For more than 30 years, Linda Henman has helped leaders in Fortune 500 Companies, small businesses, and military organizations define their direction and select the best people to put their strategies in motion.
Linda holds a Ph.D. in organizational systems, two Master of Arts degrees in interpersonal communication and organizational development, and a Bachelor of Science degree in communication. By combining her experience as an organizational consultant with her education in business, she offers her clients selection, coaching, and consulting solutions that are pragmatic in their approach and sound in their foundation.
A former university professor, Dr. Henman belongs to the adjunct graduate faculty at Washington University, The National Speakers Association, The National Association of Corporate Directors, and the Air Force Association. She holds numerous certifications, including Director of Professionalism, a designation given by the National Association of Corporate Directors.
The author of The Magnetic Boss: How to Become the Leader No One Wants to Leave, Linda has served as a contributing editor of two editions of Small Group Communication: Theory and Practice, written peer-reviewed published articles, and authored numerous articles published in trade magazines.
Serious about humor, Linda draws from her original doctoral research on the Vietnam Prisoners of War to help leaders cope with change and adversity so they can emerge from setbacks hardier and more resilient. She continues her association with the Robert E. Mitchell Prisoner of War Center, a Naval research facility that has studied the Vietnam Prisoners of War since their 1973 repatriation.
Whether working with executives or members of the board of directors, Linda helps develop strategic leaders and solve critical problems. Her academic and corporate credentials enable her to improve individual performance and increase overall organizational effectiveness.