Goldman, Alan

Dr. Alan Goldman is a Professor of Management at the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. Goldman’s background includes executive coaching, management consulting, leadership training, and presentations for Fortune 500s and institutions in the U.S., Israel and Japan. He is the author of a variety of academic and professional articles on toxic leaders and dysfunctional organizations. He also served as “Trade Around the World” writer for the first Bush administration’s and Congress’s international publication Five Hundred.  He is also the author of Doing Business With the Japanese: A Guide to Successful Communication, Management and Diplomacy (SUNY, 1994), about his cross-cultural consulting in Tokyo.

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On his book Transforming Toxic Leaders
(Our Cover Feature of January 14, 2010)