Daniel Eckstein, PhD

Leadership, Organizational Design and Career Development

Dr. Daniel Eckstein is a leading consultant, coach, educator, mentor, author and speaker. He has had extensive consulting experience, providing consulting in organizational design and behavior, strategic planning, management and team building, cross cultural awareness and leadership. He has consulted extensively in both North America and the Pacific Rim Countries. In addition to Dr. Eckstein assists clients directly in some of the difficult transitions associated with Life as EntrepreneurshipTM.

Dr Eckstein is an associate professor in the Dept. of Educational Leadership and Counseling at Sam Houston State University. Dr. Eckstein is author over twelve books, including Leadership by Encouragement, Psychological Fingerprints, and Relationship renewal. His book, Raising Respectful Kids in a Rude World was a Behavioral Science Book club selection. He is a passionate teacher and mentor, with a long teaching career at the Doctoral level on topics such as business management, compensation, career development, consulting psychology, consultation skills and team building. He also played professional football with the Green Bay Packers, the Miami Dolphins and the Hamilton (Ontario) Tiger-Cats prior to becoming a consulting psychologist.

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“Stewart Borie is not only one of the nicest people I ever met, he is also probably the smartest. Talking to him about my business was an enlightening experience, no less. It felt like Stewart knew me and my business better than I did! When you talk to Stewart, he digs deep into your soul and tries to understand where you're coming from and what makes you tick, and if you are confused, or you feel like your brain is about to explode, he will help you do some of what I call "Mental Feng Shui", and remove all the clutter from your mind so that you can think clearly again. He can explain the most complicated and boring subjects in a simple and entertaining way so that even if you have a short attention span (like I do) you will still not only understand it but enjoy it. He is funny too and fun to be around. I can't recommend him highly enough.” June 27, 2008

Merav Knafo (client)