Dr. Conley has helped organizations with change in more than 20 countries over the past 30 years. He has led projects in Japan, the Dominican Republic and the U.S. and served on the faculties of the School for International Training's Graduate Institute, The New School, Tokyo Joggakan College, and Marlboro College Graduate School. He served as Chief Learning Officer for Marlboro College and was its director of Graduate and Professional Studies. He has presented to Google’s Think Tank on Education. In his doctoral research at Columbia University Teachers College explored the ways in which feedback aids and impedes learning.
Dr. Conley's consulting work focuses on helping leaders, teams and organizations develop the collaborative learning strategies needed to adapt to ever-changing environments. He's a licensed NBI practitioner, an individual and team thinking preferences tool, and a Trainer of Trainers for Results-Based Accountability (RBI), a methodology for developing concrete performance measurements for mission-based organizations. He has conducted numerous workshops and plenary presentations for organizations of teachers, nonprofit and mission-driven organizations, professional associations, governments, and businesses.
In addition to serving as a fellow for the Institute for Collaborative Learning, Dr. Conley is an affiliated faculty member for the School for International Training.