For more than 35 years, Morgan has been partnering with executives to build businesses and enhance leadership performance. He offers a pragmatic blend of senior-level operating experience and leadership behavior expertise, having personally worked with thousands of executives in hundreds of companies. Clients have included Goldman Sachs, Cognizant, Applebee’s, Comcast, and a significant number of small and mid-sized organizations.
In 2001, Morgan founded Cor Business, a leadership consulting and coaching firm focused on CEO and executive coaching, talent management, and change leadership. His prior five years were in executive search, as a Senior Partner at Heidrick & Struggles and as the Founder and Managing Partner of the New York office of Christian & Timbers. Previously, he held consulting and leadership roles at Andersen Consulting (now Accenture) and at Mercuri Urval, a European-based consulting firm specializing in executive assessment, coaching, and talent management.
During his career, Morgan has held general management positions and also served as the Vice President of Executive Development for a leading healthcare firm. In addition, he enjoyed eight years in the advertising business, managing Procter & Gamble accounts for Saatchi & Saatchi and as Vice President, Human Resources for another major international agency.
Morgan graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with B.S and M.S. degrees in Management Engineering. He is married and lives in Stamford, Connecticut, and has five children spread across the country working in education, healthcare and wellness, and media.
Julie is an accomplished business leader and certified executive coach who has consistently been recognized for her results as an operations leader, human resources executive, and business advisor. Since joining Cor Business in 2004, she has coached a wide variety of executives in both line management and corporate staff functions at clients such as AEA Investors, Avaya, AXA, Cognizant, McGraw-Hill Education, Prudential, and Telcordia/Ericsson.
Prior to Cor Business, Julie spent five years at IBM, where she held a variety of human resource leadership positions. In her last role, Julie managed a large team of HR business partners within IBM Global Services, providing support to 12,000 people in a $4 billion business. In this position, she partnered with senior executives to ensure effective talent management, leadership performance, succession planning, executive and employee compensation, and all other aspects of human resource management.
Previously, Julie was the North America Talent Manager for IBM's $11 billion Sales and Distribution business unit. In this position, she led the unit's efforts in talent strategy, talent acquisition, employee and management development, diversity programs, and labor cost management. When Julie first joined IBM, she was part of the Global Services Commercial Alliances division, where she led the HR transition for IBM's largest global account at the time.
Julie originally came to IBM through the acquisition of Technology Services Solutions Corporation, a joint venture between Kodak and IBM, where she held a progression of HR generalist roles. Julie started her career in a general management role as she managed a Thrifty Car Rental franchise where she tripled the size of the operation.
Originally from North Carolina, Julie received her BS degree from Appalachian State University. Throughout her career, she has been extremely active in professional and personal development activities, and also served as a facilitator and coach for a large non-profit educational organization for five years.