Nicole has dedicated the last 17 years to helping companies reduce their hiring costs by avoiding bad hires. She uses evidence-based psychological assessment tools, coupled with her keen people insight, to identify top-tier talent that has helped her clients prosper.
In recent years, her focus has been on helping clients develop effective people strategies and implement practices that enable organizations to embrace a talent mindset and realize its benefits. Her passion lies in helping executives to prepare for greater leadership responsibilities and to adapt to changing business environments.
She has consulted in various areas including talent acquisition assessments, executive development coaching, succession planning, and talent management.
Nicole is an adjunct faculty member at Washington University in St. Louis, where she teaches undergraduate psychology courses, as well as Master’s-level Human Resources Management classes.
She has an M.A. and a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from St. Louis University and a B.S. in Psychology from Southern Methodist University.
Leadership Traits She’s Keen On: Learning agility, strategic thinking, executive presence, driving results through others, and high performance versus high potential
A Little Trivia About Nicole: She enjoys running, reading, and fun family trips.