Tracy Fuller enables business leaders to approach their challenges more creatively and effectively. Her coaching services leverage her expertise in leadership and organizational development, business and applied creativity. She has partnered with a diverse group of clients for over twenty years, acting as a catalyst for creating new levels of achievement and success. In the process, she aggregated a broad network of relationships and the rich and relevant experience they bring to COMPIO.
As an internal and external consultant working with organizations in the technology, healthcare, engineering, retail, energy, non-profit and educational sectors, Ms. Fuller has supported every stage of the organizational life cycle, including the start-up of new businesses, driving rapid growth, enhancing periods of stability, designing effective reductions in force and closing business operations. Prior to founding COMPIO, Tracy Fuller served as Vice President of Human Resources for MetalSite, Inc., an international B2B e-commerce firm, and its subsidiary. As an Officer of the company and member of the executive team, she implemented a comprehensive range of management and leadership practices designed to support and drive the business strategy.
In addition to coaching for individual effectiveness, Tracy Fuller has consulted with CEOs, Boards and senior executive teams on the design and effectiveness of their leadership teams and the development of their organization's capabilities. She has collaborated with organizational leaders to develop the infrastructure of early stage companies, business units, programs and practices; and has led and facilitated teams developing strategic plans, enterprise communication strategies and practical measurement practices.
Ms. Fuller has created and implemented educational curricula for executives, general management and employees, medical staff, faculty and students of literally all ages. She is a faculty member at the Chautauqua Institution, teaching tools and techniques that trigger and support innovation. Tracy has lectured at Carnegie Mellon University's Graduate School of Public Affairs on Systems Thinking, Managing Quality Improvement and Breakthrough Thinking; and continues to present at professional and community organizations, including: The Human Resources Planning Society, The Creative Problem Solving Institute, and the Human Resources Association. She has Master's Degrees in Business Administration and Education.