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Buddy Moran

Sector Expertise: Consulting, Engineering, Financial Services, Healthcare/Pharmaceuticals, IT & Technology, Professional Services

Regional Expertise: Europe, North America

Personal Challenges:

  • Career Development
  • Career Transition
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Leadership Development
  • Team Management

Location: US

Language: English

Buddy Moran is President of Elston Associates, a professional services firm offering executive coaching services (strategic career management and leadership development), to professionals in numerous industries and across multiple functions including Finance, Consulting, CD/Strategy, HR, Marketing, IT, and BD/Sales. Elston Associates’ market-driven and customized strategies address a wide range of professional challenges including

  • accelerating individual and team performance/growth
  • developing “high” potentials
  • on-boarding/transitioning executives into new roles/organizations
  • compensation and promotion positioning
  • navigating job/career transitions
  • job crisis management
  • fast-tracking executive leadership/management development.

In addition to his private practice, Buddy provides individual and group coaching services to Columbia Business School alumni through the Career Services team. He is also a highly rated coach for the Leadership Lab at CBS. Buddy also provides executive coaching services to the TRIUM Executive MBA.

Previously, Buddy was a Vice President, M&A, and a member of the Executive Committee of Siemens Corporation ($21 billion revenue). He is also a former Board member of Siemens Building Technologies and Siemens Financial Services, as well as a former member of the Siemens Investment Committee ($8 billion pension plan). Prior to joining Siemens, Buddy spent approximately 15 years on Wall Street in corporate finance and M&A roles at several firms, including Barclays and Lehman Brothers. He has an MBA from Columbia and an AB degree from Princeton. Buddy is a former Vice Chair of the Alumni Careers Committee at Princeton.

LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/buddy-moran-a565ba19