Tehila Lieberman is an award-winning writer, editor and coach with over 25 years of experience. She has worked as a Developmental Editor for the Harvard Business Publishing Brief Case program, and has written handbooks and tools for Harvard Business Review‘s Product Group. She has also worked as a Developmental Editor on the Northeast Ocean Plan being developed per an executive order from President Obama.
In the financial services and high-tech world, she has designed and written client-facing product and technical documentation and communications.
Additionally, Tehila has coached Harvard Business School students for over 18 years, both in the HBS PreMBA program and one-on-one with students referred for support. She has worked extensively with non-native English speakers, both in a past capacity teaching ESL and in her various HBS roles. Recently, Tehila has helped launch the Laureate Initiative MBA Preparation and Support Program at Boston Global Communications & Performance.
Tehila also enjoys assisting both fiction and non-fiction writers with their projects, providing both developmental and substantive editing. She herself is a published author who has been the recipient of several prestigious literary prizes, including the 2012 Katherine Anne Porter Prize in Short Fiction. She holds a B.A. in English Literature and a Masters degree in Psychology.
- Contemporary Authors: Fiction, Non-Fiction, Poetry
- French-American Chamber of Commerce, Boston
- Harvard Business Publishing
- Harvard Business Review Product Group
- Harvard Business School
- Northeast Ocean Council
- Northeastern University
- SEI Investments
- Trapeze Global, Belgium
- Vidinoti, Switzerland
JOINING BUSINESS AND CREATIVE SKILLS
“For over 25 years, I have simultaneously worked in both the creative and business arenas. Rather than create a conflict, I found that doing so provided a very rich and unique cross-training. My creative projects have helped hone my abilities as an ‘idea’ and ‘problem solving’ person who can bring a fresh approach or presentation to a business communication project. My work in the private sector, which has included the worlds of finance and technology, has honed project and deadline management skills, strategic approach skills and the ability to work with multiple groups and individuals in multiple locations to bring a project to completion.”