Fedor is a leadership consultant who helps organizations and communities address complex challenges that make conventional leadership models fail. Currently Fedor is involved in rethinking the relationship between wealth and poverty in America, exploring ways to radically transform the impact of the plastic industry on the Pacific Ocean, bridging the gap between theory and practice in leadership, collaboration, and management, and more. Prior experience includes founding and running the Center for Intercultural Communication through which he educated 200+ executives, entrepreneurs, and business professionals in cultural intelligence.
Fedor has a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Asian and African Studies, both with honors, from Lomonosov Moscow State University where he studied resilience of complex socioeconomic systems of Asian and African countries. He has also studied team dynamics at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, Business Strategy at the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, and social innovation through courses and workshops offered by the Presencing Institute, the Society for Organizational Learning, the Art of Hosting Fellowship and other communities of practice. Fedor is a member of the Stanford Executive Circle, the In2In:Thinking Network, and the National Coalition for Dialogue and Deliberation. He also serves as Professional Development Workshop Co-Chair with the Academy of Management Practice Theme Committee.