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Carol Mase

Carol has held numerous leadership positions in the Pharmaceutical industry – both formal and informal. She moved from an R&D position to the Neuroscience Product Development Unit in Germany when Bayer Pharmaceuticals reorganized. As global leader for Strategic Marketing and New Business Development, she worked with business and marketing leaders in Europe, North America, Japan, and Emerging Markets to plan medium and long-term strategy as well as align short-term plans, goals, and objectives.

Upon returning to the US, Carol moved to Bristol-Myers Squibb where she served in two roles: global strategic marketing for the Immunology franchise and leading the Product Development and Commercialization process renewal. The latter sparked her interest in organizational change and adaptation.

Since 2000, when she formed Cairn Consultants, Carol has worked with companies, teams, and leaders to develop the skills, mental models, and organizational structures that allow for adaptation to innovation, emerging market forces, and strategic redirection (both internal and external). As an executive coach (Masters level training, and Emotional Intelligence Team/ Individual Coach and Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Certifications) and using a systems approach, Carol works with leaders to develop Personal Mastery, Shared Vision, Team Performance, and Culture to increase organizational learning.

Her diverse academic training includes: BA Psychology, MA in Human Ecology and Interpersonal Relations, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, MSc Anatomy, and Executive Business training. She serves as a Board member for the Society of Organizational Learning, and has contributes as a peer reviewer for the Academy of Management. Carol lives north of Philadelphia in Bucks County, which affords her easy access to the city life while enjoying the benefits or rural living.

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