Management Training and Coaching
Mark Zalkin, MEd, MSW, is the principal trainer and coach of his own Denver-based management/leadership training and coaching organization. Since 1985, over 37,500 people in business, industry, government, and non-profit organizations have benefited from Mark's training and coaching services.
Mark has served as an adjunct professor at the University of Denver where he taught a graduate course on building high-performance teams. Since 1992, he has served as a visiting lecturer for The Civil Service College of Singapore's Institute of Public Administration and Management, as well as Singapore Airlines' Management Development Centre. Mark currently is an adjunct professor at Denver's Regis University where he teaches a leadership coaching course in their Master's in Non-Profit Management degree program. He has also taught courses for the University of Colorado at Denver, the University of Denver's Center for Management Development, and for Arapahoe Community College in suburban Denver. Mark is a frequent presenter for numerous local, state and federal government agencies. He presents workshops and lectures throughout the USA.
Mark holds BME and MEd degrees from Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. His second master's degree is a MSW degree in group dynamics from Yeshiva University's Wurzweiler School of Social Work, New York City.
Before the establishment of his own organization, Mark spent more than thirteen years as an executive and manager with organizations in Los Angeles, Omaha, and Denver. His actual hands-on experience, coupled with his education and training, has proven extremely helpful to clients and workshop participants. Mark's coaching services and training programs are characterized by his ability to stimulate and motivate clients and participants through his sense of humor, sensitivity, and infectious enthusiasm.