Stacey Philpot, Psy.D.
For over twenty years, Dr. Stacey Philpot has advised some of the world’s most admired companies on how to use leadership development to accelerate growth and increase their competitive advantage. Her work has helped companies such as Apple, Bristol Myers Squibb, Ernst & Young, Exelon, General Mills, Harley Davidson, Johnson & Johnson, JPMorgan Chase, Mass Mutual, Nike, PayPal, and Time Warner more effectively navigate disruption, lead large transformations, and inspire culture change.
Stacey has personally coached CEOs of Fortune 500 companies on how to develop their executive committees, manage complex board dynamics and prepare their successors. Her work as a coach combines her practice as a licensed psychologist and her own experience as an executive. Previously, Stacey was the head of Deloitte’s Leadership practice where she guided the firm’s work with clients on matters of succession, talent assessment, leadership development, and inclusion. While there she increased revenue for her practice over 250% and tripled the size of her organization in under three years. Prior to Deloitte, Stacey worked as Managing Partner for a high growth boutique consultancy where she was responsible for setting the firm’s strategy and market positioning.
Stacey is a regular speaker at conferences and executive retreats on how companies can navigate the political aspects of succession planning and more accurately identify high performing leaders to improve inclusion. She is the author of several articles, including: “A Data-Driven Approach to Identifying Future Leaders” (MIT Sloan Management Review), “Transition Support Best Practices” (The Pfeiffer Annual Leadership Development series), and “Transforming Teams: A Personal and Team Development Approach” (Developing High-Performance Work Teams).
Stacey graduated Summa Cum Laude with a degree in psychology from Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, and received her doctorate in Organizational Psychology from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Her doctoral research explored how early family experiences influence women’s career expectations and selection of work roles. Stacey lived and studied in both London, England and Osaka, Japan.
Originally from California, Stacey now resides in Haddonfield, New Jersey with her two children and a very friendly retriever.