One of Silicon Valley’s most renowned business advisors and coaches, Tom Eddington, works with some of the nation’s most influential CEOs and non-profit leaders, advising them on everything from global mergers and organizational change to conscious leadership and work/life integration

Tom Eddington understands the pressures business leaders face. Having spent the last three decades as a consultant, educator, entrepreneur, and strategic advisor, he has dedicated his life to studying and teaching Board, leadership and organization effectiveness – focusing on how they grow, achieve and sustain effectiveness while remaining stewards for their stakeholders.

He has lived, worked and studied on six continents, working with leaders across all industry sectors and organization stages of development. Born out of a personal crisis that nearly killed him two decades ago, Tom’s work as a student, mentor, coach and advisor focuses on  conscious leadership. His motto: Take care of matters within yourself to make the most possible impact in the outside world.

As a pragmatic optimist driven by intellectual curiosity, Tom has sought out opportunities to teach and work in the private, public, academic and non-profit sectors working with industry leaders and most-admired organizations including HP, W.L. Gore, MBNA Corporation, Royal Dutch/Shell and Taproot Foundation. He assists organizations in fostering  leadership on all levels.

He holds B.A. degrees in Business and Psychology and an M.S. degree in Organization Dynamics from the University of Pennsylvania.

Tom has applied his principles of conscious leadership in his work with Board members and senior executives at hundreds of organizations as well as having founding several companies. In addition, he has been an adjunct professor in the City University (London) M.B.A. program.

He is committed to shaping the business world based on values of self-awareness, accountability and effective communication.

"Consciously building a community of leaders
with an aligned vision of stakeholder stewardship."

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