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Cathy Bolger Cathy Bolger is San Diego-based trainer, coach and author who provides professional and personal development to a wide range of companies and individuals. Her most requested trainings include Presentation Skills, Meeting Management and Facilitation Skills, and Conflict Management Skills.

Her clients range from healthcare, manufacturing and government to one of the five largest accounting firms. Her practical approach to training coupled with her high-energy presentation style make Cathy a respected professional in the training and consulting industry.

After graduating Summa Cum Laude from Northern Illinois University, she completed her MS in Education, her CAS in Counseling, and a PhD in Health Psychology. Dr. Bolger has been published in a variety of business and professional journals and publications.

She has served as membership director of the American Society for Training and Development. She collaborated with Paul Jerome to write the book Recreating Teams During Transition, available at RichardChangAssociates.com. She is also a trained mediator, having received her training at the San Diego Mediation Center.

Cathy is an adjunct staff member, feedback coach and outdoor facilitator at the Center for Creative Leadership. In her role as feedback coach, she has honed her skills in a variety of 360-degree and multi-rater instruments, as well as a several other assessments.

She has competed in the Ironman Triathlon in Hawaii and currently competes in Country-Western dance contests. Indeed, Cathy's lifelong participation in sports has helped her develop a successful approach to guiding others toward their own highest potentials. She now resides in San Diego, California.

Cathy Bolger is also available for one-on-one coaching and outdoor team building facilitation. Read her articles on Building and Managing Geographically Dispersed Teams, Coaching and Teamwork, Conflict Resolution Strategies, Meeting and Facilitation Skills, Presentation Skills, Team Building, Working a Room, and Win/Win.

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