|Entertaining Speaker, Professor
Keynote, interactive training
sessions, and user groups.
Watson has presented speeches and workshops that have received standing
ovations from audiences of over 3,000. He offers a variety of topics on
behavioral sciences, workplace values, team-building, and psychological
profiling. He is consistently ranked as one of the top presenters at user
conferences and trade conventions internationally. Three decades of
experience in consulting and education, and formerly a Professor of
Instructional Psychology at Wheaton College.
National publications and trade journals.
|Watson's research has been featured in the New York
Times, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, and on
national radio and television programs. He has written journal articles, and
psychology, sales, and team-building workbooks for nationally known
publishers. Member of: American Psychological Association, and National
Speakers Association among others.
|Behavioral Science Developer
Leadership Profiles for: Workplace
Values, Preferred Style, and Job Culture Analysis.
|His industry-specific seminars show professionals in
sales, customer service, and technical support how to better understand
themselves and their customers for increased effectiveness. Watson's
research on Workplace Values spans over two decades, and has gained wide
acceptance across the country. The unique "Leadership Profile" reports are
used in pre-hire screening, team-building, management, and training models
across North America. The reports provide detailed information on HO«' a
person completes the job (behavioral style), WHY they do what they do
(values), and the perceived CULTURE in which they do the job, resulting in
increased effectiveness and optimal human performance.
|TV Anchorman, Radio Host
||For eight years Dr. Russ Watson was seen weekly in
Chicago as News Anchorman for the NBC-TV" (WMAQ) Everyman program. He
has also been Producer and Host of the NBC-FM (WKQX) Open Circuit
radio program, both sponsored by the Church Federation of Greater Chicago.