An excerpt from Feinberg’s book The New Psychology of for Managing People.
Short bio sketch as used in his article bylines.
Here a the written remarks for a roast of Dr. Feinberg about 2003.
Mortimer R. Feinberg, Ph.D. has combined a career as an academic with his role as a Consultant and advisor to many of the world’s most successful corporations and individuals. A pioneer in the field of industrial psychology, Dr. Feinberg has educated, enlightened and advised a stellar roster of global chief executive officers, heads of state, and leaders of thought for nearly six decades. He has successfully combined keen technical expertise with a unique sense of humanity, touching campuses and board rooms from Brooklyn to Dubai. As an academic, Dr. Feinberg is a Professor Emeritus of Baruch College of the City University of New York. There he served as the Director of Advanced Management Programs, Assistant Dean, Professor and former acting Chairman of the Psychology Department and Professor of Management. A tireless lecturer and keynote speaker, Dr. Feinberg has highlighted the agenda for organizations and institutions such as the Young Presidents Organizations, the Israel Management Center, and the Indo-American Society. He has served as a conference leader for public and private corporations such as GE, AlliedBarton, Rockefeller Group International, Chase Bank, Pritchard Industries, Crescent Petroleum, and Insitu. In all, his service as a lecturer and conference leader has taken him to over 30 countries around the world. Dr. Feinberg’s accomplishments have been broadly recognized, having received numerous honors and awards. He holds an Honorary Doctor of Aviation Business Administration from Emory-Riddle Aeronautical University. In addition, he is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and …
Feinberg’s checklist help’s you assess your growth.
Here’s an interesting video that shows a great solution for promoting health.
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A checklist of questions that a CEO should ask himself.
Paul Graham article prepared from Start-Ups 2006 Conference has some good suggestions.
Marshmellow test has other uses as explained by Garret Jones in the WSJ.