Patricia Matteo, MEd, MSOD, PCC
Patricia Matteo is an organization development consultant, facilitator, and coach, with a passion for helping organizations unleash the potential in their leaders and people. With more than twenty years of experience, Patricia is committed to the emergence of possibility to deliver meaningful business results.
Patricia draws from a breadth of industry experience, including corporate, education, and nonprofit sectors. Whether working with individual leaders or teams, Patricia has mastered the art of perceptive observation and questioning, balancing her deep expertise with the ability to apply exactly what’s needed to the unique situations of clients. She helps her clients discover what matters most, what’s possible, and what’s next. Coaching and consulting from a strengths perspective, Patricia believes the path of greatest advantage lies in leveraging individual and organizational strengths.
In her roles as OD consultant and coach, Patricia has worked with leaders and teams on a range of issues, including change management, strategic planning, performance improvement, leader development, visioning, and communication. She is a skilled facilitator, having designed and led hundreds of off-sites and sessions to help teams identify and achieve business goals. Capable of working with groups from small, intact teams to large-scale interventions, Patricia is adept at discerning the unique challenges of each individual or group, partnering with leaders to co-create meaningful approaches, and engaging the whole system to create buy-in and forward movement. She employs a wide range of tools, frameworks, and assessments to deliver impact. Patricia draws from a range of whole-system approaches such as Appreciative Inquiry, Future Search, and World Café. Among the many assessments she employs are MBTI (Master Practitioner), TKI, FIRO-B, Global Personality Inventory, Group Styles Inventory, Strength Deployment Inventory, the Human Synergistics suite, and 360 instruments.
Patricia holds coaching certification from the International Coach Federation and Georgetown Leadership Coaching Program. She is pursuing her PhD in Human and Organizational Systems from Fielding Graduate University and holds an MS in Organization Development from Johns Hopkins University, and a MEd in Higher Education from the University of Vermont. She has taught as an adjunct professor of organization development in the graduate school of Trinity Washington University.