Organizations of all sizes and industries have been delighted with the extraordinary outcomes that have been produced.

These results have made Cooperperson Performance Consulting the solutions consultancy of choice for organizations throughout the US. Our training processes are licensed in Australia and New Zealand.

Cooperperson Performance Consulting Milestones

Cooperperson Performance Consulting | Milestones

2019

Launched #1 Best Selling Book, Desire, Discipline & Determination – Lessons from Bold Thought Leaders

2018

Selected by the Air National Guard to provide a series of Mentoring the Next Generation of Leaders Workshops in New York State.

2017

Produced and Nationally distributed “Connect 4 – Effective Communication” ™ – 8 micro – lessons, focusing on 4 ways to navigate different communication styles at work.

2014

Ellen was named one of Long Island’s 50 most influential people by the Long Island Press in their 12th annual Long Island Press Power List.

Long Island Business News named Ellen one of Long Island’s top 50 influential women for 2014.

2011

CPC goes global! Licensed full library of Corporate Training courses for distribution in Australia and New Zealand.

Launched new Family Business Division.

Through the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and We Move, CPC helped 8,000 doctors improve interpersonal and communication skills and enhance physician/patient communication.

2010

CPC earned the American Society for Training and Development’s top awards for “Best in Training” and
“Excellence in Organizational Transformation”

Helped 23 new clients build their businesses in the midst of an economic downturn.

2009

Chosen among “Top 5 Finalists” in the category of Leadership and Human Resources from thousands of nominees statewide for the New York Enterprise Report Small Business Awards

Recognized with the Cause Champion Award by The Long Island Way in recognition of community service in support of Best Buddies New York.

Honored as She Takes on the World Woman of the Year 2009 in the field of advocacy by SheTakesontheWorld.com, which paid tribute to a diverse group of women who inspire others in their every day lives.

2008

Selected to customize an actionable strategic program, “Navigating Through Tough Financial Times”, for Merrill Lynch Financial Advisors.

2007

Designs and Delivers customized Merger Integration process for Bank of New York and Mellon Corporation

2006

Featured in “Women Who Changed America” published by Illinois Press

2005

CPC’s work growing a Home Depot service merchandising company from 125 employees to 575 within 3 months is featured in Long Island Business News

2004

CPC forms strategic alliances with Sandler Sales Institute and Total Systems Education offering sales and project management programs across North America, South America, Europe and the Pacific Rim.

2003

Long Island Business News names Ellen Cooperperson “One of the top 50 business women on Long Island”
CPC establishes the Henry Schein Training Institute, designing and delivering Leadership and Management programs across the USA

2002

CPC establishes the Center for Leadership Excellence at Briarcliff College

2001

CPC designs and launches “The Successful Supervisor” curriculum for Cablevision University

2000

Ellen is the Keynote Speaker for the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM)

1995

CPC establishes the L’Oreal International Training Institute

1995

CPC awarded the “Best in Training and Organizational Development” from the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD)

1990

Ellen receives the Achievement Award in Business from the Long Island Center for Business and Professional Women

1989

CPC establishes the Newsday Leadership Institute.
CPC facilitates the strategic planning process for the growth and development of North Fork Bank

1986 – 1988

Ellen launches Corporate Performance Consultants, Inc. and introduces the Extraordinary Organization™ program to the US Postal Service

1984 – 1986

Ellen Cooperperson pilot tests the Extraordinary Organization™ program with Long Island Railroad managers and employees while on the faculty at the Cornell School of Industrial and Labor Relations