Robert Pasick Ph.D: Since earning his Ph.D. in clinical psychology and public practice from Harvard University in 1975, Rob has provided leadership development services through teaching, coaching, speaking and writing. He is the president and founder of Leaders Connect and CEO Connect, which are leadership development and networking programs for executives and entrepreneurs. Rob is dedicated to assisting individuals and organizations to reach their full potential by teaching proven techniques in executive coaching, providing opportunities for company leaders to connect with one another and educating your workforce through motivational speaking.
Services provided by Dr. Pasick:
- Individual Executive Coaching
- Team-based Executive Coaching & Consulting
- Keynote Speaking & Training
- Advisory Board Services
Dr. Pasick has been a trusted advisor to many including:
Blue Care Network
Afghan Ministry to the United Nations
Michigan Economic Development Corporation
United Bank and Trust
President of Rwanda
Thomson Reuters - 9/11 Consultant
Ford Motor Company
University of Michigan Healthcare System
Trinity Healthcare Systems
Books written by Dr. Robert Pasick, Ph.D:
Excerpt from Balanced Leadership in Unbalanced Times written by Robert Pasick, Ph.D.
"Despite our propensity to pour more time and energy into work, our culture is changing. People in every generation from baby boomer to millennials, are seeking the keys to a life of greater meaning. They want their values to permeate everything, from work to home life and free time.
Shifting economic forces and strident cultural wars are helping to spur these changes. There's no longer a mentality of abundance, of an unbounded world and resources without end. People are tired of endless fighting over beliefs. As information rockets around the globe at warp speed, people are more aware than ever that their actions can have wide impact - and that they might have less control over what the impact might be. The result is a deep desire to reset the balance, to restore meaning, to find personal points of balance."