Harry Hutson is a leadership development professional, author, and executive coach. He has served in senior human resources and organizational development roles in four multinational corporations. As an independent contractor, Harry’s international clients range across profit, nonprofit, and government sectors. He is a member of the NTL Institute for Applied Behavioral Science.
Harry’s books include Navigating an Organizational Crisis: When Leadership Matters Most (Praeger: 2016), Putting Hope to Work: Five Principles to Activate Your Organization’s Most Powerful Resource (Praeger: 2006), and Leadership in Nonprofit Organizations (Sage: 2005). His articles appear in journals such as Harvard Business Review, OD Practitioner, CEO Magazine, Training, and HR People + Strategy.
Harry earned degrees from Hamilton College, Harvard Divinity School, and Stanford University School of Education. His Ph.D. was granted by Indiana University. For many years, he has served on the board of directors for the New England Center for Children, a leader in research and education in the field of autism. Harry lives in Baltimore, Maryland, and Essex, New York.