is a licensed psychologist with a clinical practice in Portland,
OR; she has more than 25 years of experience in management
training and organization development within the US and abroad.
She is co-author of Version 4 & 5 of the
has more than 25 years of experience teaching applied behavioral
science at the graduate level for the University of Southern
California, Syracuse University and the Federal Executive
Institute. He has extensive experience doing management and
organizational consulting in the US and abroad. He is co-author
of Version 4 and 5 of the
NEWELL, M. DIV.
is a Jungian analyst with a clinical practice in Portland.
She was formerly the Coordinator of Analyst Training for the
C.G. Jung Institute of New York and served on the staff of
the Jungian Analysts North Pacific. She was a contributor
to the creation of Version 4 of the SL-TDI.
has served as a consultant to governments and private organizations
throughout Asia, the Middle East, and Africa as well as hundreds
of US organizations. She has designed and delivered workshops
on career and life planning. She has been involved in psychology
for over 25 years. Pauline taught in the International Training
of Trainers Program at USC for more than 20 years.
has worked with organizations in both the public and private
sectors for 25 years. Her expertise includes leadership development,
conflict resolutions, strategic planning, and large-scale
system change projects. Sharon holds a Master's Degree in
Counseling Psychology and a certification in Organizational
Development. She has also has completed advanced mediation
training and is a founder and Executive Director of the Women's
Center for Applied Leadership.
is on the faculty of the School of Business Administration,
Calgary University where he teaches courses in executive and
career development as well as other behavioral science courses.
He has extensive international and domestic experience as
a consultant and trainer. Currently he is completing his training
to become a Jungian analyst.
Hein has an established consulting practice in Beaverton,
Oregon which focuses on valuing diversity, building high performing
work teams, planning for and managing change, and facilitation
skills. Alanna taught graduate and undergraduate courses in
the business and management department for four years at Marylhurst
College. She has been a Director of Human Resources, Senior
Affirmative Action Officer for the Sate of Washington, Community
Advocate, and Auditor.
is a senior consultant in organization development with Cumulus
Consulting Corporation. She has 20 years of experience facilitating
large and small groups, coaching managers and leaders and
managing change. Diana is also a founding member and the Director
of Curriculum Development for the Women's Center for Applied
Leadership in Portland, OR.