Leigh Ann Errico founded LAeRRICO & partners in 2007. An executive and team coach, advisor, and consultant, she focuses on Executive Development, Individual and Team Coaching, and Leadership Strategy Consulting. Her collaborative style helps transform lives and careers by targeting the choices and challenges required to get results. She helps equip teams for peak performance by fast-tracking individual growth and optimizing group dynamics.
Leigh Ann has specialized in successfully managing Human Capital for more than 20 years in numerous industries. Most recently, she drove transformation as VP of HR with global pharmaceutical company Daiichi Sankyo. Earlier she served as VP of HR for Schering Plough (now Merck). Throughout her career she has successfully applied her experiences and knowledge in various positions at Lucent Technologies, Merrill Lynch, M&M Mars and AT&T.
Leigh Ann has supplemented her skills by pursuing leadership training and has achieved numerous certifications:
Leigh Ann holds two Master’s degrees from Fairleigh Dickinson University: Organizational Behavior Psychology and Corporate Communications. Her BA in English and Human Resources Management is from Salve Regina University.
Adult Stages of Development, based on extensive research from Harvard and Dr. Suzanne Cook-Greuter, is the cornerstone of her practice. Leigh Ann uses this experience to support leadership, cultural and performance enhancement. She regularly speaks on leadership topics that fuel inspiration, commitment, and results.
The combination of her experiences and learnings enhance her team coaching toolkit and equip her to ignite sustainable and measurable team performance. She has designed intervention and training solutions for teams needing stronger, more relevant systems, processes and rules of engagement to support the organization, team and/or individual goals.
As a mother of four, children are Leigh Ann’s number one priority. To that end, in 2013, she founded Wear the Cape™ as well as the kidkind foundation. Their shared mission includes promoting kindness and character in schools and communities. Both organizations have enhanced young lives with school assemblies, scholarships, free educational resources, and goodwill. For more information about Wear the Cape, visit www.wearthecapekids.com.