Rick Wellock

Rick Wellock

Rick Wellock

Rick Wellock is an Associate Member of SIMA International. He specializes in organizational transformation and personal and professional effectiveness.

Rick offers 24 years of experience in human systems development, organizational design and “pathing,” group facilitation and planning, professional and executive coaching, and relationship and team development. His methods are both simple and sensible. Using an organic, commonsense methodology, Rick applies a highly personal, navigational approach to catalyze and engage people in the way they uniquely work, in order to achieve their organization’s purpose with passion and competence.

By this means, Rick’s individual clients and client organization learn to do more of what they do best. He has an impressive ability to bring out individual and team strengths, and create a collaborative, more fully engaged workforce that desires to achieve and realize excellence. This naturally leads to a more productive and profitable stewardship of talent and organizational resources.

In addition to his work within SIMA International, Rick has served as senior consultant with the McNellis Company and Creative Planning Specialists. He currently serves as the Director of Individual and Organizational Transformation for the Pittsburgh Leadership Foundation.

A few of Rick’s corporate clients have included:

  • Amoco Oil
  • Budget Rent-a-Car
  • Clear Channel Communications
  • Conner Partners
  • W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery
  • Mercy Hospital Systems
  • McDonnell Douglas Aircraft
  • Upjohn
  • Bank of America
  • Frost National Bank
  • DuPont Chemical
  • Exxon
  • CNG Gas
  • Merck Pharmaceutical
  • The Pittsburgh Symphony
  • The Disney Corporation

Rick has also worked with a wide variety of privately held and family owned businesses, professional firms, and manufacturing companies, as well as nonprofit organizations.

Geneva College, Beaver Fallas, Pennsylvania, B.A.
Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary, M.Div.
Certifications from the New England Gestalt Institute and Interpersonal Communication Programs, Inc.