Jillian Anderson, Principal

Jillian Anderson is a Principal at Axiom Consulting Partners. She brings to the firm eight years of experience consulting to leaders seeking improved effectiveness through organizational and leadership transformations.

At Axiom, Jillian leads teams designing and executing strategic changes that further clients’ objectives related to growth, impact, experience, and execution. In her advisory relationships with leaders, she brings insights anchored in data and behavioral science to help them organize their work and teams in service of their highest-priority goals.

I have found that in consulting, results are achieved when you ask the right questions and empower clients to do the same.

Experience

Prior to joining Axiom Consulting Partners, Jillian spent four years driving the day-to-day execution of a large medical research study at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, where she served as lead regulatory liaison and conducted participant-facing research that informed major insights on chronic kidney disease. She has also served clients as a consulting intern at Towers Watson.

Some of Jillian’s career highlights include:

  • Operating Model – developed and delivered a comprehensive new organization design for a social services provider to drive scalability, improved service delivery, and enhanced employee experience and career trajectory. 
  • Talent Management – translated a five-year organizational strategy at a non-profit organization into an HR strategy, reflecting the talent requirements of the organizational Vision.
  • Talent Management – designed and implemented a cross-functional leadership development curriculum for high-potential leaders at an Academic Medical Center, rooting program design in best practice for talent management and healthcare leadership. 
  • Team Effectiveness – partnered with top leaders in a distribution company to develop and implement a strategy to address key barriers to top-team effectiveness, improving ability to execute against strategic growth objectives.
  • Operating Model – designed patient care models for complex, chronic patients at an academic health system, enabling better forecasting of needs, reductions in cost of care delivery, targeted workforce planning, and higher quality of care.

Jillianearned her Master of Science in Education and a Bachelor of Arts in Communication, both from the University of Pennsylvania. She is a Certified Facilitator of the Hogan Leadership Assessment Suite. Her written work has been published in Talent Quarterly 

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