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Dr. Phyllis Mindell
Phyllis Mindell founded and has led Well-Read since 1979, overseeing its growth into an international supplier of the world's finest communications seminars and leadership development programs.
As an original thinker in her fields, she has written four books and dozens of articles, columns, and research papers on all aspects of leadership, language, and communications. Power Reading was selected one of the thirty best business books of the year and provides the foundation of all Well-Read's reading seminars. She also wrote and produced the Reading Business video seminar. Her new book, How To Say It for Executives is a already helping leaders. A Woman's Guide to the Language of Success, Communicating With Confidence and Power and How to Say It for Women, have sold over 100,000 copies and been translated into German, Chinese, and Arabic. In addition, Well-Read's series of women's seminars and speeches have enriched the lives of thousands all over the world. Phyllis's message, that women can lead and succeed without compromising their femininity, integrity, or moral compass, shines as a beacon for women at every professional level.
An engaging, inspiring, and provocative speaker, she has keynoted and addressed such audiences as the Simmons Leadership Conference, Grainger, Pepsico, Bryant College Women's Summit, Kodak's Northstar Network, Association of American Medical Colleges, Xerox International Women's Conference, Kodak Managers' Forum, State of Pennsylvania Leadership Development Institute, Society of Women Engineers, Chautauqua Institution, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, League of Women Voters, Georgetown and University of Michigan Medical Schools, Women's Financial Services Network, and New England Business Women's Association.
Well-Read and Dr. Mindell count among their clients Motorola, Texas Instruments, Paine Webber, Xerox, Eastman Kodak, Bausch & Lomb, Corning, Xerox European Research Centre (France), PricewaterhouseCoopers, FISONS (Canada), Alltel (England), Harvard Medical School, Centocor, The New England, Grand Circle Travel, National Association of Realtors, and over a hundred other companies and professional groups. Individual clients come from nearly every country and all over the United States.
She earned the doctorate from the University of Rochester, the MS from City College of New York, and the BA from Brooklyn College. She has also done postdoctoral study in neurolinguistics, literature, and writing. Dr. Mindell was recently appointed adjunct professor at Georgetown Medical School.
She lives with her husband Marvin in Rochester, NY and Washington, DC. Their children, Ossie Borosh, Pamela Getnick Mindell, Joe and David; and their granchildren, Arye, Samuel, and Lucia, light up their lives.
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