With over 20 years of experience, William Howatt Ph.D., Ed.D., Post Doc Behavioral Science, University of California, Los Angeles, Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior, is known internationally for his expertise in strategic HR, organizational learning design, leadership development and the treatment of addictive disorders. He has published numerous books and articles, such as: TalOp: Taking the Guesswork Out of Management, the Howatt HR Elements Series, the Wiley Series on Addictions, and The Addiction Counsellor’s Toolbox. For five years he authored Coach’s Corner, a monthly business column in The Chronicle Herald. Today he is a regular contributor to the Globe and Mail 9 to 5 Business Career Column, and authors Be a Better Leader, a monthly business column in the same paper. He is developing an applied leadership front-line program with University of New Brunswick that is based on his leadership work, and is assisting UNB in implementing its Executive Leadership program.
We all experience stresses and failures, but we respond to them differently. Those who are able to move ahead despite setbacks are not naturally more resilient—they’ve developed their mental fitness. But when was the last time you learned how to boost your capacity to push through different degrees of adversity?
How to retain and engage critical employees in this very competitive job market is the subject of many sleepless nights for business leaders. 14-Minute Mentor, a collaboration between Industrial Psychologist Dr. Bill Howatt & Business Consultant Tyler Hayden presents a solution to help you build a structured mentoring program to increase organizational retention, engagement, & knowledge transfer.