At work, one of the most difficult things for many of us is to tell others what we need from them and then staying with those decisions. Effective boundary or limit setting can increase productivity, teamwork, morale, and the bottom line. When we aren’t able to successfully set boundaries with others we can be angry and resentful with them and ourselves, resulting in being stressed out. Effective boundary setting can also be beneficial in personal relationships.
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When working with OD clients, he typically helps them assess their effectiveness, increase leadership skills, manage change, and develop effective teams. In his coaching practice he helps clients manage staff, communicate more effectively, foster teamwork, and manage stress. He has a particular interest in helping clients set and maintain better boundaries with others.
Some of his clients have included NASA, NIH, FDIC, IRS, Consumer Product Safety Commission, The Washington Post, Federal Realty Investment Trust, National Governors Association, and the National Association of Federal Credit Unions.
Prior to opening his consulting practice he was the Director of the Management Consulting Service at the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. He was Manager of Station Relations at NPR prior to his work at CPB.
He earned his MS degree in OD from the AU/NTL program, cohort 30, and he holds MA and BA degrees in Sociology from Rutgers University. He is also a Professional Certified Coach (PCC).
He received a Courageous Practitioner Award from the Chesapeake Bay Organization Development Network.
He is also an Air Force veteran.