Gregory Neidert, PhD

Director of Training and Consulting, INFLUENCE AT WORK®
President, World of Work, Inc.
Adjunct Professor, Arizona State University

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Dr. Gregory Neidert is an organizational consultant, who is an expert in ameliorating organizational and social traps by using the principles of influence. He deals with management and employees in shaping a working culture that is maximally adaptable to ever changing internal & external  organizational environments.

¬†Dr. Neidert received his Ph.D. from Arizona State University , where he is a faculty member in the Department of Psychology. In his more than 25 years at ASU, he has received numerous honors and awards, among which are Outstanding Professor, Outstanding Faculty, Promoter of Excellence Award, Research Fellow at the Lincoln Center for Private & Public Sector Ethics, Who’s Who in Executives & Professionals, etc.

As President of World Work, Inc., he is the creator of the World of Work Inventory, a comprehensive psychometric assessment used throughout North America, Britain , Australia & New Zealand. Dr. Neidert also holds a Directorship with INFLUENCE AT WORK, an international consulting, strategic planning and training organization based on the Six Principles of Influence (per the research of Dr. Robert Cialdini).

¬†Dr. Neidert’s vast listing of clients range from Fortune 100 companies to medium and small size businesses. Motorola, Honeywell, Intel, Merrill Lynch, Zales Corporation, Limited Credit Services, Wisconsin Public Service, Allied Signal, W.W. Grainger, Baxter Healthcare Corporation, Arizona Public Service, etc. are only a few of his corporate clients.

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‚ÄúThis program will help executives make better decisions and use their influence wisely‚Ķ Robert Cialdini has had a greater impact on my thinking on this topic than any other scientist‚Ķ The best popular book that demonstrates six or eight ways in which the quirks of your own mind will frequently prove dysfunctional to your best interests is Cialdini‚Äôs Influence.‚ÄĚ
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