Marilyn Paul

Marilyn Paul

Author

Marilyn Paul, Ph.D., co-founder and Principal of Bridgeway Partners, is a workshop facilitator, speaker and coach. She helps individuals, groups and organizations find new perspectives and original solutions to persistent problems. She has a special ability in combining a focus on results with attention to individual growth and team development. Known for her powerful work in helping individuals and organizations get organized and manage their time better, Marilyn brings skills and humor to stuck situations.

Marilyn has worked in the corporate world, school systems, government, faith based organizations and health care. Her international work includes leading a management development program under the auspices of the World Health Foundation and the Israeli Defense Forces in the Gaza Strip. She has also been on the faculties of Colby College, Yale Medical School, Hebrew University School of Public Health, and the Massachusetts General Hospital School for Health Professions.

Before forming Bridgeway Partners, Marilyn was a senior consultant with Innovation Associates and then Arthur D. Little. Earlier in her career she was a senior consultant at Kaleel Jamison Consulting Group – supporting companies in creating high performing diverse organizations – and Workplace Systems – specialists in labor-management relations. She is the author of It’s Hard to Make a Difference When You Can’t Find Your Keys, NY: Penguin Compass, 2004, which has sold 160,000 copies worldwide. Marilyn has a Ph.D. from the Yale School of Organization and Management and an M.B.A. from Cornell. Her work has also appeared in a wide range of media including: National Public Radio – Morning Edition, the Chicago Tribune, the Discovery Channel, Yoga Journal and Publishers Weekly and Canadian National Television.

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Moving from Blame to Accountability

When something goes wrong in an organization, the first question that is often posed is, “Whose fault is it?” When there’s data missing in …

Developing a Multicultural Learning Organization

Effectively managing and benefiting from diversity poses a significant challenge to our organizations. Regardless of a person’s race, gender, or sexual orientation, they do …

The Learning Family: Bringing the Five Disciplines Home

Roger and his wife June had been struggling with differing views about how to bring up their children. Recently, Roger attended a program about …

Pocket Guide: Getting Organized to Make a Difference

This handy pocket guide serves as a reminder that in this age of information overload, many of us struggle to deal with the seemingly endless …

Pocket Guide: Moving from Blame to Accountability

This handy pocket guide shows how blaming sets a destructive, addictive cycle in motion, and how you can distinguish between blame and accountability. Includes recommendations …

Managing Your Time as a Leader

Many leaders feel starved for time. Working under the assumption that longer hours lead to improved productivity, they drive themselves and others to increase …