Greg Robinson, Ph.D.

Dr. Greg Robinson is a Principal with Leadership Development Worldwide, LLC  based out of Princeton, NJ.

Active in the talent management industry for over 15 years, Greg has a passion for cultivating individual leadership potential and encouraging organizations to elevate the effectiveness of their talent decisions. With a strong consulting foundation grounded in Social and Industrial-Organizational Psychology, his style and approach are inspired by the professional experiences and relationships he has built working globally with Fortune 100 companies to small startups. He incorporates perspectives across functions, levels and geographies to deliver a stimulating, practical, and impactful consulting engagement.

Greg has designed, developed, and implemented executive selection programs and leadership development initiatives, built leadership competency frameworks, and trained organizations to implement effective and sustainable talent management practices. His expertise includes executive coaching, leadership assessment and development, and program management of large-scale talent management initiatives including succession planning, performance management, high potential programs, employee engagement initiatives, and talent management training. These experiences involve a range of industries, including financial services, pharmaceutical, technology, manufacturing, education, retail, and transportation and logistics.

Prior to joining LDW, Greg served as Director of Solution Design and Director of Leadership Solutions at SHL after holding various consulting roles with multiple organizations. In addition to consulting, Greg worked on IBM’s Global Selection Team and taught Graduate and Undergraduate courses in Psychology, Research Methods, and Data Analysis at the University of San Francisco and the University at Albany, SUNY.

He earned his Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology at the University of Albany, SUNY. Greg continues to present and publish industry research and was recognized with the Richard A. Swanson Research Excellence Award in 2006 by the Academy of Human Resource Development.  Originally from Ohio, Greg now lives with his family in Princeton, NJ where he enjoys his vegetable garden, soccer and paddling his canoe down the Delaware and Raritan Canal.