Why Clients Don’t Take Our Advice – And What You Can Do About It
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Does psychology really matter in business and organizational performance? Certainly everyone “knows” what he or she needs to do to succeed. Yet, as we know, many very smart people just don’t do it. Why is that? It’s not about the lack of competent resources – experts abound with insightful and efficient approaches to remove obstacles and achieve success. Yet, tragically, those things are often ignored, handled poorly or, even worse, addressed too late – much to the frustration of their professional advisors and others who are adversely affected. Often, it comes down to common psychological barriers. Business Therapist Michel Zelnick will discuss many of the key psychological issues that interfere with effective behavior change and, most importantly, what can be done about it.
Michel Zelnick, CPAin, JD, MFT
Michel Zelnick is President of The Zelnick Group, which focuses on advising business owners, professional partners, and families on how to harness conflict, constructively engage with one another, and achieve alignment where negative emotions and psychology are impacting the ability to make sound economic decisions. His expertise in harnessing conflict and collaboration skill building spans twenty years of business leadership and ten years of psychological practice. Using his background as a CPA, attorney, business leader, and licensed clinical psychotherapist, Michel has been a principal and counsel to numerous public and private leadership teams and families.
Michel has a Masters in Business from McGill University, as well as a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy and a JD from the University of San Diego.