Get UNSTUCK: Become a High Performing Leader with Sports Psychologist, Dr. Jim Andrews

  • 17 May 2016
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Redstone Federal Credit Union - Wynn Drive in Huntsville

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Stuck in a career rut? Can't seem to breakthrough to the next level in your career? What do Leadership and Sports Psychology have in common? More than you think.

 

Learn the tips and techniques that high performing athletes use to achieve great success in their sport. Attend this event with Dr. Jim Andrews, Manager for Organizational Development at NASA - Marshall Space Flight Center, Redstone Arsenal, Alabama.

 

      

 

1 - Participants will learn what leaders get paid to do.   

 

2  - Participants will learn what high performance leaders in business and sports have in common- or not.

 

3  - Participants will learn what they can do to become leaders at any level.

 

 

Dr. Andrews is an organization and leadership development professional. Jim worked with four national consulting firms to client companies developing high performance individuals and organizations. Jim also worked as Vice President of Organizational Development and Human Resources for two private sector companies. Jim was Lieutenant Commander in the U.S. Navy serving as staff Psychologist at the Naval Regional Medical Center in Oakland, CA; and worked as a group leader for the Meyer Freidman Institute for Coronary Artery Disease and Type-A behavior. He was Sports Psychologist at the University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA developing a sports psychology program for the Division I golf team.

 

Jim taught Business Communication at the HAAS School of Business, Berkley, CA; Organizational Behavior and Decision Making at Dominican University, San Rafael, CA; and Psychology at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN. He is an accomplished author with a number of published works to his credit, e.g., Workers’ Identity Issues Effecting Mergers and Acquisitions, White Paper 2005; Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM); Facilitating Conflict Resolution: Four Behavioral Cornerstones, 2006 Sourcebook, Association of Training and Development (ASTD); Group Consensus Decision Making, Organizational Design and Development, Inc., Houston, TX, 1999; Intuitive Decision Making Profile, Organizational Design and Development, Inc. Houston, TX, 1999; Managing the Aftermath of Downsizing, December 1995, HR Tools Conference, Orlando, FL .

 

Jim is a past President of the American Association for Training and Development, Golden Gate Chapter, San Francisco, and a past Chair of the Northern California Human Resource Association. He received his PhD in Psychology from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee.

Jim currently leads the Organization and Leadership Development Office at the Marshall Space Flight Center NASA.

 

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