is Principal of McGonagill Consulting. His distinctive
expertise is in leadership development, developing a culture of
learning and coaching and individual coaching. His workshops on
leadership, conflict management, team building and interpersonal
skills have been offered through executive programs at Harvard
University's Kennedy School of Government, MIT's Sloan School
of Management, Babson College's Center for Executive Education
and Brandeis University's Heller School of Management. He holds
a doctorate from Harvard University, an M.A. from Stanford University
and a B.A. from the University of Texas.
Dr. McGonagill is a contributor to the Fifth Discipline Fieldbook,
edited by Peter Senge et al. (New York: Doubleday, 1994) and the
author of a chapter in Executive Coaching, edited by
C. Fitzgerald and J. Berger (San Francisco: Davies Black Publishing,
Our approach is based on rigorous research, driven by our passion
for understanding and improving human performance. Grady and Jerry
both have doctorates from Harvard University and over 50 years
of combined work experience in the field.
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