Chatham Sullivan is an organizational psychologist and a partner at Pivot, a strategic leadership boutique that helps Fortune 500 executives lead through environments of disruption, uncertainty, and complexity. His consulting focuses on the intersection between strategy, leadership, and organizational dynamics - particularly in complex settings where politics, culture, and collaboration tend to shape a company’s biggest business decisions. He is the author of The Clarity Principle: How Great Leaders Make the Most Important Decision in Business (And What Happens When They Don't). He has taught at the Wharton School of Business and the School of Social Policy at the University of Pennsylvania. Chatham lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts with his wife Elizabeth and their two children, Sophia and Abraham. He is an avid fly fisherman, having once been a professional guide on Wyoming’s Platte River. Learn more about Chatham at http://pivotleadership.com/.