Harold Hillman

Profile

Keynote Speaker, Leadership Expert, Executive coach, Clinical Psychologist and Author

As a clinical psychologist, former military officer, corporate executive, leadership coach, business owner and author, Harold Hillman’s background translates into a unique perspective on business and life.

His first book, The Impostor Syndrome, was Whitcoull's Business Book of the Year in 2013. He has authored three other books on leadership, including the best-selling 'Fitting In, Standing Out.' His 2015 TEDx Talk highlighted his experience as a closeted gay officer in the U.S. military. He provides weekly commentary on Magic Talk's Weekend Life, as well as frequent contributions to the NZ Herald on-line business edition. A renowned presenter, he owns the space of authenticity in leadership. He earned a Master’s Degree in Education from Harvard University and a PhD in Clinical Psychology from the University of Pittsburgh.

Location

Auckland, New Zealand

Skills

Business Commentator, Conference Presenter, Executive Coach, Keynote Speaker, Leadership Facilitator

Interests

Authenticity, Diversity & Inclusion, Leadership, Music & Fine Arts, Teen Suicide in NZ, Travel & Adventure