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- Phone: (775) 833-4501
- Address: P.O. Box 3997, Incline Village, NV 89450
Ed Gurowitz has spent over 30 years on the front lines of organizational transformation, partnering with executives, entrepreneurs, and organizations to provide training and consulting in leadership, communication, collaboration, and organizational effectiveness through executive coaching, consulting, and designing and delivering programs. He has consulted to organizations ranging from Fortune 100 companies to startups and non-profits.
Twenty-five years as a consultant to businesses and non-profit organizations; Psychologist, designer and leader of programs to over 100,000 people worldwide, particularly U.S.A., Germany, Austria, Canada, Israel, U.K., Australia, Sweden, Hungary, Botswana. Top marks from all sectors for quality of training programs and of delivery. Academic teaching experience in Psychology and Management.
- B.A., Psychology, Cornell University, 1964, Ph.D., Psychology, University of Rochester, 1968
- US Public Health Service Post-Doctoral Fellow,UniversityofIllinoisCollegeofMedicine, 1968
- International Brain Research Organization, grant for foreign study (declined)
- Several hundred hours of training in group facilitation, program design, and management theory and practice. Former associations: Fellow, American Orthopsychiatric Association, Clinical Teaching Member, International Transactional Analysis Association, Member, American Psychological Association, Member, Academy of Management, Member, American Society for Training and Development. 1964-Present
- Securities Training Corporation 40-hour program to prepare for NASD Series 7 exam 2005
- Formerly Licensed Psychologist in New York, Vermont, and Massachusetts
- Formerly Certified Professional Consultant to Management (CPCM)
- Have served as Board member for numerous startups and non-profit organizations.
- Certified in Myers-Briggs, DISC, Hogan and other assessments
- Published one book (Molecular Basis of Memory, Prentice-Hall, 1969), numerous articles in experimental psychology, brain research, clinical psychology, and organizational design, most recent article The Interaction Economy (with P.M. Connolly), The Effective Executive, October, 2008. Publications list on request.
Statement of Purpose
Having worked with CEOs and top executives in the U.S., Europe, and other countries, I offer a proven record of successful consulting on issues of strategy, organizational design, productivity, and breakthrough results.
Coaching is interacting with people in a way that teaches them to produce results that they would not have produced without being coached.
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