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Lee Bruder

Lee Bruder Associates
141 Prospect Hill Road
Hancock, NH 03449
Phone: 603-525-8033

Lee Bruder has decades of experience working with nonprofits, small corporations and higher education. Lee began his work on boards of directors in 1989.  Our mission is to assist individuals and organizations apply the principles of quality leadership. We provide high quality, individualized coaching and consulting services to clients who are interested in evolving to the next level.

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Specialties: Board Governance/Development, Executive Transition, Executive - Interim Directorship, Executive - Succession/Transition Planning, HR - Conflict Resolution, HR - Executive Coaching, HR - Facilitation/mediation, Organizational Planning/Development, Organizational Planning - Collaboration/Mergers, Organizational Planning - Mission & Vision Planning, Organizational Planning - Organizational Assessment, Program Planning - Program Development, Strategic/Business Plan Development

References

RiverMead Lifecare Community
Bill James - CEO
150 RiverMead Road
Peterborough , NH 03458
603-924-0033 extension 202

During the 4 month period we worked with the organization's leadership team and developed recommendations that were preseted to the board of trustees at a joint meeting.  Recommedations included revisions of the Mission, Vision and Values statements and updated strategic goals and objectives.  The recommendations were very well received by the Board in addition the leadership team experienced an incrase in cohesivness, confidence and cross-departmental cooperation.

Franklin Pierce University / Town of Rindge
James Earle / Jane Pitt - VP of Student Affairs / Interim Town Administrator
40 University Dr., c/o Student Affairs / 30 Payson Hill Road
Rindge , NH 03461
899-4162 / 899-5181 ext. 101

In 2009 I was asked to help these two communities repair a contentious relationship that had existed for over 40 years.  Since then I have met with the group monthly.  We have developed a culture of trust and collaboration where difficult issues can be discussed with disagreement but not acrimony.  The group has become a team, in spite of position turnover, and is quite proud of its accomplishments.

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