Gordon Loeb is a trusted advisor to business and law firm leaders. As the COO of Loeb Leadership Development Group, (LLDG), a leadership and management development company, Gordon’s responsibilities include business development, marketing, financials, and client and consultant relations. Gordon helped grow LCG from a single independent consultancy to a thriving company with over 30 consultants that provide training and development, executive coaching, public workshops and student leadership development programs.
Gordon completed his coaching certification from New York University and combines his business and coaching skills to coach leaders in a variety of industries. Gordon has deep experience coaching emerging leaders as they transition to leadership roles as well as coaching senior leaders faced with new opportunities and the need to strengthen their leadership skills.
Gordon has an extensive entrepreneurial and corporate background including starting and growing two successful companies and running a division of Automatic Data Processing (ADP). Gordon also utilizes his training and certifications in Everything DiSC®, The Leadership Challenge®, The Leadership Practices Inventory (LPI)®, Situational Leadership II® and the Five Cohesive Behaviors of a Team® to help clients understand how to increase self -awareness and leverage their most valuable resource, their employees, to increase productivity and achieve desired results. Gordon takes leaders through the process of identifying their strengths and exploring opportunities for development. He facilitates workshops, conducts speaking engagements and provides executive and leadership coaching for high potentials and high achievers in law firms and a wide variety of industries.
Gordon is the proud co-founder of the Marlboro Teen Advisory Committee (TAC) in Marlboro Township NJ, an organization helping teens and students develop leadership skills and getting them involved in community service projects. TAC currently has over 1700 local teen members and is the recipient of the 2015 New Jersey State Governor's Jefferson Award in the category of Youth Volunteer Program/Group.
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