Company: Corporate Initiatives
Location: Ardmore, PA
Ardmore, PA, February 21, 2011, Dr. Moss A. Jackson, Founder and President of Corporate Initiatives, has been recognized by Elite American Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in business consulting services.
Dr. Jackson attributes 38 years of professional success to his optimism, curiosity, ongoing education and resiliency. Celebrating his 22nd year as the founder and president of Corporate Initiatives, he has attained a mastery of facilitating organizational change brought on by mergers, acquisitions or alterations in leadership. Utilizing his expertise in leadership development, executive coaching and talent management, he is renowned for his ability to build powerful and effective organizational cultures by selecting the appropriate people for the job, and developing them into loyal and productive employees. Dr. Jackson achieves this through strategic planning retreats, where he trains managers in high-impact communication and conflict resolution skills.
He became involved in his profession after training as a clinical psychologist. While counseling for high-level professional companies, he became frustrated when a number of highly intelligent clients with good problem-solving skills could not move forward with their personal and professional lives. He soon realized that they were either victims or survivors. Having a desire to transform them into success navigators, he embarked on a lifelong mission to help clients, patients and companies.
In 1970, Dr. Jackson graduated from Temple University with a Ph.D. in clinical psychology, which he also holds a license to practice in the state of Pennsylvania. To further enhance his skills, he became a certified professional TriMetrix analyst though Target Teaching International, where he was also named the Researcher Consultant of the Year in 2008 for marketing and selling to Generation Y. Dr. Jackson is professionally affiliated with The Philadelphia Society of Clinical Psychologists and the American Psychological Association. He is also a supporter of the Hunger Project and the WHYY public broadcasting network.
For more information on Corporate Initiatives, please visit http://www.corporateinitiatives.com
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