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Dr. Howard Eisenberg
With a masterful suite of qualifications, real-world experience and unique skills, Dr. Howard Eisenberg, is a performance-enhancing powerhouse for personal and business success.
Dr. Eisenberg is a specialist in enhancing individual performance and collaborative intelligence.
Howard has a diverse and accomplished background himself as an Entrepreneur, Executive, Neuroscientist, Physician, Psychotherapist, Professor, Author, Radio Host, Management Consultant, Corporate Trainer, Keynote Speaker & Executive Coach.
He is the Founder of SYNTREK® Inc. and the Center for Mind Enhancement©. Noted internationally for his pioneering expertise in Change Management and Innovation, with a Fortune 100 clientele ranging from American Express to Xerox, and extending as far afield as Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.
Clients leverage his expertise in Creative Thinking for strategic advantage, Stress Management for optimizing personal energy and resilience, Team Building for collaborative synergy, and achieving breakthrough goals through personal Strategic Planning & Executive Coaching.
Some of Dr. Howard Eisenberg’s Clients
I am particularly impressed at your ability to facilitate difficult concepts with ease, and your mastery at helping people explore deeper aspects of their being in a very non-threatening and sensitive manner. I also very much appreciate the time you invested in understanding Motorola culture before designing the segments and your efforts at working tirelessly with the rest of my team to ensure complete customer delight.Harsh Muthal, Director, Motorola Management Institutes, MOTOROLA INC.
I am happy to report that we achieved the desired results… the manner and flexibility you exhibited in dealing with the particularly sensitive issues of the relationships between certain of our executives has helped our company progress profitably. Initially, the parties worked together with a degree of animosity; your help resulted in the same individuals directing all energies to outside problems rather than internal divisions.Fred Litwin, President FIRST CORPORATE EQUITY LTD.
Your talk was fascinating and brought to us thoughtful ideas about the meaning of work, and the impact of social change on the lives of workers. Your passion and dedication to your subject was felt and appreciated.Brian L. Grant, MD, President ACADEMY OF ORGANIZATIONAL AND OCCUPATIONAL PSYCHIATRY
Dr. Howard Eisenberg’s Blog
The Art & Science of Wise Decision-making Decisions based on fear, or short-term greed, are not wise. Computers and telecommunication technologies enable immediate access to information about almost anything. But knowledge of information is not wisdom. And everything has a ‘cost’ – the flood of mindless distractions in modern life…
LIFE’S MOST IMPORTANT LESSON© If only we could live our lives in reverse – with the benefit of hindsight we could have made very different & smarter choices in the past to have achieved a happier future. The quality of decisions are usually dumbed down by emotions. We mostly base…