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Donald G. Zauderer, Ph.D.
6613 Paxton RoadNorth Bethesda, MD 20852
Phone: 301-984-0330 Fax: 301-984-2177
E-Mail: zauderer@comcast.net
Web: http://www.dzauderer.com


PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY

Senior educator, manager, consultant and coach with broad experience in leadership and organization development, utilizing methods that emphasize genuine dialogue, value-based learning, and shared inquiry facilitation. Provides executive workshops in areas such as strategic leadership, ethics, team building, conflict management, and organization diagnosis and change. Successfully manages executive development programs that strengthen the cognitive, emotional, and behavioral competence of emerging leaders. Published scholar in the areas of leadership, executive development, and ethics.


CAREER HISTORY
1983-Present
President, Zauderer & Associates Works with public, private, and non-profit organizations to create effective results in leadership development, ethics education, executive coaching, team building, organization diagnosis and change, and strategic planning. Clients include HHS University, the National Gallery of Art, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, Asbury Methodist Village, the National Cancer Institute, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and American University.
2001-2004
Senior Advisor & Director, Mastering the Art of Public Leadership, The Brookings Institution
Designed and implemented leadership programs and services for emerging public sector leaders.
1970-2002
Professor and Director, Leadership Programs, American University, School of Public Affairs Designed and implemented innovative programs in leadership, human resource management, management consulting, public financial management and the management of high technology for the MITRE Corporation. These value-based leadership programs resulted in ninety-eight percent of alumni indicating their academic program contributed to career mobility and leadership effectiveness. Seventy percent received a promotion soon after graduation.

EDUCATION
1966-1970
Ph.D., Indiana University, Public Management and Organization Behavior, Public Policy, Political Science, Economics
1964-1966
M.A., Kent State University, Political Science
1959-1963
B.S., The Ohio State University, Education, Government, English
POST GRADUATE EDUCATION
Institute for Global Ethics The Joseph and Edna Josephson Institute of Ethics Mediation Training Institute International Harvard University Graduate School of Education Covey Leadership Center University Associates The Cape Cod Institute NTL Institute for Applied Behavioral Science

HONORS
Former Member: DC Bar Ethics Committee
Feature Editor, The Public Manager (Culture of Bureaucracy)
Certified Professional in Managing Workplace Conflict
Former Member: Ethics Panel, Montgomery County Public Schools
Donald G. Zauderer Endowed Scholarship, American University
Leadership Montgomery, 2015-2016

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
"Community: Key to High Productivity." Public Manager, 2010
"Graduate School Education: Learning in a Culture of Relatedness." in Brian O'Neill, Community Psychotherapy and Life Focus, 2012.
"Leadership Lessons from World Class Coaches." The Public Manager, Fall, 2006
"The Art of Framing for Political Advantage." The Public Manager, Winter, 2006
"Leading With Character." The Public Manager, Spring 2005."Mastering the Art of Public Leadership." The Public Manager, 2003."Workplace Incivility and the Management of Human Capital." The Public Manager, 2002."The Benefit of Dialogue." The Public Manager, 2001."Winning with Integrity." The Public Manager, 1994."Integrity: An Essential Executive Quality." Business Forum, 1992.
“What Really Engages the Federal Workforce” The Public Manager, 2015 (With Ruth Zaplin)

MEMBERSHIPS
Institute for Global Ethics
Academy of Management

2005 -2015 Donald G. Zauderer
Donald G. Zauderer is Professor Emeritus of Public Administration at American University and former Senior Advisor at the Brookings Institution.