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Carrie Miceli

University of Washington
The natural talent I’d like to be gifted with

Scratch golfer.

A life change that seemed risky at the time but turned out positive

Very early in my career I decided to try out consulting, although I had no idea what it meant to be a consultant.  At the time it sounded exciting and over 25 years later it still is!

At the top of my bucket list

To have a long vacation in Greece.

What “Breaking away from the expected” means to me

Breaking away from the expected means to listen whole heartedly before determining what needs to be done next. Consultants are often expected to have a solution at the ready.  However, when you spend more time listening and understanding the uniqueness of the situation, you can provide more value and make a bigger impact.

Something most people might not know

I showed horses growing up, including some rodeo.

My favorite motto

A picture says a thousand words.

Eagle Hill blog posts from Carrie


How to preserve employee experience amid layoffs

By Carrie Miceli

Learn how to preserve your employee experience amid layoffs, including eight actionable ways business leaders can support their teams.


The most wonderful time of the year can also be the most stressful. Here’s how your workplace can meet the challenge.

By Carrie Miceli

Workers are on the move during the Great Resignation—but 54% say they have better job opportunities at their current organization. Find out how your internal mobility programs can improve retention and give your organization a competitive edge.


Seattle employers, are you ready to return to work? 6 tips Seattle companies can use to guide their back to workplace plans

By Carrie Miceli

Seattle companies face massive challenges in transitioning employees back to the workplace. We share six guiding principles Seattle employers can use in developing their return to work plan.