Nicholas A. Clements is an accomplished human capital, learning, and organizational effectiveness scholar-practitioner. He has significant experience as a strategy and management consultant and has helped a variety of large, complex, public- and private-sector clients overcome a diverse array of leadership and organizational challenges.
He has spearheaded a range of full-lifecycle initiatives, including workforce analysis; strategy development and execution; talent management and succession planning; workforce engagement; and learning and leadership development design, programming, and evaluation. Nicholas previously led the global leadership development function for an international hospitality organization of approximately 500,000 worldwide team members. He is a sought-after subject matter expert, facilitator, and speaker who routinely contributes to thought leadership in the field.
Nicholas holds an MBA with a concentration in organization and human resource development from the University of Mary Washington, a terminal EdS degree in educational leadership and administration from George Washington University, and is completing an EdD (ABD) in organizational leadership studies at Northeastern University. He holds a Change Management Advanced Practitioner (CMAP) certificate from Georgetown University and is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources®.
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