About Us

NuBrick Partners is a leadership development firm with a team comprised of highly trained psychologists and organizational development experts who provide an integrated, systemic approach to talent management. Their support encompasses the board, C-Suite, and senior leadership team development, succession planning, executive selection assessment, and new leader installation across all industries as well as executive physician leadership within the healthcare industry.

Our integrated, systemic approach to leadership development focuses on creating high-performing enterprise leaders and their positive impact on organizational performance through:

  • Executive Assessment
  • Executive Development/Coaching
  • Succession Management
  • New Leader Installation
  • Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging consulting
  • Physician Leadership Development
  • CEO/Board Services
  • Accelerating Team Performance

Solutions And Expertise

  • Diversity & Inclusion
  • Executive Search
  • Leadership Consulting
  • Leadership Develop.
  • Mgmt. Consulting
  • Talent Mapping
  • Biotechnology
  • Clinical Research
  • Healthcare Services
  • Life Sci./Healthcare
  • Medical
  • Medical Devices
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Private Equity
  • Venture Capital
  • Board/Governance
  • C-Level Leaders
  • CEO/President
  • Diversity & Inclusion
  • Healthcare

NuBrick Partners provides straightforward counsel and proven expertise to optimize collective success. Through our proprietary methods enhanced by our consultants’ insight and action, we partner with your individual team members to:

  • Assess individual style and core beliefs and strengths to build awareness and appreciation for self and others (EQ development)
  • Facilitate high-impact learning experiences through facilitated experiences with the team  supplemented by 1:1 coaching
  • Create authentic and meaningful team charters and metrics, including scorecards to measure progress
  • Surface conflicts in the broader enterprise or culture that may hamper team effectiveness
  • Develop actionable goals and implementation plans

The hallmarks of a top-performing executive team are clarity, trust and strength. While the finished product takes time, these elements do not take as long to begin to develop as one might expect. Teams build these traits by answering specific questions about their purpose, value and contribution. A leadership team that declares its reason for existence and sets specific goals to achieve in a given timeframe is formidable.

News Briefings

6 Steps for Creating an Inclusive Workplace Culture

The culture around us influences everything we do. On a global scale, it influences the food we eat, the languages we speak, and the social norms that are expected. On a smaller scale, the culture of a company can speak volumes to its mission, values, and ideals. Even though culture is all around us, even

Opportunities and Challenges in Private Equity Recruiting

Private equity firms are saying that talent is the most important factor in driving growth. While financial engineering, inorganic growth, and market expansion remain important tools in the private equity toolbox, talent continues to emerge as key to growing companies and achieving the investment thesis, according to a report from Bespoke Partners. Yet unlike strategic

6 Critical Skills for Senior Leaders

The most important factor for team success is cultivating a psychologically safe work environment where everyone feels comfortable showing up as their authentic selves. This means practicing the C-suite skills that matter most to enhance and improve your workplace culture. So how do we get there? For decades, “soft skills” weren’t considered essential for leaders to climb the

How Emotional Intelligence Can be the Leadership Differentiator

Intelligence is measured in many ways. Intelligence quotient (IQ) is often the first measurement that comes to mind. IQ and all of its measurements we encounter over the course of our lives can be primary markers of our success (or failure), according to a new report from Nubrick Partners’ Joe Mazzenga. The concept of emotional