As a strategy consultant driven to help enterprises succeed through human-centric approaches, Amy (Levine) Benoit has spent the last two decades catalyzing growth and elevating teams through thoughtful organizational design. After years of experience on the global productivity team of a Fortune 100 company, Amy went on to build and lead the company-wide enablement function at its startup. Her focus on finding the optimal way to structure organizational units provides companies with smart, practical ways to quickly generate sustainable and meaningful change.
As a perpetual learner, Amy’s study of human behavior, leadership and organizational psychology enables her to address the human-centric initiatives that build the foundation of change management, including: recruitment, training and development, performance measurement and reward systems, quality of work-life, and organizational development and learning. She is also an executive facilitator specializing in facilitating vision and strategy, working in the emotional domain, and facilitating cross-cultural and diverse constituencies. Amy strives to artfully place people and human-to-human interactions at the center of every initiative.
Amy is a Master Certified Facilitator, accredited from Harvard University on the Fundamentals of Neuroscience, and holds two certifications from the NeuroLeadership Institute: (1) Brain-Based Coaching, which uses neuroscience as a foundation for business coaching to drive positive change, and (2) a Certificate in the Foundations of NeuroLeadership, which explores the deeper science behind how we make decisions, regulate our emotions, collaborate with others and facilitate change. Her undergraduate degrees are in Marketing and Art from the Isenberg School of Management, University of Massachusetts. She wholeheartedly embraces the philosophy: "What is focused on expands."