Carol Bergeron has worked at the forefront of talent strategy and leadership development, strategic and operational planning, and change management for twenty years. She is passionate about accelerating the success of individuals, teams and organizations in a world where change is fast, furious and increasingly complex.
With firsthand experience as a corporate leader prior to consulting, Carol’s practical solutions are progressive, scalable, grounded in business strategy and customized for maximizing organizational fit and commitment.
Carol works with private and public companies in life sciences, healthcare, technology, technical & professional services and manufacturing. Her expertise includes business and talent strategy facilitation, talent solutions and people succession customization, and change management. As a seasoned instructor, Carol has taught at Boston University's Corporate Management Education Center and Bentley University.
Carol is an author and speaker on the 7 phases of people succession based on her book People Succession: Lessons from Forward Thinking Executives in Middle-Market Companies and developer of live and self-paced online leadership courses through her publishing arm - Talent Magnet Series™.
As an energetic volunteer leader, Carol currently serves as Chair of the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association (HBA) New England Region where she oversees strategy development and leads implementation through forty+ volunteer leaders across four+ chapters, five centers of excellence and 1,200+ members for New England. Previously she served as HBA Boston Chapter President and Mentoring Program Director. She has also served as president of the Institute of Management Consultants New England, on membership & corporate development program committees with the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) Boston, and on the Board of Trustees for her condominium association.
Carol earned a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Vermont and executive certificates from Cornell University and Babson College.
Carol enjoys bicycling, hiking, traveling and cooking.