Claudia Tordini is an artist, a leadership coach, and an organizational consultant. She has an MBA from Wharton and a Master of Philosophy in Organizational Dynamics from Penn. The idea for the courses started to take shape while she was completing her capstone for the MPhil. Art, she explains, bridges the gap between the scholarship on interpersonal skills and actual skill development, offering students a different kind of hands-on learning than other program courses.
Claudia brings together her background in business, art and creativity to provide coaching and consulting services on family wealth and inheritance planning, leadership and team building, and creativity and innovation. She is particularly focused on including art as a powerful tool of communication and learning in non-traditional areas.
Claudia’s research on art and learning won her the Faculty Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement in the Organizational Dynamics Program at the University of Pennsylvania. In her winning project, Claudia proposed a framework for using art as an experiential learning process. She continues to expand her research to apply art and creativity to more domains of learning.
Claudia has pioneered a powerful model for using art and creative expression in her role as an executive coach and organizational consultant. She leads workshops and training programs for charitable and executive boards, corporate divisions and other groups to facilitate team building, communication, collaboration and creativity and innovation. Claudia also teaches some of these tools at the Organizational Dynamics Masters Program of the University of Pennsylvania.
Claudia has a Master of Philosophy in Organizational Dynamics at the University of Pennsylvania with a concentration in Organizational Consulting and Executive Coaching. She holds an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School with a concentration in Human Resources and Strategy. She was awarded her BS in Industrial Engineering from the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina.