Eleanor Tabi Haller-Jorden is the President and CEO of The Paradigm Forum GmbH (TPF), a global consultancy and think tank operating at the intersection of social justice and workplace innovation that works with forward-thinking corporate, governmental and academic partners to translate strategy, communication and experience-based learning into positive organizational change.
Tabi is also the CEO of the Langer Mindfulness Institute (Harvard) in Europe.
Previously, Tabi was the senior vice president of Global Learning Strategies at Catalyst, the first general manager of Catalyst Europe, an officer at J.P. Morgan, lead partner at HNC Consulting, executive director at The Learning Labs and founder of the Public Policy Centre in Philadelphia.
Tabi is a frequent speaker and recognized voice in the international media and was recently invited to speak at the UN Secretary-General’s High-Level Panel on Women’s Economic Empowerment.
She is a visiting scholar at IMD Business School, and her board appointments and strategic advisory roles are numerous.
Among others she is a Wilson Centre Global Fellow, a member of the boards of India-based foundations Beyond Diversity and World of Opportunities for Women, a strategic advisor to EDGE Strategy, scholar-in-residence at Emma Willard School, executive-in-residence at Bryn Mawr College and Babson College’s Centre for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership, a member of UN Women National Committee Switzerland, and a member of the executive board of Foundations for Learning. She is on the board of trustees of the Milton Academy, on the advisory board of the Business & Human Rights Platform, Lausanne Business School, and on the international council of Bryn Mawr College.
Ms. Haller-Jorden attended Princeton University as an advanced standing scholar and Bryn Mawr College, where she earned B.A. magna cum laude in History and received the Helen Taft Manning Prize in History. She was named a Sage Fellow in Design & Environmental Analysis at Cornell University and holds a M.Sc. in Industrial Relations from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
- Diversity and inclusion for business transformation
- Workplace design and cross-cultural management
- Experience-based learning for positive organizational change