Alesia Latson

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Alesia Latson has been studying and practicing the art and science of leadership and organizational development for over 19 years. She has held management and organizational development roles in large financial services organizations, healthcare, and government. Through expert facilitation and personal coaching, Ms. Latson has worked with hundreds of leaders at all levels to expand their management and leadership effectiveness.

Ms. Latson is well known for her exceptional skills as a facilitator and coach. Ms. Latson’s client list includes, EMC, Fidelity Investments, McDonald’s, GE, Teradyne, Bright Horizons, Marriott, Pfizer. and Blue Cross Blue Shield.

Ms. Latson received her MA in Training and Development from Lesley University and her BA. in psychology from the University of Illinois. She is formerly an adjunct faculty member of Lesley University and Bentley College. Ms. Latson is a frequently guest speaker at Babson Executive Education, MIT Sloan School of Business and the University of Michigan’s Ross Business School.

She is the co-author More Time for You – A Powerful System for Organizing Your Work and Get Things Done.

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