Noah Blumenthal is a bestselling author and was named by Leadership Excellence Magazine as one of the world’s “Top 100 Minds in Personal Development.” As a keynote speaker and executive coach Noah helps individuals and organizations develop heroic leadership and has worked with clients in the Fortune 500 in financial services, advertising, media, pharmaceuticals, professional services, utilities and consumer products.
Noah is a sought-after keynote speaker, delivering talks on leadership development, personal change, and overcoming adversity to audiences of executives, managers, sales people, HR professionals, and executive coaches. Organizations that have featured Noah as a speaker include Goldman Sachs, Frito Lay, MTV Networks, Columbia University, Fordham University, the International Coaching Federation, the American Society of Training and Development, and the Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership.
Noah was a founding member of an internal consulting group at UBS Financial Services where he helped create and lead the effort for team development and coaching in the organization. He trained and consulted to over 1000 line, management and executive teams and coached hundreds of team leaders on how to change their businesses and their behaviors.
Noah’s most recent book, Be The Hero, became an instant success. In the first week of its release it climbed into the top 20 in all books on Amazon and #1 in numerous categories, including Business, Self-help, Careers, and Success. Be the Hero has also appeared in the Wall Street Journal’s list of business bestsellers. Noah has been featured in various media outlets including The New York Times, CBS News, MSNBC News, The Chicago Sun-Times, Investors Business Daily, and Newsday.
Noah has a BA in Psychology with a minor in Philosophy from Brandeis University and has completed graduate work in Psychometrics at Fordham University and in Organizational Psychology at Columbia University.
Noah’s experiences have left him with a powerful belief that people are better than their actions and can be happier than they are. They simply need the tools to be the person they want to be..