Herb Stevenson, MA Organizational Psychology is CEO/Founder of the Cleveland Consulting Group, Inc.. He has 35 years of experience in gestalt based global consulting. His clients range from $25 million family owned business to multi-billion dollar global organizations. He has worked in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. His practice involves individual and team coaching for executives and C-suite officers as well as large scale change in international schools. He has developed executive development training programs for the federal government and global corporations. His clients include Exterran, Kentz (ireland), SNC-Lavalin, (Canadian) Orascom Construction (Eygpt/USA), Pepperl + Fuchs (Germany) , AISR (Netherlands) E-Trade, First Merit Bank, National Cooperative Bank, the World Bank, Fannie Mae, Defense Intelligence Agency, NASA, Vitamix, Seaman Corp.
He was program chair for the Gestalt OSD Becoming an Effective Intervener. Presently, he teaches Coaching at the point of contact at GIC based on his model. He is a Certified Professional Coach, Certified Executive Coach, and Certified Diversity Professional. He has published several gestalt coaching and consulting articles in the OD Practitioner, Gestalt Review and the Cleveland Consulting Group Newsletter. Herb is a member of the Organization Development Network (ODN), the International Coaching Federation (ICF), Society for Organizational Learning (SOL), and the Academy of Management.
Herb is the founder of Natural Passages, a nature based personal and professional development program for men. It is an intensive sixteen-day program spread over 1 year in 4 day increments. The program re-initiates natural passages men need to complete to find a balanced and centered life in an ever chaotic world
Specialties: Executive Development, Executive Coaching, Succession Planning, Whole/Large Scale Change, Diversity Management