William Winn, EdD
Bill is a psychologist with more than 30 years of experience advising executives, management teams, and business owners in a variety of contexts from professional partnerships and small businesses to family enterprises. His expertise includes executive coaching, career management, and leadership training as well as team building, family businesses, and succession planning.
Bill focuses on helping companies to operate more successfully and maximize the talents of their executives. His work with family enterprises has involved developing more effective communication, greater harmony, and measurably improved performance. The range of industries in which he has worked is broad and diverse – from financial services, technology, law, and medicine to education, construction, manufacturing, and utilities. Coaching clients have included CEOs, attorneys, and doctors to academics, mid-level managers, business partners, and teams within family enterprises. He is a highly-valued advisor who combines astute observation and feedback with seasoned judgment, empathy, and pragmatism.
Bill has held dual faculty appointments at Boston University, as assistant professor and clinical instructor in psychology, in addition to serving on the adjunct faculty at the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology. His formal clinical training was completed at Massachusetts General Hospital, where he was a Fellow in psychology.
Bill has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, The New Yorker, and New England Psychologist. His work is frequently referenced in the book, The Male Mind at Work: A Woman’s Guide to Working With Men, by Deborah J. Swiss.
He earned a Doctorate in Psychology from Boston University and an AB in American Civilization from Brown University.
American Psychological Association