experience - With over three decades of combined experience in leadership at Fortune 500 companies, business school instruction at the graduate level, general management consulting, and private practice in applied psychology, Dynamic Transitions personnel possess the very skills required to help leaders successfully address complex business challenges.

personal attention - Dynamic Transitions personnel take pride on working with each client as a special individual with unique strengths and challenges. We see it as a privilege to form personal partnerships with clients to ensure their specific needs are addressed accurately and effectively.

satisfaction - We monitor each step of the process with our clients to ensure our work meets clients’ specific needs, adjusting to changing demands as they arise. Client satisfaction is a guiding principle of the business.
The team is led by Dr. RJ Graham who specializes in leadership development, executive coaching, teamwork, organizational communication, conflict management and strategy design. Her work experience includes over a decade in leadership positions for Fortune 100 companies, as well as extensive consulting experience. She has provided coaching, program design, facilitation, and keynote addresses for over 60 organizations, including international corporations, such as AT&T, L'Oreal, and Alstate Insurance; small businesses, family-owned and operated firms, and not-for-profit foundations, as well as government agencies at the federal, state and municipal levels. RJ also holds a faculty position at the University of Denver, where she has designed and delivered over a dozen separate courses in leadership, management, ethics, and psychology.
Academic credentials for Dr. Graham include a BA degree in Psychology from Dana College; Blair, Nebraska; MBA from the University of Denver; Denver, Colorado; and a PhD in Psychology from University of Denver; Denver, Colorado. She is a licensed psychologist (CO #1812) and a credentialed neuropsychologist. She has co-authored, articles and conference papers on teamwork and effective leadership behaviors. Her current research is in applying knowledge of the brain to enhance one’s leadership skills
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