Rose Miller Philadelphia, PA
Rose Miller is an organizational consultant and an executive coach who works with public, non-profit, and private sector organizations and their leaders throughout the US and internationally in the fields of education, philanthropy, commerce, political action, religion, government, broadcasting and healthcare. Miller uses a systems approach to investigate the human processes of organizations and their work practices. She works collaboratively with clients to discover underlying impediments to optimal organizational functioning and productivity. Her interventions have steered clients through the turbulence of organizational change, leadership transition, and contributed to the development of effective leaders and productive teams. Her executive coaching work helps leaders to function more skillfully in their leadership and organizational roles. Some of her clients include The Ford Foundation ( US, Nigeria, and Egypt offices), Spoornet (South Africa), Cyanamid (South Africa), Southern New England Telephone, the National Office of American Friends Service Committee, The United Nations Development Programme, the National Organization for Women, University of Pennsylvania, Haverford College, Philadelphia Public Schools, the District of Columbia Commission on Health, Deloitte, Freire Charter School, and the C.G. Jung Institute, New York. She is a fellow of the Aresty Institute of Executive Education, The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania where culturally diverse business leaders from companies worldwide come to take advantage of advanced educational opportunities. For 18 years she served as a faculty member of the Organization Program of the William Alanson White Institute of Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis, and Psychology in New York. She is a fellow and a past vice president of the A.K. Rice Institute, where she has directed numerous conferences on the study of leadership, authority, and the covert dynamics that influence group and organizational life.