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Member Feature: Stan Tilton Consulting

Stan Tilton has been an active individual member of the BABCPHL for 12 years. Stan founded Stan Tilton Consulting in 1992 to provide proven cost-effective solutions to leadership and management developmental challenges by utilizing customized executive coaching and related services to assist key executives improve morale, confidence and performance that lead to increased enterprise productivity and profitability. The Firm brings a customized, highly flexible, and impartial outside business-oriented focus to executive performance, communication and leadership development that has consistently led to results that met or exceeded client expectations. As an independent of the organization, Stan brings focus, objectivity, pragmatism and directness few insiders can. The Firm specializes in High Potential Coaching, Behavioral/Interpersonal Issues, Newly Appointed Leader Integration, Foreign Expatriate Business Assimilation, Conflict Resolution and assisting corporate leaders deal with challenging strategic issues. The mission of Stan Tilton Consulting is to assist executives and organizations sharpen their leadership and strategic thinking skills, thereby enabling both the employees and enterprise to mutually prosper. Stan has more than 30 years of experience as an executive leadership development coach, career transition consultant and corporate strategist with significant leadership, operating and financial management expertise gained during a highly successful corporate career as Chief Executive Officer, President and Chief Financial Officer of leading global management consulting and manufacturing organizations. A proven leader, Stan has been a mentor, partner and leadership coach to family owned businesses, entrepreneurs and senior corporate executives, including bankers, engineers, accountants, attorneys and physicians at pharmaceutical companies. Beyond his executive coaching and leadership development practice, Stan has extensive expertise with restructurings, mergers, organizational expansion, management replication, succession planning, career mapping and the turnaround and repositioning of underperforming business teams/units. He has been featured in articles in Fortune and Inc. magazines and The Wall Street Journal, as well as appearing on National Public Radio.

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