Over the last 25 years, Martin has been an executive, consultant, teacher, researcher, and writer whose specialty is consulting to corporations on human and organizational transformation. He helps individuals and groups reflect critically on the ways they think, communicate, relate to, and work together. This work is built on his belief that organizations will achieve extraordinary competitive advantage if they redesign these human processes.
Martin has been a consultant to organizations for his entire career. He has had his own practice since 1994. Earlier, he worked for 15 years with two national consulting firms.
In addition to organizational consulting, Martin is Associate Professor, PhD program in Organizational Leadership, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. He also serves as Adjunct Assistant Professor, MA program in Organizational Leadership, Rider University.
Ph.D., Human and Organizational Development, Fielding Graduate University; M.A., Human Development, Fielding Graduate University; and B.A., Philosophy, University of New Orleans
Mark H. Magerman, Ph.D., L.C.S.W.
Mark is an organizational consultant in private practice in Bucks County, PA. For over 25 years he has provided training, coaching, and consulting to help organizations achieve desired strategic results. He has held executive directorships for behavioral health care organizations. He is currently clinical faculty for the Gestalt Therapy Institute of Philadelphia, where he also directs the Gestalt Coaching program. Mark has provided services to a variety of organizations in both public and private sectors.
In 2002, Mark worked in Israel, Jerusalem and Netivot, with groups consisting of religious and secular Jews/Palestinians on creating a vision and mission for future peace in Israel.
Ph.D., Human and Organizational Behavior, International University for Graduate Studies; M.S.S., Clinical Social Work, Bryn Mawr College; M.Ed. in Education and Psychology, Antioch College; and B.A., Human Services, Antioch College.
Debra Brosan, M.A.O.D.
Debra is an organizational consultant and professional development coach. Debra consults on organizational effectiveness to Fortune 500 companies (including significant work in the pharmaceutical industry) and non-profit organizations. Prior to her current work, Debra spent 15 years managing her family business, Alfa Packing Corporation, including five years as president.
Some of Debra's coaching interests include communication skills, team building, and mediation skills. She is also well versed in visioning, strategy, and helping her clients express their needs and desires for success.
Debra graduated from Temple University with a Bachelor of Science in Education and continued taking graduate business courses. Debra earned her Master of Arts in Organizational Development from the Fielding Graduate University.
H. Scotti Smith
Scotti Smith and Martin Leahy have worked together since 1989 when they partnered to coach senior scientists at Bell Laboratories. The strategic alliance between Falcarragh Institute and Results Management Consulting allows us to offer the bes t from two boutique consulting firms.
Scotti Smith has been a leadership development consultant since 1985. She specializes in executive coaching, senior team building, strategic planning, custom-designed experiential learning programs, meeting design, and facilitation. Her work with senior executives across industries and functions has focused on increasing their self-awareness and strategic impact while also providing support to their respective leadership teams as they prepare to respond to the dynamic business demands and changing environments. Her clients include leading companies from diverse industries globally (e.g. Pfizer, Merrill Lynch, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Educational Testing Service, JP Morgan Chase, and Sun Microsystems) as well as US based not-for-profit organizations (e.g., Special Olympics and HomeFront).
What is to be done?
If you mean by this question, 'What is one to do?' -- there is no answer.One is not to do anything.One cannot help himself, with one there is nothing to begin, with one it is all over.He who contents himself with explaining or discussing or asking what one is to do talks and lives in a vacuum.
But he who poses the question with the earnestness of his soul on his lips and means, “What have I to do?" -- he is taken by the hand of comrades he does not know but whom he will soon become familiar with, and they answer (he listens to their wonderful reply and marvels only when this follows):'You shall not withhold yourself'.Martin Buber