Pat Harmon

Pat Harmon

Stamford, CT


  • US Northeast

Patricia Harmon is an organizational development consultant who is a business analyst, facilitator, and executive coach. She has designed and conducted advanced thinking workshops for North American organizations such as Deutsche Bank, Estee Lauder, Goldman, Sachs, J P Morgan Chase, Johnson & Johnson, Merck & Co., Motorola, Munich Re-America insurance, Philips Electronics, and New York Times.

Pat helps organizations in their efforts to bring about change by examining business trends and extrapolating from them to help companies create value monopolies. Her approach is a comprehensive collection of thinking techniques including Lateral Thinking™ and Green Innovation, a science of eco-sustainability, to provide deliberate methods to think innovatively.

She works with senior executives in Leadership Development (including a focus on Women’s Leadership) in emotional intelligence. Using an assessment-based technology, Pat helps clients assess development needs, link development to business strategy, and implement customized development through one-on-one coaching using a systems approach. Emphasis is placed on the social radar and the emotional intelligence elements that underpin perceived behavior.

She serves as an adjunct professor at Cornell University where she teaches Emotional Intelligence:  An Edge for Leaders. She is the author of The Mind of an Innovator: A Guide to Seeing Possibilities Where None Existed Before.


  • Benchmarks 360®
  • DiSC
  • Emotional Quotient Inventory (“EQ-I”)®
  • EQ Leadership®
  • EQ360®
  • Hogan Leadership®
  • Innovation Leadership Assessment®
  • Myers Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI)
  • Situational Leadership


  • Ph.D. in Human and Organizational Systems, The Fielding Graduate Institute
  • Master of Business Administration, University of Toronto Executive Program
  • Master of Arts in Human Development, The Fielding Graduate Institute

Practice Areas

  • 360-degree Feedback
  • Executive Coaching
  • Leadership Development