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Tali Kurt-Galai

Tali is an organizational consultant and executive coach, specialized in working with high potential individuals and teams to develop leadership capacity and manage organizational change. She is committed to producing tangible results through action-oriented, assessment-based processes, while maintaining respectful, trustworthy and supportive relationships.

Tali has partnered with senior executives from a variety of industries including start-ups, legal, media, governmental agencies, educational institutes, ad agencies, luxury and non-profit organizations. She facilitates peer learning groups for leaders from high growth technology companies. She has worked as an internal consultant for Tech-Stars NY, and as an instructor at Bunker Labs – the national organization built by military veteran entrepreneurs to empower other veterans as leaders in innovation.

As a coach, Tali uses her background as both a clinical psychologist and an organizational consultant. She looks for the route that connects her clients’ personal goals with the organizational context and objectives. She encourages her clients to develop awareness to their blind spots and to extend their repertoire of responses, while identifying and limiting ineffective knee-jerk reactions and patterns. In working together, her clients develop internal organizational systems that reinforce and sustain positive results. Her clients appreciate her candor and directness, as well as her sensitivity and support.

Tali holds an M.S degree in Organizational Change Management from The New School, NY, an M.A degree in Clinical Psychology from Tel-Aviv University, a B.A degree in Psychology and Sociology from Tel-Aviv University and an Executive Coaching certificate from iCoach New York, City University of NY, Zicklin School of Business.

Tali is a proud soul-cyclist, a world traveler and an aspired chef. She lives with her husband and three children in downtown NYC.