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Relly Nadler is a highly sought-after speaker and consultant on leadership, teambuilding, executive coaching, emotional intelligence and experiential learning. As a licensed psychologist and Master Executive Coach, Dr. Nadler has been working for more than 25 years with top executives and their teams to become “star performers.” Dr. Reldan Nadler is also the founder of his own leadership consulting and development firm. Educated as a clinical psychologist, Relly Nadler has become a world-class executive coach, leadership and team trainer.
Relly Nadler is the author of several best-selling leadership and team performance books, including, Leader’s Playbook and Leading with Emotional Intelligence: Hands-On Strategies for Building Confident and Collaborative Star Performers, in which Dr. Nadler provides a hands-on curriculum to develop emotional intelligence in leaders and their teams.
Dr. Nadler has coached CEOs, presidents and their staffs, and has developed and delivered innovative leadership programs for such organizations as Anheuser-Busch, BMW, EDS and MCI. He has also created and facilitated leadership and team trainings for DreamWorks Animation, Comerica Bank, America Honda and General Motors Defense. Relly Nadler is recognized around the world for his expertise in linking emotional intelligence and experiential learning to business objectives.
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Dr. Nadler received his B.A. from the University of Hartford and his M.A. in Psychology at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He received his Psy.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Northern Colorado. Dr. Relly Nadler is on the faculty of The College of Executive Coaching, a post-graduate institute that trains professionals in personal and executive coaching, and is certified in the use of Daniel Goleman’s and the Hay Group’s Emotional Competence Inventory (ECI).
Currently, Dr. Nadler’s work involves identifying applications for how teams and individuals can increase emotional intelligence to become “star performers.” His work has been featured in the Harvard Management Update.