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Kurt Jensen, Psy.D. is a licensed, consulting psychologist and the founder, President, and CEO of WorkSmart Consultants, LLC.  Since receiving his Doctorate from Wright State University in 1988, he has assessed thousands of employees, supervisors, and executives, from small start-up companies to large, global corporations. He has worked closely with mid-to-senior-level executives, providing leadership coaching, employee selection programs, and team-building services, among others.

Dr. Jensen has spoken before and trained thousands of professionals on business- and psychology-related topics including executive development, change management, performance improvement, and crisis response.  He has been published in scientific journals and texts, been interviewed numerous times on radio and television programs, and been quoted extensively in newspapers, magazines, and other media.

Dr. Jensen's accomplishments have been recognized by his peers. He is:

  • Past-President of the Cleveland Psychological Association (2004)
  • A past Member of the Board of Directors for the Ohio Psychological Association (OPA) (1991-95; 2000-2008)
  • Chair of Mental Health Services for the Cleveland Chapter of the American Red Cross (ARC) (2002-present)
  • Recipient of the Ohio ARC's Volunteer of the Year Award (2002); OPA's Award of Excellence (2003) and Special Project Award (1991); and the Outstanding Alumnus Award from Wright State University's School of Professional Psychology (2006)

In addition, Dr. Jensen is a member of:

  • The American, Ohio, and Cleveland Psychological Associations
  • The American Psychological Association (APA) Division of Consulting Psychology
  • APA's Division of Public Service
  • The Society for Human Resource Management
  • The International Critical Incident Stress Foundation
  • International Association of Chiefs of Police
June 9, 2016

Many of us have worked with a bad boss in our lifetime. Remember the micro-manager, the yeller,  the softy, the one who’s never there, and/or the boss who takes all the credit for your work? We've all experienced trials and tribulations working under these leadership styles. "It’s frustrating," we say to ourselves, "but that's life." What if, though, we could somehow magically transform supervisors of this sort into competent, inspiring leaders?

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