Founder & Author of “Do Good to Sell Well” Dowden Associates
Craig Dowden (Ph.D.), a Certified Positive Psychology Coach, has a Doctorate in Psychology, with a concentration in Business. An engaging and inspiring coach, Craig partners with leaders and executives from diverse industries and sectors to work on their most important challenges. In his role as a trusted advisor, Craig integrates the latest findings in the science of leadership, team, and organizational excellence into his coaching and consulting work.
Craig is a dynamic speaker who connects with his audience through his passion and knowledge. Participants have described his presentations as inspiring, and highlight how energized they feel after his sessions, as they come away empowered with strategies they can implement immediately within their workplaces. Audience members also respect the scientific foundation of his ideas.
Craig has been asked to share his thought leadership in leading HR and business publications, including the Huffington Post (U.S.), the Financial Post, the Financial Times, as well as Psychology Today.
His work has also been featured in: • HR Professional • Canadian HR Reporter • Canadian Manager • Your Workplace • Canadian Government Executive • Institute of Professional Management national newsletter
His reputation as an emerging thought-leader has resulted in web, radio and television appearances. He has been featured as a guest expert on a local FM radio program and appeared on the W network as an expert on dealing with the emotional aspects of career transition.
In 2009, Craig was recognized as one of Ottawa’s Forty under 40 business leaders by the Ottawa Business Journal. Individuals under the age of 40 who “exemplify leadership, entrepreneurship and community building” are selected using three criteria: career accomplishments, professional expertise and community and charitable involvement.
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