Lynne Morton is a globally recognized expert in talent management and
leadership coaching with over 25 years of consulting experience, spanning a
wide range of industries. She is an HCI faculty member facilitating a range of
courses. Her relationship with HCI began in 2007.
Formerly president of Performance Improvement (PI) Solutions, Inc. and
Director at PwC, Lynne received the 2009 HR Leadership Award at the World
HRD Congress in Mumbai.
She is now an adjunct professor of Human Capital & Leadership at NYU, a
mentor for the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women, and an Advisor for Astia.
Lynne has been featured in publications and books around the world (e.g.,
The Financial Times, The Human Factor India, HRM Singapore, Strategy
& Business). Her many publications include the seminal research studies
Integrated & Integrative Talent Management and Talent Value Imperatives,
both published by The Conference Board and cited as “Best” by ExpaticaHR.
She has also been a featured speaker at global/national conferences
(e.g., Human Capital Institute London Summit, IHRIM Global Summit, TCB’s
Women’s Leadership Conference), at professional association meetings. (e.g.,
Multi-Cultural Women’s Leadership Conference), and has delivered talent
management-related workshops in Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, Papua New
Guinea, Hong Kong, China, Brazil, South Africa, and the U.K.
Lynne holds a B.A. degree, with honors, from Vassar College, an M.A. from
Georgetown University, and coaching certification from IPEC. She is also
certified in the ELI, Lominger, and DiSC tools.