Morene Seldes Marcus, M.Ed.

Morene Seldes Marcus, M.Ed.

Morene has over twenty years of experience in internal and external consulting. Her focus is on a systems approach to individual, team, and organizational development. Morene consults, designs, and implements processes that enhance work relationships. She facilitates intensive experiential training in Diversity, speaks on issues of inclusion, leadership challenges, developing respect in the workplace, and addresses Diversity as a critical business issue.

Morene’s consulting incorporates her experience and skills in defining effective performance standards and core competencies, designing performance management systems, developing leadership skills, conducting strategic planning sessions, executive coaching, and managing change issues.

Morene’s consulting and training experience includes work for: Eli Lilly, Abbott Labs, Shell Oil, Proctor & Gamble, Monsanto, Yale New Haven Hospital, Corning, Eastman Kodak, Georgia Department of Defense, Centers for Disease Control, Coca Cola, Cox Enterprises, Delta Airlines, and Georgia Power Company.

Prior to consulting, Morene held various positions of leadership and responsibilities included Human Resources, Training and Development, Executive Development, Recruiting, Career Transition Counseling, Executive Coaching, and Sales. Ms. Marcus held senior management positions with Richway, Uptons, EnterChange, Inc., Conceptual Systems, Inc., and HiFiBuys, Inc.

Morene has served with several community and professional organizations and has been recognized for her vision, achievements, and leadership skills. She speaks extensively on the challenges of leadership, workplace issues, and developing human potential. Morene received her BA degree in Education and English from the University of Michigan and Michigan State University, and has completed graduate work toward a Masters Degree in Adult Vocational Counseling. Morene is a member of the American Society of Training and Development (ASTD), Human Resource Leadership Forum (HRLF), The Organization Change Alliance (OCA), and Women’s American ORT.