Jerald M. Jellison, PhD
Dr. Jerry Jellison has been a full professor of social psychology at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles for over 30 years. He held previous appointments at Duke University, the University of Missouri, and the University of Texas, Austin.
As president and now chairman of the board, of the 30,000 member USC Credit Union, Dr. Jellison has helped to create over a 100-fold increase in assets from $2 million to over $300 million. This real world experience informs his ideas on implementing change.
Jerry has been teaching his practical techniques for implementing change to business professionals throughout the world for the past 25 years. He has extensive experience consulting with all levels of management.
His book, Overcoming Resistance, published by Simon & Schuster, was a Fortune Book Club selection and was named a top business book of 1993. McGraw-Hill published his Managing the Dynamics of Change in July 2006.
A highly skilled keynote speaker, Jerry has been addressing audiences throughout the world for over 25 years. He has extensive experience connecting with all levels of management from CEOs to front line supervisors and employees. His speech topics include:
Creating a Culture
Improving Customer and Work Relationships
Audiences immediately recognize that Dr. Jellison provides substantive new practical ideas and tools, as well as being an engaging speaker. Jerry draws on his academic research and his practical experience in leading the transformation of a major financial organization.
Areas of experience and focus
Sales Motivation and Development
The winner of multiple teaching excellence awards, Jerry’s presentations are filled with humor and a phenomenal positive energy. All types of audiences respond to Jerry’s combination of enthusiasm and substance.
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Barbara Mintzer-McMahon, MSW, MFT
For over 25 years, Ms. McMahon has specialized in Transformational Change and Organizational Development. In 1989 she created and founded The Center for Transitional Management, in Orinda, California. She facilitates workshops and consults both nationally and internationally for a wide variety of professional organizations including those in business, medicine, high-risk occupations, mental health and education. She has a Master's Degree in Social Work and is a Licensed Marriage Family Therapist (MFT).
Ms. McMahon is a member of the executive leadership team and head of the Women in Leadership Consulting Division for The Alexcel Group. She has been partnered with Alexcel and the Institute for Executive Development in a research project and paper on “Best Practices for Executives in Transition” and is frequently called upon to speak and consult on this topic. From 2003 through 2010 she held the position as head of the coaching faculty for the Global Institute for Leadership Development at Linkage, Inc.
Based on her specialization in leadership development and organizational change, she is a contributing author to “Enlightened Power: How Women Are Transforming the Practice of Leadership” (2005). She is also a contributing author to Marshall Goldsmith's book, “Coaching for Leadership” (2012) showcasing her model for Transformational Change, a co-author of “Taking the Stage: Breakthrough Stories from Women Leaders” (2013), and contributing author to "Women in Sync" by Suzanne Weinstein (2013).
Ms. Mintzer-McMahon was an instructor for over twenty years in the Graduate Psychology Department at John F. Kennedy University in Orinda, California, teaching Systems Theory and Group Dynamics. She also held a position on the adjunct faculty at St. Mary’s College in Orinda where she taught Group Dynamics in the Department of Education & Graduate Psychology.
Ms. Mintzer-McMahon is a psychotherapist and has accumulated over twenty-five years of clinical experience. During part of this time she worked as a full time clinical consultant to a Police Department in Northern California. While working for the police she developed one of the first systemically oriented programs in Stress Management and soon became sought after as a consultant in Stress Management for both Businesses and Professionals in High Risk Occupations.
Linda Vera Roethlisberger, PHBern (Pädagogische Hochschule)
Coach, Author, Founder Trilogos
Linda Vera Roethlisberger has been a pioneer for thirty years in Europe in the field of personality and consciousness development, with a strong focus on character formation. Linda is the founder of the TRILOGOS Institute of Personality and Awareness Training in Zurich, Switzerland; her methodology for personal growth through the integration of cognitive, emotional and spiritual resources has been successfully applied in Switzerland as well as abroad. Linda has published several books including the three-level Trilogos basic course “In Contact with the Inner Voice” (2012) which can be accomplished in conjunction with coaching or independently. Linda’s work is now being translated from German into English.
From an academic point of view, the Trilogos method is based on approaches of humanistic pedagogy, transpersonal psychology as well as philosophical practice. As the name Trilogos indicates, by means of this method one can harness and combine one’s cognitive (IQ), emotional (EQ) and spiritual (SQ) resources in order to unfold one’s human potential (PsyQ). Therefore the equation IQ + EQ + SQ = PsyQ®. For more information on the methodology, please click here to see the following website: https://www.trilogos.ch/page/trilogos-method
The Trilogos PsyQ® method was successfully evaluated by means of empirical studies in 2016 within the Faculty of Psychology at Vienna University. Significant improvements in various areas of life have been verified such as improvement of subjective life quality, the self-concept of one’s own abilities to improve as well as the improvement of stress management. (Please see Dreger, 2016 and scroll down to read the abstract translated into English.)
Linda’s vast expertise and methodology focus on the following key areas:
Goal Setting and Achievement of Goals
Personal Character Evolution
In 2012 Linda established the Trilogos Foundation, the central purpose of which is to raise public awareness about the relevance of personality and consciousness development and their impact on the development of society. The Foundation is denominationally unaffiliated, politically independent, and maintains a non-profit status. The mission of the Foundation is to continue the body of work of Linda Vera Roethlisberger president of the Foundation.
Linda and her team are pleased to begin to offer her services in the US as an adjunct to the services provided by Sharon Griggs and her organization, Coaching for Leadership and Change. For further information please visit the Trilogos homepage www.trilogos.ch or contact Linda at firstname.lastname@example.org.