Christie Lindor is a momprenuer, seasoned consultant, trainer, speaker, and podcaster. As an author and blogger, she writes about thoughts and musings on her experiences in consulting, and all things related to personal and professional development. Christie shares ideas on developing the best version of yourself and your teams. She also discuss how to create and sustain high performing, inclusive workplace cultures within a digital world.
Christie Lindor is a award-winning management consultant with expertise in organizational change and digital transformation. With 20 years’ experience working at top consulting firms such as Deloitte Consulting, EY, and IBM, she specializes in helping clients solve critical workforce of the future challenges.
Christie is also host of the MECE Muse Unplugged podcast, a seasonal show focused on helping go-getters along their journey to greatness.
A regular Forbes Contributor, Christie has been mentioned in publications such as TIME magazine, Fast Company, Boston Herald, Yahoo! Finance, Chief Learning Officer magazine, and many more on a wide variety of human capital topics.
As a certified project manager and facilitator, Christie has earned a B.S. in marketing & computer science from Bentley University, an M.S. in organizational leadership at Mercy College.
She is also a reformed perfectionist, recovering workaholic, and political junkie. When Christie is not consulting, writing, mentoring, or public speaking, you can find her reading business books, jamming to electronica house music, talking politics, or indulging in an unhealthy, addictive quest for the perfect pair of high heels and pearls.
what am I doing now?
I’ve recently launched my own consulting firm, Tessi Consulting, a management & HR consulting firm that provides digital transformation, diversity/inclusion, training, and HR outsourcing services.
I have completed a beta launch of my course, The Art of Great Consulting, which has been inspired by my first award-winning bestselling book, The MECE Muse.
I’m currently seeking literary representation for my third and fourth books, which are both focused on an ongoing research project of Why Great People Quit Good Jobs, inspired by my TEDx talk on the topic.