Korn Ferry
Janet Feldman

Janet Feldman

Senior Client Partner, CEO Succession Practice

Minneapolis

Janet Feldman is an accomplished senior executive, leadership consultant and thought leader, specializing in the development of top teams, enterprise leaders and their next generation successors. A member of the CEO Succession Practice, Ms. Feldman is a co-developer of Korn Ferry’s Chief Executive Institute, Executive to Leader Institute, Top Team Effectiveness and LeaderSuccession solutions.

As an executive consultant and coach, former licensed psychologist and certified public accountant, Ms. Feldman brings over three decades of broad business experience and acumen, lending insight and clarity to complex leadership issues. She has earned a reputation for helping individuals and organizations get to the heart of the matter quickly and thus focus on meaningful value creation, impact, and return on investment.

Ms. Feldman has diverse consulting and coaching experience with senior executives from more than forty five countries worldwide. Her clients span the Fortune 50 to Global Fortune 500 in a wide array of industries including pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, health care, consumer, entertainment, financial services, agribusiness and diversified industries.

With a solid track record in thought leadership and the creation of leadership and talent development solutions, Ms. Feldman is a key contributor to the development of several firm-wide solutions.

Ms. Feldman holds a master's degree in human development/education from Saint Mary's University of Minnesota, and a bachelor's degree in accounting from the University of Minnesota. She also received formal Coaches' Training through the New Ventures West Coaching to Excellence program and was a Minnesota State Licensed Psychologist for over two decades.

Additionally, Ms. Feldman has served on boards of directors for professional and community organizations, and as a partner in an entrepreneurial philanthropic venture aimed at improving the educational impact for at-risk youth.

 

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