Michael F. Broom, Ph.D.
Michael F. Broom, Ph.D. is an Organizational Psychologist who as worked for over 40 years as an executive coach, organizational facilitator, and trainer. Throughout those 25 years he has also been very involved in the education of those interested in organizational and social change. At Johns Hopkins University, he has been a full-time (1978-83) and part-time (1983-2001) faculty member of the Graduate Program in Applied Behavioral Science. At Georgetown University he has been adjunct faculty for the Certificate Program in Organizational Development. He was also adjunct faculty in the American University/National Training Lab (NTL) masters programs. For NTL he has led a number of graduate programs including Personal and Organizational Power, and the Graduate Students Professional Development Program. He was on the board of directors of the NTL Institute in Applied Behavioral Science, and chaired its Transformative Social Change Committee. He is the author of two books: The Infinite Organization and Power, The Infinite Game with Dr. Donald Klein.
Posts by Michael F. Broom, Ph.D.:
- Conscious Use of Self #3: The Three Keys to Self-Mastery
- Conscious Use of Self #2: The Ways We Waste Our Time and Energy
- Conscious Use of Self #1: The Foundation of Leadership
- Conflict and the Misuse of Differences
- Leadership = Some Place to Go and People Willing to Follow
- A Practical Definition of Organization Development: Revised
- Quick and Easy Consensus Decision-Making
- Making Interventions Sustainable
- Two Ways to Create Safe Teams and Organizations
- Six Ways to Cure the Dysfunctional Team Blues
- The Why, What, & How of Organization Development
- It Takes Dragons