As an adviser and thinking partner to “C‐suite” executives, high‐potential leaders and their teams, Emmy Miller steers clients through leadership challenges and complex business issues as they drive toward greater organizational success and personal influence. Together, they tackle issues that range from senior team effectiveness, succession, and Board management to preparing a company for an IPO and leading global virtual teams. With over 30 years of experience in strategic planning, change and transition management, leadership development, executive coaching, and organizational effectiveness, Ms. Miller understands the issues senior executives face daily and is skilled in the tools and solutions that facilitate transformation and create desired outcomes. Her work focuses on achieving tangible business results and creating lasting impact in her clients’ organizations.
Emmy’s clients represent leading global organizations in in North America, Asia and Europe encompassing diverse industries including: ARAMARK, AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals, Bristol Myers Squibb, Case IH, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Colgate‐Palmolive, GlaxoSmithKline, IMF, Lincoln Financial Group, M&T Bank, Morgan Stanley, The Neat Company, Northwestern Mutual, Pfizer, Inc., Quaker Chemical Corp., Radian, Rockwell Automation, Sanofi, SEI Corporation, Shire, Solstice Neurosciences, Inc., Standard and Poor’s, Sunoco, Inc., Teva Pharmaceuticals, University of Pennsylvania Health Systems, The World Bank and Wyeth.
Emmy currently serves on the Board of Bala Consulting Engineers, a large, local engineering company with offices in the Greater Philadelphia Area, New York City, and Boston. She has served on the Board for many years, and in that position, she has participated in the growth of Bala, organically and through acquisition. Emmy also served on the Board of Directors and the Finance Committee for the Broad Street Ministry.
Emmy has served an active advisor to real estate developer Kravco and its former top executives.
Emmy has worked with and advised various Board Members and C‐Suite executives in how to function more efficiently and effectively.
In recognition of her many career achievements, Emmy has been selected by the Pennsylvania Commission for Women as a member of the “Pennsylvania Honor Roll of Women.” Emmy began her career at Penn Mutual Life Insurance, later moving on to Colonial Penn Life Insurance Company, where she managed direct mail marketing for a key product, had P&L accountability for $25 million budget, and headed the organizational effectiveness internal consulting group. In 1980, Emmy founded her own consulting firm 31 years ago to focus on organization development and change management. As she engaged with clients to uncover and solve their business dilemmas, she began to specialize in issues of leadership. She now works exclusively with senior leaders to improve their personal effectiveness and that of their teams and organizations.
Emmy is certified to administer multiple assessment tools and interventions including Myers‐Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®), Hogan Assessment, Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation‐Behavior (Firo‐ B) and Benchmarks from the Center for Creative Leadership. She has used 20/20 Insight, Denison 360, Life Styles Inventory (LSI), the Personality Profiler, and the Thomas‐Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI). She was trained in Future Search methodology by its creators and has led several search conferences. Emmy is a member of the first graduation class to receive Advanced Certificate in Corporate Governance, Drexel’s LeBow School. Emmy earned a B.S. in Mathematics with a minor in Physics from Arcadia University.