Human Capital Solutions – Clients

Yael has provided human capital solutions to business executives and their virtual teams to improve their core leadership dimensions or capabilities that drive stronger business performance. Her groundbreaking work in global leadership development, virtual team management and cross cultural communications has impacted global institutions, emerging markets and virtual teams.

Below is a visual representation of selected clients followed by a complete client list.
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Business Clients Portfolio

See renowned expert management consultant Yael Zofi’s complete Client List across a multitude of industries.

Industry

Clients

 
Banking/ FinancialAmerican General
Bank of New York
Chase Manhattan Bank
Citi Bank
Credit Suisse
Deutsche Bank
Goldman Sachs
HSBC Bank
J.P. Morgan Chase
M&T Bank
Macquarie
MasterCard
Natixis
National Union
Reval
RiskMetrics
Scudder Kemper
Société Générale
Zurich Group
Consumer ProductsBose
Canon
General Electric
Pepsi Cola
Procter & Gamble
EnergyBASF
Con Edison
Spectra Energy
GovernmentUSA Networks
US Dept. of Agriculture (USDA)
US Gov’t Office of Pers. Mgt.
US Gov't Office of Accountability
US Navy
Veterans Administration
Healthcare/ PharmaAbbott Laboratories
Animal & Plant Health Insp Svc.
Becton Dickinson
CareFusion
CIGNA US Healthcare
Elscint Medical Imaging
Himont
Pfizer
Pharmacia
Philips Medical
St. Peters Medical Center
Warner-Lambert (Now Pfizer)
Information Technology/ ITChipcom (3Com)
eBay
Excite Technologies
LivePerson
PayPal
Insurance/ LegalChubb
Clifford Chance
Crum & Forster
Fenwick & West
Marsh & McLennan
MetLife
NY Life
Reliance National
State Street

Management Consulting
Cut'e enAC
Global Dynamics (GDI)
Insala
Oliver Wyman Group
Parexel
Performance Programs
Virtual Teams Roundtable
Management EducationAmerican Management (AMA)
Canadian Mgt. Center
Charter Schools
Direct Marketing Assn. (DMA)
Embassy CES
Foundation for Acctg. Ed. (FAE)
Inst. of Mgt. Accts. (IMA)
Int’l Assoc. of Facilitators (IAF)
Int’l Leaderhip Assn. (ILA)
Int'l OD Network (IODA)
Next Gen CPAs
NY Society of CPAs
NY University (NYU)
NYU Polytechnic Inst.
NYU Stern Business School
Professional Dev’t Lab
Project Mgt. Institute (PMI)
Young CPA Network
Manufacturing/ AutoFluidmaster
Ford Motors Company
General Motors
GM Heavy Truck Division
HC Info
Ken’s Marine Service Ship to Shore
SouthCo
Volvo
MediaCPXi Media
Hearst Magazines
Home Shopping Network
Hotwire
IAC Interactive
NJ Public Radio
NY Public Radio
NY Times (NYT)
NPD Group (Media)
Star Media
Ticketmaster
Viacom (MTV Networks)
WNYC AM
WNYC FM
WQXR FM
World Trade Week NYC
NonprofitAARP
ASTD / ATD
Bierd Community Center
Brooklyn Museum
DialAmerica
Eurasia Foundation
Human Resources (HRNY)
HR.com
JCC of West Orange
Jerome L. Greene Perf Space
Junior Achievement
Masada
Merrick JCC
Nat’l Academy of Elder Law
NY Blood Center
OD Network (ODN)
Save the Children Foundation
Science Industry & Business Library
Society of HR Mgt. (SHRM)
Union for Reformed Judaism (URJ)
ZOA
RetailAvon
Armando’s
Coach Watches
ESQ Movado
Movado Group
Saks Fifth Avenue
Saks off Fifth
Tommy Hilfiger Watches
TelecommunicationsAmdocs
AT&T
Coriant
Dynetrix (now Nortel)
ExteNet Systems
Nokia
Philips Electronics

Client Services

  • Setup virtual teams
  • Coach global leaders
  • Facilitate team retreats
  • Present at corporate events
  • Conduct executive assessments
  • Prepare for cultural transitions
  • Train virtual team management topics
  • Design team building & leadership offsites
  • Teach intercultural communication skills
  • Execute leadership strategy practices, including talent & performance reviews
  • Implement change management

Client Feedback


  • We asked Yael and her team to conduct a thorough analysis of our global communication and cross-cultural connection challenges given our pace of growth. Their analysis and final report was extremely More
    well done, creatively prepared, and immediately ready for distribution. It was also filled with practical suggestions and follow-up approaches that gave us ample opportunity to drive change.

  • I had the opportunity to attend one of Yael’s workshops on virtual teams. Yael facilitated an entertaining, informative, and highly experiential workshop that expanded attendees’ knowledge of More
    a critical and increasingly common dilemma faced by leadership today: how do we energize, support and collaborate within virtual teams? Yael combined several handouts, interactive discussion, and different media platforms to keep us engaged, all during an ever-challenging late afternoon slot. I felt a renewed sense of curiosity and enthusiasm after the presentation, and was able to share some of what I learned with both my class and peers within my organization after returning back to Maine. Yael is a great mentor within this field, and I look forward to working with her more in the future.

  • Yael is very adept at energizing a group of people, at the end of a full day of meetings, and helping them consider ways of creating greater value with their teams. The discussions highlighted that while there are terrific More
    tools, which help bridge communications across virtual teams, engaging with colleagues in an authentic and clear purpose remains at the core of communications.

  • Yael Zofi is one of, if not the best, folks in the business. She brings years of expertise and really teaches you on the finer points of managing. She is so very nice and share personal stories which really make you feel More
    comfortable sharing your own and working through problems. Many of my teammates also mentioned how terrific Yael and the class was. I would definitely recommend this program to my colleagues, especially if they can sit in with Yael.

  • Yael coached me on two separate times in the area of professional development, principally focused on Virtual Team management. Yael provides key actionable recommendations that when internalized and processed allowed me to More
    greatly enhance the engagement of the international teams I am a part of and lead. Our discussions and her guidance provide the insight which allowed me to place a more appropriate emphasis on the means of soliciting feedback. I realized the importance of treating those I should get constructive feedback from as “customers”. Doing so is helping me frame my discussions and non-verbal aspects of meetings in a way that puts more emphasis and value on “them” and less on the process or me. The results: More effective feedback, more constructive input and higher engagement from everyone involved.

  • Yael has an objective style of delivery, her communication is very clear – she touches on the emotional dimension of management which is sometimes overlooked. It was a joy to attend Yael session. She provided clear direction, removed More
    roadblocks and enabled the attendees to focus and internalize the key concepts on the topic. She has built-in exercises in her sessions to assure that the teams have processed the information well. She is well prepared on the material that she presents, and has a team covering and supporting her in the event very well.

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