Eileen Dowse Ph.D. is a recognized global business leader consultant and Organizational Psychologist specializing in organizational health and effectiveness through education, consulting, facilitation and executive coaching. She has extensive practical experience in the field of global communications, global leadership and cultural competency development. She works with individuals, teams and large-scale systems to facilitate strategic change. As President of Human Dynamics, she works with organizations providing; leadership development programs, development of systems for identifying and developing high potential leaders, helping to align executive teams, conducting HR audits business partner skills and executive coaching to develop growth strategies. Eileen fosters productive relationships for organizations and strengthens employee commitment to ensure greater levels of teamwork. As a recognized professional speaker, corporate educator, executive coach and award-winning author of “The Naked Manager, How to build open relationships at work”, her programs are thought-provoking, results-oriented, entertaining and inspirational. Her new book “The Agile Business Leader, The Four Roles of Successful Leaders” focuses on being responsive, adaptive and effective in an era filled with confusion, contradictions, and corruption. Eileen uses common-sense wisdom, contagious humor and innovative ideas to offer exceptional professionalism and customized services. Clients seek out Eileen because she has mastered the art of identifying the root of organizational issues and has implemented strategies that allow leaders, teams, and entire organizations to become more effective. Eileen is widely regarded as one of the thought-leaders in international facilitation as well as being a co-founder, and Chair of the International Institute for Facilitation. She is a member of the UN Peace Coalition to help develop leaders for promoting peace. She also works with The Initiative to Educate Afghan Women, to help Afghan women participate fully in the governance and development of their country.