Paul Erdahl

Paul’s passion is developing people and organizations to be their best. As a consulting psychologist, he coaches leaders to develop their leadership presence and effectiveness, and works with individuals to discover career paths aligned with their interests, skills and core purpose.

Description

Paul’s passion is developing people and organizations to be their best. As a consulting psychologist, he coaches leaders to develop their leadership presence and effectiveness, and works with individuals to discover career paths aligned with their interests, skills and core purpose.

Paul founded Global Talent Strategies to partner with leaders and teams as they define their desired future state, helping them create road maps to get there. A respected and recognized global leader, he’s focused on building best-in-class talent management practices and leadership development programs.

His experience also includes leading global talent management initiatives for medical technology companies Hill-Rom and Medtronic. At both organizations, he launched “university” curriculum to offer development planning resources, e-learning and classroom experiences for employees, managers and leaders worldwide.

Paul serves as vice chair for the board of directors of Vision Loss Resources, a nonprofit provider of training, classes and social support in the Minneapolis-Saint Paul area.

Professional Experience

Principal & Founder, Global Talent Strategies, LLC

Executive Consultant, Navigate Forward

Executive Director, Talent Management & Organization Development, Hill-Rom

Global Leadership & Talent Development; Various Talent Management & Organization Development Positions, Medtronic

Learning Manager, Cargill Worldwide Learning

Organization Effectiveness Consultant, First Bank System (U.S. Bank)

Consultant, Organization Development; Manager, Employee Assistance Program; Staff Psychologist, Minnesota Comprehensive Epilepsy Program, Abbott Northwestern Hospital

Education

Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, State University of New York at Buffalo

B.A., Psychology, St. Olaf College

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