Karen Lawson, PhD, CSP
Dr. Karen Lawson is an international consultant, speaker, and author.
She is president of Lawson Consulting Group, Inc., a consulting
firm, specializing in organization and management development.
Karen is also a founding partner of TACTools. She has extensive
consulting and workshop experience in the areas of management,
team development, communication, and quality service. She has
held many key leadership positions in professional organizations
and has also received numerous professional awards for her contribution
to the training profession. Karen holds a doctorate in Adult
and Organizational Development from Temple University. She earned
her MA from the University of Akron and BA from Mount Union
College. She is also a graduate of the National School of Banking
in Fairfield, Connecticut. She is the author of 8 books: The
Art of Influencing; The Trainer’s Handbook;
Train-the-Trainer Facilitator’ Guide; Improving
Workplace Performance Through Coaching; Improving On-the-Job
Training and Coaching; New Employee Orientation Training;
50 Communications Activities; and Involving Your
Audience: Making It Active. She is also co-author of 101
Ways to Make Training Active, and has contributed to a
number of anthologies as well as published dozens of articles
in professional journals.
Learn more about Karen by contacting or visiting her at:
William G. Stieber, PhD, CSP
Dr. William G. Stieber is president of Orchestrated
Dynamics, Inc., a training and organization development firm
specializing in a three-pronged approach to managing change
- leadership development, team building and development and
process improvement/organization redesign. He is also a founding
partner of TACTools. Bill has held a number of professional
and leadership positions in management development, training
and development and organization design and development for
several firms in the manufacturing and financial services prior
to starting his own practice. He holds a B.S. from Pennsylvania
State University; an M.B.A from LaSalle University; and a Ph.D.
in Adult and Organization Development from Temple University.
Bill is the author of Teaming for Improvement (BookPartners,
1999) and contributor to Thriving on Change in Organizations
(Select Press, 1997); has developed many written instruments,
simulations, and articles published in Mel Silberman's Active
Training Program series.
Learn more about Bill by contacting or visiting him at:
Bill Stieber, PhD
Orchestrated Dynamics, Inc.
2865 So. Eagle Road PMB # 388
Newtown, PA 18940
Lawson Consulting Group, Inc.
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