All posts by Dennis Ghyst Ph.D.

Dennis Ghyst, Ph.D.  has over thirty years of corporate, independent, and academic experience. His strengths include extensive seminar facilitation and coaching experience in the areas of health, stress management, emotional/social competence assessment tool applications (EQ-i/360 certified), leadership development, career transition, organization development, and team building.  He has designed corporate training curricula and conducted numerous graduate and undergraduate university courses.  In addition, Dennis has facilitated a wide range of health and stress management-related seminars for BLI, an EAP training organization, CDC, and the USDA Graduate School.  In addition, he is Content VP for Original Web Design Team, a high-end Houston-based internet/social networking branding company. For the past 16 years he has provided management training and coaching OiPartners/CMR, and Lee Hecht Harrison, leading national career transition firms.  In addition, until its closing several years ago, he was an instructor for nine years at National-Louis University where he facilitated business and applied behavioral science courses in the HR graduate program and several undergraduate programs for public and private sector employees. - A sampling of Dennis' clients includes VHA, AT&T, BellSouth, ConocoPhillips, University of Scranton, Bush Agricultural, Boeing, Southwire, The American Red Cross, Concert Telecommunications, The United Way, United HealthCare, Southern Company, and Fortis Insurance.  

Regaining Forward Momentum – by Dennis Ghyst, Ph.D.

Our Challenging Times

In much of the Developed World, we’ve struggled with the worst economy since the Great Depression of the 1930s. In addition, we live in a culture that has grown increasingly pessimistic in the face of multiple global challenges that seem too complex for our species to navigate. Pessimism seems a lot smarter, certainly more hip, than optimism.

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