He has over three decades of experience as a Consulting Psychologist and Executive Coach to many fortune 500 companies. He is a recognized expert in leadership development, organizational change, team development, selection and assessment, and, the coaching and development of professionals. He is also the director of a Masters in Management and Administrative Sciences, with a Concentration in Healthcare Management program that is offered in partnership with UT Southwestern Medical Center for their administrative and clinical faculty leaders.
- How a clinical psychologist became an executive coach
- As a clinical psychologist he was regarded as a coach
- Dr. Hicks’ book is a resource material for coaching practitioners
- How he built his theory and framework
- Dr. Hicks can use a solution-based approach to coaching
- A client agenda, a client’s goal so it is client-driven
- Does one have to be a psychologist to become a successful coach?
- The importance of having a map of your competencies
- Quotable quote: “Focusing on the future creates more useful energy than focusing on the past.”