ABOUT J. IBEH AGBANYIM
J. Ibeh Agbanyim, a Harvard-trained leadership coaching strategist, Amazon bestselling author, public speaker, and founder and president of Focused Vision Consulting, LLC, has been a senior logistics associate at UPS for the past twenty years. He received Effective Nonverbal Communication training from Stanford, which he uses to train leaders on how to better understand themselves and their employees’ needs and concerns.
He is the author of multiple books including Amazon bestseller The Five Principles of Collaboration and a number-one Amazon bestseller Think. He also contributed a chapter to a number-one Amazon international bestseller, Journeys to Success volume 2, which was inspired by the principles of Napoleon Hill. He uses conversational approach in coaching leaders on how to collaborate in the workplace and personal relationships, highlighting on The Five Principles of Collaboration as a foundation for an effective collaboration. He has shared his work at Arizona State University Project Humanities, International Conference of Interdisciplinary Research Studies at the George Washington University, the University of Ghana College of Humanities School of Social Sciences International Conference, American Society for Quality, The Arizona Republic, collaborated with International Conference for Psychological Science in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and many others.
Ibeh is working with film director in turning his books into a Hollywood documentary to be released in the fall of 2018.
He earned a master’s in psychology with emphasis on industrial and organizational psychology; he is currently pursuing a PhD in the same subject. Ibeh is married with a daughter.
ABOUT FOCUSED VISION CONSULTING
Focused Vision Consulting understands how important human capital is to your business. Our business is to guide you find, motivate, retain, and engage employees.
Focused Vision Consulting was founded by J. Ibeh Agbanyim. He is currently a PhD candidate in industrial and organizational psychology at Grand Canyon University; Phoenix Arizona U.S.A. His Master’s degree is in industrial and organizational psychology.
Focused Vision Consulting was founded on the principles of focus and engagement. These two psychological constructs work in concert and are rooted in science and practice. Any effort to ignore one over the other creates an imbalance in our daily business practice. Mr. Agbanyim describes these principles at work in his book The Power of Engagement: How to Find Balance in Work and Life. Click here http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=agbanyim to read more about the book.
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