Jonathan Hoyt

Partner, Leadership Consulting

Jonathan serves as a Partner helping clients improve performance through executive coaching, succession planning, talent assessment and organization design. He has spent the last 20 years helping organizations create the leadership capability they need to thrive in times of rapid growth and change.

Jonathan Hoyt

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Jonathan was a Principal in the Leadership Consulting Practice at a leading global talent consulting firm for eight years, where he led the company’s private equity talent advisory work and advised the leadership teams of companies ranging from technology startups to Fortune 10. His clients have included private equity, technology, financial services, natural resources, professional services, nonprofit and healthcare organizations around the world.

Jonathan’s advisory work is also informed by five years of experience in human resources leadership roles. He helped leaders and founders create high-performing and inclusive team cultures and delivered results in talent acquisition, leadership development, talent management and business transformation.

Jonathan earned a Master of Business Administration from Stanford and a bachelor’s degree in political science from Yale. He was certified by New Ventures West in integral coaching. He is also a facilitator with the Mankind Project, a global nonprofit that conducts challenging and rewarding programs for men at every stage of life.

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Leadership Consulting

Whether you need to find future CEO candidates or board members, create better teams or coach high-potential talent, we help you create an organization that’s ready to take on high-stakes, high-pressure and high-complexity decisions.
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Board Services

If the challenge calls for a deeper dive into board structure, DHR helps organizations identify the board competencies unique to them, identify tools to assess new potential board members and build a pipeline of qualified leaders to fill future positions.…
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Board Evaluation

Beyond a New York Stock Exchange requirement, evaluation of a company’s board of directors is now viewed as a best practice for all public and private companies. As self-evaluations are often ineffective, boards increasingly seek external advisers to provide feedback on board culture, structure and composition – and to ensure that critical stakeholders and constituencies are represented.
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