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Patty Kubus helps executives select and develop their leaders to improve engagement and productivity in their organizations. She has worked with Fortune 100 companies in the financial series, aerospace, manufacturing, and pharmaceutical industries as well as in healthcare, academia and other non-profits. Typical projects include: cultural transformation, executive assessment for development or selection, competency modeling, executive and leader coaching, leadership development, group facilitation, strategic planning facilitation, succession management, and executive retreats.
Patty's previous leadership positions include a role as VP and Principal Consultant for leadership and talent management with a global human capital consulting firm, where she served as a thought leader, business developer and executive consultant. She led a team of sales consultants for GlaxoSmithKline pharmaceutical company and a large team of critical care nurses at the University of Rochester Medical Center. Also, as an assistant professor of management, she managed the human resource management curriculum at Keystone College in Pennsylvania, where she taught several HR, leadership, and business courses.
Her educational background includes a Doctorate in Human Development and Instructional Leadership from Marywood University. Her dissertation research (2001) is titled: An Investigation of the Relationship between a Constructive Organizational Culture and Transformational Leadership. She also holds an MBA from Boston College and a BS in Nursing from St. Mary’s College of Notre Dame.
Patty authored Lead! Becoming an Effective Coach and Mentor to your Nursing Staff published in October 2010 by HCPro, available on Amazon.
She is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives. Patty currently serves as a Regional Board Director of the United Health Care Children’s Foundation and as a mentor in the Catholic Charities Leadership class since its inception in 2011 and as a mentor at Cristo Rey for a high school freshman.