KILI is focused on a singular mission — to Engineer Winning Teams.
KILI partners with three distinct types of clients: Engineering Teams & Organizations, Engineering Professionals, and Engineering Schools & Universities. KILI has a unique process in which it supports its clients:
1. Own creating a strategy that links its business to its people
2. Drive those activities needed to maximize business results
3. Support their people & create a winning engineering team
KILI is different from other management consulting firms — its knowledge and expertise of the engineering profession combined with a hands-on approach to talent and organizational development differentiate itself as a trusted partner. Designed for Engineering Leaders to manage their team’s talent and organizational development, this framework has also been adapted to support Engineering Professionals to drive their career development. KILI also partners with Engineering Schools and Universities to help prepare students for careers in Engineering.
A career in Engineering has led Kyllan to pursue his passion— helping engineering teams to own, drive, and support their talent & organizational development. In 2019, after two decades in engineering, Kyllan started his own consulting practice, KILI, focused on a singular mission—to Engineer Winning Teams.
KILI is different from other management consulting firms—its knowledge and expertise of the engineering profession combined with a hands-on approach to talent and organizational development differentiate it as a trusted partner. KILI partners with three distinct types of clients: Engineering Teams, Engineering Professionals, and Engineering School Administrators.
A credentialed professional coach through the Coaches Training Institute (CTI) and the International Coaching Federation (ICF), Kyllan brings optimism and purpose to his work as a consultant and coach. An alumnus of Babson College and the University of New Hampshire, Kyllan holds a Masters of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering. Kyllan is also an active member of the New England Chapter of International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineers (ISPE) where he serves as co-lead for the Mentoring Program as well as a Moai co-lead.