Annette’s methodology focuses on cultural transformation within the institution. Using a refined and reliable methodology, Annette works with her clients to undergo a process that has the clients themselves invent new futures that are inspiring and challenging. The power of these new futures is expressed in the culture of the institution not as feelings or words alone but as action and aligned intent.
Ms. Nathan’s personal style is direct, challenging, and compassionate. She is both an acute listener and a penetrating analyst of business culture. Her balance of humor and rigor enables clients to tackle and transform the most challenging aspects of their organization.
She leads a highly innovative time management and productivity workshop that “Human Resource Executive Magazine” awarded “Top Training Program of the Year” in 2003. Working inside a general framework Ms. Nathan customizes the delivery of her consulting products for the individual needs of particular clients.
Annette has traveled the world and delivered her consulting to leaders in business, education, and government specifically in the countries of China, Honduras, and Nigeria. She has worked with non-profit organizations committed to human development including inner-city youth, a relief organization rebuilding preschools destroyed in Bosnia and the tribal leadership of a Native American community in Pine Ridge, South Dakota. Annette has served on the boards of several non-profit organizations engaged in international relief work affecting children.
Annette graduated with honors in Asian History from Duke University in 1978. She lives in Princeton, New Jersey with her husband and three children.