Mitchell works with clients to understand pivotal business and leadership levers that will most effectively advance business outcomes.
For over 20 years, Mitch has worked with numerous Fortune 100/500 organizations in helping them evolve their human capital and talent management practices. His industry experience spans segments including Oil & Gas, Construction, Telecommunications, Manufacturing, Technology, Healthcare, and Retail Services.
Mitch has deep executive consulting experience and has worked with hundreds of leadership teams across numerous industries. His experience includes executive and managerial assessment, succession and performance management, high impact leadership development and feedback programs, engagement survey strategies, and advanced statistical modeling as well as development and implementation of insights that drive workforce engagement while optimizing business and operational excellence for his clients. Mitchell regularly shares pioneering research at national conferences including the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology and the International Personnel Assessment Council where he offers best practices to advance strategic talent management and employee engagement initiatives and outcomes.
Prior to joining Korn Ferry, Mitch served as a Managing Director of Engagement and Leadership Advisory Services at Gallagher where he led complex client initiatives including executive assessment, employee engagement, executive coaching, assessment centers/leadership academies and succession management. Prior to these experiences, he spent 10 years at Sprint Corporation in Kansas City, leading the Selection and Assessment Strategy team to provide strategy and implementation of all hiring, engagement and leadership initiatives, enterprise-wide.
Mitchell earned his Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, Il. He also earned his M.S. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Memphis and his B.S. in Psychology/Personnel Management from the University of Arizona.