Organizational Adviser & Strategy Consultant.
Instructional Designer & Learning Innovator.
Writer & Author.
Steve is . . .
. . . someone committed helping people and organizations achieve their aspirations.
I've been giving back to my community and coaching organizational leaders for over two decades. I donate about 25% of my time to this inspiring work. The journey had been wonderful and deeply meaningful. It also allowed me to apply the expertise and experience I've developed in my business consulting practice to helping social sector organizations.
I hold a Ph.D. in Human Learning and Organizational Behavior.
I live in Arizona and travel worldwide.
Contact me at email@example.com or 480-567-5552.
Steve is also the author of Shakespeare's Conspirator, a novel about an Elizabethan woman, Amelia Bassano Lanier (1569-1645), who may have written many of Shakespeare's plays. Read about the intriguing premise, the clues, this fascinating early feminist, and supporting research at the novel's website, ShakespearesConspirator.com. The book is 5-Star Rated on Amazon and available in paperback and on Kindle.
One reader commented:
“I couldn’t put it down. Others have also speculated that Shakespeare didn’t write all his plays. Christopher Marlowe, Edward de Vere, and Francis Bacon are sometimes named. But who has ever heard of Amelia Bassano? Suspenseful is how I would describe this well-researched historical fiction that immerses readers in Elizabethan intrigue and leads you to question what you assumed was true. After reading it, I wanted to go back and revisit “The Merchant of Venice” and other works that Mr. Weitzenkorn attributes to this Jewish feminist who was forced to stay in the shadows…And you don’t need to like reading Shakespeare’s plays to love this novel. It pulls you in and is easy to read. I was sad when it ended…but glad it ended as it did.”
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Areas of Expertise
Organizational adviser and strategy consultant. For over fifteen years, I've worked with multinational corporations, local companies, educational institutions, and nonprofits to elevate their success and formulate strategies. I plan and facilitate board retreats and other meetings to achieve direction and commitment to courses of action. My approach is pragmatic and future-oriented.
Instructional designer and learning innovator. I have over twenty-five years of experience designing training programs for businesses and nonprofits. My experiential and discovery learning programs have received international recognition for innovation and effectiveness. I was the lead designer for the highly-engaging simulation supporting Stephen M.R. Covey’s bestseller, The Speed of Trust. Another training program won the Henkel Award for Global HR Excellence. I also received the William C. Byham Award for Innovation and Excellence in Training Technology.
My training programs have developed skills and knowledge for effective leadership and management, strategic selling, negotiating, performance management, customer service, strategy execution, and facilitation --including for Tsinghua University in Bejing.
Leadership Selection. I develop competency-based selection systems and tools including in-basket exercises and behavioral interviewing protocols.
Writer and author of nonfiction and fiction. I have, with a co-author, published Find-Fulfill-Flourish and am working on an epic historical novel. For more information about the Find-Fulfill-Flourish project, go to findfulfillflourish.com. Try some of the interactive exercises. I am currently working on an epic historical novel.