NANCY C. LEWINE, Ph.D.
As President of NLO, Inc., Nancy has applied her knowledge, skills, and vast experience to the consulting practice. Dr. Lewine packs a wealth of experience into her consulting style which focuses on client-centered application, development, and education. Her forte is translating sound theory into results-oriented practice while delivering tangible and intangible ROIs.
Nancy Carlson Lewine, PhD. Received her Doctorate from Temple University in Psychoeducational Processes specializing in Organization and Adult Development. She has an MA in Industrial Psychology from Fairleigh Dickinson University and a BS in Psychology from Pennsylvania State University. The breadth of her career ranges from being a manager, consultant, business owner, entrepreneur, elite athlete in two sports, martial arts instructor and coach, non-profit organization leader, and breeder of Champion Golden Retrievers.
Dr. Lewine’s consulting experience crosses many lines of business from start-ups to Fortune 500 organizations to non-profit organizations to family businesses.
Her expertise is in helping small-to-medium sized organizations through the stages of their growing pains.
Nancy’s credits include mentoring men and women for senior-level executive positions; developing effective executive teams positioning their companies for significant revenue growth; guiding organizations through their growing pains, and facilitating balance in successful, but overly stressed key performers.
Her work consistently generates significant tangible results:
Assisting a regional mortgage banker to become an East Coast presence, growing from $75 million to $250 million in annual revenues within two years.
Helping a home healthcare organization grow revenues from $0 to $40,000 per month in six months
And assisting a regional family recreation business to turn a $500,000 loss into a $250,000 profit in 15 months.
Nancy’s additional accomplishments are reflected in her three sport careers. As co-captain of the PSU Women’s Basketball team, she led the team to 13th place in the nation. She received a contract to play professional women’s basketball in first women’s league the WBL. Later, as a martial artist, she garnered a multitude of State and National Championship titles spanning her 7 years of competition. Dr. Lewine is 3rdDegree Black Belt in Taekwondo. As a highly regarded instructor and coach she taught students ranging in age from 3 to over 60!
Currently, Nancy and her partner breed and raise Champion Golden Retrievers. As an AKC Breeder of Merit, they compete in Conformation and Dog Sport Performance events earning an abundance of titles including the coveted Top 20 Golden Retriever two years in a row! They have been written up in news articles and appeared on local and national television.
Nancy follows her own advice applying her knowledge and expertise to her academic, consulting practice, and sport endeavors. Dr. Lewine forged her experience and expertise into the range of adjunct proprietary services including the Life/Energy Systems Balance, the Atalanta Syndrome of Self-Sabotage, Transformation Continuum, You, Inc. Personal Leadership Process, and Assertive Behavior. She effectively challenges other to raise their level of self-respect, set their own personal standards of excellence, and take action.
Dr. Lewine’s mission is to help organizations and individuals grow and develop their potential; to help Leaders and Managers navigate the pitfalls of Organizational Growing Pains; to teach people how to have a better Work/Life balance and how to achieve goals which make their dreams a reality!
Dr. Lewine’s dissertation, Leader-Follower Dysfunction: Follower Responses and Organizational Consequences, examined the nature and effects of dysfunctional behavior in the workplace.
She Co-authored, Make it Happen, a primer on goal setting for organizations.
She was an assistant editor of Active Training; published Goal Setting: Still the Best Kept Secret of Success; and co-authored New-Employee Orientation: Becoming Acquainted with a New Company for this same publication.
Dr. Lewine’s publishing credits also include a series of performance improvement articles in Taekwondo Today.