Leveraging his 30-year career at ADP, Rich now spends his time as a leadership consultant having worked with hundreds of organizations throughout the world.
Rich was a Global Sales Manager for ADP’s Multi-National Corporations Division. In this role, Rich had global responsibility for some of the largest Fortune 100 corporations working closely with their CFOs, CHROs, and CIOs. Prior to that, Rich was the VP, General Manager for ADP’s Small Business Services where he was responsible for 400 associates across eight locations, servicing 75,000 clients generating $175 million per year in revenue. His focus on team building and the “discipline of execution” propelled his division.
Rich is a versatile leader, having held senior-level executive assignments in sales, corporate sales operations/training, and general management/service with a consistent track record of attaining strong results during periods of organizational change. As Division Vice President of ADP’s Leadership Development Program, Rich and his team trained hundreds of ADP managers and executives on everything spanning from coaching and feedback models, to behavioral interviewing skills, to workplace collaboration. His reputation for growing and mentoring others earned him a role as one of a dozen executive 360 degree feedback coaches within ADP. Rich is certified in several programs including Situational Leadership II, The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team, and DiSC.
Rich holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing from the State University of New York at Albany and has completed the Executive Program in Corporate Strategy at the University of Chicago’s Graduate School of Business. He is an avid tennis player and keyboardist for several rock cover bands. He resides in the Atlanta area with his wife and two boys.