• Wilbur Pike’s career in the field of human development spans more than 30 years. He has worked internally in the field of social services in the YMCA, in manufacturing, in finance, insurance, government and multiple other industries. As an independent consultant his work has taken him through hundreds of assignments with companies all over the world.
  • Mr. Pike’s academic background includes an undergraduate degree in Secondary Education and an MA in Organizational Psychology. He has devoted much of his professional career to the study and practice of effective management behaviors as well as within the broad field of interpersonal effectiveness.
  • In 1995 Mr. Pike published his first book called Leading the Transition, the first book focusing on the leadership requirements need to complete a transition from traditional hierarchical organizational structure to one of team based decision making.
  • He has maintained a private practice in management consulting, coaching and training for 32 years.
  • Wilbur resides in Litchfield with his wife Lois, following his passions in woodworking, fishing, music and writing. Their home, an 1820 farmhouse, has been their ever-developing sanctuary and emotional renewal source. They have four adult children and six grandchildren.