Jack specializes in leading workshops on Interpersonal Communication skills and works with the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.
Jack holds a Bachelor’s degree from York College and a Master’s degree from Marywood University. He retired after 33 years in education, the last 17 of which he served as the Staff Development Specialist for the Warwick School District.
For a 10 year period he taught graduate education courses for Wilkes University and presented workshops on various educational topics for Performance Learning Systems, Inc.
As a Senior Consultant for Peirson-Sanders Associates, Jack specializes in leading workshops on interpersonal communication skills and also works with the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. A former baseball player and coach, he was inducted into the Athletic Halls of Fame at both of his alma maters – York College and Donegal High School. Jack resides in Maytown, Pennsylvania.
The focus of the training is on listening skills, giving feedback, expressing needs and ideas more clearly, non-verbal awareness, dealing with conflict and resistance, and developing a more positive work environment. The workshops are very interactive and “hands-on.” They allow time for introduction to, modeling of, and “practice with feedback” on the skills. Also, considerable time is devoted to actual scenarios from the workplace with suggestions on applying the skills to those situations.
Jack is an avid climber; having climbed many of the major peaks in the U.S. and Canada including the highest geographic point in 49 of the 50 states. Jack loves golf and baseball and travels frequently with his wife to support her and her champion Shetland Sheepdogs in national agility competitions.