Dennis Cashman, Ph.D.
Dr. Dennis Cashman is the principal of Cashman Development,
Having twenty-five years of experience as a management and
development consultant, fifteen of those years was as an internal
consultant within Fortune 100 manufacturing and financial
corporations. His client base is quite varied and extensive, in
both profit and non-profit, large and small organizations.
He has considerable instructional design and development expertise
within a variety of interpersonal, as well as, team, leadership, and
organizational workshops and interventions. Some specific areas
of expertise include team implementation and development, shared team
meeting design and facilitation, team leadership development, strategic
planning, business process improvement, competency modeling, behavioral
event interviewing, assessments, leadership coaching, conflict
mediation and change management.
He teaches several leadership, human resource management, team
leadership, and change management courses within the Doctoral and MBA
well-known universities. He is a
facilitator and executive coach for the Center For Creative
Leadership Development Program. He has also led
management/supervisory skills workshops for Yale University. He
has led a number of Team
Leadership & Development, Customer Advocacy, and other Professional
Programs for many major corporations with great
success. In addition to several
professional workshop certifications, he is the designer for all of his
workshops and organizational interventions.
Having earned his Ph.D. in Organization
and Management at Capella University, Dennis complete his dissertation
research in The Emergence of Shared Leadership in Technical
Organizations. He also holds two Master of
Science degrees: one in Organization Development from The American
University/ National Training Laboratories in Applied Behavioral
Sciences in Washington, D.C.;
the other in Education from Central Connecticut State
also received his Bachelor of Science degree in Science from Central
Connecticut State University.