Dr. Bart Wendell is a management consultant offering services to businesses, educational institutions, and not-for-profits. Working with individuals and organizations for over 30 years on leadership and management issues, Bart has provided strategic planning, facilitation, leadership development and advising, management team building, and organizational assessment and development to a broad array of organizations, including Fortune 100 companies.
Through his years of in-depth, hands-on work with organizations and their leaders, Bart has developed a specialized expertise working with CEOs, boards, partnerships, and family firms facilitating transitions during times of organizational uncertainty, upheaval, conflict, and financial instability. Bart has been instrumental in guiding boards and management through complex restructuring programs that have helped organizations fulfill missions and compete more effectively.
Bart has worked with executives and senior management of Fortune 100 and other public companies, privately held firms, government agencies, academic institutions, healthcare organizations, and other not-for-profits. His clients have included Fidelity Investments, Massachusetts General Hospital, Johnson & Johnson, Liberty Mutual, Mitre, Millipore, The First Years, The Ford Foundation, PBS, NPR, WGBH, the United States Air Force Academy, The Armenian Assembly of America, and NESCAUM (Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management).
In addition to his consulting practice, Bart has served on the adjunct faculty of the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology and as a seminar leader at Harvard Business Schools Advanced Management Program. He has made guest appearances on CNBC Televisions On the Job and WNBCs nationally syndicated show, Small Business Report.
He serves on the boards of John Norman, Inc. a service-oriented retailer, the Francis W. Parker Charter Essential School and The International Enneagram Association. He is editor of Nine Points, the IEA Bulletin.
Bart received his B.A. and M.A.T. from Wesleyan University and his Ph.D. in Psychology and Organizational Development from Duke University. He holds a Licensure in Psychology in Massachusetts.