For over a decade, Paul Anderson has combined his many years of management experience in the financial sector with his proven facilitation, coaching and organizational development skills to form his own, highly successful consulting business. Mr. Anderson is dedicated to assisting individuals and teams in building their capacity, achieving their mission, and improving the quality of their life in the workplace. He has provided leadership programs to firms such as Levi Strauss, Sun Micro Systems and Dreyer’s Grand Ice Cream, as well as local government agencies.
Currently, Paul is Dean of the School for Managing, whose faculty includes such internationally famed authors and teachers as Peter Block and Meg Wheatley. Mr. Anderson is associated with the Leadership Center West, whose use of Dialogic, a program for improving communication, is having a profound effect on organizations in the Bay Area. As a facilitator of the individual and team assessment tool, the Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument, he is helping organizations raise awareness, understanding and acceptance of differences in thinking preferences.
Mr. Anderson is a trained educator in the Covey Leadership Centers Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, and Principle-Centered Leadership. He is an associate of the Wilfred Jarvis Institute and received his training as a Four Quadrant Leadership educator from Wilfred Jarvis. Mr. Anderson brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the area of leadership and to the development of human potential within dynamic organizations.
An ex-U.S. Navy Officer, serving a term in Vietnam, Mr. Anderson earned his MBA from the University of California, Berkeley, and has a BA in Economics from the University of California, Davis.
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