Deb Hornell

Deb Hornell

Deb Hornell has been helping individuals and companies grow and succeed for more than 25 years. She is a visionary whose personal brand of “Cultivating Environments for Growth” extends into her consulting practice, her family and friendships, and her book: Good Things for a Full Life.

Her expertise in group facilitation, leadership development, change management and strategic planning makes Deb the “go-to” consultant for critical organizational development initiatives. She is known for designing and facilitating practical solutions to complex business challenges, while honoring and engaging people in the process.

Using a customized approach, Deb works closely with her clients to identify solutions that fit their unique business environments, ensuring sustainable results and continued growth. She’s worked with numerous organizations like Abbott Laboratories, Antenna International, Careerbuilder.com, Bridgestone Firestone, DeVry, Inc., Follett, Harris Bank, JLL, Leo Burnett, McDonald’s Corporation, Motorola,  The Orlando Magic, Sony Electronics, Inc., Tupperware International, Tribune Publishing and University HealthSystem Consortium.

From 1997-2014, Deb led the WOMEN Unlimited, Inc. Midwest Region developing more than 1,000 emerging women leaders from Fortune 1000 companies. With The Executive Edge®, Inc., she has coached numerous individual leaders and teams to maximize their potential. Both of these roles align with Deb’s well-nurtured brand and further broaden her ability to cultivate effective business environments.

Prior to her consulting career, Deb held line and staff positions in education, financial services and the newspaper industry.  She holds a B.S. in Education from Indiana University and an M.S. in Management and Organizational Behavior from Benedictine University. Good Things for a Full Life is her first book. Deb and her family live in suburban Chicago where she’s created an expansive—and very cared for—garden, which inspires her to help others cultivate their own environments for growth.

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