Celia Kirwan

Celia Kirwan
Partner

Celia Kirwan is a Partner at Schaffer Consulting and has had over 15 years experience in top management consulting firms including Mercer Management Consulting (now Oliver Wyman) and Kinsley Lord-Towers Perrin. During her consulting career, Celia has worked in a variety of sectors including financial services, healthcare, agrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, retail, and not-for-profit for clients including Citigroup, ConAgra Foods, Novartis, Syngenta, The Body Shop, The National Trust, and UPS. Her international experience includes work in the US, the UK, and other European countries. Helping organizations work better to achieve their business results is Celia's primary goal. Celia trains and coaches Schaffer Consulting clients in the Rapid Results approach and the WorkOut process.

Located in Boston, Celia is active in a number of professional development organizations and has presented at the Boston Facilitators Roundtable, the Boston Trainers Roundtable, the Human Resources Leadership Forum's Career Readiness Group, and to graduate students at Emerson College among others.

Celia has a BA from the University of Sussex in England and a Master's Degree in Geography from Boston University. She is a trained mediator.



Celia Kirwan'S RECENT THOUGHT LEADERSHIP

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How Cleveland Clinic Tackles EHR Implementation

Recently, Schaffer consultants Daniel Dworkin, Celia Kirwan, and Evan Smith posted 5 Strategies to Drive Successful Results in EHR Implementation. Melissa McCormack of Software Advice, a provider …

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For Successful EHR Implementation Focus on the People, Not the Technology

Realizing the full value of electronic health records (EHR) is truly a people-centric mission. This article offers five instrumental strategies for making engagement a catalyst for EHR success -- incl…

Celia Kirwan'S RECENT WORK

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