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Doug C Watsabaugh

Total live articles: 7

Member since: Feb 29, 2012

Doug is a senior partner at WCW partners, and he understands how to meet your unique challenges!

Before starting his own business, Doug served as the Director of Operations for a national training institute, Manager of Organization Development for a major chemical company, and Doug was responsible for worldwide training and organization development for the world's third largest toy company.

He was also a partner in Performance & Human Development LLC, a California-based company that published high-involvement experiential activities, surveys and instruments, interactive training modules, papers and multimedia presentations.

Doug has co-authored two books with John E. Jones, Ph.D., and William L. Bearley, Ed.D.: The New Fieldbook for Trainers published by HRD Press and Lakewood Publishing, and The OUS Quality Item Pool, about organizational survey items that measure Baldrige criteria.

He is a member of the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD), the Minnesota Quality Council, and The National Organization Development Network.

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Change is uncomfortable. It's not what we're accustomed to experiencing. Typically, the process of change doesn't "feel" good.

Business > Change Management l 2 years ago

To do anything exceptional in life, we must work at it. Nothing worth achieving is void of aches and pains; instead, it's the opposite. The most rewarding experiences are often the hardest to endure.

Business > Management l 2 years ago

Most of the time, coaches are helping others embrace and manage change. But, where does a coach begin when they are considering whether or not they should accept an offer from a client? This article

Business > Change Management l 2 years ago

Coaching is an art - not an act. That's why it's critical to find your own coaching style. One of the best ways to do that is to be coached yourself - so that you get insight into how it's done, what

Business > Consulting l 2 years ago

Training and teaching adults on just about anything requires different approaches. Adults learn differently, and as a trainer, it's your responsibility to tailor your training appropriately. You can

Business > Sales Training l 2 years ago

Developing the design to your training technique, especially when it comes to an adult audience, can be anything but easy. John E. Jones, Ph.D., William L. Bearley, Ed.D., and Douglas C. Watsabaugh

Business > Sales Training l 2 years ago

One of the most important products of an effective team is a vision. This article reviews why a vision is important, what hinders a vision, and how to go about creating a successful vision.

Business > Team Building l 2 years ago

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