Barry Schlosser is co-president of Strategic Executive Advisors, LLC, professional services firm that provides executive advisory and coaching services for leadership and enterprise development. His work spans the range from C-level to new executives. In 1999 Dr. Schlosser initiated a primary emphasis on executive coaching and related consulting. Coaching specialties include (1) helping executives transition to new roles of strategic importance; (2) strengthening leadership/executive presence; and (3) helping introverted leaders develop needed capabilities. A significant segment of his engagements also pertains to “turnaround” coaching for leaders whose careers are under duress.
Dr. Schlosser’s engagement experiences include organizational advisory consultations with senior management, executive coaching, group facilitation, impact research, program evaluation, selection, and assessment of groups and individuals for a variety of purposes. Representative client engagements include Deloitte, JPMorgan Chase, JPMorgan Partners, Wachovia, Citi, Hudson Scenic, Thomson Financial ESG (now Omgeo), BJ’s Wholesale Club, the Episcopal Church Pension Group, UBS, the PMT Group and others. Dr. Schlosser is one of the four principal investigators in the Coaching Impact study in collaboration with Cambria Consulting (beginning in 2004) and is senior author of the study’s surveys. He has frequently presented at workshops and professional meetings, authored or co-authored many national publications and presentations, served as an editor, as well as an editorial board member (e.g., currently for The International Journal of Coaching in Organizations). Before retiring as a licensed clinical psychologist, Dr. Schlosser was an individual and group therapist. Dr. Schlosser also has a substantive background with video and audio technologies and has been a drummer for 4 decades. Over the years, he has been a member of numerous professional organizations.
Dr. Schlosser earned a BA in psychology from Emory University, Atlanta. He holds a doctorate in clinical/community psychology and a MA in experimental psychology, both from the University of South Florida in Tampa.