Farnaz Namin (bio)
As a corporate psychologist and catalyst for professional development, I go beyond providing information. I help your audience grow.
|Contact:||Dr. Farnaz Namin|
|Mailing Address: ||7009 Dr. Phillips Blvd., Orlando, Florida, United States of America 32819|
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|We had the distinct pleasure of working with Farnaz Namin, Ph.D., Center for Work Life, for the past couple of years when she was the keynote speaker for two of our Central Florida Employment Council workshops. I was very impressed with Farnaz both as a presenter, motivator and professional. We are thrilled to say that her skill as a trainer kept our diverse group fully engaged. Here presentations are extremely powerful and practical! Whether you want to improve and expand your teamís skills or just stretch their comfort zone, the course Conflict Management was amazing. Although many of her ideas were new, everyone found it easy to understand these new and inspiring concepts about Management Models for Resolving Conflict in the Workplace. The feedback has been positive all around and we look forward to working with her once again in the near future.
CFEC Director, Central Florida Employment Council|
Center for Work Life
Fields of Interest:
Most Requested Topics/Programs:
- Career Planning
- Emotional Intelligence
- Leadership and Work Life Balance
- National Association of Women Business Owners: Special Program
- Orlando Hotel and Lodging
- Association of Legal Administrators
- Nasstrac National Yearly Conference
- Small Business Resources Network
- City Year Volunteers/ Trainer Luncheon
- Florida Career Professionals
- and American Council of the Teaching of Foreign Languages yearly conference.
|Speaker 's Fees:||$2500 or less|
|Length of presentation:||Varies. Often 60 minutes.|
|Target Audience:||Conference Organizers|
|Target Audience - Other:||business managers, executives, event planners|
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Farnaz Namin, Ph.D., is a doctor of corporate psychology, specializing in workforce development, leadership, career and performance effectiveness. She is the founder of Center for Work Life, a boutique, yet global human capital consulting firm. Throughout her career she has been the constant driver of key results, such as increased revenues and profitability through decreased employee turnover, effective selection methods, and sustained peak executive and athletic performance for her clients. She has more than 15 years of professional corporate experience in human capital consulting, leading top performing teams in the U.S. and abroad and has the greater goal to enhance the state of productivity through developing healthier organization, through various means such as the marriage of work-life balance, ethical work practices, diversity and the promotion of employee authenticity. She serves on various regulatory governing panels regarding work-force planning and is regularly sought as an expert speaker on media networks such as FOX, HLN, and many more. She is a contributor to scientifically valid publications for trade and professional magazines, such as the Huffington Post, Boston Herald, New York Post and delivers dynamic and groundbreaking workshops and seminars on areas such as leadership, employee and team effectiveness, succession planning and work-life balance.
Originally from Azerbaijan/Iran, she lives with her two boys Shayan and Farzan in Orlando, Florida. She enjoys swimming, writing, golf and participating in triathlons. She has experience working as well as living in diverse cultures from coast to coast within the U.S. in California and New York as well as countries such as United Kingdom, Turkey, Pakistan, etc.
Having worked with organizations such as Bank of America, Tupperware, Verizon, Rosen Hotels and many more as well as top performers in many fields, Dr. Farnaz Namin has become a leader in her field. She specializes in executive coaching, leadership development, executive succession planning, emotional intelligence training, career planning, staff development, and coaching for communication in the workplace.