DR. RICK BRANDON
Dr. Rick Brandon founded BRANDON PARTNERS, a global leadership development firm delivering insightful behavior change workshops in high-integrity ethical organizational politics and interpersonal skills for productivity improvement. Dr. Brandon has consulted, trained, and presented at hundreds of companies worldwide for 30 years. He authored the Wall Street Journal bestseller on ethical corporate power politics, Survival of the Savvy, which was called "the preeminent book on the competencies of organizational and political savvy" by Robert Eichinger, author of the Lominger Career Architect. Brandon is honored to serve as distinguished faculty for the Institute for Management Studies and in one year was IMS' most widely requested speaker, teaching in 18 cities. He earned his Ph.D. in Counseling and Management at the University of Arizona, his M.A. in School Psychology from St. Lawrence University, and his B.A. in Psychology from Case Western Reserve. He’s taught graduate and undergraduate courses for the University of Bridgeport, College of Saint Rose, and the University of Arizona.