Jim Finkelstein

Throughout his career, Jim has been called everything from a visionary to a contrarian. With 40+ years of consulting and corporate experience, he understands the importance of viewing the convergence of environment, culture, development and rewards in order to improve business performance through people.

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Throughout his career, Jim has been called everything from a visionary to a contrarian. With 40+ years of consulting and corporate experience, he understands the importance of viewing the convergence of environment, culture, development and rewards in order to improve business performance through people.

Jim’s career spans a variety of roles, including corporate executive for Fortune 500 companies and as entrepreneur and founder of his current company. In each position, he’s applied his competencies in all areas that impact people at work — from why they show up to why they stay and why they leave.

Jim is a frequent speaker at conferences on topics such as Fulfillment: The New Engagement, People: The Forgotten Frontier, and Inspirational Business Leadership in an Era of Change. He is an adjunct faculty member in the Executive MBA program at Sonoma State University and is the author of “FUSE: Making Sense of the New Cogenerational Workplace.”

Professional Experience

President, CEO and Founder, FutureSense

Chief Operating Officer, Bright Line Films

Managing Director/Partner, Human Capital Services, Arthur Andersen

President and CEO, Western Region, W F Corroon (now Buck Consultants)

Vice President, Meidinger, Inc. (now Mercer)

Education

MBA, The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania

B.A., Psychology and Economics, Trinity College (Hartford, CT)

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