectiveness and change management. A strategic people development leader, Eileen is viewed as an effective internal and external consultant and change agent, serving in that capacity to Fortune 100 companies. Eileen has conducted extensive academic research and written critical summaries of the research regarding practices of high performance teams in the areas of team formation, effective decision-making, capitalizing on conflict, communication, and cognitive bias.
Her focus is the practical application of empirical research to drive team and team leader performance.
In past roles, Eileen was the senior leader of Organizational Development for an HR consulting company where she led a team of business leaders through organizational transformation, culture change, business process improvement, and business strategy. Eileen was also a Regional Vice President of Recruitment and Operations for the regions of New England and New York.
Eileen holds a Ph.D. in Education Psychology from Temple University, a Master’s Degree in Instructional Design from Syracuse University and a Bachelor’s in Social Work also from Syracuse University.
Eileen has actively participated in team sports since her youth, including a collegiate field hockey career at Syracuse, where she earned regional All-America status, served as a team captain, and was later inducted in the Syracuse University Women’s Athletics Hall of Fame.