Eric Wolff began his journey with Destination Imagination as a Team Manager. He went on to join the Connecticut DI Board, became the Affiliate Director, was elected DIAD President for two terms and sat on the Board of Trustees where he served as Chair of the Management Committee. Eric Wolff is the founder of Wolff/Consult, a consulting firm that focuses on organizational development, organizational effectiveness, conflict intervention and resolution, and partnership and leadership coaching. Mr. Wolff has a background in clinical and industrial psychology, working in both fields for over thirty years. He is also an educator, having served as an instructor and the Assistant Supervisor of Education at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum. He is an Adjunct Instructor at Baruch College, CUNY where he teaches A Systems Approach to Organizational Change, Applied Adaptive Leadership, Building Sustainable Teams and Partnerships, and Contemporary Management Practices. He has also taught at Sarah Lawrence College, where he was an instructor in the Theater Department. Before founding Wolff/Consult, Mr. Wolff was a founder and senior partner of The Group for Advanced Management Training.
Mr. Wolff is co-author of the book, “Managerial Magic,” and has written many articles in both business publications and cooking magazines. Over the years, he has worked with Fortune 500 Companies as well as famous restaurants, arts organizations and religious organizations. He loves to cook and play the trumpet.
Mr. Wolff studied Theater and Religion at Sarah Lawrence College, Psychology at Suny Empire State, and Organizational Consulting at The AK Rice Institute and The Washington School of Psychiatry. He trained and earned Certification in Psychotherapy at the Helix Training Institute and The Institutute for Core Energetics. He studied culinary arts at what is now called The Institute for Culinary Education.