A perfect blend of experience, wisdom and practical advice.
Michael F. Broom, Ph.D.
Dr. Michael F. Broom is a powerful executive coach, organization development consultant, and educator. His philosophy is to…
Work with clients to identify and resolve their own issues
Leave clients with higher skills levels than they previously had
Build high levels of productivity through powerful relationships of reciprocal influence
Empower clients to self-discover their own inherent excellence
He has worked with clients at Google, Microsoft, N.A.S.A., Genentech and
the U.S. Army. TV stations and mortuaries as well as not-for-profit
outfits have all been his clients. He helps clients large and small
to resolve problems of miscommunication, misalignment, conflict, and
poor performance that seem to arise whenever people trying to
get something done together.
He has been on the faculty of Johns Hopkins University Graduate Programs in Applied Behavioral
Science. He also has been adjunct
faculty at Georgetown University, American University, Fielding Graduate
University, and Morgan State University teaching courses in human and
Dr. Broom has served on the board of directors of the NTL
Institute for Applied Behavioral Science and the board of trustees of
the national Organization Development Network.
Dr. Broom is author of Power, The Infinite Game, co-authored with Dr. Donald Klein and The Infinite Organization which celebrates the positive use of power in organizations.
In 2015, he was honored the national OD Network with their Lifetime Achievement Award!
Rani H. Gill, M.A.
Rani H. Gill, M.A. uses her love of learning and
desire to understand how the world works to open space for human systems
change. Working at the intersection of business, education and
technology, she brings years of experience building learning solutions in
Learning is about change. Change
takes energy. What gives us energy? How do we recharge and learn to be
playful and innovative in the complexity of a global world then shift to
a calm focus to get the work done? Learning is about doing. It's about
developing the confidence and competence to move our thoughts to
actions. It's about knowing not just how to do things, but what things
to do -- right here, right now, in this situation.
We are Psychologists, we are Experienced, we are Educators.