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Hendrie Weisinger, PHD
Dr. Hendrie Weisinger, Ph.D. is trained in clinical, counseling, and organizational psychology and is a two-time New York Times Bestselling author. He is a leading authority in the application of Emotional Intelligence, an expert in Anger Management, the originator of the highly regarded techniques of Criticism Training, and a pioneer in the emerging new field, Pressure Management. He has authored books on all of these subjects, and is the senior author of the recent NY Times Bestseller, Performing Under Pressure: The Science Of Doing Your Best When It Matters Most.
Dr. Weisinger has consulted and conducted numerous workshops and presentations multiple times for dozens of Fortune 500 Companies such as Merrill Lynch, IBM, Morgan Stanley, AT&T, Intel, Chase, Nationwide, Fidelity, Prudential, Bank of America, BlackRock, The Hartford, Hyatt, Hughes Aircraft, TRW, Merck, Kraft, Estée Lauder, Medtronic, SAP, McDonald’s, Investors Group, KPMG, REMAX, to name just a few. In addition, his expertise has also been sought by government agencies, including the U.S. Justice Department, Secret Service, CIA, National Security Agency, FBI, Department of Labor, IRS, EPA and many military branches.
He is a frequent speaker to many professional organizations, including The Young Presidents’ Organization, School Systems, and Mental Health Organizations. Dr. Weisinger’s work has been featured multiple times in numerous newspapers and national magazines, including The New York Times Sunday Business Section, USA Today, Business Week, Forbes, Success, and The Wall Street Journal. He is a popular blogger for The Huffington Post, Psychologytoday.com, Lifehack and others.
He has made over 500 appearances on TV news and information programs, including Good Morning America, Oprah, and was featured 5 consecutive days on The Today Show’s special on Anger Management.
Dr. Weisinger has taught in many leading executive education and executive MBA programs, including Wharton, UCLA, NYU, Penn State, Cornell and University of Washington.